What Makes Superior Blog Content?

Posted by Neville on January 19, 2011 under Blogging | 2 Comments to Read

In an article at APSense, reproduced by Allan Haastrup, there is a very comprehensive explanation of what makes superior blog content. The original article, by Dr Lant, has several useful tips for writing like a pro. Read the article HERE.

From that content I have taken the notion that a great blog post is both timely and timeless.

This agrees with, and builds on the the idea of Pillar Posts that I first came across when doing the Blog Mastermind course by Yaro Starak of Entrepreneurs Journey. Both of these bloggers have concluded that a blog needs posts that have quality content and they outline how to produce that quality in their blogs.

Another point made in the Original article also tells that a blog is a dialogue, where the blogger and reader are having a conversation. You can take part in that conversation by adding comments on this blog.

Did you miss the post on this blog about copycat blogging? That is visiting other successful blogs and looking at how they do it well. And then doing some of those things in your blog.

Why not go back a couple of posts to the copycat blogging post and add your comment to tell us what is a great blog.?  Then we can all visit it and use it to learn how to blog effectively, and maybe copy some of the things they do?

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  • freewordpresstheme said,

    thanks your share! apsense is good site

  • Maria Pavel said,

    Hi Neville,

    Excellent post about Blog Content, great idea! I totlly agree with everything mentioned in this article. Especially ‘Another point made in the Original article also tells that a blog is a dialogue, where the blogger and reader are having a conversation’, this is 100% true. Thank you very much for sharing!

    Best regards,

    Maria