You’re not funny. At least, that’s what you tell yourself.
And who cares anyway? Readers don’t come to your blog for laughs, right?
They come for the information.
Because blogging’s about being useful. It’s about understanding your audience and helping them achieve their goals and dreams. It’s about giving them the information they need to get where they want to go.
So that whole “being funny” thing is for the birds. Right?
Actually, if you think like this, you’re missing a big piece of the puzzle.
Being a successful blogger is not just about being a teacher…
It’s about being a performer.
Your content must do more than just educate. It must entertain.
And while using humor is not the only way to make things more fun, it’s certainly one of the most effective.
If you don’t learn to entertain while you inform, your readers will find a blogger who can.
So, are you ready to rescue your content from the classroom? More
So simple as to be, well let’s be honest, completely useless.
Because if you knew the secret to writing consistently popular posts, you’d already have a popular blog. Right?
But instead, you approach each new idea with a gnawing trepidation.
You quietly hope that this might be the post that finally rockets you to Internet fame, but it’s all you can do to suppress the creeping fear that people will completely ignore it – or even ridicule it.
The problem is that nobody – not even the A-List Bloggers – knows how a post will be received until they click publish. And even the top dogs understand that they are just one underwhelming post away from a raft of unsubscribes and a flurry of premature – but strangely prophetic – rumors of a fall from grace.
But there is a way to give your next blog post (and the one after that and the one after that) the best chance of being your most popular to date. More