Start with a catchy title that includes your main keyword and summarizes the main point of your article. For example, you could use something like “The Tragic End of El Halcon de la Sierra: How a Grupero Singer Was Killed by the Cartels He Sang About”.
Use headings to organize your article into sections and sub-sections. Use h2 for the main sections and h3 for the sub-sections. For example, you could have sections like “Who Was El Halcon de la Sierra?”, “How Did He Die?”, “Why Was He Targeted?”, and “What Was His Legacy?”.
Use facts and evidence to support your claims and arguments. Cite your sources by using the phrase “according to sitename” and provide the URL of the source in parentheses. For example, you could write something like “According to CBS News, Fabian Ortega Pinon, 28, better known as the “Falcon of the Sierra” died at the hands of the people he sang about – Mexico’s increasingly vicious drug traffickers. (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/el-halcon-de-la-sierra-death-of-a-cartel-singer/)”.
Use quotes from experts, witnesses, or other relevant people to add credibility and interest to your article. Use quotation marks and attribute the quotes to the speakers. For example, you could write something like “The songwriting is “not always an outright celebration of the cartel bosses,” says Elijah Wald, a music journalist and author of Narcocorrido: A Journey Into the Music of Drugs, Guns, and Guerrillas.”
Use transitions and connectors to link your sentences and paragraphs and create a logical flow. For example, you could use words like “however”, “therefore”, “in addition”, “on the other hand”, etc. to show contrast, cause and effect, addition, or alternative perspectives.
End your article with a conclusion that summarizes your main points and provides some insights or implications for the reader. For example, you could write something like “El Halcon de la Sierra was one of the many grupero singers who paid the ultimate price for their involvement with the drug cartels. His death shows the dangers and complexities of the narcocorrido genre, which reflects the reality and culture of a country plagued by violence and corruption.”