Content mastery tips for quality blog posts does not mean ‘to become perfect’ in writing wonderful posts. You don’t even need to be an expert in your niche.
You only need to know “how to write what you want to write”. With mastery, you need not absolute knowledge, but always shooting for perfection.Afonne Onlinebiz Hub
We live in a content-driven era. This means that content creators, bloggers, and blogs, all have come to stay. Because now, more than ever, content craftiness (as a skill), is on its stride.
So read-on to confirm that your posts – and all other articles or content – are sound, well-styled, engaging, and informative enough to convince readers.
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Content Mastery Tips for Quality Blog Posts (SEO)
An Irresistible Content Starts From a Charming Title
Take a look back at those WOWING! headlines you have ever seen. Every one of them shares a few great features.
And it was these ingredients that actually lured you into wanting to read more.
Firstly they grab your attention, later draw you in with a tempting promise, then . . . they strike so hard.
Charming titles are especially wonderful. Wonderful in that the same headline that seemed out of this world to your regular readers; that same copy is not lagging the long-tail keywords to rank for.
Use Simple Words and Short Sentences
The words we use in writing are just a medium to deliver our message. So you will want the words as well as the emerging sentences to be as short and precise as possible.
Help readers get the intended message right off the bat. Getting rid of overload of words helps readers interact seamlessly with the copy and in turn ensures you (the writer) focuses on the information – to be delivered – rather than the means – of its communication.
PS: I recently discovered that those who can explain complex issues as if they were simpler, see it as a skill worthy of standalone.
Employ Shorter Paragraphs
Unless you are really into the reading habits, nobody really wants to take the time to read a block of an unending article.
The choppy writing style of blog posts allows for informative paragraphs. Paragraphs as long as four lines are just okay.
The aim is to keep the sentences short, paragraphs shorter and the flow undeterred.
Write in Active Voice Sequence
Being the internet generation, you can’t afford to have a single loose sentence in your content.
Writing for the web wants more active than passive. Simply because her audience (www) appreciates it more.
Forget about the: she was hit hard, they want to hear: I hit her hard.
We want to hear more of action.
Make Every Word Count
Use words sparingly, as if you were planting a garden one seed at a time—not throwing out handfuls of seed willy-nilly, hoping a few kernels might land in the right spot and take hold. Get the full value out of every word you write. Recognize the power of a single, well-chosen word. Trust it to do its work. As a rule, the more economically you use language, the more powerfully you will deliver your message.Jane Friedman
Making every word count is key to great writing.
How much you can make every word and sentence and paragraphs count, the same shows your level of mastery of a language.
Proofread and Edit
There will always be a fault of some kind in what you have written, no matter your mastery.
If not grammar, spellings or punctuation, it is probably style or fluffy related.
You will likely discover one or more of the above errors in my writings too (maybe because ‘English’ is not my first language).
But the point is that proofreading will help get rid of more obvious flaws, thereby enhancing your content.
If you are always seeking to become a better writer, even your best content could become better!