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Blogs demand for a reading public. And you have to write about something worth reading. a Here are some tips to follow if you want people to read their blogs. 1. Stay on topic Opinions are fine, but unless you are the CEO of Microsoft, very few people will want to know what you ate for breakfast.

If you started your blog at your leisure raves and rants about the last movie you saw, better mention movies in at least every post you write. 2. Write in a conversational tone Forget what your English teacher taught. Write the speech, or end up sounding stiff and unnatural. And nobody reads tightass copy … even from the CEO of Microsoft. 3. Being dogmatic His blog is not a corporate brochure or a press release, but a way of nicknames of the persons to its target audience, to know the real you.

The worst sin that can commmit is to bore your readers. Most people respond better to an honest ventilation views of pleasant topics. And if you have a few more rude or nasty comments in response to your posts, to accept the fact that you can not please everyone 4. Infuse your message to be funny with your natural wit for a better response from your target audience. And if not everyone appreciates his particular brand of humor, read the last sentence in the previous section. 5. Stay informed If you are writing about their profession, you’d better know what you’re talking about. Spread the word to the speed of thought in the blogospere and if you are trying to become an authority on something you know very little, get ready for the stones. 6. Stay tuned Writing about the latest developments in their field. Nobody wants to read stuff that has existed for a long time, or hundreds of other bloggers have chronicled. 7. Refresh often, but not depletion Most blogs die because of blogger burnout – bloggers trying to update too frequently. Stick to a publishing schedule that is humanly possible for you. If you just updated your blog and find a story you want to share, save it for later. On the other hand, do not post just because you think you have to stick to a timetable. Going a couple of days or even weeks without posting is fine if you really have nothing worth sharing. So you’re still wondering if you blog? If you think you meet the above requirements, and know your why, then, like the shoe people say – Just do it. Resistance is futile.

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