106 responses

  1. Kellie
    September 13, 2010

    I am getting ready to launch my blog about fitness and dieting. Your posts are so helpful. This is really insightful because I never considered the 8th element until now. Thanks!

  2. Laurie
    September 20, 2010

    I loved the session you did on blogging for Karon Thackston’s online copywriting series. Very good information that I am trying to incorporate into my blog posts:-)

  3. Ian
    January 16, 2011

    Hi Lynn

    What a great post I Hope it was ok to print out as I’m using it to help me write for my Quantum Leap Business.

    In your first paragraph you mentioned a webinar I clicked on it but could not get there is there another route.

    See You in the forum

    Ian UK

  4. Marty Saposnick
    January 30, 2011

    As a relatively new blogger, I feel comfortable about providing content that’s unique ane on topics that I have significant experience. I appreciate you’re advice regarding the signature and PS.

  5. Brett
    March 30, 2011

    Lynn,
    I’m curious about something? I notice that many people such as yourself and sugarrae for instance, typically write longer posts, by longer I would guess they are mostly over 1000 words at least. Meanwhile Brogan and his friends write much shorter posts but post with more frequency.

    I didn’t notice any mention of suggested word count in this article.

    It seems there is a fine line in being rich in content and being readable by visitors, especially when you’re a “newbie” like myself. It seems as though if you load the post with content for G benefit you miss out on some visitors who are just scanners as opposed to readers.

    What is you suggestion for a newer blogger in terms of length and frequency?

    • Dan
      April 8, 2011

      I personally think that the post length does not matter. If the content surpasses the readers expectations and provides a real value, it doesn’t matter. It is sort of like a great song. Some great songs are short, some are long. But either way, they are still great!

  6. Martin
    July 8, 2011

    Even after so many years on the net i still see people that don’t know how to pick a proper title for their articles. And it amazes me how thick they can be. I always try to place myself in the shoes of the reader when i write, that way i can partially understand what my readers prefer. And it’s obvious that a boring title will not bring readers, because even i wouldn’t click on it.
    I always emphasize on this part when people ask for advices about writing.

  7. Ed
    September 4, 2011

    Hi Lynn

    Just wanted to say that I really liked your tip on adding a PS at the end of a blog post. It’s a habit most people forget to include which really helps to personalize a message. I use it as well and it does make a difference in getting people to respond.

    Best wishes!

  8. Floyd Andrews
    October 10, 2011

    Well said, Lynn! The 8th element in this list will definitely keep the visitor in your blog for a long time. Entertaining people with good content is one of the awesome achievements that a blogger can get.

  9. Bill Gassett
    December 14, 2011

    Outstanding tips Lynn! I think you have about ten seconds to catch someones attention when they reach a webpage. You need to make sure the page is very eye appealing or you will lose the reader real quickly. After appearance the content and of course SEO need to be top notch as well.

  10. Michael Martinell
    January 22, 2012

    I like your idea regarding the use of the PS to break up your end and to reinforce the call to action for your reader. That tip went on my list for future blog entries.

    Thanks!

  11. elsa
    February 2, 2012

    hi lynn, this is really worth reading. And I like your idea you posted in here. I do write blogs but I never think the elements of writing blog post not until today. I’m so grateful to google which I found your beautiful topics.

  12. Andrii Rabiniuk
    February 26, 2012

    How brings readers and makes sales? Write post:”How to write a blog post that brings readers and makes sales.”. Joke:)
    Good rules. I know some top authors have the same post’s directivity. Rules are always different.

    p.s. add to favorite(7)

  13. Mark Harbert
    March 2, 2012

    Lynn, great post my friend. There is one thing you said that really stuck out to me, and that is where you stated that we need to give our readers what they want!! that is so key. sometimes I think we forget that and are constantly righting what we want and forgetting about our audience. Quality content for them will spur sales and create a buzz. Great post Lynn! Love your blog by the way! :-)

    Mark Harbert

  14. Randy Jeffers
    April 9, 2012

    This is an excellent article. You get my vote and Iโ€™ll bookmark this weblog right now :)

  15. Angie blankenship
    May 15, 2012

    Just getting started and really need to succeed. Thanks for the info and any future info. I am going to get started by using your blog and techniques.
    Thanks

    Follow @ blank_angie on Twitter.

  16. Gaile Spalione
    August 10, 2012

    I’m so glad I found your site on google. I read this post and it really helped me a lot. I am going to start using your 7 steps to writing my posts instead of just writing freely. I am very new to internet marketing and started my blog while learning, so I am making mistakes along the way. I also like the signature at the end. I’m going to do that too! Thanks for great content.

  17. Taran
    September 16, 2012

    Nice info for me.You have written such a great article.Thank you very much.

  18. Heru Prasetyono
    January 22, 2013

    Great topics with great points. I agree with those 7 elements and I always consider them when I start to blog. Thank you for sharing this great topics.
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  19. Linda Todd
    January 31, 2014

    Thanks for this post and the other links to use content. The education is much warranted. I see where I need changes and will implement going forward. This is an educational post.
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  20. Tj Shoesmith
    May 31, 2014

    Thank you for this. I am trying to write a blog post each day and this is a useful list to work from. Your advice on writing the post last really works.

  21. Lynn Terry
    May 31, 2014

    Thank you so much for the feedback! If you enjoyed this post, be sure to see my weekly training modules at: http://www.clicknewz.com/9376/blueprint-for-online-success/ – a great post to read next. ๐Ÿ˜‰ *cheers*
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