There are plenty of blogs out there on the Web, most of which do not entice one to come back regularly to read updates. What's missing from these online journals that would make them 'good' blogs? Well, the answers in life usually are reduced to nonsense. So let's look at the problem as if we were children. Children do not complicate life with miscellaneous information, and when they speak they tell you straight to the point exactly how they feel and think about a topic. First, we must ask the questions, "Why do blogs exist? What are you here?" Well, in good "an ideal world 'blogs would help people connect, sharing knowledge and feelings about issues in life. As the journals are written by people hope that they would be readable and open to comments all others, not just a select group of friends. The key is to talk in a way that is understandable by the masses, get rid of acronyms and slang local include only a few.
Keep the sentences grammatically simple and generally short and concise. Try to write in your blog as often as possible because if people enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas you want to communicate, or at least regularly fill his world. " Ask questions, comments similar content, start communities with others you've never seen, based on their interests. Robert Kiyosaki is often quoted on this topic. Keep focused, if your blog is about thoughts on war and peace, keep your thoughts in the latest film and the hunger that is for another party. The idea is to incite intelligent communication so that in time our collective reservoir of knowledge and wisdom gradually grow like a tree in fertile soil. I think most important is the fact that this magazine wants to be "good read." Of course we all have ideas about what genres and styles we like, but writing from your heart and soul is essential for connecting with others you are looking for. Share yourself do not hide behind walls of fear of ridicule and trial.
In real life relationships trust, respect, intimacy, and unity are all necessary for a link to the form. It's the same in the "virtual" world, people want to hear from real people, not just one side, very stubborn arguments egos unwilling to listen to the "other side of the coin. Now, in my last article actually destroyed the majority of writers out there, and here I am giving some very complex ideas on how to solve the problem of "bad" writing. On my next article I will try to return to the simple basis for writing beginners. I hope I have not found too critical, just truly believe the 'blog world' could become a real asset to humanity, and when it misses the mark. The ideas on sentence structure, grammar, paragraphs, using a thesaurus (varying terms used so as not to sound repetitive), if your blog is suitable for personal or professional approach, are important for creating a simple and enjoyable read for the blogging visitor. If you are a beginner, please, my next article on the basics.