3 Ways to Make Your Site More Visually Appealing

You know this is true. Our whole life can be written down into a story or blog. Writing down our thoughts, and opinions about the people that we meet on a daily basis. The things that we do with our family or anything else in the world. Everyone has an opinion and voicing those opinions may help other’s get through some of the same problems that we have experienced at one point in our life.

Writing takes imagination, and thoughts throughout your life you have obstacles, and other issues that may arise and disrupt your thought patterns. Eventually, things work themselves out and you are back in the habit of writing about the things in your life. Making sure that you keep the reader’s interest with the information that you post on your blog. You do not want to be too open about things in your life however, some of the funniest things that have happened in your life can be part of a wonderful post. Maybe you have learned something from someone that you work with. Maybe, you have learned something from the customer’s that you serve on a daily basis.

Giving people advice about things that you have accomplished in your life could lead people to using the same advice in their life. You also need to make time in your life to keep the reader’s that you have established within your blog. Without updating your site you will lose some of the reader’s because they will find a blog with current and up-to-date information. It needs to be something that you know a lot about instead of winging it with mindless babbling.

The WordPress.com Blog

You guys use WordPress.com in all sorts of creative ways, documenting the adventures you take…

…the people you meet…

…the characters you create…

…the meals you prepare…

…and the places you live.

And you share a ton of amazing photographs. So be sure to show them off! Here are three tips on using photos to make your site more visually appealing:

  • Upload your very own custom header image to give your site a unique look and feel. Some themes even allow you to use featured images to display different header images on specific posts and pages. For a design that’s 100% unique to you, try out the Custom Design upgrade.
  • Don’t make readers squint to view your photos. Generally speaking, bigger photos are better, as long as they’re properly aligned. Check out the Get Flashy tutorial on Learn.WordPress.com for tips on aligning and resizing your images.
  • If the majority…

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