When learning how to blog it's best to focus on what appeals to your readers in terms of your presentation as well as your subject matter! The point of the following discussion is how the use of metaphors can radically improve your writing by improving the way you present content to your readers! As most people know metaphors are simply comparisons or analogies used to help people better understand the points we're trying to make! If you can't successfully make your point then the content you compose is NOT doing it job!

Let's examine 3 ways in which you can improve your writing on your blog through the use of metaphors!

Reader Involvement

With the use of metaphors when composing blog posts, you are better able to establish some type of common ground with your readers! Although you may be the one offering the suggestions or comparisons, it is their own personal experience most people use that makes this tactic so effective! By making casual metaphorical references within any content you've composed you are automatically 'enlisting' the involvement of those who view it! This is what you want and need in order to keep people reading and why it will improve your writing as a blogger! Consider this strategy to be more of an 'aid' for those who may have trouble understanding what it is you're trying to tell them! This is NOT a reflection on the intelligence of those who come across anything you wrote but simply a way to 'draw' them deeper into the body of your content!

Appealing to Array of Senses

People are like fingerprints insofar as no two are alike and that also goes for the way we prefer to absorb information! Through the use of metaphors you are now able to appeal to an array of senses such as smell, taste, hearing and of course visualization to help your readers better digest what they're reading! Our senses ALL hold powerful memories that we can call upon for learning, reminiscing or simply processing information! When blogging you'll want to use as many means as possible to keep people reading and on your blog to increase the chances of their return in the future!

Message or Point Delivered

The ultimate objective of anyone who blogs is to develop a large and loyal following but to do this your readers must enjoy what you post! Taken one step further, for people to enjoy what you've posted they must fully 'consume' your content! When this occurs they are likely to look for more updates you've published and this is the first step towards them developing a loyalty for your site! Obviously it stands to reason if people fully read and comprehend what you've written that the point or intended message was indeed delivered! The thing about any type of content is that if folks do NOT get the intended message, the time and effort placed into creating it is totally wasted!

When learning how to blog your primary focus needs to be on how to improve your writing to increase the enjoyment of your readers! Oh sure there are plenty of tasks you'll need to identify just to maintain the site but your readers will always be your #1 priority! The discussion above points out how the use of metaphors can really improve your writing in a way that boost the enjoyment of those who view what you wrote! This 'style' of delivery helps people better understand the points you're trying to make by using 'real' world comparisons! Since creating content often involves much time and research, doesn't it make sense to do what you can to be sure you get your points across clearly? By NOT taking measures to further engage your readers is much like trying to catch flies with fly paper that has lost its stickiness, metaphorically speaking of course!

Author's Bio: 

TJ Philpott is an author and Internet entrepreneur based out of North Carolina.
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