“And what, you ask, does Content Writing teach us? First and foremost, it reminds us that we are alive and that it is a gift and a privilege, not a right.”
How many times have you sat down with a pen and a blank sheet to complete something? A multiple times, isn’t it? But have you ever given a thought as to why that piece never worked out well? Let me explain it in simpler words. The whole purpose of writing something is to grab user’s attention and keep him/her engaged till the end. But how to do that you might ask? It’s much simpler than you think. Your profession has nothing to do with your passion for writing. If you are a writer, you would automatically begin your writer’s journey.
Just follow in the 4 C’s of Content Writing as specified in the blog post and with proper implementation, you surely would achieve optimum results. You must be wondering what are those 4C’s that I am talking about right from the start. Let’s dig a little deeper into it and understand each of these properly:
This forms the base of every writing piece. No matter what it is, we must keep the language simple. Our job as writers is to ‘simplify the complexity’ not increase it. You can easily achieve ‘Clarity’ in every writing piece by taking note of the following pointers:
All in all, the content should be easily understood by the target audience. If it has a flow and it caters to the needs of target audience, you are bound to get positive results. But one question which many people fail to get answer for is: how to maintain the flow of writing piece? Follow the basic rule and rest all is good:
The more Concise you are, the better is your piece. In place of filling the content with meaningless words, ensure that you write to-the-point. As is said ‘the more ruthless you are with the DELETE key, the shiner is your content‘. Follow this strategy and keep your write-up short and simple:
It is often told: If you start a task, ensure that you complete it too. The same rule applies in the field of Content Writing. If you have begun a piece, make sure you complete it within the stipulated time. Also, it is important that it encompasses all the requisite details a user/reader might require. For instance: if you are writing a step-guide, make sure you adhere to the following pointers:
In a nutshell, the more elaborate you get, the better experience your readers would get. More than experience, it would be the connection, users will have with your blog/website that matters.
Its one of the most important C’s in the field of Content Writing. No matter which profession you belong, following and having right knowledge of rules of grammar is a must. One must follow the rules of grammar, punctuation properly and must also avoid typo’s. Mistake in any of the areas can easily confuse your reader and subsequently can also impact your authenticity.
There are endless web-links and online guides to teach you the right rules of vocabulary. But if need be, you can also keep a small dictionary or a
Having made you aware of the basic 4 C’s of Content Writing, let me take you to another important guide that would help you enhance your writing skills easily.
Before I conclude this post, let me give you one more suggestion based on my personal experience: You might find endless guides online, but never forget one simple rule: The more you write, the better you become. So, keep writing and keep inspiring people around you and the world would be soon filled with amazing writers 🙂
Adieus Amigos folks 🙂