I’ve gone into power words or more specifically powerful words and it’s connection to positivity in another post that I’ve written before this one in this post. However, with that said, in blogging... “words”, after all are the foundation of what we do. Whether we’re talking about short powerful words, creative writing words, good strong words, emotional power words, words to use in a story which is what we do most of the time when we blog, descriptive words or other good words to use when writing, what I’m getting at is that, words aren’t just words.. they are so much more and we rely on them heavily in blogging and your ability to use them well when you write is paramount.
With that said, lets jump right into a heavy dose of power words:
Let’s start with keeping it positive with people by using these words.. words that compel emotion, touch your heart and excite:
- Sale IN BIG LETTERS
Maybe you’re writing about people being on the top of the mountain so to speak.. what’s exclusive or talking about prestige:
- Sneak peak
- Little known
- Newly released
With that said, let’s consider some other writing goals that you may have as you consider, develop and start writing your blog posts or other content:
For example, your writing goal is to excite so use these words:
- Transform/Transformation/Transforming.. any iteration of this word will do fine
Your writing goal is about authority and power:
- Bona fide
- All inclusive
Your writing goal is about how someone should proceed in your blog post, use these words:
- Recession proof
Your writing is goal is all about the money, try using these words:
Your writing goal is about talking about being out of control, so consider these words:
The writing goal is all about the different aspects of pride, so use this in your blog post content:
- Faux pas
Your writing goal is writing about what’s cool or memorable, so use these in your blog content:
- Spell binding
- Mouth watering
When we start writing, the truth is that we don’t usually use words that people would consider power words per se. A lot of times, blog post writing can come across as pretty uninspired and boring. The idea behind using a strong words list is to make your message pop and connect better with your audience. This list of good words to use in your blog post writing should be helpful to you in making those exciting connections with the people that keep coming back to read your posts. As you can see from the list that I have given you is that there are a lot of great words out there to use that if you haven’t been using in your writing that you should absolutely be using as frequently as possible now.
Additionally, keep in mind that you want to use exciting words. The sheer fact that you have an audience of people that want to read what you have to say means you have something to give them. They aren’t coming to read a dull book report. They are on your blog for a reason so use descriptive words. Use words that mean power. Use long words, use short words, use cool short words that pack a punch as the reader is combing through what you’re trying to convey in the content that you’ve put together.
Use interesting words that your readers don’t always see in the blog posts of your competitors.
Here’s another dose of interesting words, descriptive words, cool words and emotional words that you should be using in your writing. These words are categorized in no particular order.
- Turbo charge
- Mind blowing
- Fail proof
- All inclusive
The power of words cannot be understated. An emotional list of words can take your blog writing, blog words and blog content from dull to a blog post worth sharing because it’s simply “that good”. Something as basic as the words you choose is an overwhelmingly overlooked aspect of writing for many bloggers.
It doesn’t matter how great your content is, if you don’t use words that can invoke emotion. If you aren’t using emotional words, my advice is that you start doing so in your next blog post. As you can see in this blog post, there are many great words to use that will change your blog content entirely. Weak words just don’t get the job done and they never will.
Regardless of what I tell you in this post, the cold hard truth is that using cool sounding words, emotional words, descriptive words are going to lift your content and provide more reach for what you write about, but it won’t happen unless you put what I’ve said into action.
A good balance of using the different types of words that I have talked about in your writing will make a difference in how people connect to what you have to say. Use strong words. Use creative words. Use big powerful words. Go big or go home. There’s nothing wrong with that kind of logic. People don’t always see it in blog posts and with as many options as there are out there online in millions of bloggers that exist, you want to grab the attention of the reader and the more powerful the words you can use, the better your chances are of keeping that reader attached to what you’re trying to convey.
Impressive word usage will say something to your audience about you so use all the impressive words you have at your disposal when you’re writing. Good writing is not always commonly associated with bloggers and it should be. It certainly can be if you make a conscious effort to make an impact in how you write by putting the strong list of words you’ve seen here in this blog post to good use. So use this list of power words to connect with your audience and more successfully write about what you’re passionate about as you continue to blog now and in the future.
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