I've been writing my blog for a little over a year. I post and write each day. Sometimes, I experience some writers block, but rarely, I've found that if I adhere to these seven ideas, I can create distinctive content consistently. There are a lot of blogs that talk about "quality" content, just what is beyond description. I've yet to find the definition for "quality" content that does not define it with the notion that it has to have to be "quality" content. What constitutes quality content to one person may be insignificant to someone else, but to me, the term doesn't mean anything other than correct spelling, correct punctuation, impeccable grammar, and a fluid style. My company falls into the self-reliance industry, and it is a simple niche to write about since I can relate the majority of my life experiences to it. My approach to blogging can be summarized in the following seven rules I've found that I follow mostly on instinct. 1.) I write for one individual, it's not possible to write pieces that are interesting to thousands of people , while accomplishing my objective. Abraham Lincoln said it best by saying "You can please some of the people some of the time, but not all the people all of the time." For more detail please visit>>> https://forbes.li/ https://techtimes.uk/ Therefore, I try not to please everyone all the time. For instance, my most recent blog post, which I posted this morning, is based on the Volcano eruption in the Philippines, Mount Mayon. I was in the islands from 1970 to 1973, I was in the Navy and the ship I was stationed on was called the port Subic Bay. The blog is written in the memories of a small child who was around 10 years old at the time. He was riding a water buffalo along the roadside. He was dressed in no clothes clearly very poor. I imagine him age 50 today. I try my best at being able to relate to the struggles and struggles of his journey. Compassion is an integral part of my writing. He is the most significant aspect of the blog and there are thousands of people just like his in the world. to my mind, everyone can relate to the blog. They are all online today and they're crucial. I try to respond to every comment as quickly as I can and it's also important. 2.) I pick one word to begin with and begin to build on it, and then I read all the time, throughout the day. Through that reading, I will come across many topics that are popular with people Each of them is made up of words, often hundreds of them. Of the thousands of words I will pick one. I will do a mental exercise on word-to-word relationships, often in the mornings, while in bed, (while being in the "no-zone, no getting up, no staying in sleeping area) I will consider every word I can connect to this one. Each of them is susceptible to being part of, or even the primary word in my keyword or perhaps my primary phrase. Through this thought process, I also generate suggestions for blogs that I could use and sometimes the blog I planned to write is put on the back seat because of coming up with ideas for blogs that are with that keyword that I believe I should write first. I don't take on more than one idea at a time. in a single idea at a time. I'm not an expert at multi-tasking. A large portion of my work is "homesteading", so if I chose to go with the term "ice cream" it would allow me to write a variety of blogs before I could figure out the process of. The ability to conjure up key phrases can create opportunities for other blogs. For example, if you choose the word "making homemade ice cream from scratch" It is possible to start the blog series with the idea of creating an ice cream farm for your milk cow. This could be a blog. Certain words are more straightforward than others, such as weather catastrophes like the word "weather disaster" can be written by themselves, while others such as the salamander's DNA will require a lot of research and investigation for me. Nearly any word can be used depending on your understanding of the subject and your desire to research it. This is the most important element. I've found that humans are fascinated by everything and if you doubt this, look at the search terms you are using to search for anything on the internet, more than likely, millions of websites are included. 3.) I don't pay focus on the word count. That's not what I'm here for. I'm here because I enjoy writing, read, and reflect on people and the world generally. I've written a few blogs that were 800 words long perhaps one or two. but I haven't written anything less than I remember. I've written a number of blogs that exceed 2,000 words, but most of them are within the 1200-1800-word range however, I'm not a fan of word count and I pay no focus until I'm completed. When I allow the quantity of words to take over my writing, that I am doing myself a disservice, when I you write a blog that is not great and I force words, I have discovered I can transform it into a terrible writing piece, and it is possible to turn a fantastic blog into a poor one similarly. I've never seen that the reverse is true. I write until I'm done writing about the topic forced words seem to be just that, forced. It's like playing music, (I play guitar) If the music piece is written in the "C" scale and I finish it with the "F" cord for example it doesn't sound finished and leaves the person listening (or musician) looking for it to be completed by the "C" chord or note. This is what's meant by the performer telling members of the band that they must "bring it on home now". In this instance the moment a person is exhausted, it's time to move on to the next one. it's a natural conclusion If I write longer, I am going to be lost. 4.) Then I refer to my company's "mission statement" to orient my blog , and after all I'm trying to get visitors to visit. I've always believed in a mission statement. I will not copy and paste it on this blog because it is of no value. The objectives of the company are outlined in a document that can draw my attention back to the fundamentals of the reason I began an enterprise, and it's the most important thing. It is also an affirmation of who I ambecause, it was written by me it out of curiosity and thoughts about what I would like to achieve through my work. If you don't have an objective statement, perhaps you should. Writing it gave a fresh perspective on how I think about my role in my work. 5.) Write for people, not search engines. My primary goal is always people, in the end, on the other hand of what I write on "notepad" is a person who is reading it. That's the most important thing. Apart from adhering to the shrewd requirements of major search engines such as SEO, keywords, and writing original content, there's nothing else for the major players and due diligence can go far. I don't cut and paste any content, I never even use hyperlinks, but I do use quotes when I need to refer to an article. I ensure that I have three sources available prior to writing my blog, unless I am aware of all the details about the topic, (boy it will be the case one day) I've made that mistake before and was found out for a piece of incorrect information. It's not enjoyable. When I read and research I ensure that the information I'm absorbing is up-to-date unless I'm writing an historical piece of work, which is often the case, look up the date of the article. most of the time, if it's more than a few months, it's history. I must know the distinction. 6.) I don't pay focus on making money, I believe that when I do my due diligence and write my own good work, the money will be there, it will always come. I do not want to portray myself as being an egoist, but it's much simpler than many people think. My personal opinion is that if a person's sole focus is money, they're in danger, look on Facebook and you will see that greed seems to be causing them to fall. I have a grandchild who I worked with who started an online music blog. He published two blogs and wanted to know when he'd start getting paid. (What you're thinking are my exact thoughts, holy cow.) I don't advertise often but when I do, it may be for one item, I don't want to be the subject of an endless sales pitch and therefore I do not sell anything. Many blogs do, but I don't go through these. If I do make an advertisement, I do so with the word Link however, it has to be a product that is directly connected to the article I composed. For instance, if I've just written an article about knot tying, I could include a link with the following note "This Link is to purchase 50 feet of handmade natural fiber rope." When I sell something, I'm upfront and transparent, so when you click on that Link you are aware that before you click that link you are being enticed to buy something.