Why Bloggers Should Write Using a Conversational Tone

https://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/improve-your-writing-with-a-conversation-tone/This is a sponsored post from Write Pro, which focuses on using descriptive speech in their writings. Two people actually wrote this post – another writer wrote the majority of it, and I wrote the last section. I’d appreciate it if you would read the whole thing and then answer my question to you at the end!

Blogging is the most effective and efficient mode of marketing upcoming and established businesses and brands. Businesses today, who are aiming to make their presence felt online, are steadily collaborating with influential bloggers, popular blogging sites, and online publications to have them and their offerings promoted in the most direct way possible, making it reachable to everyday internet users. Since blogs are a great tool to connect with people faster and more effectively, it is important that these blogs boast a more conversational tone that immediately grasps on to the attention of the readers.

What Does a Conversational Tone Do for Your Content?

If you thought a formal tone makes you sound serious and informative, it does, but then where does it lead you? Not far. The attention span of a regular individual is as low as it can get, presently. Why should they give your content a part of their precious time unless it is both valuable and interesting? Here is where the role of the conversational tone becomes imperative. The conversational tone is enriched with a few characteristics. These include: Read More

Dear Reader, Please Tell Me About YOU!


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Dear Reader,

I want to know more about you.

I’d like to know what you do, where you blog, what your business is, if you have children and/or pets, what you might need help with… whatever!

Tell me anything you want!

Just leave your reply in the comments.

I really do want to know more about you. Why? Two reasons:

1. I’m genuinely interested in knowing who is reading my blog, and how I can help you in the future.

2. I’m going to be revamping my site soon. Getting a new logo, installing a new theme, deleting some old posts, etc., and I want to make sure I’m serving you properly.

I would also like to know:

  • what you like about my blog
  • if you find value in my posts
  • what you like BEST about Wording Well
  • what you want more of
  • what you want less of

and whatever else you want to say!

Feel free to include a link to your site, too. 🙂

DON’T BE SHY. DON’T EDIT YOUR RESPONSES. Heck, if you don’t want me to approve your comment (make it visible for everyone to see), then tell me to delete it after I read it.

I just want to dialogue with you! I’ll respect your wishes, too. 🙂

I look forward to getting to to know you better!

Talk to you soon!


P. S. The kitten is Midge. She’s my baby, now that my son is grown!