Last updated on March 3, 2018
Last updated on March 2, 2018
I am so glad to introduce yet another young, upcoming and intelligent student blogger from the land of India. He is Vashishta Kapoor of VashishthaKapoor.com. Since he wrote an interesting note about himself on this page I do not want to add anything more to it.
Thank you so much Vashishtha for your valuable time here with my readers.
We Wish You All Success In Your Upcoming Projects in particular and as a wonderful blogger in the days ahead!
All Good Wishes from Philipscom
Philip Verghese Ariel
Over to Vashishtha…
How to write Evergreen Quality Content Every time?
Every newbie Blogger in the blog-o-sphere is wondering about the exact meaning of quality content and the content that makes sense. Writing a long article in your first language means half the battle won while switching to a second language is always an obstacle in writing skills and accuracy. Everyone is comfortable in his first language. And via blogging, we converse with our audience, not with those lifeless search engine bots. So, writing quality content becomes the essence and something that makes sense also becomes the part of your writing.
Today, I will be trying to bring you closer to the actual meaning of quality content that makes sense. I am going to tell some ways to improve writing skills as well.
The first thing a beginner blogger faces is “What should be the language and what must be the style of his writing.?”
The answer is “Be what you really are. Neither tries to be over smart nor be like the average joe or a baby of five. Be realistic.
And What Best Personality says
According to Harsh Agarwal, You should write in the usual manner as you transfer words with your friends. As this newcomer, Vashishtha has completed his primary studies from Hindi Medium School, his writing skills are not like those professional bloggers, but he is trying to improve them as much as he can.
Idioms and Slangs put more stars into your words
Idioms, phrases, and Slangs always keep the reader reading your articles till the end. And these doses of a few words catch the attention of the reader very quickly and simulates him to read further with more interest.
Necessity of Grammar and Spellings
Even if you’re a past master of writing and literature, you may do some grammatical errors or typos because “To err is human.” I myself admit that I make many errors in my words. The top-notch way to avoid these grammatical errors is “Installing Grammarly browser extension”. Little grammar issues are disappeared up to the time where your words still make sense in which you actually wrote them.
SuperCharge with Multimedia
Making infographics is not a hassle now.
Please visit following few relevant posts on this line HERE And another one by Mi Muba the well-known money blogger from Pakistan. He describes well the creation of many kinds of infographics. (How to make infographics of these 10 unique types?)
Recognize the type of your post
Before writing your post, you should specify the nature of your post. Either it’s a case study or a Review. Whether it is an Interview or an Informative tutorial,
The recognition of your content type helps in writing the outline of your post and this gives you ideas about the headings of your post. Heading ideas help in increasing your content’s length.
Use Best Possible Synonym to make sense
In English dictionaries, one word has more than one meaning in a different sense. It becomes very important to include the exact words to explain your thoughts and message via words. Poor use of words can confuse the reader, which often results in less traffic.
Give your words a Strong base by conclusive research
Either do a survey on the topic you’re going to write or ask your friends to conduct a debate on the concerned topic. The best way to come with a conclusive research is “Ask the question in communities/forums of experts” because everyone likes an expert’s advice. This tactic helps me a lot writing in-depth articles.
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