The Quick And Sneaky Way To Write Spellbinding Closure For Your Next Blog Post

Spellbinding ClosureSo you want to join the team of smart bloggers churning out spellbinding closures don’t you?

You want to use words to cast spell on your readers, to make them feel positive about themselves.

So, you crafted a soul winning headline, you got a splendid introduction, your opening and body makes a lot of sense

But there’s a problem.

You have no idea how to write Spellbinding Closure. You don’t even know the exact words to say to bring them in.

Of course, it’s frustrating how that you can’t lure them to drop a comment and share your post.

Don’t worry, today I will show you how to write spellbinding closures that wins all the time. Yes! I would reveal my secret, my exact strategy and take you behind the scenes of some of the world’s most prominent blogs and then deconstruct their closures.

How To Craft Out Spellbinding Closure That Wins All The Time

Authority bloggers know something you don’t and this is the deep hidden secret:

They open loops at the beginning…Compresses it at the body section and then they close the loop at the end.

Let me explain…

Professional bloggers start a post by throwing a question, a phrase or quote which is an open loop to the reader. You can call it suspense if you like.

At the beginning, they try to open up the secret but then hord the real information until towards the end when they have to close the loops.

And listen…The human brain is programmed to seek closure and destroy any form of suspense. Watch this short video by Victoria Smith

 

To understand better, play a very interesting movie and at the height of suspense,Turn off your TV set, what begins to happen in your mind?

You become restless right? Put on the TV, rewind to see what just happened.

You are now at peace with yourself. That’s what happens to all of us. That’s the power effect every blogger should employ. Your post should be damn interesting, dramatic and entertaining.

Yes, close up with encouraging and soul capturing words and phrases. And here is how…

Let me explain…

Professional bloggers start a post by throwing a question, a phrase or quote which is an open loop to the reader. You can call it suspense if you like.

Also read: Why Readers Don’t Sign Up For Your Blog (And What To Do About It)

At the beginning, they try to open up the secret but then hord the real information until towards the end when they have to close the loops.

And listen…The human brain is programmed to seek closure and destroy any form of suspense.

To understand better, play a very interesting movie and at the height of suspense,Turn off your TV set, what begins to happen in your mind?

You become restless right? Put on the TV, rewind to see what just happened.

You are now at peace with yourself. That’s what happens to all of us. That’s the power effect every blogger should employ. Your post should be damn interesting, dramatic and entertaining.

Yes, close up with encouraging and soul capturing words and phrases. And here is how…

Sprinkle some power words

What The Hell Are Power Words?

Power words are words that speak to our emotion. They make us happy or sad they make us want to take action in the positive direction. They make us laugh, cry and standout in the sea sameness.

You see, Winston Churchill, wanted to motivate his soldiers to war, he did not promise to give them more pay or give them mouth watering incentives. No

Churchill used the power of empathy, power words  and poetic alliteration. Here’s an excerpt:

​Winston Churchill

I would say to the House as I said to those who have joined this government: I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat . We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We have before us many, many long months of struggle and of suffering.

You ask, what is our policy? I will say: It is to wage war, by sea, land and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give us; to wage war against a monstrous tyranny, never surpassed in the dark and lamentable catalogue of human crime. That is our policy. You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word: Victory. Victory at all costsVictory in spite of all terror—Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no survival.

Let’s see real-life examples of how to use empathy to create spellbinding closures.

Ready to rock?.

Go Back To The Beginning

Write out the major points of your post and then drill out an inspiring recap. Let’s see the closing below of a post over at successful blogging How to Build Meaningful Relationships with Experts in Your Niche

​Charles Emmanuel

The Painful Truth About Life

You can't succeed all by yourself.

We all need people in our lives, people to cheer us up, people to appreciate what we do, People to help us succeed.

Because let us face it, your blog is a community of your own words. And in a community, people get supported. Friendships are developed and everyone feels belonged and cherished.

What are you waiting for?

You can do it.

Get up and win the game.

So, what are the basic elements here?

Encouraging: let them know and feel they are  equal to whatever task or challenges they are faced with.

Let them understand that success is within their reach…

Be painfully honest with your readers.

Make them understand that if you could, then they too can succeed. Give them a head up. Use this list of power word to make your writing more powerful, engaging and interesting. Download the PDF version and print out your copy and always sprinkle the words in your post

Power words are those words that strike a chord in our hearts.

Churchill won the game of attention because he understood the power of power words.

Straightforward advice

In that closing you see what to do and what not to do.

Its rebukes, encourage, and make you feel like a bone again. That’s what it’s all about.

Read that post again  you will see the words ‘you’ and ‘because’ predominant in the closure.

Try as much as you can to avoid the use of ‘I’ and ‘me’ except if you have an exceptional empathetic story to tell.

Look at the closing of a post made over at copyblogger.com

Put it out there

This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do your research.

This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t relentlessly think it through.

This certainly doesn’t mean this particular idea of yours will succeed.

Here’s what it means:

  • Online, there are no gatekeepers to shut you down.

  • The audience decides what’s worthy across the board — in film, music, books, and any other form of content that’s produced by the imagination of a determined individual or group. It’s always been this way, but now the relationship is direct thanks to the Internet.

  • Consider feedback and apply fundamentals, but ultimately realize that your boss, your spouse, your colleagues, and your high school friends don’t know anything. That also applies to me and everyone else who gives you advice.

You’ll never absolutely, positively know until you put it out there.

Go ahead … we’re all waiting for the next fascinating thing.

And Mio Vukovic has absolutely no say in it.

Can you see how interesting the post is?

Let’s see another closing over at Contentranked by Andrew Warner.

​Andrew Warner

Are You Ready to Start Creating Valuable Content?

The reason most writers fail with their content isn’t because a lack of knowledge or smarts. It’s blatantly ignoring the ‘ingredients’ that make up content that’s valuable.

They feel that their content, as is, is good enough. So they never put in the work to make it better.

But you’re going to be different, right?

You’re going to commit yourself to creating readers love? Content readers won’t skim? Content that forces readers to read every single word because they want more?

You bet your bottom dollar you will.

Here’s what to do next:

Download the worksheet below to get started on creating valuable content your readers will love today.

And of course before you start out writing with empathy you need to Figure out the problems of your target audience and Sue Anne Dunlevie in her post over at successful blogging help us understand The Empathy Habit That Could Save bloggers years of struggle.

And here is what Ann has to say:

​Ann Sue

The best way to start out in determining these audience issues is to:

    Read blog comments on blogs in your niche

    Join free or paid forums in your niche and read the threads

    Write down exactly what the commenters and posters say

    Feed those words back to them in blog posts and sales letters

You want to succeed?

Practice and do what the prominent bloggers are doing.

Just a little twist, could make a huge difference. Look also at the Morrows closing over at boost blog traffic

​Jon Morrow


​It’s not about how smart you are.

It’s not about the professionalism of your blog design.

It’s not even about giving readers tips they can go out and apply immediately.

It’s about the way you make those readers feel.

You want them to cry. You want them to laugh out loud. You want them to shake with anger.

But the most important part?

You want them to feel alive.

You’ve felt it with other art forms, right? You go to a great concert or act or movie, and when it finishes, you feel a little bit different? A little bit more awake?

Well, great writing does that too, and the beautiful part is it can affect people on

Can you see the same effect happening here? Well, that is the only quick way to built up raving fans, get more comments and shares.

Learn the act of sticking the needs of your readers; they will fall deeply in love with you.

Why?

Because you see, we all share one thing in common. And what could that be?

‘The fear of failure’

We all want to succeed, we wants to win the game of courage… isn’t that why we blog? To encourage and help readers overcome the fear of failure? Yes. That’s it.

Your readers love to be encouraged and also remember that, people don’t really care about what you know but how much you care.

Give them a helping hand. Let them know they can succeed.

How?

It all starts from your heart.

​Give them a helping hand. Let them know they can succeed

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Your mentors and the materials you read.

Make it a target, that’s your next post would generate at least 50 comments. That’s 25 from readers and 25 of your replies.

But I’m sorry this will never happen if your closing is weak, If your post lack empathy and power words.

The good news?

You can learn to do it today to write spellbinding closure using the examples above.

You are now part of the smartest blogging elite. You can write guests post to sites like life hackers, tiny Buddha, boost blog traffic, Pro blogger and Copyblogger without getting any rejection.

Why because, those blogs are looking out for really talented bloggers who can just write to touch the heart emotionally and bring about positive change in the life of readers that’s it guys!.

But Charles, I’m a nobody.

Of course, you I nobody and no one recognizes you or your blog. But you don’t have to wait for someone to declare you an expert.

If you read this post and practice the act of writing a well-crafted conclusion, then in no time you will be regarded as an expert writer. Your writing will improve. Your blog will improve and your engagement will improve.

Your qualification is the knowledge you just received in this post.

Easy right?

Writing Spellbinding Closure Will Transform Your Craft

Start Write to inspire to transform and build. The good news? You have all it takes to magically inspire your readers.

Study your visitors from start to finish and then give them a boost, a life saving solution and they would never forget you.

So, when you are finally ready to pack up ready to bid family and friends farewell, the world would stand still. The birds will sing and the highly intellectuals will stand still as the general departs.

That general is you.

I wish you the very best

To your success

Charles Emmanuel.

I’m a writer, motivator, and difference-maker. This blog is where I share my best work. Welcome to GBT

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