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Here are 3 tips to do just that.
- Eavesdrop on your audience and listen to what they say. Read their posts. Listen to their problems. Go on Reddit. Then use what you’ve heard as insights, headlines, and content that will resonate. This is to ensure that you’ll click with your audience (also a common copywriting tip)
- Make something save-worthy. Give your audience a list of how-to’s (like this). Give them a resource they will want to keep and refer back to when they need it. Content that gets saved oftentimes get promoted more by a platform’s algorithm.
- Prioritize video. Video posts tend to perform better than text posts, picture posts, or carousels. Put your camera on yourself and give it a shot. At first you might be awkward, but don’t let this stop you.
Above all, make sure you keep your focus on what you want your results to be. These tips are general, but if you want specific results. you’ll have to act accordingly.
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If you can, start your blog post with a sentence that will make your audience want to keep reading.
“The best way to start your blog post is to start with a sentence that will make your audience want to keep reading.”
Some people feel that it’s hard to be effective in copywriting if they don’t have a lot to say. After all, effective writing is all about capturing the reader’s attention. But if you’re just starting out, it can be helpful to think about ways to generate more commentary.
One way to do this is to focus on positive things. negative comments can often be taken to heart, and the reader may develop a negative view of your work after reading a few negative reviews. So it’s important to focus on what you want your audience to take away from your post – and that’s a positive message.
Another way to generate more commentary is to break down your content into shorter, more digestible chunks.