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How To Draw Attention To Specific Areas In Your Blog Post And Make Them Stand Out

draw attentions to areas in your blog post using html and css


As a blogger you pour your heart out into helping your audience, whether it's through fashion and lifestyle tips, organisation, time management and productivity tips, wellness and health tips etc.

And you want to give the most comprehensive and detailed guides to your readers, because that's what you love doing, understandably your blog posts might become longer than expected.

The thing with long blog posts is that while search engines love them, and rightly so, chances are that people (the actual readers on your blog) usually skim through longer blog posts. That is, they read what they think is the most important to them.

As a blogger, you want certain things to be really easy for your audience to do:


  • Follow you on social media
  • Subscribe to your blog's updates
  • Join your email list
  • Share your content with their friends, family and others
  • Be able to easily read content on your blog
  • Navigate around your blog
  • Make purchases (If you sell products etc.)
  • Be able to read about you, who you are etc. 

A well-structured blog post is the difference between mediocre content and good content. So the question is how do you tackle long blog posts? How to highlight certain areas in your blog posts so that your readers never miss important information even if they're just skimming through your content and not reading word by word?

Here's a step-by-step guide on drawing attention to specific, key areas in your blog posts to make them stand out and pop in front of your reader's eyes.

How To Style Your Own Click To Tweet Button For Your Blogger Blog

click to tweet box for your blogger blog

I'm a full-time graphic designer, which means that even in blogging I'm very particular about how I want things to look. I enjoy creating a visual identity for blogs, businesses and brands.

Last year, when I decided to start this blog I wanted to help new bloggers build their online presence, I wanted to offer affordable design services that don't burn a hole in my client's pocket.

After a lot of consideration, weighing the pros and cons I decided that my blog would be hosted on the blogger platform.

It's been quite some time that I've been seeing click to tweet boxes on a lot of blogs powered by self-hosted WordPress. I really love twitter, it's a fun and simple way of keeping up with all the things I love and so I quickly became interested in having a click to tweet box for my blog.

I searched and searched on Google but most of the results were for WordPress users. There was nothing for those on blogger!

I then turned to Facebook groups for help and was met with very off-topic replies, instead of offering me a solution people seemed more interested in convincing me that on blogger I don't own my content, that blogger is not at all customisable and that I can't monetise a blogger blog, all of which I know is not true.

And so I decided to make my own click to tweet box using HTML and CSS. I know there aren't a lot of plugins on Blogger, not many widgets either but that's because most of the things can be accomplished through coding.

Here's how you too can style your own click to tweet box for your blogger blog. I'm giving you a step-by-step detailed guide.


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