4 Major Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Blog Posts
By Karen Cioffi
Writing is a craft, a craft that needs to be learned. With that being said, there are many successful bloggers who had no writing training.
You might consider writing as being doubled sided. There are research papers, resumes, articles for medical and scientific use, business and health content, and even short stories, children’s books, and novels.
To write for these genres, you need to learn the craft of writing. Depending on the genre you write, you need to know how to write dialogue, how to reference quotes in a nonfiction article, and how to write POV (point of view). You should know the difference between a comma and a semi-colon, and how to use each. You get the idea.
On the flip side, there is web writing: blog posts and writing copy. In these niches there aren’t many rules, aside from grabbing the reader and making your content engaging and shareable.
While there aren’t many rules for blogging, there are four mistakes you should avoid:
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Originally published at http://www.writersonthemove.com/2014/06/4-major-mistakes-to-avoid-when-writing.html
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