Advice on writing and blogging
Thousands of people are creating their first blog each and every day. The most popular blogs are only getting bigger and more popular in your niche market. If you’ve never blogged before, then I’m sure you’re asking yourself at least one, if not all of these questions:
- Should you blog?
- How do you say it?
- Are you able to command an audience?
- How will you get anyone’s attention?
- Heck, do you know who your audience is?
When it comes to blogging and pulling in a captive audience, it really all boils down to two things:
Writing about things you actually care about and have a passion for. If you don’t care, you won’t engage your audience when they come knocking. Visitors will bounce in, quickly decide your content sucks, and bounce right back out to the search page that brought them to your blog in the first place.
Write consistently and deliberately. If you’re just blabbering and erratically, your audience will feel overloaded with pointless information and will forget about you in between the time you hit that publish button.
Making your blog fancy and pretty is a distance, way distance second to writing goo solid content that is going to be useful to the reader.
Blogging Tips is all about making you a better blogger. The tips here will improve your writing, give you purpose behind your blogging, and more importantly, help you speak to your audience.
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