How to Spot the Weakest Part of Your Blog Post (and What to Do About It)
I’m sure you’re aware that there are countless other writers musing about the same ideas you are, and in similar ways.
Of course, the goal of a typical first draft is to transform your scattered thoughts into a cohesive article that explains a topic to your target audience.
But why should readers choose your content over another writer’s work?
If you don’t take the time to revise your rough draft in a way that shows you are an authority, and that you have a solution that isn’t available anywhere else, they won’t.
S,o to help you narrow down the sections of your blog posts that could use improvement, in tomorrow's post Stefanie Flaxman will share eight common weaknesses in drafts and quick and easy ways to strengthen each one.
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