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That’s A Wrap!

The art of the conclusion and parental responsibilities.

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What's the best way to wrap up a blog post?

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8 Effective Ways to Wrap up Your Blog Posts

Nobody likes a bad ending. Too many books, movies, and shows have failed their readers and viewers with conclusions that don’t match the quality of the rest of the work. Heck, even a “To be continued” or a cliffhanger is better than something that falls below expectation. Make the most of your conclusions with these 8 effective ways to wrap up your blog posts from ProBlogger.

  • Sum up your message. Recapping everything you’ve written is a simple way to leave a good last impression of a topic. In a long piece, a summary at the end is useful for tying your main point to everything you’ve covered.
  • Ask a question. Ask your readers something you’re genuinely interested in hearing about. Encourage them to answer and engage on the topic. We’re not talking about rhetorical questions. Ask something in order to prompt contributions to the topic you’re covering.
  • Ask the reader to share your post. You’ve probably seen countless YouTube videos with creators asking viewers to “smash that subscribe button.” The same principle applies: you don’t get what you don’t ask for. Spreading your content amongst those who read and love your content can only help you.
  • Give your reader more of the same. People aren’t going to read something they don’t enjoy. There’s just so much out there to choose from, so why bother? If someone is nearing the end of your post, odds are they enjoyed it. Give them more content like the content they just enjoyed. Either suggest another one of your posts or link to similar external content. Your readers will appreciate your recommendation and you can build relationships with other content creators this way.

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Writing a blog may be straightforward, but that doesn’t make it easy. Sure, the ingredients are well known: brainstorming, research, writing, editing, optimizing, publishing, promoting, and revising. But cooking up a blog post from these ingredients takes time and serious effort. To help with the writing portion, look to ZenPen.

This tool is a simple and distraction-free place to write. It has a minimalistic interface without all the features of a standard text editor. If you’re looking for something simple, then this is as bare-bones as it gets. Featuring full-screen mode, dark mode, and a place to input your target word count, ZenPen offers a perfect place to write.


Take a Baby Step into Parenting

Responsibilities have a way of adding up. School, work, relationships, bills, and more keep us occupied. Add kids to the mix and you’ve reached a whole new level.

Pedigree encourages testing the waters of parenting in this ad. Leaving your 4 year-old at home alone while you go out to the club doesn’t seem like the most responsible thing for a parent to do…until you discover that 4 year-old is a dog capable of surviving unattended for a few hours.

Ads from the Past

1975, Baskin-Robbins

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Matt Goulart


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