Why write endings?
If you’ve successfully hooked the reader and kept them reading all through your post, you’ve done a great job, but you can’t stop just yet.
The end of your post has an essential role to play because it’s your opportunity for grabbing your reader’s attention.
Unfortunately, many bloggers still make the most common mistake, that is stopping their posts too abruptly.
This can confuse the reader or make them feel as though the post never really finished.
And even worse, if you miss off the ending, or have a weak one, your readers are likely to wander off to a different site – instead of sticking around, signing up for your newsletter, leaving a comment, like, follow or even going ahead and buying from you straight away.
The good news is that this mistake can easily be fixed.
There are several ways to end in style let’s go over the popular ones.
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Which endings to use
The main goal is to interest the reader to stay or motivate to take action and have a clear idea about your content, also you want to separate and stand out from the rest.
1. Writing ending sentences
When finishing your article you want to leave a short summary or a clear overview. Because some readers do not read your full article and want clarity immediately.
The advantage is that it is easier to read because the reader immediately knows what it is about.
Writing the finale piece: One Last Thing, Bottom Line, Final Conclusion, Recap, Summery or Wrap Up.
2. Motivated Call To Action Buttons
You use this link technique button to make the reader curious and it brings a stylistic look.
Also this technique is used to direct the reader to other writings that match and to motivate to stay longer.
CTA can enhance the overall CTR of your website or blog.
3. Related Links
This is the basis of linking that you must already know. This allows you to attract attention and easily link to relevant pages.
Link color is royal blue the hex code is #002366: Go to my welcome page for more information. Check mine. → Click here.
4. Related Content (Interlinks)
Refer to related post the reader has missed and courage them to read them also.
End content phrase: such as 👉 you might also want to read 👈.
5. Motivate or Respond to Messages
Use this to motivate the reader to do more actions and to make them curious.
End messages phrase: If you find this post useful like it, share it, follow me. (your social media page).
When ending your blog post you have to take in mind, that you want to end every blog post in a good way.
The importance of having a good ending in style is that it transfer your message easier to your readers.
That can have a positive effect on your search traffic and in the long run, you can have more readers that will share, like or follow your blog post.
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