One of the biggest mistakes new bloggers make involves the style in which they write their posts. What usually happens is a new blogger will write the way they were taught in high school English class – formal and in third person. However, what these new bloggers fail to realize is that blogging is not about being formal.
It’s about being conversational.
When you blog, you should be speaking directly to the reader. And that means writing like you’d speak. Sure you don’t want to sound like an uneducated fool, but you also don’t want to sound like each blog entry is a research paper.
With that in mind, here are a few grammar rules that it’s okay to break when you’re blogging.
Sure your high school English teacher won’t like you messing with her grammar rules, but consider this: is she your target audience?
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