Writing is all about bringing a message to life. But how do you know if your message is right for the masses?
The problem with most people writing blogs is that they don’t know what their message is, or why they should write. Or worse yet, they write something that doesn’t fit their niche.
I’ve seen all of these problems with my own eyes, so I’ve developed an easy formula to help you find your niche.
You must find a way to make your words resonate with your audience, whether you are selling a product or pitching an idea.
That includes putting yourself into your work. Using your own voice, drawing on your own experiences, and tapping into your own emotions.
If something moves you, it will also move someone else. So, don't be afraid to express yourself through your writing. Find what speaks to you and follow your heart.
Your words will feel more authentic to your readers if you are genuine.
Sometimes, when you’re writing something down, you might be tempted to just write about the topic at hand and forget about the audience. You might want to write down your thoughts, ideas, and other things, but you’d think about no one but yourself.
This is a dangerous mistake to make, as you’re going to lose the main focus of your writing. It’s no longer about you, and it’s no longer about communicating to your audience.
Instead, what you should do is write about the topic at hand, but also add in your audience’s needs into the mix. You’d want to write about the topic, but also add in ideas that your audience would find interesting.
For example, you could write about the topic at hand, but also add in how your audience will benefit from reading it. You could include some examples of how they can be benefited by reading it, and why they’d want to read it as well.
When you’re writing, you’re also able to think of what you want to say, but also think of how you’re going to say it. By thinking through both the topic and how you’re going to say it, you’re able to make it easier to communicate and to connect with your audience.
You should also think about how you’re going to connect with your audience, and what’s the best way to get your point across. This will ensure that you’re not just rambling, but that you’re actually communicating effectively.
There’s a lot to be said about writing, and there are many different ways to go about it. Think about what kind of message you want to send to your audience, and then think about how you’re going to get that point across to them.
If you’re able to really do that, then you’re on the right track to be a good writer.