If you are going to write a blog post that people will want to read, it will depend greatly on the audience you are writing to.
For most people, you would not want to be too technical or too detailed about a product.
However, when writing to an audience of scientists or technicians, you would want an article with the technical details about a product.
Before you start to write a blog post, you should know your audience. Here are seven ways to write a blog post that people will read.
Remember these are just blog writing examples, you can start a blog about anything you can think of and people will read it.
1 Product Review Blog Post
In this blog post, you share your experience with a particular product or service and give your opinion about its quality and value. They usually cover what the product is, what it does (or supposed to do), and has pros and cons about the product.
This blog post gives the benefits the product has for the user (or the lack thereof.) It is best for the reviewer to have first-hand experience with the product, whether it is purchased or borrowed.
If this cannot be done, the review can still be done through research – customer reviews, complaint boards, forums and other reviews, but you must be very careful NOT to be biased.
2 Write A Blog Post On Niche Report
A blog post for online marketers, the niche report is an excellent informative element in the monetized website. These reports are not necessarily monetized, but they can be. Here are 6 ways you can make money from your blog.
The main purpose of the niche reports is to give visitors an idea of what a certain niche is, what its potential is and gives them ideas on what niches to go into with their campaigns.
Niche reports add to the quality of the professional website that promotes, for example, business training platforms, products, and services.
They are an enhancement and highly useful because most novices in the online marketing industry have difficulty with niche selection.
In some instances, you will have a product, such as a piece of machinery, that would engage your audience if you give information about it, such as how it works and how the customer would use it.
Another way to put it is an “Instructional Blog Post.”
It gets your audience engaged by getting them to see themselves using the product.
Another type of product this works well with is produce – seeds, farm animals, and so forth.
This gives the buyer some insight on how to care for the product. In the case of machinery, this should not be confused with the Technical Blog Post, which is covered below. Check on tips on creating technical blog posts here.
4 Comparative Review
If you are familiar with the older Sears Roebuck’s catalogs, you couldn’t help but remember the “Good, Better, Best” of a particular product.
This gives the reader a choice on the quality and cost of a product and allows them to choose the one best suited for them.
Remember that you should not create a blog post with more than three choices as this would begin to confound your audience and it would have adverse effects.
This type of post is highly effective when you have a product that comes in different qualities and pricing. Here is an in-depth review of a program that taught me how to work online.
5 Technical Writing
For an audience of scientists, specialists, and technicians, what keeps their interest and more likely to respond is the blog post that features graphs and technical data, for example, computer programmers like to see programming code examples.
Do not write this type of post to a general consumer audience as most would not get it and you would lose them.
When writing to a technical audience, you will need to know the material as your audience sure does!
6 Storyline Blog Post
One of the most engaging types of writing is the story. People love to hear stories as it invokes imagination and curiosity.
A blog post like this often leaves out an element that produces curiosity and mysticism in the reader and encourages clicking on the link to learn more.
This tactic is used in other forms of blog posts, but works best with a story and should not be used in reviews and most of the other types of blog posts discussed here. Use the storyline blog post sparingly as too much use will have adverse effects.When writing a book report, this type of blog post is often used!