Writing Better Post: Who Are You Talking To Anyways

When I first started blogging, I wanted to learn as much as I could about writing better post for my blog. I failed miserably since I had no clue what I was actually doing. I felt like throwing in the towel and calling it quits instead of just writing better post.

Writing better post is about talking to one person and one person only. I learned real fast that writing for the internet is a lot different from writing for the actual world. Writing better post isn’t just about driving traffic and knowing SEO, it is about getting an audience or at least one person to listen.

People blog for many reasons, I blog because I enjoy it and the money doesn’t hurt. I am not claiming to be a millionaire since I am far from it but I have had my bills paid by blogging and writing for the internet.

I don’t like the robot form of writing, and this is actually bad writing. I would much rather have a few people who read my blog continuously than to have a high Google page rank. A Google page rank will only get you traffic from the search engines, and what I look for is getting traffic from other sites that enjoyed my blog. I also like it when people stick around and sign up for my RSS feed rather than look at my blog once and never come back again.

If you want to write better post, make the person feel like you are talking to them instead of to a computer. I like to use the word you a lot in my post since it makes the reader feel like I am talking to them and no one else. You, is a powerful word in writing better post.

When you write your next post, try making it sound as though you are talking to that person instead of just trying to get traffic. I can guarantee you that when you write better post like this, more people will stick around to read the rest of your post.

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