How to Improve 5 Important Skills by Blogging

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advantages of website building

Advantages of website building.

Do you know what they are?

Guest author George Thompson discusses the advantages of website building.

By the time you’re done reading this post, you’ll know how to use blogging to boost your skills in writing, technology, analysis, design, and communication.

In an interesting twist, George blames the university system for the failure of bloggers to learn writing, technology, analysis, design, and communication prior to becoming bloggers while still in college.

He even blames schools for the failure of blogs to get off the ground.

George starts with the advantages of website building.

Are you ready?

Why Are Blogs the Perfect Learning Environment?

George Thompson

We cannot deny that our recent years in school were reduced to writing essays and research papers.

Teachers’ expectations:

We need not only to be able to research the topic and remember facts but to select words beautifully and correctly in order to formulate and format documents.  

Unfortunately, this is not a skill that most students have, so it comes down to the fact that we must first develop these skills.

By the time you’re done reading this post, you’ll know the advantages of website writing, thinking, design, and communication skills.

Advantages of Website Writing

Your writing skills improve

The advantages of website building include improving your writing skills.

How to develop writing skills:

You can get good grades by hiring a decent essay writing service.

Or you can try to improve your skills yourself.

Did you know William Shakespeare is one of the most famous writers of all time, yet he never had formal training?

How to learn to write and improve your skills and become more successful:

Blogging can be incredibly useful.

Bloggers become the best analysts because, in order to write a strong text, you need to understand the scope of what you write and formulate thoughts more accurately.

  • How blogging improves writing skills

While some people believe that writing is an entirely creative process, we insist on the fact that it is mostly the skill that can be developed. We are all able to write sentences and can express our thoughts.

So the only thing that defines a great writer is that he can write more cohesively and logically. Hence, you need to enhance some skills on the way to becoming a skilled writer yourself.

Write better by writing more often. Make a plan and write and search for new words and their meaning on a daily basis. Over time, you will get the hang of picking out clearer words and expressions by using sources such as Thesaurus.com or online dictionaries; you will be able to write better.

To do this, you need to read a little more, not be afraid to look for the meaning of words, in order to understand better what to use in what situation.

Eloquence will help you to be more convincing, which is useful in both training and career.

Your technology skills improve

There are many advantages to website building.

The advantages to blogging include:

  • Your motivation improves

If you have a blog, you are motivated to keep abreast of the latest technology developments.

For example, you become familiar with Google Trends to search for new topics so that there is something to write about.

This is incredibly helpful in finding resources for blog post articles.

In addition, you become familiar with social networks for blog promotion.

Your analysis improves

Often bloggers are faced with criticism and opposing ideas.

Readers will comment, support, or deny your ideas. It can be quite difficult at the beginning, but if you use your blog as a platform to improve your discussion skills, you can get the most out of blogging even with hate comments.

Again, this will improve your analytical skills and help you consider the full range of opinions about a particular topic.

  • Organizes independent search activities

Training is the search and analysis of a large layer of information. Without this, you cannot provide a convincing idea or hypothesis that will lure smart audiences.

You will learn to avoid subjective, unconfirmed ideas; your text will become more analytical and logically laid out.

Do you use data in your blog posts?

You should. Empirical evidence makes your posts more convincing. Data also improves your branding since the result is a boost in your credibility.

  • Provides the ability to integrate knowledge

With experience, you can compare concepts, your knowledge will increase, and you will be able to see patterns in any area of ​​life.

Once you see patterns in your data, you can report on them to your blog readers so they can more effectively follow your tips.

Your website design improves

You will learn to write in more detail, put lists, and logically divide the text. People always carefully read what is listed.

So, if part of your story can be presented in the form of a bulleted or numbered list, make sure you pay careful attention to formatting: the result will be more visually attractive.

Your ability to conduct a discussion improves

As indicated above, if you get negative comments, you need to figure out how to repond.

In addition, you need to be able to formulate a response without looking wounded.

As the head of your blogging community, you need to keep a stiff upper lip and a thick skin.

Host Blogger’s Comments:

George, the guest author, finds it odd that the communication needed to respond to your website commenters isn’t taught in the universities.

He writes:

“Unfortunately, university teachers rarely use blog technology in training, despite the fact that the basis for working on a blog is the possibility of implementing three-way interaction.

It is communication between writer and reader in a text format. This communication significantly enriches the practice of electronic text communication of potential bloggers and motivates them to approach the blogging process with greater responsibility.

Also, the use of blogs gives students the right to participate in social processes. In the process of blogging, students quickly realize that not only teachers but also classmates can read their posts.”

This makes them more open to putting their writing out on the internet, a process many potential bloggers might find daunting.

If they are intimidated before they start, their bogs will never see the light of day and get published.

George continues:

Blogs take assignments beyond the scope of the educational process and the teacher-student relationship, allowing everyone to evaluate and comment on student work. Blogging allows each student to participate in the discussion, which opens up new perspectives for learning.

Wrapping Up: Advantages of Website Building

Takeaways:

Thanks to blogging, your skills in many areas improve:

  • writing
  • technology
  • analysis
  • design
  • communication

I look forward to your views in the comment section:

Do you agree with George that the universities are to blame for bloggers not learning these skills in the university?

According to George, bloggers learned these skills as a result of having a website and not before.

Readers, please share so people considering blogging discover the advantages of website building.

This post was made possible by the support of our readers.

  1. Amit Garg

    Hey George

    All of the advantages of the website writing you mentioned above are very genuine.

    Whenever I look back on my first blog post, I can feel the difference myself.

    Within a span of 8 months, my writing skills have been improved a lot.

    Moreover, I came to know more about, blog designing, blogging concepts, how to do competitors research, blogger outreach, etc.

    Thanks for sharing

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Amit,
      Great to see you. I’m glad you feel George’s tips are valid. Thanks for commenting.
      Janice

  2. Vivek Dwivedi

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge about how to write a blog. I’ll definitely apply to this method to my website and see if it is working.

      • Clement Sadjere

        I have a blog and all what you listed are absolutely true. I have improved so much in my article writ,that I now get freelance writing jobs from people who have seen my articles. Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Saara-Info

    This is so true, hence iam blogger I really appreciate it. And I came to know more from here. Thanks

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Saara,
      Are the increased skills the reason you became a blogger?
      Janice

  4. Ovais Mirza

    Hello George,

    Thanks for the great blog post. I too believe that there are several advantages of having a website and one the best advantages for me is that websites creates an online representation of our businesses and currently every business requires online identity in order to create brand awareness in the minds of customers.

    Regards,
    Ovais

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Ovais,
      Thank you for calling my blog post great. You are correct. Businesses need blogs. More and more of them have blogs with every passing day. Thank you for contributing to the discussion by sharing your ideas with us.
      Janice

  5. Moss Clement

    Hi George,

    Your article is excellent, and I do agree with you on the insight you presented. Not only will you improve your ability to think things out, but you also develop as a problem-solver. These are exceptional soft-skills that are in-demand. In fact, LinkedIn added problem-solving in recent research as one of the skills for “Tomorrow Jobs” in their survey report.
    Thank you for sharing!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Moss,
      Great to see you! Thank you for writing to us with a strong testimonial that George is correct with his tips. Blogging skills definitely do make people more marketable in the workforce.
      Thank you for commenting.
      Janice

  6. Aria Mathew

    Hi George,

    I am able to connect with this article. I have been writing content for the past six months. I can see a lot of improvements in my writing skills. Looking to improve further more! Keep inspiring

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Aria,
      Congratulations on starting your blog recently. I am glad this post resonated with you. Thank you for writing to let us know.
      Janice

  7. BASHIR AHMED SIDDIK

    Your article is excellent, and I do agree with you on the insight you presented. Not only will you improve your ability to think things out, but you also develop as a problem-solver. These are exceptional soft-skills that are in-demand. Keep Writing such informative content.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi,
      Thank you so much for reading what my guest author and I wrote.
      I appreciate as well the validation that these tips are helpful. You use the phrase soft skills. What is that? Thank you for commenting.
      Janice

  8. Teach Bhawani Singh

    This information given by you about blogging skills is very important for a beginner. Thank you…

  9. Anyaogu Ikechukwu

    Hello Janice

    Nice content here.

    That reminds me when I started blogging newly, I knew nothing. I have no idea how to write or design a website.

    I persisted. Blogging has taught me a lot and there’s still more to learn.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Anyaogu,
      Thank you for this validation that blogging does teach us a great deal and for commenting.
      Janice

  10. Ahmed

    Hi George
    Amazing content. It’s really helpful and I’m looking forward to starting blogs.

  11. Muthu Kumaran

    I appreciate you very very much for bestowing so amazing information. I’m a newbie and this is precisely what i’ve been studying for my ultimate career. best wishes to you.

    it is very interesting and well written. Thank you and good luck for the upcoming posts.I definitely love your suggestion and will give it a start.

  12. Bếp Từ Công Nghiệp

    I am improving myself. A good document for me. Sincerely thank.

  13. Andrew

    Great article. Blogging certainly draws attention to your writing skills and grammar. Yoast SEO keeps you on your toes for readability! Thank you

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