So useful content is king, and we need to provide it consistently. But how? And what if writing isn’t our strong suit? I always find that writing tips, guides, and productivity hacks score high in the interest scale of ProBlogger readers. These were the five most-read posts this year.
1. 6 Lessons in Writing Irresistibly Magnetic Blog Post Headlines
We all know headlines are what can make or break your post: if your headline sucks, people just won’t read. This post has six ways to nail it, every time.
Tend to waffle? you won’t after reading these super-easy tips.
3. How to Repurpose Your Content (and Why You Should do it)
Darren gives us a hefty post filled with great ideas on ways to take what you’ve already written and package it anew. A very effective use of resources.
4. 15 Quick and Easy Productivity Hacks for Busy Bloggers
We all waste time – Pooja shows us how to cut out the crap so we can make the most use of the time we have.
5. In a Blog Slump? Here’s what to do
When you’ve lost your writing mojo, everyone is succeeding but you, and you feel like throwing your laptop out the window – these are my top tips to get back in the game and feel the love again.
So what about you? I’m willing to bet you’ve slumped at least one time in 2014. What was the best writing tip you picked up this year?
Stacey is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama (cat pictures welcome!).