10 important things want know about a blog post-What is necessary when you write a blog?


 10 important things you want to know about a blog post

In the current world of content domination, it has become a regular practice for blogs. With so many famous and accepted bloggers sharing their tips and tricks on how to create awesome blogs, what to write, how to prepare to write a blog post, I thought I would share mine too.


Any form of writing (except perhaps imitation) that is 100% original and not a rip-off takes a certain level of creativity. This is something that cannot be learned realistically, but can still be better if you work really hard.

Although there is creativity in writing, one can acquire certain skills and master it. I for one never knew I could write anything decent, until I tried it. In fact, you may be surprised what you can do from the first try.

You may not be a bestselling author, but blogging is a bit different. It contains very little academic content and what you and your audience care about. If you mastered the basics of blogging, there is a good chance that you can still make a difference and grow as a blogger.

But back to the point. To make anything decent, you need to prepare and make all the necessary arrangements to feel comfortable. Thoughts and thoughts flow continuously through your head. You need to concentrate, capture them and move somewhere or they can be lost forever. Here are some tips that anyone can use to make their blogging more effective.

1. Make yourself comfortable

This is something that should be unique to every person. Some may like to write outside in sunlight, others get better results in a small quiet room. Whatever it is that makes you comfortable, start by doing so. Close the door of the room, switch off your phone, maybe get a cup of coffee or anything else you like, change into comfortable clothes, whatever. Just done.

2. Remove Distraction

As long as you can really focus on whatever super super you are writing, then eliminate all the distraction around you. If it means you have to work from home, discuss it with your employer. Thoughts, and usually the ones that are the best, because life works just the same way, are very easily lost in the ocean of ideas. You can think of something excellent for a moment, and if you get distracted forget about it completely. Make sure you are not missing anything.

3. Get to the right position

I have come to understand that for writing purposes, you need to be in a certain position to get the process well. This is the case with using a laptop, and if you are not using one, I recommend you do. Sit directly in front of the screen with your hands positioned on the keyboard. Getting the feel of the buttons can help you overcome some potential thoughts or issues that are holding you back from starting writing.

Do not try to write while lying in bed or on the couch. When you lie down, your body automatically leans towards sleep. Since any creative work takes an amazingly large amount of energy, you will soon start sleeping and get nothing as a result.

4. Become a Topic Expert

Before writing anything, you first need to become an expert on the subject. Take your time to try and understand the industry or business or whatever it is before starting your work. Some people like to do this together with their writing, which is a little research, write it down and move on to the next one.

I have done this before, and personally I find this method ineffective because I have learned something new most of the times and have to go back to add it, or delete something that I misunderstood. It is better to know everything from top to bottom beforehand. You will be surprised at how well you can write a subject you are deeply familiar with, unlike what you do not.

Another reason is distraction. When writing and researching together, which get distracted every time: opening your browser and minimizing your word doc, temp to go to Facebook for just one second, check your mail, etc. You have time for all of this. Will, find out read on.

5. Constant Research

Let's make it clear: Why are you writing? Some people use it for business needs, for the other person it is a full-time job or perhaps you want to be crazily popular on the web. What the reason is, you have to create something amazing to achieve any of the points mentioned above, or pretty much any other intention that may be on your blog.

To make something good, you need to do a thorough research on the subject. Whatever your post is about, there's a good 99.9% chance someone else has already written it. So unless it is some kind of chemical reaction that you discovered in your private laboratory yesterday, there is always information about almost anything.

Constant research will help keep you up to date with relevant topics, news and will ensure that you do not create anything outdated. Even if you are sure that you are up to date, just invest 5-10 minutes in whatever you want to write about it: just to make sure.

6. Outline Your Content

Think about the subject you are going to write and try to cover your content in your mind. Which sections is it for? What should the introduction include? How many points do you plan to cover? Is there anything particularly valuable that you want to share? e.t.c.

To ensure that you do not leave anything and then prepare them on paper accordingly. With enough practice, you should be able to do all this in your head, but it is always a good idea to write it down. This will help to keep the thread of thought and not get lost in your own thoughts later.

7. The Hardest Part

Okay, the hardest part about writing is probably the simplest. Don't think too much: just start writing. This is an issue that seemed very complicated to me when I was writing my first articles. The problem was that I tried to imagine this post in my head as clearly as possible and then started writing.

As a result, the words would not come in the correct order and ideas either spread or changed into each other to create a rift. You don't need all of that, just start writing. Thoughts and words will come as you move forward. He loves to eat: When you sit at the table, you do not feel hungry at first, but when you start eating, your appetite increases in the process.

8. You need to type fast

This is a helpful point to pin down your thoughts so as not to forget them.

Sometimes ideas start being superfast and you may struggle to keep up with them. Not every idea you get will be good or useful, but you have to remember them all. You never know how good they can be. Sometimes your writing does not go according to your plan: you may wander the subject slightly, belittling some ideas, while dazzling others.

To deal with this problem, you need to be able to type fast. If you are a beginner or have very little experience with typing: practice. There are days that preparing an article can take a lot of time and in some days you can extract 3000 words in about 40 minutes. This depends on many factors, but writing speed and idea pinning are probably the most important.

In some cases, you may get an idea in the middle of your writing, which concerns a topic that has not been written yet or you have already covered it. Write it down immediately and whatever you were doing at that moment, return it. You will not be able to choose on the subject you have written about some sentences you have already written. On the other hand, the chances that you will forget something in your mind a second before while being busy with something else are very high.

9. Write first, edit later

This is a very common mistake that many people encounter while writing. Well, this is not technically a mistake. Editing every sentence and paragraph as you progress is not "wrong", but it is extremely inefficient, time consuming and tiresome as hell. Write down all the material you want to cover first, edit later, proofread, format, etc. If you don't have a proofreader or editor to help you, take some time between writing and editing your post. A few hours is enough. The idea is that you will be more effective when editing your post after some time, as if you do so immediately.

I also get some new ideas that can be added to the post on a fresh look and it also helps with proofreading. When you're writing for long periods of time at the end, your punctuation and spelling skills go down, as they also take a certain amount of energy. You have already finished your brain with writing, take some time to recover it.

10. Small breaks are fantastic

Take a break. This is very important for several reasons: First, you need to flex your muscles periodically and have blood flow due to various health problems.

Second, you are not a machine: your brain needs a little rest, especially if the writing process was intense. Here is when you can check your mail, jump on your social media account, make a phone call or smoke.

I sometimes get great ideas for the subject that I am randomly writing during short breaks. They come from anywhere in the mind when you take a little rest and mostly, they are useful.

Consider taking short, 5 minute breaks every 20-25 minutes. It is important to not brake too short or too long. If you are deciding to shorten or lengthen the brakes, shorten them. Prolonged breaks will distract your thoughts too far and it will be very difficult to gather them back together.

This is where the design of your blog will help. Finish a certain part of the subject or sub-topic and take a break. When you return, the outline will help you remember where you left off in case you forgot.

Creating blog posts should be fun and entertaining. Even if you are not the greatest writer ever, you need to write to produce a content that the audience might like. Enjoy what you write, and do it in your own unique way.

Every person's writing is different, even when using the same style it can be professional, story or conversational. Just like no two people are the same, no 2 writing is the same when you think about it.

So speak with your own voice and thoughts: it will actually give you more recognition than someone else imitating or imitating.

It can be difficult for you to follow all 10 steps at once. In this case, focus on 1 or 2 steps at a time. Master that one and move on to the next. Eventually you will get all that.


Tips that I have learned during my writing experience. Do you have any Share them in the comments!

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