The main content is the longest part of the article, which carries the meaning of the text and details. This part of the article should answer the questions and solve the problems mentioned in the introduction. The basic rule is to use short paragraphs and simple sentences, making sure to whisk the text parts.
Write your blog posts in short paragraphs (no more than 2-3 sentences is a safe rule) to provide visual relief from a text heavy web page. Most readers will skim a blog post or web page before committing to read it in its entirety. Text heavy web pages and blog posts can be overwhelming to readers while pages with a lot of white space are easier to skim and more likely to keep readers on the page.
Make the important information in your article apart. Use a larger font, different colored and numbered lists to make it much easier to spot and read. Use bold font for important sentences, which are key to your article.
Include links, external and internal. Make sure you include related posts or other informative links within your posts. If you mention a previous post, link it. If you mention a source, link it. You can also leave links at the bottom of the posts. If you like this one, you’ll love this one…