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    5 Ways To Make Your Blog Stand Out From the Crowd

    This is a guest post by David Walker who blogs at David. If you would like to write for NiharsWorld, check our guest posting guidelines.

    Creating a blog is one thing, but creating one that tops them all is something entirely different that takes hard work, determination, and valuable insight as to what will actually help get you to the top.

    The competition is becoming more and more fierce these days due to increasingly large number of bloggers out there. If you want to make it to the top, you’re going to have to make your blog extra special.
    5 Ways To Make Your Blog Stand Out From the Crowd

    Here are some tips to help make your blog stand out from the crowd:

    1. Write Better Content

    When it boils down to it, you simply cannot have the best blog if you don’t have great content. This is the single most reason why visitors come to your blog in the first place. They don’t care if you have a cool new plugin that spins around in circles if you hover over it, all they care about is the information that you have to provide them. You can worry about showing them fun little toys and trinkets after you provide them with the original and captivating information that they are looking for.

    2. Use a Creative & Organized Layout

    Another critical aspect to creating a blog that will help yours outrank the rest is the idea of providing your readers with a user friendly, well organized reading experience. You want to keep all of your content laid out in the most convenient and easy to read way possible. Everything should flow nicely together so they aren’t forced to jump all over the place in order to find what they are looking for. Keep it simple, keep it convenient.

    3. Don’t Make It Spammy

    Have you ever visited a website or blog and got blasted with advertisements the moment you hit the first page? Not fun. Chances are you probably jumped ship the first chance you got right? This is probably what your readers, or ex-readers, are going to do when they visit your blog and see the same type of setup. Do yourself a favor and keep the advertisements to a minimum. Spammy blogs never prosper and neither will you if this is the road you go down.

    4. Provide Incentives

    Do you feel more invited and welcome when you’re local grocery store offers you discounts or other incentives for being a frequent shopper? It’s kind of nice knowing that somehow, somewhere, you are actually pretty important for someone?s business. That’s exactly how you should make your readers feel. One way you can do so is by providing them with extra incentives for visiting your blog, such as holding a drawing in order to give away something of value. This is one effective tactic that can help your blog stand out from the rest.

    5. Add Convenience Features

    Providing the highest level of convenience to your readers is another great strategy that you can used to make your blog better than the competition. One way of providing convenience is through the many different features that can be used to help your readers find what they are looking for. Search functionality, guided navigation, archive listings, category breakdowns, and many others can make your blog easy to use and very handy for your readers.

    Your Tips?

    I have provided five tips here to make your blog stand out but I expect you have plenty of your own. Please share them in the comments below so we can all improve our blogs and take them to the next level!

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    1. Navin says:

      Thank you! David, its a well written article. I appriciate it. Actually some points i took seriously and try to follow them ;).

    2. Lately I am seeing a lot of bloggers use toobars at the top or bottom of their blogs and I don’t think they help very much but block information. When providing content people need to take a minimalist attitude and make sure content is clear and without distraction besides a little image or two to break up paragraph monotony.

    3. I dont agree to your 3td point.
      I see generally all tech blogs are covered with lots of advertisements

      How advertisements can lead to not stand blog out of crowd?


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