If you are new to the blogging extravaganza then you would probably be tumbling at one question "How to write engaging blog posts?" quite often. Most of the prominent bloggers have figured out this hack & that's why they are known for their blog posts. Gone are the days where in the blog posts were written on the basis of our niche. It doesn't mean that we shouldn't be writing blog posts on the basis of our niche but exploring new topics which are out of our comfort zone is the latest trend.
Here are some of the tips on how to come up with engaging blog posts:
- Give what readers want to read
If you follow or will be following a blogging routine then make sure to also include posts which are out of your niche. For example, if you will be publishing 6 posts a month then include 2 posts which are not from your niche. But why? If you start publishing posts about the topics which people want to consume, it will lead to good amount of traffic & it will also get good amount of reach. To get the sense about what your network/readers want to read, make sure you keep an eye on what they post, their likes & dislikes. Google Trends is also another way to keep a tab on whats trending around.
- Bring visual appeal to your posts
Images speak louder than words. We all know this but we ignore to implement it many times. So, don't ignore. Make sure you include suitable images related to your blog post wherever possible. Images makes the posts look attractive.
- Avoid writing long paragraphs
You aren't writing an essay or a dossier which requires heavy amount of clarifications to make it very boring for the readers. So write to the specifics, to the point & use short paragraphs which will ultimately make your post easily absorbent.
- Don't be heavy on vocabulary
Compose your post in a way that would be easy for readers to understand & absorb which might eventually make your content shareable.
I know these tips might look simple but these are easily adaptable. Try to implement these tips in your blogging routine & you will see a positive change in your Google Analytics reports.