How To Know If Your Blog Provides QUALITY Content To The Readers?

Maintaining content quality is one of the blogger's first priority. No matter what post frequency you choose for your blog. We often get to read about the term 'quality content' every where around. Did you ever realised about the content that YOU deliver to your readers? Is it in line with the needs of your audience?
How To Know If Your Blog Provides QUALITY Content To The Readers?

Its extremely important to realize that the time and hard work that you pour into making content for your blog, is going to the right place. And to know, if you're not wasting your potential? Whether or not your content will help you getting traffic? Are your readers really loving what you deliver to them?

These are few questions that we all need to ask our self before putting in sweat and tears. How would it feel after 6 months of hard work in building content for your blog and still not getting considerable traffic? Nothing can be worse than that. So i believe its wise to decide for your self that whether the stuff that you throw up to your readers is what actually they want.

A quality content for another blog may be a total rubbish for yours. So in this regard, i decided to put down some of the factors that i believe would help us determine the 'quality of our blog content'.
How To Know If Your Blog Provides QUALITY Content To The Readers?

Before we start out, you may get through the 18 Common Blogging Mistakes That Kill A Blog

Test #1 Preaching Solid Points

Its always a good idea to judge your content as a reader. Once you're done writing out, read it yourself. Apart from the correcting the formatting and grammatical mistake, you would get to know the flow of the post.

Also, you would get to know that if you succeeded in shouting out the points that you aimed for. Personally i like to keep my blog posts in the form of short questions, bullet points etc. This helps the reader to get a clear cut view of the layout of the writers mind.

Make sure that you jot down the key points that you wish to talk about in the post. Jumbling them up, wont give your content an authoritative touch.

Test #2 Call To Action

A quality content always has some kind of 'call to action or actions' involved. Its not always about mentioning something at the end of the post (like asking for comments, subscription request etc), but short questions (in the form of conversation) could be asked with in the content. This helps to maintain the level of attentiveness in the reader and doesn't let him get bored.

So stop for a second and judge your content. Do YOU think your blog articles are involving? Do they bore the reader? Is it serving the readers purpose?

Test #3 Serving Out The Purpose

You may call it 'the content that is in line with the readers need'. Have you ever come across such comments where readers would say something like:

Thanks a lot! I really got what i wanted. You are the best!.

Such comments are extremely motivational for the writers and they succeed in the aim that they set before writing out the particular post. Every single post that we write aims to provide something to the readers. If you succeed, what better could you dream of?

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Test #4 Photos/Videos

Quality of a content can be judged upon the use of media (relevant photos and videos). Its the matter of how we convey our message to our readers. Sketching the same thing in the readers mind with the help of 1000 words is not better than if we could satisfy them with a single picture or video.

No one has enough time to read the mighty junk of words that we write. Our aim is to give out the MOST in least time.

Test #5 Experience Share / Personnel Touch

What good does your blog provide to the readers if its pointing out the same thing over and over again that is already been discussed by thousands of bloggers out there. The subject may be the same, but the writing style and the personnel touch is mandatory.

How To Know If Your Blog Provides QUALITY Content To The Readers?
Think for a second that whether your blog posts shows you as a totally different individual in the blogosphere? Or you write out the same stuff in your own dry words.

Share your personnel experience (maintaining an informal language) in the posts works the best. Even though there are so many things that we could mention out here, but i believe these 5 are one of the most important to judge the quality of the content.

You may like to read the TOP 25 Must Read Blogging Tips For Successful Blog

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