Write Crazy Cool Blogs and a Tip to Save You on Your Days of Content Writers’ Block

Have you ever wanted to write crazy, cool blogs, but aren’t sure how to get started? Blog writing can be both a fun and beneficial way to earn a little extra income on the side while you work from home. But, it takes an amount of talent to create a successful and catchy blog, so there is a certain amount of training required. Today I’m going to give you an overview to help you generate ideas for your blogs, and give you a suggestion about a helpful software tool that can help you generate content on those slow days of content writers’ block.

What are some things you can do to make sure your blogs are both crazy and cool? Below is a list of ideas that should help you produce very effective blogs.

Make It Funny

Writing content that has humor in it is always a great way to make your blog connect with the reader. Most of us love to laugh, and laughter makes customers bond instantly with the blog, so they want to read more. Creating a funny joke in your copy is one of the best ways to keep your readers entertained.

Don’t Be Wordy

Keeping your copywriting short and sweet does a lot for your blog. First, it makes you sound more truthful and honest about whatever your blog is covering, and this goes a long way with readers. Next, blogs are meant to be short, so you need to use your words wisely. People reading blogs don’t want their time to be wasted—they want to be able to get what they need out of a blog quickly. So do that for them by keeping it concise.

Check Out What Customers Say

One way to get an idea for a blog about a company or a product is to check out some of the customer comments. Some of what they say may jog your mind into saying something incredibly cool and clever in your blog. It’s always good to do a little bit of research before writing a blog, and one of the best places to go to is customer comments.

Be Creative

Try to be creative and catchy with your wording. You can do this by adding cool or creative names to products and creating an awesome feel to both your blog or your product. You also want to get in some creative copywriting because you are only able to say so much in so few words, so keep it entertaining. Add a few interesting facts about a company or product people may not know to keep their interest in your blog.

Treat Readers Like Friends

You have to write blogs in a conversational style for them to connect with your readers. One of the best things to do is to think of your readers as if they are your friends. If you treat blog copy like this, your caring and concern will come across, and readers will be more pulled into your blog content. After all, who isn’t more interested in reading about something when somebody seems to care about them?

A Helpful Content Saving Software Hint:

Now, if you have any trouble creating content, and we all have those days, check out the following software to generate some leads in your research: ArticleForge

This software generates article content for you and even rewrites it, although you’re going to have to rewrite the content yourself anyway and do some organizing. My suggestion is to use it primarily as a research tool to get your ideas going for content, and in that scope, it’s fantastic. So far, it’s the best tool I’ve found to help me on those slow content-producing days.

I’ll be writing a more detailed article on the software, how to use it, and the great people over there at ArticleForge I’ve had the most pleasant Email conversations with. So, keep on blogging, and there’s more to come from me on writing and ArticleForge soon!

Author: drklnelsonsblog

As well as being a longtime, award winning professor with four grad degrees, I am an experienced published writer of books, academic journals, newspaper journalism articles and magazine articles. I hold four graduate degrees--MA English, MA History, MS Psychology and a doctorate in Educational Technology. I have been a professor for over 16 years and have taught and developed classes for all four subjects I hold degrees in. I have also taught first grade and kindergarten, and taught upcoming teachers in K-12 as a professor. Teaching writing along with psychology, education, and history as a professor for 16 plus years helped my personal writing and teaching abilities excel. My deep analysis of content taught me to have a unique sense of perfectionism which is now a now standard expectation I require of myself. I am a rare type of professor and researcher not only because of my many years in academia but also because of my 400 plus published blog and academic journal articles, and other published writings. I have respect for the amazing power of words and the importance of communication, which is something I think many overlook.

5 thoughts on “Write Crazy Cool Blogs and a Tip to Save You on Your Days of Content Writers’ Block”

  1. Thanking you kindly for the follow.. and this helpful article.. I’m way too wordy in most of my posts. My son also agrees with me as you would too I’m sure. I look forward to reading your blog for much needed help with my own.. Have a wonderful day…

    Take care, Laura ~

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    1. Geez, same problem here. But, I find Grammarly helpful for that–I haven’t hit that topic yet but check out that software for some editing help. 🙂 I’ll be writing on it soon. Thanks, glad it helps!

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    1. Thanks! I’ll find out later if one or two lucky peeps were selected and how it went. 🙂 I’ll let you know. I was actually talking to him and offered the job but it’s not something I could take on, but he loved the idea of me sharing it here so he could find somebody free of charge and so the interested writers could have a shot. Thanks for the reblog yet again, you rock.

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