3 quick ways to make your website blogs engaging

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Your website blog content may have all the necessary buzzwords and keywords, but if the content is not engaging then the page won’t perform well.

Read the below 3 quick tips for making your blog content on your website more engaging.

1. Use numbered or bulleted lists

Content is far more digestible and easier for readers to scan if it’s displayed in numbered or bulleted lists.

2. Add images and videos

Bring the content to life by including imagery and possibly videos to your blog. This will help break up your blog especially if it’s lengthy.

3. Include facts and stats

Including factual information and real numbers will add substance to your content and will serve as educational.

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By frequently posting interesting blogs and articles using the above tips, you’ll give your charity the best chance to attract visitors and keep them on your site for longer.

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    • Keeping track of these trends and updating your page can boost your performance in the following ways.

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