[Blogging Mindset] How To Make Them Fall in Love With Your Words

Admit it. You want your words to matter. You want to be admired and respected by your readers. You want your readers to fall in love with your words.

Well, let me tell you a secret. Words are beautiful when they make the reader feel beautiful too.

But how do you do that?

Well, read on to find out.

Smart is sexy, alluring. Knowledge is intriguing.

If you want them to fall in love with your words, give them interesting facts. Give them stories. Offer them insights into business, social media, art, psychology, or history.

Don’t teach, don’t preach, don’t try too hard.

Write about the things you know well in a way that someone who’s just now learning for the first time about those notions can understand.

Write with the confidence that what you write about is fascinating, and your readers will be fascinated.

Write about the things that they can do to become just like you, and they will fall in love with your words.

Don’t condescend. Don’t belittle.

Quite simply, give your readers a push in the right direction. Gently. So they can aspire towards and achieve the same success as you.

Readers expect a lot out of you as a blogger: wisdom, knowledge, how-tos, and inspiration.

But if you can give them these things, they will keep coming back to you. Again and again and again.

And being loved and adored by your readers will make you beautiful too. And don’t you want that? I bet you do. And I do too.

So here’s to you, dear blogger. And here’s to the beautiful people. And here’s hoping that by reading your words we feel a bit more beautiful too. And smart. And successful.

We are counting on you. Don’t let us down.


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29 thoughts on “[Blogging Mindset] How To Make Them Fall in Love With Your Words

  1. Very wise words, I couldn’t have said it any better. As a blogger you should definitely be a expert at what content you provide, otherwise you’ll leave your readers confused and uninterested. Have fun, show off your skills and mostly interact with their responses and always give a thank you for any follow and like. As it shows your gratitude and they’ll feel appreciated.

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  2. The universe pushes gently to all we need for success, so why won’t we? As George Leonard asserts mastery is a continuous process with much ado. The winners never came to win but to participate in what they always did

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  3. Thanks, Cristian 😀 you rock.

    In this blogging journey, some might discourage themselves (I know I do at times) because there’s no real… certainty that you are on the right path.

    Your words help in those times.

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  4. I like what you said: “Don’t teach, don’t preach”. I write what I’m learning about because learning excites me. I hope this excitement comes through in my writing. If you’re passing on information the reader doesn’t already know, how is that not teaching?

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    1. Because teachers share information they think YOU need to know, while those who don’t share information THEY find fascinating. So fascinating, in fact, that they’d want everyone else to know about it.

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  5. Your words are very beautiful! I think that we sometimes forget that blogging is more about sharing, then showing off.
    You have magic in your hands! Use it for the best, mak as much people fall in love with the words that could be there most beautiful thoughts! I am excited to read more!

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