Tuesday, 3 June 2014

How to Start Writing An Article and Avoid Writers Block

Blogging Background

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With the expansion of the internet reaching countries worldwide, blogging has become one of the most popular outlets for information, ideas and thoughts. Many actors, politicians, musicians, television personalities and sports players all have their own blogs. But, you don’t have to be a famous celebrity to start a blog; everyday people just like you are launching and updating their very own blogs in their available free time, and it’s not as hard as you may think. Keep reading to find out the basic of how to blog.

Article Topic

Coming up with blog post ideas is a hurdle that many bloggers face as they try to develop their site. After all, writers block isn't just limited to people writing books and stuff on paper; it’s a condition that happens to us bloggers as well. To help combat this problem, try to approach your post one step at a time. First, choose a topic you want to write about. It might be an article about something you’re interested in, or it could just be your thoughts for the day.

If you’re still stuck on trying to find something to blog about, take a step back and go looking for ideas. Visit popular social networking sites, such as digg.com, stumbleupon.com or pinterest.com.See what others are writing, These are great sites with user-generated content that can really get your brain moving in the right direction. Look to see what people are writing about. When you think of something that’s both interesting and you know you can write about, you’ve found your post idea.

Of course the best post ideas are still going to come from your own mind. If you can't seem to think of anything to write about, just start writing about experiences or expertise you may have. What is your profession? Think of something you’re knowledgeable in and share some information you might have about it. You’ll find that once you start, the words begin flowing much easier.

Starting To Write

Start writing your ideas on a piece of paper. Then, start writing an introduction to represent the reader what you are writing about. It can start with a question to alert a reader's interest and provide a context of the main issue. There, you can write a thesis statement that provide the reader, main keywords of the body of the article. The body includes the main part of the article with details, statistics and charts and can be three to four paragraphs. Eventually, the conclusion is the point where you frame your thoughts and the reader

One of the great aspects of blogging is that it allows visitors to give their feedback and share with each other. Once your blog starts receiving traffic, you’ll find that visitors may leave comments about your posts. These comments can be both encouraging and helpful, but you may encounter some sneaky spam hidden within them. Always monitor your comments and delete the ones which are simply trying to get a backlink to their website. Real comments will help build your blog as a community, but spam comments will greatly bring down the quality of your blog.

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