Some English grammar can be really confusing. So, I decided to write this article to point out some grammar mistakes that cause much confusion, and also how to get them right. I’ve made all of these grammar mistakes before, which is how I got to write this post, anyway 🙂 . And now, I present to you, 9 Most Confusing Confusions in English Grammar! photo by baboon™ 1. Subject pronouns and object pronouns Wrong: He sat between you and I. Correct: He sat between you and me. I now fully understand this rule once I took an English lesson about… Read More "9 Most Confusing Confusions in English Grammar"
It’s Not Really What You Say, but How You Say It
In blogging, it’s not really what you say, but how you say it. In blogging, many topics have been written about a lot of times. But if you write that topic from a creative angle, using creative writing, with creative pictures, and creative points, that blog post is bound to go far. For an example, let’s take a look at commercials. Most commercials deliver one message: that you really should use their products. But how should they convince you to do that? By clever, funny, or stunning advertisements, of course. Here are two great examples of commercials on the net:… Read More "It’s Not Really What You Say, but How You Say It"
My Guest Post: An Effective Way to Get Blog Ideas
Searching for ideas Photo by Stephen Poff Last month, Peter Joseph made a guest post on my blog called How to Generate Blog Post Ideas in Seconds to help overcome blogger’s block – lack of ideas. Well, I was motivated by that article and also wrote a post about another effective and easy way to overcome blogger’s block, that is, blogger’s writer’s block! The post is called How to Get Blog Post Ideas – A very effective way to conquer blogger’s block! It’s just been published on my friend Gerald Weber’s blog as a guest-post-entry for his SEO blogging contest.… Read More "My Guest Post: An Effective Way to Get Blog Ideas"
How to Generate Blog Post Ideas in Seconds
This guest post is written by Peter Joseph, a 15-year-old blogger from Australia. Often when we blog, at times there may be moments when we have absolutely no ideas on what to blog about. The worst thing we can do is leave our blogs dormant. If we have nothing to blog about that people want to read then we will quickly lose readers, subscribers and worst, the grip on our blog. If you have no idea what you want to blog about next, here are the best tips to avoid this and come up with blog posts ideas in seconds.… Read More "How to Generate Blog Post Ideas in Seconds"
My Guest Post: 11 Sure-Fire Ways to Annoy Your Readers & What I’ve Been Doing
Hi everyone! How’s everything going? 🙂 My Guest Post Recently, I have made a guest post on my friend Gerald Weber’s blog. It’s called 11 Sure-fire Ways to Annoy Your Readers (Please Don’t Do This) It talks about 11 sure-fire ways to annoy your readers. Read it so that you would know what to avoid to not annoy your readers. 🙂 Here is one of the points of the post: 1. Writing in gigantic blocks of text Big text blogs are easy to get lost in. They also strain eyes and make reading difficult. Because it’s hard to scan. Let… Read More "My Guest Post: 11 Sure-Fire Ways to Annoy Your Readers & What I’ve Been Doing"
How To Blog Without a Computer
Have you ever thought of blogging without a computer? Well, whenever we write a post, we usually write using computer. But when you are on vacation, or waiting for someone, in a bus/train station, or anywhere without a computer, it doesn’t mean that you can’t blog. Instead of letting time fly, why not blog? All you need is a pen/pencil and some paper, or a notebook (not the notebook computer 😛 ). In this post, I will share with you some tips on blogging without a computer. Write points first Firstly, write all the points of your post, not details.… Read More "How To Blog Without a Computer"
3 Steps to Becoming a Better Writer
1. Write The most important step to becoming a better writer – writing! The more you write, the more you experience, and the better writer you will be. Write, write, and write. 2. Read To be fluent in the language, you must read. If you read, you will get used to the style of the language. If you read a lot, and discover a grammar mistake, you are sure to notices it, right? My writing used to be very poor. But how did I improve? I read. I read books, blogs, and articles. One day, I realized my writing was… Read More "3 Steps to Becoming a Better Writer"
When To Bold Words
When they are important When you want people’s attention When they are a title – “Why You Should Eat Slower” When they are a subtitle – “How To Do It” When you want to emphasize their meanings – “These biscuits are really delicious!” When they are a warning – “Warning: Do not eat.” When they are the point – “Moral is, do not disobey your parents.” When they are something people must know – “Put the dish in the basin, not the edge of it.” When you want to remind a person of something important you mentioned – “Remember, do… Read More "When To Bold Words"
The Best Blog Post Writer
Update 2020: This post is now outdated and archived, but feel free to read it to remember what it was like. ? Are you still using WordPress administration area to write your blog posts? If so, it is time for a change. There is a writer which is much better than WordPress. That is, Windows Live Writer. To me, it is the best tool for writing blog posts. And here are the reasons. Uses the look of your blog to write When you set up your blog in Windows Live Writer, it will detect the layout of your blog –… Read More "The Best Blog Post Writer"
Actions to Consider Before You Publish a Post
The post is done. The ‘publish’ button is going to be hit… Wait! There are still some things to do – things that would make the post better. In this post, you will learn the things you should to do before you publish you post. Check Your Post Before I hit the ‘publish’ button, I always checked for misspellings. Misspellings are ridiculous. Although most writers check your spelling, they don’t check miss-misspellings. Miss-misspellings is a word I made up, which means instead of typing bet, you type vet. The spelling is correct, but the meaning is wrong. Make sure the… Read More "Actions to Consider Before You Publish a Post"