Effective blog writing begins and ends with the audience. Your blog audience should always be kept foremost in your mind as you plan, write, and edit your blog posts. If you are not writing for your audience, you are only writing for yourself and you won't attract followers.
Get to know your audience by researching and analyzing what makes your readers tick. Read as much as you can on websites and other blogs about the things that motivate them, the problems they need solutions for, and the real reasons they would be looking at your blog. In other words, what questions are they hoping to find the answer to by reading your blog?
Your writing needs to have a purpose in sight from the beginning of the blog post until the very last word. Without a clear objective, your writing is nothing more than rambling diatribe, which is of no use to your readers. You cannot lump together a collection of incoherent sentences, which are irrelevant to the lives of your audience and expect a big response.
Have a point of relevancy to your readers and follow it through from start to finish. Another advantage of knowing and writing effectively to your blog is your keen awareness of how they will profit from reading your post. Always keep that goal in mind as you write.
Writing a successful blog takes a little bit of the gift of empathy. You must always see things through the eyes of others as you write. If your blog is written from the perspective of and with your audience in mind it will surely be a success.
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