Writing well is difficult, isn’t it?
I’m sure you have realised how easy it is to make grammar mistakes and sentence construction while putting sentences together to communicate your thoughts.
If you know how to correct there’s and theirs, then and than, and you’re and your. You shouldn’t be too bad.
I have been writing blog posts for almost five years and here is what I’ve learned:
-Develop right writing habit of writing and be passionate with it
-Never rush to publish an article without double checking correct facts, spelling and grammar mistakes.
-Start writing with a plan and goal in mind.
-Choose a topic of your reader’s interest or that they wants to read.
-Always get the right people to communicate or interview.
-Find out first who are your audiences and what they like to read about.
-Know the right tags to use on your post.
-Support content with research or experts quote, you have a right to borrow authority.
-Use inviting headlines and sub-titles on your article.
-Write a smooth article so readers glide from sentence to sentence, and from paragraph to paragraph to avoid getting them lost in the way.
-Mostly importantly, make your content memorable by including rich taste that breathe life into your arguments or story.
I did a bit of research on how you can improve your way of writing. Here are few steps how,
- Learn how to write good sentences, a sparkling sentence is the basic ingredient of good writing.
- Become more conversational than telling a long story, including few questions in your article.
- Study how to choose words; and learn how to avoid bland phrases that make your writing tasteless and boring. Readers loose interest quickly.
- Try experiment with your voice by reading it out loud to yourself.
- Play with short stories to engage your readers.
Wishing best of luck with blogging life, it’s so much fun you should try it…
By: Fortunate Machaba