It’s just a matter of fact that most bloggers don’t know how to write captivating posts simply because they’ve never learned the art. According to top blogger Mary Jaksch, 60% of the guest posts she receives lack a simple introduction.
That’s OK if you’re writing a cozy little blog for your family and friends. But, if you have a big vision, a message to spread, or would like to create a sustainable business that just won’t do.
Common Blog Post Mistakes
These common mistakes aren’t going to bring people to your blog, or keep them coming back:
- Unclear headlines or ones that make you yawn.
- Grinding on and on.
- Switching subjects mainstream.
- Talking too much about yourself.
- Never revealing yourself.
- Trailing off at the end.
- Grammatical errors.
- Large chunks of text.
- Lack of a unique voice.
- Regurgitating the same old material easily found on the web.
Can You Get Honest and Effective Feedback?
It’s not easy to get honest and effective feedback on your blog posts. I’ve noticed in blogging forums that most people will say, “I loved it.” Or, “It’s great.” But, let’s face it, they’re inexperienced too. And, of course, your friends and family aren’t going to tell you your blog posts need work either
Honestly, when I read the very same posts, I often – not always – see there’s plenty of room for improvement.
What to do? I can help!
I know you have enthusiasm, great ideas, and a good heart. I’d like to help you build your capacity to craft clear and powerful posts as well with my Blog Post Critiques.
My Blog Post Critiques are an educational yet relatively inexpensive way to strengthen your blog writing. I’ll review 2 or 3 of your blog posts, highlight what you do well, and also show you how to improve. You’ll receive written feedback presented in a kind and friendly manner.
I would love to help you learn how to write clear and compelling posts that will attract more readers, and make your blog standout in today’s highly competitive blogosphere.
Get the full scoop on my Blog Post Critiques, and let’s get started!
As an extra bonus, once you’re writing your blog posts with more confidence and ease, you’ll have more time to eat and love!
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