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â€œThe best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up.â€ – Mark Twain
How boring is a boring piece of writing? It’s so boring that only a boring few will enjoy reading it.
More importantly what makes a piece of writing boring? It’s lack of humor and light-heartedness on the part of writer that makes his writing so utterly drab. A writer who does not succeed In making his readers smile even once during the reading, has failed his readers.
Don’t Be Too Solemn
I blog to make myself happy by sharing my knowledge with others and making some revenue off my efforts, and when I am happy I smile and laugh. Smiling is the expression of happiness.
A blogger who goes way too serious in his writing is turning off prospective subscribers by giving them dull prose to read. Whereas a blogger who is able to make his readers smile with his cheerful writing is more likely to win his readers’ loyality.