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How to make your blog posts Seem better



The content of your blog is what makes it special, so you want to make sure that everything you put on your site—whether it's a list, two sentences, or an essay—looks good. Here are some tips for making sure you're getting the most out of your writing.

Use subheadings.

Subheadings are a great way to break up the text, organize it, and make it more readable. They’re also helpful for readers because they can help them scan through a post quickly.

Subheads can be both descriptive (e.g., “Why I love This Blog Post”) or actionable (e.g., “What You Need To Know About This Topic”). If you want your readers to know what each subhead means right away, use bold text with italics in the first line of your subheadings—this is called an eye-catching element that helps draw attention to itself and get people reading!

If you have lots of information in one section without much extra context around it, try adding some bullets underneath each sentence or paragraph so people know exactly how many words there are before moving on: Use numbers instead of letters if possible; otherwise, just add spaces between sentences when necessary so long as those are still readable at small sizes like mobile devices do best these days anyway :)

Write short paragraphs.

A short paragraph is easier to read. When you write a sentence that is too long, it's possible for readers to get bored and lose interest in the content. Readers want their content to be easy on their eyes so that they can absorb as much information as possible in one sitting!


A short paragraph is also easier for someone else reading your blog post who does not speak English as a first language or has trouble understanding complex sentences (like me). If you have multiple points being made in one piece of writing, try breaking them down into smaller chunks instead of lumping them all together at once. You'll find that this makes your writing more digestible because there's less information being thrown at readers at once—which means fewer distractions from what matters most: what YOU'RE SAYING!

Use bulleted or numbered lists.

A bulleted or numbered list is a great way to visually separate the important points from the not-so-important ones.

It’s also helpful for making it easier for readers to skim over your content, which can help them get through large blocks of text faster.

Bullets and numbers make it easy for readers to scan through your blog posts so that they don't have to spend too much time reading every word before getting down to business (or even taking a quick break). They can also be used when you want people who are skimming through the text on their own devices (like smartphones) but still want some visual cues as well.

Break up your text with images.

One way to make your blog posts look better is by adding images. Images can help break up text and give readers something interesting to look at while reading your work. 


You can use images as an illustration of a point you are making or as a visual aid for breaking up long pieces of text into smaller chunks.

  • To explain complex topics in plain English, such as technical jargon or scientific terminology

  • To illustrate how something works, like showing how an app works (e.g., the iOS interface)

Create a custom graphic to go with each post.

  • Use a free image editing tool like GIMP (or Photoshop) to create your graphics.

  • Use stock image websites like Unsplash, iStockphoto, and Pixabay to find images you can use in your blog posts.

  • If you're not sure where to get started, try using Google Images or Pinterest as starting points for inspiration—you can even use their respective search engines!

  • Using photos that are already on the internet is another way of getting creative with visuals without having any technical knowledge about photo editing software or stock photography sites. Just follow these steps: Googling "I need this photo" will give results from all over the world; just make sure they're high-quality pictures before uploading them into an article on your blog!

You can make your blog posts more attractive and readable by following some simple formatting steps.

  • Subheadings

  • Short paragraphs

  • Lists (bulleted or numbered)

  • Images that break up the text, such as a photo with the title of your post and some text below it in parentheses. If you're using images to break up long blocks of copy, consider creating a custom graphic for each post that goes along with it—this will make your blog posts look more attractive and readable.


Now that you’ve learned some basic formatting tips for your blog posts, you’re ready to start creating great-looking content! We hope these tips have helped you create more readable and attractive blog posts. Now go out there and write some awesome content!


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