by wuzov
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Hey Id like to ask which style of writing is better for blogging? BTW I am targeting internet marketing beginners and make money online niche.


Is it better to write for example:


1. WE can chose between different marketplaces
or
2. YOU can chose between different marketplaces


OR


1. now WE have to pick a domain name
or
2. now YOU have to pick a domain name


Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Digvijay Singh
    Choose what ever topic you want but try to write always more than 1000 words and try to keep the quality of the article top notch.
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by Digvijay Singh View Post

      Choose what ever topic you want but try to write always more than 1000 words and try to keep the quality of the article top notch.
      How does that answer the OP's question?
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by wuzov View Post

    Hey Id like to ask which style of writing is better for blogging? BTW I am targeting internet marketing beginners and make money online niche.
    Whether you write YOU or WE doesn't matter. In the market you've chosen, unless you have a huge promotional budget or some way of differentiating yourself, nobody's going to be reading your blog posts anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Whichever you choose, keep it consistent. Don't alternate between you and we unless there is a reason to. For instance, you might write on a company blog, "whenever we choose a domain name for a website, we like to have a brainstorming session. If you are not part of a company, you should consider doing the same thing with your family and friends."

    Most of the time, though, I recommend using "you" instead of "we" if the piece is telling someone how to do something.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    How about:

    1: I

    2: You

    Using first person (I) adds your genuine stories to the mix. This helps readers to bond with you.

    Using second person (you) directly speaks to your readers. This helps you bond with readers.

    Mixing both helped me grow a loyal following who loves my stories and who also feels like I am blogging for them and for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by wuzov View Post

    Hey Id like to ask which style of writing is better for blogging? BTW I am targeting internet marketing beginners and make money online niche.


    Is it better to write for example:


    1. WE can chose between different marketplaces
    or
    2. YOU can chose between different marketplaces


    OR


    1. now WE have to pick a domain name
    or
    2. now YOU have to pick a domain name


    Thanks
    I really don't know if there is a better, just write how you feel comfortable.
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