5 Ways to Create Thoughtful Content on Facebook, Twitter and Your Blog

I recently came across a question on one of the facebook pages, Davis Musinguzi, had this to ask: “What tips may you have for someone starting a blog?”
Another person had this to write: “Facebook is not a mourning/whining/fighting ground…. Enough said…!”
This might seem contrary to what you know about social media, but to some social media experts like Alex Mandossian, its food for thought.
Start writing the way you talk. When you have a great idea, how do you express it to others verbally? Write the same way.
You should reconsider writing about your company and your products/services. Over promoting your business is the number one mistake people make with social media posting. Instead, start thinking about what buyer problems you can solve and share insightful topics that will appeal to them.
Start writing on purpose. What’s the purpose for your blog? Your Facebook page? Why do you tweet? What are you trying to accomplish. Figure this out first and creating content becomes easier.
Stop spending more time on the content than you do the titles. Creating great titles is the most important part of creating great content. Start spending 80% of your content creation time thinking and writing your headline. Then spend the other 20% actually writing the rest.
Start being original. Instead of quoting other people, start quoting yourself. Instead of referencing great research, start doing and writing about your own research.
Davis go ahead and think about these 5 things before you start your blog.