In the previous video, you created a website for your blog.
In this video, you will write an introduction.
An introduction tells your audience who your blogger is.
A good introduction is interesting and engaging and makes your audience want to read the blog.
You will ghostwrite the text in the voice of your chosen blogger.
Ghostwriting is writing in the voice of another person.
Because you are ghostwriting, you will write in the voice of your blogger.
Remember to write in the first person and use the pronouns I and me.
You may be creating this blog using made up information.
While posting false or misleading information online is never a good idea, it is okay to
create a blog and practice sharing online for this lesson.
Write at least three sentences for your introduction.
Introduce the blogger, share their name and occupation,
and add a few personal or professional details.
In a previous video, you highlighted information in the portfolio that is safe to share online.
Now, use your highlighted information to write the blog introduction.
Review your notes in your blogger’s portfolio.
Then, click on the top text box in the layout, and type a heading for your introduction.
A heading is a title at the head of a page or section of a page.
It tells your audience what the page or section is about.
Next, click on the bottom text box, and type an introduction for the blogger.
Add engaging personal details.
Promote your blogger with professional accomplishments.
Review your introduction and make sure everything you wrote is safe to share online.
Look for PII or personal details that should remain private.
You’ve written an engaging introduction that will make your audience want to read
more about your blogger.
Now, it’s your turn.
Review your blogger portfolio, write at least three sentences for the introduction
to your blog, and make sure what you wrote is safe to share online.