Writing Styles for Bloggers
Expand your Blog’s Influence with Better Blog Posts
Writing Styles for Bloggers
Expand your Blog’s Engagement with Better Blog Posts
Are you in a blogging rut?
Are you a new blogger just starting out and need guidance on writing blog posts?
Are you an experienced blogger wanting to improve your blog's content?
Improve your blog posts by learning a variety of writing styles. Vary your blog posts to engage your readers and keep their attention longer. Readers want variety and interesting content, so give them what they are looking for by improving your blog posts.
Bloggers with better writing strategies publish better blogs.
- Do you get stuck writing the same thing in every post?
- Do you need inspiration and motivation to keep your blog interesting?
- Are you looking for something interesting to do in your blog posts?
What will participants learn from this course?
- What the five different writing styles are
- How to use these writing styles for blogging
- Why varying blog writing styles improves a blog and engages readers
- Examples of blog topics for each of the writing styles
If at the beginning of this course, participants may be uncertain of how to use different writing styles in blogging. But as you watch the videos and read the lessons, writing with variety will come clearer. By the end of this course, participants should have no problem using all the writing styles in their blogs.
Start the course right away and follow each lesson in order. By the end, participants will be capable of writing all five blog styles on their own.
Imagine If . . .
Your blog posts were more interesting.
Your readers were more engaged with your website.
Your blog posts helped your readers solve problems and achieve their goals.
Start the Writing Styles for Bloggers course today, learn different writing styles to use in your blog posts, and improve your website content right away.
Having spent the last two decades in school, both as a professional student and as an educator, my passion for education and learning is boundless. After many years of studying, I hold undergrad degrees in Literature and History and Master’s degrees in Writing and Communication, Educational Leadership, and a Master’s Certificate in Creative Writing.
Most of my writing is instructional nonfiction and curricular content to support novice readers and writers. I absolutely love creating courses and thrive off of hearing that I was able to help someone work through a challenging situation and return to the creative path.
Writing poetry and novels is a pursuit I share with my family. When my kids were little, I wrote each of them a book series around characters they invented. As they grew, I wrote books to fit their changing interests. My daughter once asked me to write about a character named Lily, who as my daughter described, “Wore a yellow dress, beat up the bad guys, and flew a rocket in space.” I happily complied.
Besides teaching and writing, my other love is nature. I love Nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the winter and make a point to get outdoors even on the really cold days. In the summer, I am either lakeside getting ready for kayaking or hitting the road to go camping. Nature is my church, my therapy, my happy place. You are welcome at my author site at patriciamartinauthor.com