You would stimulate blog content for your customers. You dream of wanting to connect with a highly engaged audience.
Your readers will be stimulated with what you write and samples. But the reality is quite another because at this moment you feel that your content is not transmitting anything to your readers.
And you start to ask many questions…
Does it make your articles any impact among people who read it?
You’re not alone. Most bloggers are struggling to get a reaction from your audience and these readers are not aware of it.
After all, when it was the last time you hear someone says? …
Man, I’m so excited right now I’ll sit and read the article of your blog…
Readers are looking for someone to do them out of their lethargy. And if your blog can not do that, simply they will give up and go find another blog.
Why is it essential that your content offers readers something special?
You have to know this already…
The best content is what makes readers sit up and take action.
Just read and read the long content is not treated, it is once read the visitor leave your seat and actually do something and take action.
But have you ever you wondered what state you can find a person who converts his intention into action?
Do you think it is simple curiosity? Or perhaps contemplative silence? Or that is blissfully relaxed?
Of course not!
They need to receive positive energy and feel powerfully energized. Due to the action requires energy.
If you write articles, this should be your work as a writer, not only to direct your readers in the right direction but also give them the energy they need to get moving.
So your writing should be like a dose of caffeine liquid pumped directly into the arm of the reader.
Let’s see 13 actions in your content so that your readers feel motivated
Action # 1: Draw them with a question
Imagine the scene … You’re back in your high school, in class I dislike. You sat in the back of your class and your mind is elsewhere. You are dreaming of pretty girls or at that party weekend or even in the lunch menu. But suddenly you hear your name (perhaps for the second time) and you realize with horror that the teacher is asking you a question. Yes, you. Everyone is watching you. You are surrounded by smiling faces. The teacher repeats the question. And then your mind wants to find an answer… This is a great device for writers as well. Ask your readers questions that require them to think.
What is your number one goal as a blogger?
Who is your ideal reader?
What sets you apart from the competition?
If you focus at a given time to ask questions when you write, this will make your readers feel up straight in their chairs, to forget about distractions and your brain is busy.
Action # 2: Lift up the volume
You must call attention positively on people, but … what should you do to make it happen?
It notes, right?
Raise your voice. You scream.
But “Watch out!” “Hey you!” “Help!”
And if you’ve ever cried (if only your mother) know the effect.
It’s like a bolt of electricity.
And, while “serious authors” you can frown at her, like a blogger who calls attention or scream your readers occasionally, while this is a positive place.
No more excuses!
You are not broken!
Stop checking on FACEBOOK!
Of course, as in real life, you should use this sparingly; otherwise, it loses its power.
But I used occasionally, there’s nothing like turning up the volume a bit to raise the heart rate of your reader.
Action # 3: Lower your voice like a whisper
Imagine you’re at a party is in full swing. Dozens of conversations intermingle. You have to speak loudly to hear you. You want to share a private joke with your partner, so you lower your voice and whisper. And … what happens even amid all the chatter? For people, you have heard. This is because that whisper has casually appeared in a moment of silence when they stopped the noise of people.
When people hear a whisper should think that is exactly the reaction you want to get as a writer.
So try to strike a tone of complicity…
You must make the reader feel that you have to say is for your ears only, for example with phrases like:
“I probably should not talk about this now, but …”
“I have never shared this with anyone before …”
“Do you want to know a Secret?”
And if you doubt the invigorating power of using this type of action, just go online and see the techniques used by some celebrity blogs.
Action # 4: Plant a bomb with a clockwork mechanism
In screenwriting is often called the ticking of a clock. It is the catastrophic event that will occur if the character is not quick or smart enough, a bomb, or a nuclear meltdown or death by decreasing the oxygen supply or just get to the church on time before she marries another man. And although we know that everything will go well, our hearts are still in my throat until I know for sure.
As a writer, you can use an “urgency” to create the same effect…
- It describes the negative moment will occur on the horizon of the reader if immediate action is not taken.
- Tell them what soon will happen if you do not change your eating habits, if not begin to save money or if they keep delaying this difficult conversation with your spouse.
Because when the reader is convinced that every second count, this puts them at a greater state where the action becomes almost inevitable.
Action # 5: Leave a trail in your message
You know how some writers do wait for the valuable things… You can get half your latest content and have not yet learned anything new. It’s like a restaurant you have to gnaw a recess for an hour before finally being served with the main course. And it is tedious. This makes you angrier rather than encourage. So when you write, make sure there is a valuable nugget of information every few paragraphs ….
- There is a useful tip
- A pithy quote
- Valuable information.
Keep your readers’ attention to what these keep reading your content. As soon as you have read, and they will be thinking of the next article, that’s why the articles or entries in a list work as well. They are like a trail willing to offer consistent and good content, waiting to make the reader read.
Action # 6: Scare them with loud noises
Sometimes it is not even necessary to notify someone using words increases tone to get your attention. A noise works just as well.
“Boom!” “Bang!” “Crash”Pop!” “Pow!” … All these words make specific sounds in the reader’s head.
So use words that evoke noises to move your reader from their slumber.
For example…. “But you follow the link and … BAM! You can hardly read the content because the text is so small that it is obliged to zoom to find it. ”
Action # 7: Make laugh
Laughter releases endorphins, which is a chemical brain’s pleasure. Get enough endorphins in the minds of your readers and you will experience the so-called “high euphoric.”
Would you want your content to your readers to leave floating in the clouds?
- If you like this then you should use humor in order that your article is more pleasant.
- That exaggerates a little comic effect. He talks about something absurd as if they really were. Try the impossible.
Being funny is hard, but even if you have little content online, even if you try to cause a slight smile on your desktop, the simplest and comic device will make your visitor is connected to your information.
Action # 8: Tell a dramatic story
What is one of the highest praise that can be given to tell a story?
To attract, right?
If you hear an exciting story makes it’s glued to your seat.
Is not that how you want your audience to be when they are reading your content?
Who are glued to their seats, their faces practically glued to the screen, as you gobble your valuable content?
So that tells a dramatic story.
Of course, not all have had these extreme events in our lives, but the drama can be found in the smallest of moments.
All that drama says there is much at stake and that the outcome may be uncertain.
But it does not have to be a matter of life or death. It could be the success and failure in balance. O pride and humiliation.
However it is created, the drama increases pulse rate as a sip from a can of Red Bull.
Action # 9: Wow them with a little common knowledge
Who does not love surprising facts like these…?
- Elephants are terrified of bees and have a special vocalization for: “We must flee”
- The largest prison has a society in itself and no guards inside the walls. The prisoners elect their own leaders, make their own laws, they get their job and can even live with their families.
- Koko, the gorilla who learned sign language, once lied to his coaches blame a kitten to crank or start a sink wall.
The use of little-known facts and data gives your readers the excitement of knowing something others do not.
Of course, surprising facts related to the blog topic can be difficult to find, so you may need to carry out your own research, or talk to someone who can provide inside information. But the effort is usually paid.
An easier way is to reveal a surprising fact closer to home. Citing figures and relevant data can leave your readers with open eyes and a hotbed of new knowledge.
Action # 10: Give them a thrilling ride
It is no coincidence that the search for emotions goes hand in hand speed. Race, jump height special … Everyone has to get going faster. If you can give more speed to your writing, readers will end your content with beating heart.
But how can this be achieved with mere words?
- Take your reader on a whirlwind tour of a very large topic.
- Or give them a long list of short points (like this one) that is easy to consume at high speed.
- Or post a message with catchy captions, compact and short paragraphs copies in order to take the reader from the beginning to the end like a rocket.
Action # 11: Tell it like it is
It could be a demonstration of the tough love of a close friend or an unexpected discovery that samples the world in a brave new light. But the stark reality is that you consider it as a new challenge unplanned.
Sometimes as a writer, you have the responsibility to initiate some difficult conversations with your audience. So do not be afraid to tell your reader some hard truths. Although your readers may not agree or disagree in which you are indicating to them at any given time, be yourself and apply for your sincerity and support.
Action # 11: A hypnotist
Have you ever heard of a hypnotist at work?
Or have you listened to a CD or MP3 about self-hypnosis?
The expert hypnotist uses a witty language to induce a trance and does not deliberately specific suggestions:
…And as you go deeper, you can become aware of certain thoughts or feelings, either now or later you can begin to realize that these thoughts and feelings begin to fade into the background as you go deeper…
Of course, as a writer you want to create the opposite of a passive trance, so use the opposite of hypnotic language.
Use vivid words and concrete concepts. Make your meaning clear. Make your reader’s imagination with brilliant images and precise ideas lights, and see how your brain is buzzing with possibilities.
Action # 12: Have changed the scenario
Imagine yourself on a long train journey, hour after hour with an unchanging landscape. It makes you close your eyes and start to feel sleepy, is not it?
Then imagine a trip where the landscape is constantly changing. Forests are followed by lakes and these are followed by mountains. Sure you’d be glued to the window; you do not want to miss what’s coming next.
As a writer, you can learn from this by giving your content a varied and diverse landscape…
- Collate short and longer sentences paragraphs.
- Use bold, italic, block quotes and subtitles to add variety.
- Using the visual content, not just stock photos, with screenshots, diagrams or embedded videos.
Keep the landscape varied input your blog and your reader will remain energized until the end of the trip.
Action # 13: Commit to your readers
It’s 3 in the morning. A moment ago you were asleep, but something woke you. Did you hear a noise outside? Or was it a dream? The same, again! Is there anyone in your house?
In one or two seconds you’ve gone from being asleep to be very awake with your heart pounding hard. Nothing fits and woke up as much as fear. We are integrated us to fight or to flee. And these responses require us to be fully awake and alert.
So use your content to channel your reader’s darkest fears. The artists fear that never find an audience for their work. Businessmen fear that their big idea will be a catastrophic failure. Parents fear their children will lose in life and end up in jail.
What do your readers fear above all things?
Take this and give your readers answers to the fears they have.
How are you going to give your readers the sound they crave?
When we see that someone is committed to its content, what do you think or see?
A reader with wide eyes and savoring each phrase and reacting positively to the content, heartbeat by heartbeat, every new idea or a robot with eyes that plods through your words, with just a hint of emotion…
The truth is that if you want to be the avid reader, not the emotionless robot, thinks need to gain their trust. Show your reader the right direction is not enough. You should also give a boost of energy to take those first important steps. Check out these 13 ways to boost your content and decide which you will use to animate your next post.
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