1. Get Away from the Adjectives!
Instead of using words like, "beautiful, perfect, exciting" (any basic adjectives), try using non adjective words to describe their wedding or engagement session, and talk more about feelings/relatable moments.
For Example, this is not a strong sentence to include in the blog, "Their wedding day was very beautiful, and full of so much joy"! Instead try, "Jordan and Mandy anxiously awaited each other all day, at the beautiful Serendipity Garden. When he first laid eyes on her you could feel the joy we saw in his eyes, as tears filled their eyes and streamed down Mandy's cheek."
2. Space out your best shots!
If you keep all of your favorites at the beginning, someone might lose interest in the rest of the blog post. If you keep them at the end you might not draw their attention in long enough to see those favorite shots! But if you space them out, then you will keep them interested and in love from beginning to end!
3. Be as consistent as you can be!
This one is extra tricky, because it's so hard to keep up! But the more consistent you are, the better you won't get behind.. because we all know what happens when we get behind.. it never gets done! So the more you stay on it, the more your clients see, the more you have to share when someone visits your website, and the more content you can keep up to date!