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How To Write Engaging Content – Top 10 Tips — 10 Comments

  1. Hi there John,

    thanks for these top 10 tips to creating and enhancing user engagement on our sites. It is appreciated.

    I have been thinking about adding a forum to my site, which is easy enough in my opinion but I am unsure of the best way to go about it, be it as a subdomain or on my actual domain itself (not on a subdomain). Also I use wordpress, are forums compatable with wordpress based sites?

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website on a regular basis Derek. As you have read, adding a forum to your website or blog is an excellent way to have your readers to come back and spend time among like minded people. As you are using WordPress, it is quite easy to go about adding a forum on your website. There are some plugins available that will help you do that. If you enter “forum” to search for new plugins when you are on your WordPress dashboard, two of them will be offered and they both have good reviews. So it is up to you to decide which one you feel more comfortable working with.

      My readers would like to hear from you if you decide to install a forum on your website, so please do come back here and share your results.

      I wish you the very best.


  2. Wow, thank you so much for sharing that. Those are excellent tips on how to write engaging content. The biggest one I’ve struggled with is keeping a regular publication frequency. I have not always been consistent and I see that it does hurt my website overall by not doing that. I’ve started getting back though into a regular habit of at least posting 2 articles a week on my website and sharing them via social media. Which social media platform seems to work best for you and do you get a lot of comments from social media?

    • Thanks for visiting and for taking the time to comment on my “How To Write Engaging Content – Top 10 Tips” article Brian. You are not the only one to find it difficult to keep up with writing content at the rate of 3 or more articles a week, but the good news is that with practice, it becomes easier and easier. I have some friends who have been producing articles of over 2,000 words each and every day when they started and they became very successful in their business

      It is not easy I must admit, they probably have the skill we all don’t have, but any skill can be acquired and cultivated. Although there is a solution, that is if you can afford it, is to hire the services of a good copywriter, you can find them on Fiverr. Just make sure you ask for a free test run first.

      I have been working with social media for years, in fact I specialise in social media marketing and I offer my services on FiverrI promote on nearly 50 different social platforms and I can’t really say which one is better than the other one. Each one has its own pros and cons. I maintain huge Twitter accounts (with a total of about 200,000 real and very active followers) and I post every half an hour. Although you will have visitors on your website, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you will have comments, sales, or signups for your newsletter, these will depend on the quality of your website and content. In any case Brian, you need to share on social media whenever you write a new post and hope for the best.

      I wish you the very best for your entreprise.


    • Thanks very much for sharing you views on this blog post Amanda.

      I wish you and your family a very Happy and Merry Christmas, and the very best for your online projects in 2021.


  3. I’m so glad I found your site! It’s been an incredible resource for writing content. I’ll definitely be bookmarking your site and using it as a go-to for any future projects. Thank you again for all the help – it’s much appreciated.

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