Not all bloggers have plenty of time to write a long and comprehensive post, but all bloggers want to attract more readers and visitors to their blog. So the question is… can we make a short blog post that can create a big and lasting impact to its readers and audience? The answer is yes we can. The number of words, size of images or the length of videos doesn’t necessarily matter… what matter is the sense and power it brings to its viewers and readers. Here’s how you can make a short post that can attract more visitors to your blog.
S – Simplify. Write and put only what’s important. Go straight to your audience and go directly to the point. Then organize your article or post so that your visitors can read or view it more efficiently. You may use bullet points just like on this post.
H – Help. Problems are inherent to everyone, as well as to your blog’s visitors. Hence, make sure that your post provides specific answers and solutions to your visitors’ questions and problems. So don’t talk too much, but go directly to solving their problems.
O – Overwhelm. The first thing people will see on your blog post is the title of your post. Thus, make your title interesting and captivating. And when it comes to your content, make sure to blow your readers and viewers mind by providing them with content that they have never read or viewed in their entire life. Be the first and be unique with your ideas.
R – Relate. Capture not only the minds of people, but also their hearts and emotions. Make your blog post relative to what people are feeling right now, whether they are happy or sad, whether they are calm or mad. Remember that when people can relate to what you’re saying, they tend to agree.
T – Tell the Truth. The truth will set us free. So whether a person agree or disagree, the truth can’t be denied. Therefore, make your post a simplified and purified truth, and make it life-changing. Life-changing blog posts surely attract people. How about a life-changing blogging style?
I’ll keep this post short. I hope you’ve learned something.