A lot of people write. Several posts in online. Yet only some really make sense.
Let’s set aside the external factors. For a while,forget about the notes,the likes,replies and re-blogs of a text post. Let’s get into the core- the essence.
Irregardless of any post’s length,or even the style used in writing,nor the tone of the writer,the most important thing to consider in writing, whether it’s an essay,an informative article,a narrative or an opinion must be the idea. And as always the standpoint or standpoints must be clear enough from start to finish.
The most basic thing to make sense with text posts is to have an outline first. This will help you organize your thoughts in the most comprehend-able manner. Likewise,that simple outline of a short introduction,followed by a systematic body,ending with a brief conclusion can also surprise the writer himself, after being so convinced of what he had actually written. Same thing will also raise you bar in terms of writing and appreciating text posts.
Secondly,in order to make sense,focus on where you’re heading to. Drive the readers to your points,yet always try to be objective through presenting the other sides of the issue. It’s always better to be direct to the point as possible. Yet it’s also fine to elaborate certain thoughts,but not being going around the bush.
Moreover,in order to make sense,always be reminded that you have to share anything worth-reading. It can be an excerpt of personal experience,some pieces of advice and thoughts,or an advocacy,a standpoint,or a trivial matter from the past or even current issues and news. Remember dear,people in this world are so busy,and to spend little time reading a not-so-sensible post will just disappoint them.
To sum things up, writing must not just be simply writing. Just like any other things in this world,it must always be done with heart,mind and sense. In doing so,this will not just re-define you as a writer,yet will actually characterize you deeply as an individual.
I rather write once with sense,than write all the time with none.