Every experienced blogger has a business voice. A unique set of skills, experiences, and writing style they use to help their audience get the most out of their content. The challenge is that many of them do not know how to express their differences on the web. Instead, they aim to blend in, and not bring their excellence to their prospective clients.
That is a crying shame, because this is a vital component of writing content in today’s ultra-competitive landscape.
The problem is that most bloggers do not even know if they are going to keep on writing when they timidly write their first blog post. With all of the other demands, they are not ready to develop their voice.
Instead, they just want to appear intelligent to those who read their content. The problem is talking like everyone makes you sound like a whinny Read More→