What a great forum for writers! Blogging is for everyone. I guess it is the technological version of journaling. Blogs are an effective way of getting your point across to a large number of people, all at a time. A lot of people are turning into avid bloggers to beat the stress, resulting out of their usually mechanical lives. Blogs are a nice way, of giving vent to your thoughts and ideas. It is also a very good platform, for advertising your product or services.
It has often been seen, that the writers and authors of these blogs, are very eager to start writing, but as time goes by, they start to loose interest. A good blog should be interactive. The readers, should interact with the author, and give their opinions about what your content. This interaction, and communication, will make your job very interesting. In order to achieve this result, your writing should be attractive enough to attract traffic. Here are a few tips which can help become an efficient blogger.
Content is the most important element of any blog. The better your content, the more readers you get. It is important, that you write authentic contents. A simple content with flow and clarity is the key to success.
Blogging does not mean that, you remain confined to your own site and web-page. It is all about sharing the links and traffic, freely with other sites as well. This will benefit your blog in a very healthy way. The more you share, the more you will grow.
Consistency is very important for a blogger. You should not be irregular as far as posting contents are concerned. In order for the search engines to notice you, it is very important that you be consistent.
Always take interest in your blog. Writing or doing something half-heartedly will never bear the same product, as compared to something done wholeheartedly.
It is important that you use keywords in your blog–this will enable the search engines to index (find) you.
Using pictures and videos in your content is a very good idea. It adds color and dynamism to the otherwise stereotypical monotony of texts.
These points will enable you to transform from a wannabe blogger to a successful blogger, in a short span of time. ‘
Miss McCulla is a retired English teacher of 33 years. She has Mastery of the grammar and mechanics of English, and has taught expository writing, fictional writing, and rhetorical skills to hundreds of students and aspiring writers throughout her career. She has written/edited/self-published five books and currently writes for and edits a writing blog called The Underground Tutor where she gathers essays, articles, entries, papers, manuals, profiles, criticisms, and analyses of literature, just like those asked of students and writers in the university and publishing houses.
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