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Creative Tips To Write Stunning Articles — 12 Comments

  1. I could defiantly use the tips here, since I feel my posts and pages on my site are a little boring, I try to keep them simple, but that also lead to unimaginative things. I know my articles need to be longer, but it is hard to make them that way, but I hope this can help

    • Hi Kevin, I know from experience that with every blog you write, you increase your skills and before you know it, you will type out blogs with over 1000 words without any effort. Keep on practicing. And I truly hope my blog will help you with that. Have a great creative and productive day. Kind regards, Loes

  2. My checklist for writing usually revolves around writing in a first person mode – it is natural and it seems more like the way a relaxed person would talk. I also pay special attention to word count because in my experience it doesn’t matter as much as you think it does (a good article is just that regardless of length). What do you think of these angles?

    • Hi Chris, thank you for your comment, I will try to answer your questions. It depends, which subject the article is about, I do think the about me page should be written in the first person only. I do see about me pages written as: Loes is a mother and daycare owner, and Loes is… etc. That is definitely not the correct way of presenting yourself. I do not agree about your statement of the length of a post, it is proven that the bare minimum length should be 300 words, and the worth of the post is increasing enormously in the eyes of Google when the length is above 750 to 3000 words.
      300 = bare minimum,
      500 = a bit better,
      750 = better,
      1000 = good,
      1500 = excellent,
      2000 and more = fabulous.
      Above the 3000 words you need to be a very gifted writer to keep your reader entertained.

      I hope this makes things a bit clearer for you.

      Kind regards, Loes

      Admin Loes

  3. Hey Loes first off I have to give you a big round of applause for how you have your 12 creative tips post set up. I’m loving the way you explained everything in your tips guide and it will for sure help me as I’m on my journey to working from home. Thank you for sharing and Happy Holiday’s!

    • Hi Jaime, thank you so much for your enthusiastic applause, much appreciated! I wish you also a very nice Christmas and all the success in the world for 2016! Kind Regards Loes

      Admin Loes

  4. Great Tips Loes. I always write when inspired, sometimes it will be after taking a nice walk, having a nice conversation with an inspiring person or even about ideas gotten in the shower. I don’t force it when not inspired or not feeling it..

    Thank you,

    Hana

    • Hi Hana, thank you very much, we all have our ups and downs when it comes to writing content, glad you liked my article, I wish you a lot of very inspiring moments, kind regards, Loes
      Admin Loes

  5. Great post Loes! I really like the slide show you used at the beginning which I later realized when reading through your post were the images you used. I’m going to have to look into that Slideful program, I have some ideas for that.

    Yes writing an effective blog does take more than just writing words down on a page. Though your thoughts should flow naturally there is a certain structure and guidelines that will help to make the blog stand out from all of the rest currently on the net.

    Thanks for listing these tips for us all. It should definitely help many.

    Robert

  6. Loes,
    You do have a creative writing style. Your tips are straight to the point. I do like the way you bubble your words in the pictures.
    The smart links are something I always have to remind the new people about, if your site is closed the readers will not come back.
    I have the problem of just writing sometimes without any feelings in it. It is just boring to read.
    Very creative tips for the beginners and for the veterans of IM.
    John

    • Hi John, thank you for your reply. When you write something, just imagine a cuppa coffee and a good friend sitting beside you. And start writing as if you are telling him something. (put a picture on your desk and talk;)

      Glad you’ve enjoyed it here, you are very welcome to come back anytime 🙂

      Loes

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