I just found out that the wonderful team at Float the cash flow forecasting solution have written a blog called naming Seven Australian Accountancy blogs that they love, and I was included in it. Thank you so much to everyone at Float for including my blog in that I’m really appreciative of that, I spend a lot of time working on my blog, and hopefully, it is helpful to people, and I thought well to commemorate possibly not the right word to celebrate being included on your blog with seven of seven blogs I would give you seven tips for writing a blog.
First Tip: Use WordPress and have a theme that adapts to a PC and mobile
Second Tip: Images
Ensure that you have good images in the blog, and you’re sharing good photos around the blog to attract people to read it.
Third Tip: Blog Titles
Have a good blog title. Something that is going to pique people’s interests and encourage them to click through. The blog title is really super important, so really spend time working on a blog title. Look around at the other blog titles you see and figure out what suits you and what will be appropriate. Sometimes they’re a bit longer than you actually anticipate they should be.
Fourth Tip: Open Sans font – easy to read
When I make my blog, I’m trying to make my blog very readable, and I use quite an open font. I use Open Sans and then and have it visually looking stunning.
Fifth Tip: Allow for thinking time to muse over the blog
When it comes to actually write the blog, make sure that you think about it, and a simple blog post may take hours of musing and pondering over it and jotting down points before it actually comes to fruition. I just recently posted a blog post about home automation. It’s actually a collection of snippets I’ve posted over 2020, and I sort of pulled them all together and put them in this home automation blog, which is hopefully helpful for you.
Sixth Tip: Grammarly
I’m going to throw in some technology an app that I encourage you to take a look at. Grammarly helps you with the writing, checking that it’s all okay, checking punctuation, checking phrasing etc. finally, my
Seventh Tip: Australian Writers’ Centre
I have done numerous writing courses and have been part of mentorship at the Australian Writers Centre. I highly encourage if you are serious about writing that you look into something like that it doesn’t, unfortunately for many people naturally, happen for me, it has been a lot of work to bring my writing to the level that it’s at and also, I always encourage people to have an editor on hand for their writing, that’s important that’s going out there I work with several different editors I always say that I can frame the house, and the editor will come along and paint it and make it look good and I think that when it comes to putting the insightful observations or content together that’s what I’m good at I know my topic, but I might not be able to an editor can sometimes just come along and streamline it and make it look so much nicer.