But while I've continued to write many more posts on those topics, I've also written about many other topics, from personal and professional development to technology, to social media, to marketing. Do you think people would call that a good post?
Nail that title and opening paragraph Compelling titles and introductions make your readers want to read your post right away. So why waste more of it?
When I'm passionate about a topic, the thoughts flow more quickly from my mind to my fingers. Okay, if not a notebook at least keeps a Google doc tab open. Sometimes that means I have to narrow my focus. Before you sit down and write an article, search the web for articles like your idea.
Because their content is broken down into bite-size bits through the use of chapters, headings, and bullets. What I learned from scroll tests is that by adding a conclusion and clearly labeling it, you can train your readers to scroll further down the page because that one section will explain what your blog post is all about.