basics of writing a blog| how to write a blog!
When it comes to the blog and blogging its widespread in the initial ground was for personal use like writing a journal, but from the past few years it has developed from the personal space to a professional expansion, and now it’s in the lead for all the business types. Reading or writing blogs, both have a list of typical reasons to be a reader, a writer, or both. Blogging can be proven beneficial to many people. So, here is a straightforward way to write a blog of yours!
Nothing like an ‘exact title’ exists, but try finding a suitable and attractive title for your write-up. The title is the first impact that will attract a reader, and it clicks them whether to read it or not.
It won’t matter how good your content is or the kind of writer you are until you write a good headline, no one will be interested to read your post.
It doesn’t matter what kind of blog it is, whether it’s into business, fitness, gossip or anything, pick up some creativity and flaunt it on the ‘headline’, and give it a catchy look! Grab some magazines for inspiration, stick to basics, and create variations. It works most of the time and they haven’t gone old yet.
Try talking and hooking with people about the content you are writing. Talk and describe what will be covered in the post. It should be a quick overview and not a lengthy paragraph on the topic, and it would help to get them more into your blog post.
Use sub-headings to browse your content, or else people will lose interest, and if you can’t browse you can’t progress in your writing skills. Keep your paragraphs 5 to 6 line maximum.
Link out other people and other sites. It makes your sources open at large just by citing others. It creates more credibility for you and as an add on, it gives to look for more as an expert than a beginner after you become a regular writer.
Also, backlinks compliment other people too, especially if it’s positive!
You should wrap up with a summary of the post (what your post was about) and try ending your conclusion with a question. By ending with a question more people are expected to leave a comment. Leaving a comment is a sign of engagement which means you have likely attracted the people!
The thing with the conclusion is that a lot of people use the ‘scroll’ feature and directly jump on the conclusion, and then they go back to read the rest of the post if they like the conclusion. Make sure you label it ‘conclusion’ and it’s worth reading just like your foremost content. Always, keep it simple and little.
Reading in general and writing in specific, whether it’s a blog or anything you write must be in a form that attracts people towards your writing style and on the purpose of writing!
Hopefully, this short exemplar gets you to write a blog soon!