Blogging for budding writers

Date(s) - 06/10/2020
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Department of Civil Engineering organized a webinar on 6th of October 2020 for the students on the topic “Blogging for Budding Writers” by Mr. K. Balachandar, Speaker and Blogger, Germany.

The objective was to improve the blogging skills among the inkslingers and to make them aware of the advantages of blog writing. A blog writer has the capacity to build their own brand because this is a great way to establish their thoughts and take a stand by expressing your point of view and make an impact. Driving direct income using blogging is made possible. Once you chose your blog goal, you give your blog purpose and that guides the content you write about.

Blogging a post is done by planning your blog post by choosing a topic, creating an outline, conducting research, and checking facts. Crafting of headline is important such as it should be informative as well as captures reader’s attention. Writing your post can be a draft in a single session or gradually word on parts of it. Using images will enhance your post also include humors, explanation of complex topics and improvement of flow is also needed. Last but an important thing to be done is the editing of the blog post.

The webinar was very helpful which clearly explained us to know what blog writing is, how successful we can be in the field of blog writing, what are the skills that are required for a blog writer. It portrays that my words can be made more powerful than I am. This mainly helped us to visualize the power of a blog writer. His interactive session made us develop our passion towards blog writing. We were blogging for the purpose of improvement of our language, to spend some time useful and to express the thought that were into our minds but after attending this webinar I came to a conclusion that it also help me by giving some direct income. I thank the management for throwing light on this need of the hour topic.




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