Monday, June 01, 2015
These techniques will surely help you to improve your writing skills from 0 to 5 (out of 10) within one month. But make sure that you won’t put your training off until one-month completion. Otherwise, it will not work correctly (it's not a machine but yes, it's a mental process).
Here, I have pointed 5 points that can and will help you to improve your writing skills.
#1- Read Other Blogs By Pro BloggersYou might have read this heading many times before. Right? If yes, then trust me, this works.
You can read other pro bloggers blogs to develop your writing skills. But remember! You don’t have to read them in a manner of LKG student. You have to read it with the highest concentration to keep the new words in your mind. And use them in your blog’s next post.
#2- Try to Give Number of ExamplesDo you know? Examples attract the eyes and concentration of the visitors toward your post. Have you ever seen a 9th or 10th teacher? They always try to give some examples of their words. So that they could attract their students' attention towards them.
#3- Try to Write Funny But Interesting tooYeah. Try to write funny. I am not saying that include some jokes from the newspaper or from a jokes website between posts but include words that bring a small smile to reader’s face. You can write this type of funny posts by writing some of your funny experiences between your compelling content by which a reader attracts.
#4- Include Meaningful Pictures Between PostsHave you ever viewed and read a blog post by a professional blogger? You can take us as an example. Did you have noticed that we always include at least one featured image at the top of our every post? It's because pictures have more capacity to attract visitors eyes than text. And always try to include images that relate to your content. Don’t add any non-meaningful image between your post that make your readers’ mood off or take away their attention towards your post.
#5- Try to Write About Yourself Between SentencesYeah! Again, Did you ever read any blog post by pro blogger? They always include at least one thing from their life between words in sentences. Like they like this or not (personally).
So, try to include some things about yourself between words in sentences while writing a post.
Quick Tip: You can use Grammarly too. One of my fellow has written a detailed blog post about Grammarly, read it here: Grammarly Review. :)