Good Content Creation - Writing Your Way To Becoming A Good Writer On Hive

in Loving HIVE ❤6 months ago (edited)


We all want the best things to happen to us, such as great success that would cause people to admire us or celebrate us in some way. Believe me, there is a part of us that always wants things done rightly. That's why we are always learning the right ways to doing things so well. But we must realize that attaining perfection or performing something flawlessly is difficult and it will always require a lot constant of practice.

You will never become good at what you do unless you keep practicing more, as the saying goes, "Practice makes a man perfect." I observe the same pattern in all of the things we do on Hive, especially content creation. I have read some excellent posts by seasoned bloggers here on Hive that have frequently inspired me to work on myself to improve upon my writing abilities.


Any good writer on Hive whose posts continue to trend was once a novice. No one turned out to be just a professional within a twinkle of an eye. It would be more accurate to say that years of writing, education, and engagement actually made the difference. You can sometimes feel that you are clueless, not knowledgeable and not good enough when you visit others blog post and see the kind of knowledge and ideas they have poured in one post.

Sometimes, you might be curious as to where people get their great ideas and write about them so well. On Hive, there are communities with a lot of experts and analysts who, occasionally, through their comments on your post, can really make you feel like you are not doing much, particularly when you've taken on a topic about which they are very knowledgeable.

Nevertheless, the most important thing is that Hive brought all of us, beginners and experienced writers in one place. We can benefit greatly from one another. The Hive platform allows us all to benefit from one another's knowledge while also encouraging daily self-improvement.


The Secret To Becoming A Good Writer
When I first learned about Hive, the thought of writing and posting things here never struck me as being particularly interesting. What exactly was I going to write about? I pondered this. I felt inspired to keep writing even when I didn't have anything to write about after seeing my first introduction post trend with $100 in upvotes.

That's how it feels; you can be inspired to keep writing when the votes keep coming in and be demoralized when they stop. Nobody is too busy to write or engage, you only see inactivity in times when votes don't come in and when the price of Hive dips. People stop participating actively for these two reasons. While getting upvotes is great, have we considered what Hive is inculcating in us?

We are constantly improving ourselves as we continue to participate by writing and commenting. I have become more creative and improved my writing skills as I write and post on a regular basis, something I didn't realize with the years I spent on other media platforms.


The secret to becoming a good content creator is to write and post on a regular basis. There is no need for those just starting out on Hive to think about and gather the best ideas before posting. With the exception of a few bloggers who were already in the business before joining Hive, most of us have always enjoyed writing and have improved as a result of our constant participation on Hive.

The only effective method of improving your writing is to consistently write. Even if you don't think your writing is compelling enough to draw readers, keep writing. Hive is a fantastic place where people offer helpful advice, tutorials, information, and tips to help you write better than you did before. Always start by writing something down. Your continued writing is the foundation of everything.

I firmly believe that you can never be perfect in everything, you can, however, be good at whatever you do, I never intended to share any tips on how to become a perfect writer, only a secret to improving your writings or contents as well as yourself. keep learning and writing your way to become a good writer.


I can attest to this. Today I posted for my 1090th strait day on Hive. Typed blog post. You want to see bad? Go look at my first day, week, year, 2 years. Lol.

Another part of posting for me is 5 to 7 video blogs a week. I am closing in on 850 videos posted to Hive, you want to see bad? Go watch my first one.

Did I stop? NO. I see the vision of Hive.

So does @collinz .

Love reading your posts.

!BBH 10



I couldn't agree more! And as the author says, the secret is to keep writing even if it's just a comment on someone elses blog. Writing daily is like going to the gym. It helps keep our minds sharp and quickens our mental reflexes.

And Bradley you're right. If I could go back and burn my early posts I would, they were horrible! :) But I kept at it, learning and getting a little better with each passing day, weeks, months and years. So if you're reading this; keep writing! :)

Thank you 😊




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We all started out by creating terrible posts, and I wish I could do the same.. burn some past post. I'll continue to write because I know it's the best way to keep getting better. I appreciate the addition, dear. thanks

😃You are a really interesting man, and you have accomplished some amazing things on Hive. You are my inspiration, and I'm grateful for the love. Thank you dear friend @bradleyarrow

And you inspire me also 😀


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This is interesting, sometimes when you post a content and you feel what you wrote is not interesting but gaining knowledge on writing is what I need most. Thanks for sharing this @collinz

Thank you for this motivating post. Before I discovered Hive I didn't write much. Now I am writing every day, and hopefully improving a small bit with each post. You are doing great things friend. !PIZZA

You are welcome. Keeping writing, you in the right place.... Hive 😍

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This is really inspiring and motivating to read. Like it is said Rome wasnt built in a day. Im glad to read from some of you because if i ever feel like quitting i watch how you guys started. Thanks for this post.

I'm glad you are learning, that's how most of us started the journey and believe me, I still do learn from others. Let's keep learning and writing, the best way to improve.