1. Get right to the point and keep postings short. Don’t forget that your attention span of your audience is very short.

2. In your posts, answer questions, including who, what, where, when, why and how, related to whatever topics you’re writing about.

3. Use a conversational and friendly tone, but be professional.

4. Proofread your work carefully before publishing it. Your posts should never contain spelling, punctuation or grammar errors.

5. Use short sentences that don’t contain overly complicated words. Always keep your audience in mind, and write using language and vocabulary they’ll understand.

Read: Increase Your Audience’s Spending Time on Your Blog

6. Keep paragraphs to two or three sentences each, and utilize plenty of white space on the screen to avoid clutter and make the content look more presentable.

7. Don’t overuse different type-styles, like bold, italic or underlined text. This can be distracting.

8. Choose an easy-to-read font, and make sure the text appears large enough so it’s easy to view on any size screen. Avoid a font size that’s smaller than 10 points.

9. Make sure your color scheme is consistent with your image or brand, and that it, too, is easy on the eyes and not distracting.

10. Whenever possible, use photos and graphics to reduce the amount of text in a blog entry and help tell a story or demonstrate a key point.

11. Don’t ramble or include too much information within a single blog entry. If necessary, divide a topic into multiple parts.

12. Put yourself in your target audience’s shoes, and make sure the blog content you’re creating is interesting, well-organized, entertaining, informative, unique and engaging.

13. Maintain your branding and image. The content you publish as part of your blog should be consistent with everything else you’re doing online and in the real world.

14. Use bulleted or numbered lists within your posts to quickly convey information. Posts that focus on a Top X list tend to be popular.

15. Be sure to properly brand your blog using a logo, tag line and other relevant content.

(For Writing, Book, Beauty Bloggers & More)
  1. kjerstynjordheim 4 years ago

    This is so helpful! Thank you!

  2. Number 5 kicks my butt frequently. Big words are something I use without thinking about it, and I feel like I have to consciously ‘dumb things down’ to get the readability score up there, and that annoys me. I often wonder if it’s actually necessary. Hmph.

  3. nightwhispers 4 years ago

    Some good ideas here. Thanks!

  4. juwelishlamyahoocom 4 years ago

    very good share.

  5. lizskincare 4 years ago

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  6. writingandalcohol 4 years ago

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart young sport! Your site did very wonderful things on mine and following most of your advice benefited me so much!I am still trying to figure out how to follow what you are doing as your old sport here is doing many other things ( I am now doing my second book, a novel) but I see to it that I checked your post every now and then for inspiration ! Have great and Godly day!

  7. Mommies Quiet Place 4 years ago

    do you have any grammar or editing programs you suggest ? I am great at spelling the grammar part I suck at.

  8. Delles 4 years ago

    Dear The Millionaire’s Digest,

    This post is excellent! Every tip is valuable alone but when combined there is a great power. Thank you for sharing!

  9. nolacrow 4 years ago

    Love these tips…?

  10. thepearlylife 4 years ago

    Great tips! Thank you!!

  11. kds407 4 years ago

    Cool! Maybe that’s why I’m not getting too much attention for my blog posts these days!

  12. alanparkinsonauthor 4 years ago

    Thanks for this. I’m relatively new to blogging but most of those points are things that annoy me on other people’s blogs. Always worth keeping in mind.

  13. Eugenia 4 years ago

    Great ideas and thank you.

  14. Don Massenzio 4 years ago

    Reblogged this on Don Massenzio's Blog.

  15. elementhealing 4 years ago

    Thank you for sharing. These are good tips and take me back to college journalism classes!

  16. DrEMiller 4 years ago

    Reblogged this on Write of Passage and commented:
    Thanks to Don Massario’s blog, I saw this post and thought I, too, would share it.
    Happy reading!

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    how to publish my post on Millionairesdigest? and or ?

  21. Eugenia 4 years ago

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew.

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    Reblogged this on Mysticalwriter.

  23. beinglovelyyoublog 4 years ago

    Very helpful, thank you for the tips 🙂

  24. goingearthstyle 4 years ago

    I usually start with “hmmm I don’t know what to write” then I write and I often find myself typing way more then I should lol

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  26. Tanishea's world 4 years ago

    Very helpful thank you for writing this

  27. BlueCandies 4 years ago

    I so needed this ?????

  28. amt07 4 years ago

    Wonderful advice!

  29. Cecilia Shih 4 years ago

    Thanks for the great idea!!

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  31. Everyone welcome 4 years ago

    WordPress one of the best sites the people are friendly and helpful so thank you for this. Im learning new things everyday on wordpress. Kind regards. Everyone welcome.

  32. jamjar77 4 years ago

    Estimated reading time is helpful too

  33. Darie.T 3 years ago

    Very helpful thank you!

  34. junanoblog 3 years ago

    Such a big help! Thanks.

  35. yournakedneighbour 3 years ago

    Hey! Thank you for this. I recently started writing on here and really needed something like this. <3

  36. oryemasteve9 3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this information. Its worth it??

  37. Thanks for the tips! ?

  38. theschoolpodium 3 years ago

    This is quite helpful.

  39. Stylish Brunette 3 years ago

    Thank you for the very helpful tips!

  40. Denique Peavy 3 years ago

    Very Helpful Info. We will all be blogging pros in no time.

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