Sometimes I find it very difficult to keep up with my writing. This blog definitely keeps me in check, but some days I create better content than others. It’s going to be incredibly difficult to write meaningful blogs or articles every day, but it’s easy to do so on the days that you’re motivated. So, you may have a poor low-quality blog to high-quality blog ratio, but you can still reach a large audience if you make that ratio work for you.
When writing your high-quality content, you have to write in such a way that you get your point across while making it readable. If I open up a blog that’s more than 7 paragraphs long, I already know that I will not get through it. I don’t have the time, patience, or focus to read something so long. Keep your blogs short, witty, and to the point.
You also want to focus on what people like to read. What is the formatting? Does it include more or less illustration or visual element? Is it more sarcastic or more literal? Who are you appealing to? These questions will help you define how you get your point across and how to do so in a way that will get you the most reach.
The reality of being a writer of any kind is that you’re going to fail. You will fail ten thousand times before you experience one blip of success. The best writers don’t let their failure phase them. They write not because they expect fame or recognition but because they are passionate about their ideas and believe they’re worth spreading. That genuine love of what you do is also what will truly appeal to your readers. It’s hard to hide a lack of love in writing. If you’re spirited in what you say, your audience will feel your fire and feed it back to you.