What’s In, Long blog posts or Short blog posts?

October 12, 2009 by  
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If you are going to ask me this question, I will say it had be both as the publicity of your blog or your written words gets determined by the matter you write and not the length of the posts. Remember, those essays in high school, where we really struggled to meet those 300 words instructions to be written and how we nearly bought along different ideas in the essay just to make it look longer. But the blog scenario is completely different, if you have straight point then you can finish your blog in as much half words then the actual original article. The end point here is to interest your readers, no matter the words or paragraphs or bullets you be using – your posts must be up to date and with the matter inside that sounds really interesting.

Gone are the days, when people nearly didn’t had any option, so they used to go through whatever blogs given to them but today with the help of professional content writers, you can produce a perfect blog up to the mark without going helter-skelter. As much as you make your blog interesting and attractive to your users, they are not going to oppose the amount of words and paragraphs you have given. Have you wondered sometimes, even if you are not an avid reader how did you go on and on reading that whole article in a newspaper, magazines or a fiction edition, the reason being that it interested you and created anxiety in you to go ahead and have detailed knowledge of the same. Getting bored is not the reason here to be given if you cannot read the whole passage; it simply means it is not worth reading. Nothing or no one gets you bored if you are really keen on reading ahead or doing something, isn’t it?

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There are a couple of writers whom I know personally, I wouldn’t want to offend them but yeah they definitely doesn’t know when to shut up their big mouth, they just go on and on and on till the extent that users finally get disinterested in reading ahead, especially given the size of material and some smarter ones will directly browse through the last few pages or paragraphs to know the climax, now this is not the thing you want your users to do with your blog, do you? I know seriously the answer may be no, so how can we really make your blog interesting, no matter given its size or the number of words. Many popular blogging networks have professional team of content writers and sometimes the content does elongate to whole 2 or more pages but still they manage to get good number of diggs and tweets after all blogging is all about money.

Making sense to your written words really makes your blog go rocking, its just not any other essay you are told to

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write in a school and for god’s sake if you are posting it in some very popular blog, its going to be read by millions of users worldwide. If you keep examining the number of words you write, the length of your blog, its just not really going to help you, you have get your point in front of your audience and if you have razor sharp tongue then you can cut the cake in just first 2 or 3 paragraphs. But not all content writers are gifted with such quality nor do there are so much experienced to posses those skills so the best you can do is try to truncate as much unwanted waste in your blog as possible and bring forward the stuff you really want to portray to your audience.

A blogger may be trying to put forward one idea but he may have to use so many examples, a scenario, a dialogue to let the audiences know as to what exactly he is trying to say, so much of the space gets consumed in that, so use your brains and get forward the best with actual stuff although going hay wire here and there in your text is necessary sometimes, don’t forget to come back to the same text you were actually discussing. We well know, that blog doesn’t grow in one day’s time, it needs years to flourish and get the top position in market and that happens only if you are clearly and strongly dedicated to your blog, so get your points clear now and blog to get the best returns!

Earn Money By Writing Review Blog Posts

September 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Writing skills

Blogging is all about business that involves money; everyone’s individual goal meets somewhere or the other at similar lines that is earning money. With blogging being a latest craze amongst individuals every body is learning about its concepts, the way of writing blogs, how to get ads, back links, key words, etc. even if some might know about all this, there is still something to it, without which your blog cannot run! You need that innate power to attract audience by writing convincing creative articles. There are so many websites writing about the ways that will lead them easy money, some are company ads site where you need to fill up the questionnaire, general questions relating to products, some websites require content writers for the site and some develop their own blogs network. On internet, money making is not at all difficult you need to know the right tactics to make money and brains to write creative material.

Once when you get started with your own blogs, there are number of methods to earn money, one by reviewing a product, review for companies, review about markets and more. You can help company sell their products through affiliate marketing strategies, if you really want to sell the company products through your blog then the best is to write a genuine, comprehensive article about the company and its product. To get to the bottom of core writing, you need to understand the difference in writing reviews as conventional advertising or a review. Conventional advertising will speak only about a particular product, or a company. It strictly speaks about the features the company wants to portray while a Reviews will contain good as well bad of the product or a company, it compares the product to other brands and speaks how good or bad a particular product is. Lets talk about writing reviews that will help a company to sell its products:

  • The first and foremost challenge for a writer to write a review is to come up with something that is honest yet favoring a company for good that will bring revenue to your blog. You can write all the details about the product as well the features which you like in the product when personally used.
  • Keep yourself in the reader’s shoes, and guess how they are going to react after reading your review. The questions that may come to their mind while buying a product, you must be able to answer those, if not, then there is something wrong with your review.
  • Give your readers, various in-sight to the product and how it is beneficial compared to other brands in the
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    market, tell them indirectly as if there is no choice.

  • You might write good points about the product but not everything is perfect as it might seem to you, some people might have misconceptions or mindset regarding a particular product part, you need to come up with good as well as the drawbacks of the product but putting it on a lighter side of the overall review. If you real want to build a great blogging network, then write honest.
  • Whatever you may write; remember your audience, their behavior, the mentality, reaction, understand them and write reviews accordingly.
  • Summarizing at the end of the blog is a good idea, that lets you audience have grip on what you were saying all this while and help them figure out, what’s in store for them.

Once done with successfully reviewing the product features, you are almost done 50% selling the product to the consumers, wait for the response and see if you need any further improvement in your blog language. Credibility is all that counts in blogging world so you as a writer are credible for every transaction that happens between the 2 parties, don’t break the customer’s trust in the company.