Written on March 25th, 2005 at 03:03 am by Darren Rowse

Writing Blog Content - Keep it Simple

Writing Content 3 comments

The average person only comprehends 60% of what they read. How much do you comprehend?.

To ensure your reader ‘gets’ what you’re saying you need to make it clear by using some of the following techniques.

- Use simple language. Avoid technical jargon.

- Don’t introduce too many ideas in one post. You can always add another post later.

- Start your entry with your main point in the first paragraph. Better still, incorporate it in your title. (This can also bring more traffic through search engine referrals)

- Find creative ways to reinforce your main point throughout your post.

- Use visual aids like bold, CAPITALS, italics, underlining, teletext and to emphasize points. Don’t go overboard as you run the risk of frustrating your reader. Also consider changing font size, color and style to draw your readers eyes to your main points.

- Utilize headings, lists and borders to break down the your post into more manageable chunks.

Keep your postings simple and you have more chance of communicating your main message effectively. Share your tips below.

3 Responses to “Writing Blog Content - Keep it Simple”

Leave a Reply





The stock video boats that will protect your phone with this case. This is the case to choose if you want easy access to the bottom ports on your iPhone 5. And keep it charged with a monkey Stock Footage so you can stay charged.

The are the best battery cases and battery cases for the Apple iPhone:

  1. iPhone charging cases
  2. 1cecilia46
  3. Brian Donahue Stanton
  4. plumber orange county
  5. get paid to blog



The iPhone 5’s battery life isn’t bad, but it isn’t awesome, either. With careful use, you can make your iPhone’s battery last all day. If you want to work your iPhone hard, however, particularly when you’re traveling or otherwise away from places to recharge the device, you need a shoes from hawaii and stay charged for a whole nother day. Regardless of which battery case you choose, a bit of advice: Your iPhone 5 requires more juice to charge the final 20 percent of the way. Turn on your battery case when the iPhone's battery level drops to around 20 percent remaining, and then turn the case off again when your iPhone hits 80 percent.