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Tips To Writing Engaging Blog Posts - PART 2

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Posted 9th July 2015 at 01:34 PM by HanifQ

3. Make Every Sentence Matter- You should do your best to make sure every single sentence counts, as well as phrases and words. The truth is that many people scan articles and blog posts, and if they don't read stuff that really matters or counts, then they might not come back to the website they read the info on. In other words, if you make every word, phrase and sentence count, then you will increase your chances of engaging your readers, as well as keep them coming back to read your content and you could end up increasing your readership as time goes on.


4. Sound Simple And Sensible- Another good tip that can help you write engaging blog posts is by making your writing sound simple and sensible. You don't need to use extremely rare words to make a good impact on your readers. Many people like reading simple content, but most of the time they want that simple content to be sensible, so keep this in mind when you create a blog post. The more sensible you sound and the more simple the information is, the better your blog posts could end up performing.


5. Don't Be Afraid To Use Analogies- Believe it or not, but there are many people who love analogies, so if you are not used to including analogies in your posts, then now is the time to start getting used to it. This tip may take quite a bit of practice, but once you get the hang of it, you will be using them often and finding more cleverer ways to use them throughout your blog posts. When this happens, then your level of engagement from your readers could end up going through the roof.


6. References To Pop Culture Could Go A Long Way- Not only do people love analogies, but they love pop culture, and even the ones that aren't fond of it often have an opinion about it, which means if you reference pop culture throughout some of your blog posts, then engagement could improve. Also, don't just use any old pop references, as you want to cater to your readers. For example, if you have a blog that is mainly aimed at fans of music, then you can make pop culture references that relate to the music industry.


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