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Tips That Can Help You Write Engaging Blog Posts - PART 1

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Posted 9th July 2015 at 12:39 AM by HanifQ

Do you want to capture your readers' attention and get them to engage with your blog? If so, then you need to write good blog posts, and if you don't really know how to write engaging posts, then you are in luck because we are going to discuss what you can do to write engaging blog posts. With that said, continue to read on and learn what you can do to write engaging blog posts.

1. The First Sentence Needs To Have An Impact- One of the best ways to get the attention of readers is to make sure the very first sentence is attention grabbing. In other words, it needs to hook your readers and compel them to read more, so it is important to think really hard about what you want the first sentence to say. If the first sentence of your blog post is good enough, then your readers will be curious and will want to read on.

As for what type of sentence you should have, that is completely up to you, but you might want to start off with a question or even some sort of statistics that relate to the topic you are writing about. Starting your post off with a quote is also something you might want to consider.

2. Keep Sentences Short- Another good way to write engaging blog posts is keep sentences short, sweet and to the point. Many people don't really like reading long sentences that run on and on and on. If you're not used to writing out short sentences, then this might be a challenge, but you should try your best to keep sentences short. If you do this often, then it should become easier to do, and your readership could end up growing too, so give this tip a try to find out if it will work for you.

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