As a writer, it is hard to keep an online audience satisfied with content.
One of my worst days of blogging is that I have no more interactions with the reader.
Unfortanley many subscribers don’t follow, read, liked, or shares my blog post.
What I did is, to learn to go through the hardship of blogging.
I learned 2 prime things of blogging.
- Uplifting thinking.
- Straightforward writing.
1) Uplifting thinking.
To write uplifting, you have to be positive in mind because that is the way you get ideas.
Think of ways to gain in various parts of writing.
- What works must be proven and what does not work then ignore it.
Any blogger wants something new but doesn’t like to waste time, therefore, I learned and discovered to write a simple and easy to use text.
The next step was to write clear error-free messages. So I created some milestones that I wanted to achieve and stick with it.
Mine milestones are:
- Postive mind.
- Stay open to new things.
- Prepare for new things.
- Develop good writings.
- Take it day by day.
- Know a bit of SEO.
That helped me to gain knowledge, wisdom, and insight.
2) Straightforward writing.
This is writing is clear from the beginning to the end without any big and fancy words.
The key is to explain the point efficiently. This can help the reader to read and follow your messages.
You have to be mindful all the time of the reader at the other end. Prepare your writing to be scanned, therefore, it is vital to have an open and transparent writing style.
Straightforward writing takes:
- Headings and mini titles.
- Text that gives rest and peace.
- Scannable text.
Almost any writer faces the challenge of losing their audience. That is a standard blog hardship that each blogger must overcome.
After that, you will become a better blogger.
Use my 2 tips to begin developing the mindset and writing to help others with it.
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