Top tips for avoiding blogging fatigue
Blogs should not be written just for the sake of it or because you feel you ought to.
They are designed to serve a purpose and be a source of information, to benefit the blogger and the reader.
However, the hard truth is that sometimes it can be difficult to constantly create inspiring, sparkling, thought-provoking copy. Even the best authors in the world suffer from writer’s block now and again.
Place your customers’ needs above your own
Try to look at your blog from a different angle with a fresh pair of eyes, make sure you place the needs of your customers as the number one priority so that you become a valuable resource for visitors.
Look at what their problems are and how they can be overcome. Of course, you’re not expected to be an expert in their field but comparing how you’ve resolved similar issues might also be of relevance to them.
Unanswered questions that need answering
What are the questions that your customers are asking? What is it that they need to know?
This may involve some research but answering their questions in your blog is a great way to attract and engage with them.
The other benefit is that if one person needs that question answering, then it’s likely that there are also many others in a similar situation. A potentially huge audience to engage with.
A great source of information
The FAQ section on your competitors’ websites can give some great pointers on what your audience might need to know.
Of course, don’t steal what they’ve said but just a gentle tweak by answering it from a different point of view/adding your own perspective can give it the authority your customers need and keep them wanting more.
Use a more conversational style
Blogging is not a platform for your corporate brochure, so try using a less formal approach.
One way to achieve a more conversational tone is by inserting a personal angle or anecdote, which helps give it a feeling of intimacy.
In essence, the more conversational your blog, then the more chance you are likely to connect with the reader.
Invite feedback and comments
Engagement with visitors is a great way to keep the conversation going, as well as possibly supplying topics for the future.
Sure, you run the risk of negative feedback but hopefully, this can be turned into a positive and, if not, then at least you know there are potential issues relating to whatever it is you’re addressing.
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