There is so much writing advice out there. The problem with most of it is, however, that you can’t just apply it. It takes weeks, sometimes months, to learn how to correctly using metaphors, storytelling, and most other tricks.
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You said it is better for a new blog to be monetized from day one, I don’t think that is an excellent idea taking into consideration that the blog at that point possibly have very little or no traffic at all, I think for a new blog the focus should be on content creation and most significantly promotion of the blog, putting the blog on the faces and mind of targeted audience.
People love images. Some of the most popular arts and creative blogs in the world include a lot of imagery. This is partly because people love to quickly scan through web pages and they enjoy seeing photographs and pictures that help to break up text and add visual interest. When writing a creative blog, images are essential so provide as many as possible and give your audience lots of things to enjoy.