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Five Reasons Why Blogging Improves Your Writing

Are you having your own blog? If yes, do you somewhere feel guilty about writing for your blog rather than working on something which you consider more “valuable”? If you don’t have a blog, have you thought of to begin with? Perhaps we’re not sure whether it would be worth the investment of time and energy.

Great!!!!! Five ways that starting your own blog, or continuing writing the one you already have, can improve your writing.

  1. Habit of writing daily

Writing every day really is a good habit to establish if you are serious about writing ambitions. Blog posts are to be short and can be online as soon as you’ve written them: it’s easier to write daily on your blog than to keep eyes on stories and articles that may not be published for ages, if at all.

  1. Quick feedback lets you know how you’re doing

Are you writing truly for yourself, then don’t need any feedback. Most of all, though, feels that a piece of writing is  incomplete until it has a reader.

Here what best things about blogging you found is that not only is publishing instant, feedback is too. As soon as your piece is online, readers will start posting their comments, mailing you, or even linking to it from their own blogs. You’ll come to know when your writing goes good when you’ll star getting positive responses. Negative feedback, or none at all, will boost you to improve your style, might need to work over it, or that the content of your piece may be boring, existing or over-done.

  1. Biggest motivation is Having readers for your work

Do you have days when you sit down to write … and stare at the screen for months before giving up in frustration? Sometimes aren’t “in the mood” to write. When you feel like writing, though, you’ll get words easily. Knowing that people are reading what you write is a major boost – something you can only admire once you’ve experienced it. Even some days when you’re feeling not so inspired, the thought of your readers can be enough to get you writing.

  1. Boosts writing skills

Writing regularly for a blog means your writing will upgrade – both as you react to reviews, and as you learn how to draw effective sentences and choose appropriate words. If you already wrote a blog, look back at those posts. Do they make you cower, when compared to your present writing?

  1. An ideal medium for experiment

Sometimes, one might want to try out a new form of writing.

A more understanding, elegant and poised style, using the rhythms and tempo of the English language to present a piece of writing into a art form.

Depicting a whole story, article or even a book in a new art style could be a big risk – what if it doesn’t work? A blog post, on the other hand, is quick to write and even publishing is free: if it fails, guys you’ll not lost much. Blogging gives you the azadi to experiment, to try out something new.

Impotance of Blogging