How to Consistently Offer Valuable Content to Your Blog Readers?

Blogs have been around since long but the competition now has reached its peak. Blogs that are not offering valuable content consistently to readers lose traffic in a matter of days. Readers do not like keyword stuffed content and overuse of words. What you should do is provide information to your blog readers in easy to understand manner and in as minimum words as possible.

Grab Attention of Reader

At times the content can become boring and more of a drag for the reader while he/she makes an attempt to go through it. The aim is not to make the readers go to sleep while they are visiting your website. And once a lot of people have been attracted to your website, it is also important to make them stay by keeping their attention maintained. That could only be possible by providing interesting material to them.

Seamlessly Integrate Keywords in Your Content

It is not like you are not going to need keywords at all. All you need to do is to keep the interest of the reader in your mind while you are writing down your content. Also, if you are not intent upon focusing on just those keywords, you might as well use some which may make search engines know about your site too. Thus you can add in a bit of creativity and let the keyword optimization job be done.

Do Slightly Better Than Your Competitors

You have to know your competitors if you want to make your blog successful and you have to know what your competitors are offering to their readers. You will most likely notice that these websites do not have any extra ordinary content going on their websites. The content may be boring but it is providing information to the readers and hence doing the job well.

Discuss Problems and Offer Solutions

Other ways of making sure that you stand out from the rest of your competitors is by addressing the actual problem of the reader. The more you highlight the issue the visitor is trying to look for, the more chances you will have of your content being appreciated by them and gaining more traffic. Also try to add in a solution so that the reader gains more interest. But you need to remember the trick of not giving it up all. You have to simply provide some information and ask question at the end of the post so people comment on your posts. This tip will give a boost to your blog following and your blogposts will start to build healthy discussions.

Write Structured Posts

Make it a habit to come up with an outline of your work first. This way you will be planning ahead what you want to convey to your BLOG-Focus-imagereaders and your content will have a more structured look. You can also try making drafts of the work that you intend to post on your website. This way you can keep adding bits of information to the draft, each day and have plenty of time to go through the content and see if you have missed out on something, or wanting to add more detail. Writing drafts will also allow you to do editing and have content that is of good quality.

Be Your Own Critic

It is also very important to be critical while looking at your own work and posting it on the web page. If you are able to look at the content from another reader’s point of view, you will be able to identify the areas in which it lacks and where you can add in or bring about improvements, so that your work is more appreciated and valued by the readers.

If you still find difficulty in posting up content that is of the desired quality, you should consider hiring a ghostwriter. This way you will have content to put on your website without having to do all the hard work.





  1. says

    Hi, Usman , Very informative and inspiring blog post, focused on reader is always the key essence of successful blog. Thanks for sharing.

  2. says

    Your comments about ‘Seamlessly Integrate Keywords in Your Content’ are spot on.

    Integrating keywords properly into an article is tricky, and not often done right. Too many people start with the keyword, then try to fill around them to create an article. This often ends up with a piece of writing that doesn’t flow naturally. A better approach is to write your article first. Once it’s complete and your ideas make sense, go back and adjust the content until you get the right concentration of keywords. I find this a much less invasive way to ensure good keyword content and great readability.

    Keep up the good work.

  3. says

    Good day! Do you know if they make any plugins to assist
    with SEO? I’m trying to get my blog to rank for some targeted keywords but I’m not seeing very good gains.
    If you know of any please share. Thank you!

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