Contents, as you’re already aware of, plays the vital role in making your blog go viral – isn’t it?
You might have thought of, “why ain’t my post getting the hits, I think of?”. So, in concern to that topic I’ve thought of breaking down several factors and form up a key-article to overhaul the challenges you face just right after hitting the PUBLISH button.
So, you tell me what is a “Great” content?
Might you not tell, nor even me. Or is it a content which gets a lot of shares or comments either?
Or is it which drives a lot of traffic?
Might a question arise now that, articles that are been published on high authority sites, say Mashable gets over thousand shares in each of their article and when you’re eager to know what it contains you get no valuable information out of it.
No, I’m not criticizing someone but just to be frank with You I’m pointing this to you. So, what makes a content successful?
Is it the way, the writer writes? or the points they lay of?
And perhaps, that’s what today’s topic is about.
Difference Between A Content And A Great Content
Okay, so till yet you might have roamed about in search of writing key contents or contents that play well in the game once the ball is rolled on. Perhaps, your bad luck you weren’t able to find the correct reference to kick-off your doubt.
A content can be written by anyone, even a kid of 10 years (if told) can be able to write. But.
Will it be as irrational to read like Jeff Goins, or Jon Morrow either?
There, as you may know is having a difference between content and a great content.
And perhaps, a great content is told if –
- It values for the reader, who’s reading it.
- It has a reason, for why should the reader read.
- It should contain a feeling, a feeling of happiness that is gained by the reader who’s reading.
- It not only should be valuable for the reader, but should help them to fight-off their question.
- It should make the reader to take an immediate action.
In short, a great content is the one which forces (not actually that term) but lay an impact in the readers mind which would led to take some immediate actions. Might be it a share, or comment either
So, The Question Is “HOW”?
Okay, so as I’ve told you the symmetrical difference between a content compared to a great content so now the question for which you’re actually waiting for is “How I May Write a Powerful Content, that Rocks“.
But before, tell me one thing.
If you’ve been blogging for a while, then have you been ever meet with a content which emotionally attract you, and forces you to read it full. It’s perhaps a content which touches your heart, and upon reading a warm happiness can be felt from your heart.
Sometime it makes you feel demotivated, followed by a cheerful happiness. And on contrary sometime it makes sad, yet followed by a motivation.
And perhaps, that’s what a successful article is called.
While You Write, Have A Desire To Do So!
People do like articles, which are well researched – mostly when the writer writes on basis of their experience.
(Yes, I mean it).
People love to know what challenges the writer faced, how he tackled and all. So, the best way to win over the readers heart is “Writing, from heart”.
Not on my sake, but your’s.
And as I’ve been given to consult YOU so, I’d say.
“Whatever you write or read, have a passion, desire and a motive to learn. As everything isn’t been provided, but YOU should rip-off and gain”. People aren’t waiting for you to go ahead, nor even they will. It’s only you who will have to get the benefits.
As world isn’t the same anymore, people do see the benefits not the features.
Think once, why should the readers read only your blog while they could have read any other?
Give them a solid reason, a reason which will force them coming to your blog – again.
And perhaps, when you do – You’d be called a Pro.
So, what strategy you use to write a powerful content?
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