I’ll start off by asking one question: Have you ever written a letter and poured out your heart to another person? If you have written a letter you have the know-how to write a blog and/or article for your own business venture.
As a business entrepreneur, are you passionate about your products and/or services? If you are passionate about what you do, don’t you get carried away when speaking to someone about this service or product? Why should it be any different when you have to write about it for your own success in your business ventures?
Another question: Have you ever written a book report or an essay? What about those stories you had to do in school that described what you did over the summer? Isn’t this the same endeavour? Or did you say that you didn’t know how to start the first paragraph? You more than likely didn’t say that you didn’t know how to write!
Yet, a great percentage of online marketers state that they can’t write – did they forget those letters and all the writing they did in their school days?
As an online business entrepreneur, when writing a blog and/or article, you have keywords you strive to use in your written copy – more than what you had when you went to school right?
In order to compose anything, you must have a topic of common interest – something that captures the attention of your audience – make them want to learn more or hear more of your story. That captures the readers’ attention and most times, if your writing is based on plain English with proper spelling and grammar, the topic will hold their interest to the end of the post.
Before you handed those papers into the teacher at school, did you read it over? Or, before sending that letter in the mail, did you read it over? The same applies to blogging and/or articling. Misspelled words not only change the meaning of the message that you are trying to convey, but also tend to discourage people from reading to the end of the post. Keep that in mind.
In this day and age, we are lucky – pay for essay reddit our computers do the proofreading and spelling suggestions are a click of the mouse away – we never had that at school did we? At least I didn’t!
As I always say, if you are passionate about your topic (green hair vs. purple shoes or whatever?), you can usually go on all day about the same thing, so words shouldn’t make a difference. If you are person of few words, explain your thoughts and reasoning wherever necessary.
As a child, I listened to a story about a little red engine that didn’t think it could climb a big hill. This engine finally tried it and all the way up the hill kept saying to itself, “I think I can, I think I can”. That the other train engines told this little red engine he could do it made no difference to this little engine.