How to Spot a Writer Who WON’T Kill Your Content

Content writers can be saviors or harbingers. Like messiahs, they can rescue the subject matter. If not, then like destructors, they can leave content indecipherable. Their competence embellishes their work, and their lack of commitment or understanding of their content destructs the content. Some traits of good content writers include a strong work ethic, and the ability to engage with the given content.

Lets find out how to spot a writer who won’t kill your content!

Avoiding the Grammar

Grammar is of utmost importance in blogs and articles. Why? This is because even the slightest difference between the words ‘your’ and ‘you’re’ can put off most readers. This may be considered an insignificant point, but the fact remains that it can massively improve the quality of one’s writing, something an apt content writer understands.

A good content writer who has a good grasp over their grammar can work wonders when it comes to the blogs and articles they write. Not only will it ensure the smooth flow ideas, but it will enhance the quality of the writing. The writing will appear coherent, connected and cohesive. Also, but it will keep readers engaged and intrigued!

Quality Before Quantity

A good content writer is someone who enthusiastically approaches their work, and is bound to produce exciting and thrilling content that readers will look forward to, and find relatable. A writer, who is blogging only for the sake of receiving a fat cheque at the end of the month, isn’t bound to get very far in their career. The reason for this is, if one treats their writing or blogging as a tedious task, it will become a tedious task. Not only that, it will leave readers uninspired and simply, bored. This is because writers’ feelings are reflected in their writing. If they aren’t enjoying it, neither will the next person who reads it.

A Unique Voice

Most writers, in their attempts to appear impressive, become someone they are not. Such writers’ writing usually does not reflect them as an individual. For instance, if someone were to hold up a nameless article, they should be able to recognize the writer right away! This can only happen if a writer reflects their true selves in their writing. The writing style, ideas, and concept should all intertwine to portray the brains behind it.

Only then, will the content written uphold its quality. This is the secret recipe to quality writing that many good content writers have adopted. Such content writers reflect pieces of themselves in their work, making it a unique and enjoyable experience. These writers will only enhance your content, so there’s no need to worry about them ‘killing’ it.

Organization

It goes without saying that an organized content writer is a talented and accomplished writer. Allow me to elaborate. Content writers cannot gather content unless they have proficient research skills and are able to sift through heaps of information efficiently.

Moreover, writers who plan their writing always have a clear-cut plan in the works. Such writers will, once again, always provide quality work and not kill your content. These writers work in a systematic and methodical manner. They have a good grasp and understanding over their content and are able to deliver that exceptionally. Writers like this will always do justice to your content.

Depth

Experienced content writers will always portray a deep meaning in their writing. They will create room for reflection. You will notice that writers, who destroy content, often focus more on how many facts they can search up to fill a page. Such writers will stray from the topic, or only present one aspect of a situation. This kills the content. This technique is appalling to content writers who amalgamate depth and analysis into their works, creating food for thought while keeping the reader engaged. This is a sign of a writer who elevates content, rather than killing it.

Final Thoughts

A writer who produces high-quality content will never ‘kill’ your content. Instead, they will go that extra mile to enrich the content they receive. Anyone who reads such content will be able to notice how much hard work and dedication has been put into a piece of writing. Such a writer will not only do justice to the content they receive, but you as a reader will also be able to comprehend that that particular article or blog is written with the right spirit and devotion.

So next time you read a blog, you’ll be able to differentiate between a content killer and a content enhancer. Happy reading!

Tahir Azam is a full time Food Service Supervisor at a local restaurant and a Freelance Writer who help the clients from all over the globe. He’s a proud father of a Son – Muhammad Dayyan Choudhry. Tahir has written over 4000 blogs, 600+ eBooks and 500 websites for all types of clients.

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