Guest post by Stella Lincoln
No matter how talented you are in your genre of writing, but at the end of the day, you are a human being. So naturally, you are prone to make mistakes. But you can’t afford to leave these errors unaddressed if you are writing professionally.
Following are some tools which can play a vital role to provide your content with a perfect look.
Grammarly: This tool is proficient at detecting whatever small grammatical errors you have unknowingly committed in your text.
MHR Writer: This is a tried and trusted tool to make your sentences fluent and understandable. It indicates you the structures which might prove to complex to an average reader and you can alter them accordingly.
Guide2Write: Through this useful tool you will go through multiple writing pieces written in different styles. By carefully analysing that diversity, you can also write content in various engaging methods.
Videos And Pictures Are Key
Pictures are recommended only if they are high-quality ones. Otherwise, they leave a wrong impression on readers. Remember, the images should not stray away from the relevancy of the content. When it comes to videos, it should be a must inclusion. Videos give you a great chance to rank yourself higher on Google.
“In the online world, make videos or perish” – John Zampa, CEO at Premium Jackets.
Currently, videos are the pinnacle of their popularity, and the rise of this medium is also beyond any shadow of the doubt. As a matter of fact, 93 per cent of users agree that videos should be created on a priority basis.
Make Your Posts Central To Answers
Make no mistake. The majority is looking for answers to their questions on the internet. The most significant advantage of writing answer-centric posts is that keywords naturally flow. You don’t have to fit them organically. And if still, you find it challenging to locate keywords in your posts, then probably you are targeting the wrong audience or answering the wrong questions.
Compose Catchy Meta-descriptions
A catchy meta-description keeps sending you a decent number of audience. The reason is meta-descriptions are what people read first to know what actually lies inside the post. So, a good meta-description is always specific and to the point.
Don’t be the kind of writer who invests a lot of time compiling good text but can’t spare a few minutes to meta-description. This is grossly irresponsible and might as well send all your hard work in vain. Try not to stretch your meta-description beyond 150-160 words.
Stella is a single mom having two cute daughters. She is working as a marketing manager at Academist Help. Stella writes on the topics related to marketing on her blogs at Educator House. She has an extensive following on social media. Stella loves pets and likes to enjoy beachside with her daughters.