11 Characteristics of Highly Influential Blogs

28 Dec

Bloggers are the most loved and the most hated group on social media. People love them for their valuable information, while companies (some uncool one’s obviously!) look at them with raised eye brows. However, bloggers are the most powerful community out there that can make or break a product.

Techipedia just came up with 11 characteristics of all highly influential blogs that will build your blog and its followers if you adopt them.

1. Consistency: As Aaron Pogue in its article Be Consistent to Write Better says that “Consistency in your blog appeals to readers, and it can be an extraordinarily effective tool in your writing, too.” Be consistent with your style and with your content.

2. Eloquence: If you want to influence more people, learn from influential people and use it in your blog. Gradual improvement on daily bases will get you on top.

3. Uniqueness: You are born unique so don’t write as a copy. Show the world what you want to say. Express your thoughts rather than following others.

4. Specific: Be to the point; people admire this lot.

5. Analytical: People love to read data. Support your blog with graphics, charts and tables but make sure that your analysis is correct.

6. Thought-Provoking: Leave your readers thinking about your post long after they click away.

7. Passion: Follow your passion, and success will follow you. If you are passionate about your blog, readers will notice.

8. Instructional: If you know something better than others let them know how to do it in detail.

9. Use Killer headlines: If you write a great headline, you’ll have a higher chance of getting noticed by your readers. Write a striking yet descriptive headline but don’t make it too long.

10. Write for a human reader: All the good readers will tell you that write for a human reader not a search engine. Avoid using the same keywords again and again.

11. Ask a question and engage your readers: If your blog is thought provoking it will forced the users to ask questions.

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Posted by on December 28, 2010 in Views reviews


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