There is a lot to learn about blogging, but when you get to grips with the basics, it’s not as difficult as you would imagine. Whether you blog as a hobby or as a professional – travel, fashion, etc. – there are always ways in which you can improve your blog, no matter how proficient you have become. The following are especially important.
Your blog is about you, your personality, and your interests. You’re not making a Wikipedia page, so don’t be afraid to add your own personal flourish, giving your opinion, and dropping the word ‘I’ in their on a regular basis. While good content is king in blogging, the reader will invest in you as a person as well, so speak directly to your readership, letting them know the human face behind your words.
A badly written blog won’t get very many readers. A few spelling mistakes here and there is fine, but if your grammar is all over the place, the reader will be distracted by the flaws in your writing and won’t pay as much attention to the content you are trying to convey. You need to be interesting, as well. Nobody likes a waffler, so find a theme or a topic and stick to it. Being creative with your words is fine, but don’t confuse the reader by going off on too many tangents. So, bottom line is this. If there any flaws in your writing, practice as much as you can, get a second opinion, and use Grammarly to correct some of your mistakes.