Do you remember the last blog post you’ve read? What was the content there like? Was it informative or dull, compelling or boring, clearly structured or chaotically arranged?
If it was engaging or jaw-dropping, that’s the right content. You probably followed it smoothly, naturally, without any effort. But if it was just a cluttered mix of words that didn’t make any sense and left you thinking “What have I just read?” — that’s content pollution, which is bad.
The matter is that blogging is so much more than writing posts in social media. It’s that creative medium that provides readers with both the information and a pinch of entertainment they want to digest. And generating effective blog content means nourishing the audience with compelling and original texts they find truly engaging to follow.
If you are wondering how to write a blog post that hooks and is devoid of content pollution, keep reading this article and learn five tips to make the most of your text entries.