what do i need to do for me to write better blogs . i am new to it .....pliz help
If what you are writing about is somethingthat can be factual, make sure you based the article on factual findings and not opinion (too much anyway). Facts can't be argued, if they are proven, and adds credibility to your writing. Also structure is important, have an overall message and a breakdown of facts throughout the article to back up that message. Check spelling an grammar (I get a bit lazy on this unfortunately) to polish your articles off. Finally, presentation - pictures, videos, anything that makes the qriting more interesting. Hopefully that can help!
Okay, firstly, I would say that your pagination could do with a bit of a tweak. It needs laying out better with paragraphs rather than large blocks of text. It will make it more interesting to look at and easier to read.
Secondly, your punctuation is a bit squiffy, so you need to sort that out.
The picture of the keyboard needs reducing in size so that it removes the pixellation.
As for the content, it reads okay, but I didn't really see anything that caught my eye and dragged me in by the scruff of the neck shouting "READ ME".
Perhaps I'm being overly picky, but the spelling wasn't good and as far as selling me work in data entry, it really didn't do it.
By the way, it's computer geek, not gick.
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