How to edit your blog post perfectly?
Don’t you just hate it when you reading a post and it’s just not organized!!
Well, I do as well and I think most of us feel the same. Don’t you think?
So, today in that post I’m going to tell you what should you do for a perfect editing and an organized post, like how important it is to plan before you write ?
So here’s how to work for a good start..
Plan Before You Write:
Planning add professionalism, it could be useful, even if they are kept in a brief, to remind you of important points that should be covered in your blog post. Try not to put too much details into your plan. Use keywords and phrases, make notes of important references and species names that should be included in the final essay. The plan is to serve as your reminder of what will go into the final essay and in what order.
You are not ready to start writing until you have a plan.
Avoid Blog Editing While Writing:
Are you writing slowly because you’re editing while you write?
This is some practical advice on how to break this terribly destructive habit. Writing back then, people used to develop the practice of producing a sentence and then going back to edit it, immediately. The game usually went something like this:
- Write sentence #1
- Edit sentence #1
- Write sentence #2
- Re-edit sentence #1
- Edit sentence #2
- Re-read sentence #1 and discard piece of writing and start over again
And so it goes..
This start-and-stop habit could be slow and painful that will frequently discourage you from writing at all. Here are the reasons to stop the blog editing while you write.
Note: We’re not saying here that you should stop editing, of course. We’re simply saying that you should do it later.
Don’t Agonize Over Making it Perfect
Don’t over think it!! If you keep thinking how to make your post perfect you will end up with a messed up post so the only thing to do is to follow your plans and creation, unless you want your focus to go over nothing then focus on your article and will be just perfect.
And remember that over thinking kills your creativity.
Preview your post and formatting:
No one likes an ugly blog post. And it’s not just pictures that make a post visually appealing it’s the formatting and organization of the post, too.
Author: Marry Maher Kamal
hpa| Digital Marketing Trainee