Saturday, 1 March 2014

Writing: Are (Most) Writers Brooding Introverts?

This has fascinated me a lot. You see, back to college days, most of my classmates were brooding introvert. Reason? Well. They said they were learning writing, and to be a good writer, they had to brood over a lot of things.

“Are you kidding to me?” I asked this to a friend of mine in the college, who often put on a face signifying much of his aging were sacrificed onto deep thinking. “Do you mean writers are heck of brooding lots? Men with personality-avoidant-disorders? Sounds like they are cut off the rest of the world, aren't they, huh?”

“Precisely. But, most writers are brooding introverts. This doesn’t mean they don’t have social contacts or simply they don’t want to have them. The fact is, their passion to writing demands this kind of fealty. Introversion is not a demerit, it's helpful for such professionals.” said the friend.

“Fealty? Dude, you sound they’re killing themselves. I don’t find any virtue to be in that state of personality.”

“I can’t make you understand now. Eventually, you will get the drift.”

And, yes, he was right, to some extent.

Well, I am not an introvert, but yes, I brood, and sometimes I brood so much that I have a feel that I am under influence of introversion. Because, much of my thinking is carried out in a quiet room/place, away from the hustle bustle life of metro-city.

If that short-term reclusion to a quieter place has anything to do with me being an introvert, then you can call me introverted.

Well, I do have social contacts, but the fact is, my writing always requires me to be at peace. I can’t write anything when I am disturbed or when I am lack of good thoughts.

As a matter of fact, I have to brood over many things before I come up with a fresh topic. It doesn’t mean the moment I start hitting keywords, ideas just get scripted into a form of an article/blog. Yeah – that’s the possibility, but the output of such written blog doesn’t sound good to me.

Without much brooding, I can’t write well – that’s a fact. And, I am an ambivert individual. My brooding over writing is not associated with introversion aspect of my personality as a writer.

By the way, what do you think of it? Do you believe writers are brooding introverts?

Sunday, 23 February 2014

Content Writing: Know Your Audience

When contents are written from the perspective of promoting a website in search engines, then it is considered a kind of writing associated with SEO/Search Engine Optimization. Such kind of writing is search-engine-pleasing. This is because of the reason that much of SEO content writing is promotional-sounding advertisement than being informative for audiences/web-readers.

Having said that, audience is (unfortunately) given secondary importance in SEO writing.

Most writers do not understand that SEO content writing or any type of writing is never devoid of the one and only key thing – the audience!

I’ve got this intuitive feel that content writing has changed drastically from the last few years. For example, there was a time when SEO content writing was entirely keywords-specific. Stuffing keywords was the common practice maintained by the then writers (sadly, some still follow that trend). Now, quality is one of the most important factors in content writing.

However, I must say it’s not the quality alone, understanding audience for which a writer writes, is also very, a very important factor to consider.

Why audience matters?

If you’re writing something on the subject of health without working hard on who you write for, then believe me, that article/blog of yours will not catch attention of readers looking for an article on the subject of electronic gadgets.

To put it simply, an article on “Health benefits of eating an apple” is useless for the audience looking for “Dell Inspiron Laptop 15” reviews” OR “How to improve content writing skill”. Similarly, contents for an automobile website are not useful for the website having business in stock exchange. Means, you're not here to please everyone!

Therefore, prioritize your audience, as this counts.

Before you start writing, make sure who you write for. It will help you gather quality audiences – those, who are related to the information that you are offering through your writing. Knowing audience always makes a difference between quantum of readers and quality of readers.

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Thursday, 12 September 2013

Brevity Matters In SEO Content Writing

Ever heard of “Brevity is the soul of wits”? If yes, this adage is an optimal example to highlight the importance of brevity in writing. Gone are the days when readers used to prefer lengthy piece of writing. With introduction of online technology, there has been replacement of text books to virtual reading as most readers find this very easy and comfy. 

However, it is the brief writing that counts in the context of writing whether you write from the perspective of SEO.

SEO content writing, like any conventional writing, is to write something about particular subject. Though it is different from casual writing, what needs to understand that even this type of writing is hugely appreciated, if written in brief. If you write something in brief, you convey your message effectively. 

In addition, you manage to put forward your ideas easily to your readers. Since readers find such contents easy to read at, they usually prioritize your blog/website for more information.

How to write SEO content writing in brief?

Choose your topic – This is one of the most crucial points that you have to take into account. Choosing a topic largely involves studying your keywords about which you will write. For instance, if your keywords are, home loan, home loan eligibility, you need to give title like “Eligibility criteria for a home loan” or something related to it. So, choose your topic first.

Summarize entire contents – Just write according to the title that you've chosen. Once you are done with writing, summarize word counts. This involves eliminating superfluous words or the sentences you have added unnecessarily. Do not feel emotional while pruning your contents. Just mercilessly remove them as beating around the bush is not SEO content writing.

Following the aforesaid tips will give you ideas as to how to begin with writing SEO contents in brief. Always bear in mind that short and easy content writing is one of the most key factors in writing whether you write for SEO or pleasure.

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Friday, 17 May 2013

Best SEO Content Writing Tips

SEO content writing inherits numerous fundamental factors to essentially output compelling and search engine's optimized contents thus leading to the fulfillment of two most unforgettable objectives – readability and improved ranking. The sort of seo content writing my narrative belongs to demonstrates on-page optimization, a technique of contextualizing sentences meaningfully in conformity with target keywords.

However, the success of a content writing is not equivocation of contextualizing words neither a way of representing a contrived version of a writer's self-acknowledged paradigm as a credible source for quality writing. It is entirely the most defacto part of augmenting traffic density of a website by the dint of informatively powerful and delightful contents. 
 
Also, a website's current status-quo largely accounts to the pace of growth in the traffic influx. For example, a website with widespread online visibility is far better in serving the seo purpose as compared to the one under rudimentary stage of achieving online visibility. In other words, The New York Times website will have first priority in the result of search engines as compared to a newly designed website.

SEO content writing tips in this article entail some essential factors with their fundamental analysis. Let's read them...

Give "keyword Research" High Priority – SEO content writing involves placing right keywords in appropriate quantum without compromising the quality of contents. Keywords are undeniably one of the most imperative parts. That's why; a seo writer must adhere to the doctrine of including deeply researched keyword/s, especially those with high search ranking. Google Adwords is really one of the most feasible ways to pick up right keywords for your seo content writing needs.

Meanwhile, never be oblivious to the placement of keywords in adequate and permissible limit. Also, include one or two secondary keywords while much focus needs to be maintained on the prime ones.

Tonality Matters - In contrast to the popular and widely accepted belief that seo content writing has the chief involvement of keywords and readable stuffs, I concur, the tonality/voice is also a pivotal part of this. With tonality, I mean to emphasize the importance of voice of your written contents. Instead of dropping F bomb on your contents, writing in a friendly tonality will not only bind your target audiences but also establish your credibility as a good writer. 

A habit of sweet-toned and informative content writing is the impression of yours being an expert writer, who knows how to put across thoughts meaningfully and friendly.

Will you read my contents if it's been the worst vituperative style of writing you've ever come across?

Bowdlerize Contents If Sounding Plagiarized - Ah! The susceptibility is getting so high on me that I hardly feel credulous to the authenticity of writers who give a damn if contents are plagiarized. If not, we would perhaps be in the world of totally non-plagiarized writing where writers respected each other's ideas and give credit if need to borrow partial amount of contents becomes inevitable. Gosh! That's not true in today's virtual world.

Never be in the league of those godforsaken content writers who destroy their credibility by embroiling into the despicable act of plagiarism. If you suspect the portion of your contents are plagiarized, bowdlerize or remove them. This doesn't mean you should actually steal and edit others contents.

Since countless ideas about "SEO content writing tips" are there on the web today, a partial similarity of yours with one of them is expected. Pick up few sentences of your written contents and paste them on Google to see if contents match with any results (type "..." and put your contents in the middle of both inverted commas). This will help you detect if your contents are (unwittingly) getting plagiarized.

SEO content writing from my professional standpoint is not something to be construed as a part of normal style of writing. A SEO writer must adhere to quality with adequately supplied keyword/s. This, all in all, makes you a good SEO content writer.

Friday, 19 April 2013

SEO Content Writing Does The Word “cheap” Mirror Exactitude?

With inundation of SEO content writing service firms on the web, I don't think my revered readers need further explanation about seo content writer. But these days I have been amazed with “cheap” seo content writing service.

What does that “cheap” mean, actually?

From a client's perspective, especially the one who is particularly not aware of the reputation of a firm/company providing such service, the “cheap” seo content writing service may be derivative of “affordable”. And hey presto! That's where most of them end up being stunningly “cheated”.

Sorry! I don't mean to demean the reputation of those firms which are adhere to “cheap” content writing service. However, I have received complaints of many clients, who were really saddened/frustrated and stunned to have been treated with the “cheap” textual technique (is that right word to define the implication of mine?).

To their standpoints, impressed with good ranking and mostly the word “cheap”, the clients outsourced their seo content writing project to one of such firms. To their surprise, they continued receiving fairly good writing service for some times, but gradually the quality diminished and eventually they (clients) started receiving something worth calling as trash.

What did you deduce from the aforesaid explanation?

That the word “cheap” should not be trusted at all? That the word “cheap” is like the notice board lined by two x-shaped bones below a skull with message “danger”? Most importantly, does the word imply that “not all that's written with “cheap” is cheap at all”?

If you think like that, then you are right. You read my mind :)

A piece of advice -

Don't fall prey to “cheap” when it comes to hiring a firm providing seo content writing service.

Make a good research before you ensure yourself that the “cheap” mirror exactitude. This means, you should ensure if the firm is providing seo content writing service that is quality and affordable.

For God sake, that's your money friends! Invest it wisely.

Hopefully, next time you encounter with such a situation, you would remember my humble advice, and would do some researches to ensure the exactitude of your seo content writing service firm with that of word “cheap”.

Friday, 5 April 2013

Tonality Matters In Content Writing

How often do you consider tonality being one of the most vital aspects of your writing? Perhaps, you may have not paid attention to this, the fact is, the voice of your writing is as much vital as making it informative for your readers.

I have my own personal experience that most written contents fail to entertain readers because they do not sound friendly to readers.

When you write contents, you must be careful to the tonality. Whether you are a novice or an experienced content writer, things do matter when the tonality of your writing is not friendly. You may have noticed that most bloggers do not have huge readerships as their blogs sound esoteric and unfriendly.

The tonality of your non-SEO or SEO content writing (if you write professionally) should be professional, to the point and pleasing. Do not write with impression that only moderately literate readers read articles on the web. In fact, there are plenty of well-read readers who read and assess your writing ability. They also analyze the voice of your written contents.

Informative and sweet-toned writing accords to the discretion of your potential readers.

If you include foul words in your writing, you should better abnegate this. This is because of the reason that not all the readers, especially the ones hungry for quality reading, welcome such piece of writing. You may have seen many written contents stuffed with these types of words. Did you like them?

Why don't you imagine yourself to be in the place of your potential readers you write for? That will help you understand the voice of your own written words. That would also help you make necessary rectification to the contents, if they sound senseless and unfriendly.

You are also advised to read out your finished article. This is very useful as it will help you understand the tonality of the article.

How to ensure that the tonality of written contents is friendly or nasty?

Proofreading is an essential tool to ensure the nature of tonality of your written contents. It can help you detect tonality as well as grammatical inaccuracy (if any) of your written contents.

Words (written or spoken) always say something. A writer must be familiar with contextualizing sentences that sound meaningful and friendly. If they sound vulgar or irrelevant, you will make a wrong impression for your readers as a writer. You will probably demean your credibility as a writer for your potential clients as well.

Therefore, do not underestimate the value of tonality while writing. This is very important. Good tonality means, you are respecting your readers while sharing your ideas with them.

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Thursday, 4 April 2013

Content Writing: Mind Your Language!

When writing a content, do you realize how important it is to mind the voice of your written contents?
Unfortunately, there are a lot of writers, who obliviously ignore this vital aspect of writing, as they believe it to be irrelevant or they are genuinely are not aware of the tonality of what they write. However, a content writer should never be careless to the voice of the contents and always make sure that their written stuffs sound friendly and informative to readers.

Anything said or written speaks of something that may be representative of your ideas/concepts. When you write, you translate your ideas for your readers. When the readers read your piece of writing, they deduce the essence as per the quality of the contents. Here, what matters most is that the voice of your written content should not be vulgar or imposing. This is bad as most readers do not take such things for granted.

As a writer, you should always mind your language while writing on any subject or topic. Do not think that informativeness is the essence of quality content writing. It is also your voice that is contributory to strengthen your potentiality as a writer.

If you happen to be one of the writers who are obsessed with including foul words in their writing, they unwittingly demean their credibility as a good writer. Moreover, if you are writing from professional viewpoint, your client/s will never welcome contents that sound senseless and vulgar.

How would you react to my writing, if it sounds overbearing and insulting to you?

There are significantly a large number of writers who are found of dropping “F” bomb on their pieces of writing. This is very bad. It is worth-abnegating as not all the readers appreciate such pieces of writing. It is very essential of you as a writer to ensure that the tonality of written contents is very friendly and informative to readers.

Therefore, whenever you are to write something professionally or personally, better stay away from using words that may stir unsavory reaction from your potential readers. After all, nobody wants to be browbeaten.