Blogging as an art has a lot to do with generating new ideas but how you put those ideas on your blog page also matters a lot. Good content involves writing that inspires and writing that makes a difference in however small a way. If you happen to visit blogs written by seasoned writers you will notice that a lot of thought has gone into framing the sentence and making sure that it satisfies a set of English grammar and vocabulary rules. You don’t have to be a grammar expert to write blogs, as long as you don’t make jarring writing blunders you are good.
Reaching a stage where you can blog efficiently needs time and most importantly effort. They say ‘Words have the power to move the world’. This is very true in the case of blogging because if your reader relates to what you write, he will become the mascot of your blog. Essentially he will do all the promotion for you as he would want his friends and people to experience the same joy that he did while reading your content. If generating traffic through blogging is your end goal then you can be assured of the outcome when you write well.
Writing good content does not start and end with complying with rules set by the English language. It has a lot more of deliberation to it. Reading more blogs and online articles will help you understand that when an idea takes birth in your mind, you can do complete justice to it only when you put it on your blog just the way you have thought it through. This means your writing should have a structure to it. If it is a problem you are addressing, then you should use a cause – effect solution approach. Only then you will be able to drive your point home and make your readers comprehend what you are trying to say through your blog.
And lastly, blogging is a two way street writing marvelous content using highfalutin flowery language will not do anyone any good. So keep your blog posts simple, crisp and keep the reader in mind when you are writing.