Hi, I know it's work related but I'm new in the community 🙂 I will learn. Well I was a subscriber and now a contributor (with 0 post). Before writing my first blog/article, I would like to have your comments/ideas about the opening part.
Here my questions:
So, here is the full text:
This is my 1st article.
In this blog post, I will try to share my experience on how to ...
Thank you for your comments!
Welcome and good luck on your blogging journey!
If I may make a suggestion: Perhaps ask those questions here https://groups.community.sap.com/t5/welcome-corner-discussions/advice-from-sap-champions-blogging/m-... . That whole thread is designed to help new bloggers, and you can get advice from some of our most respected community members.
I hope this helps!
I usually start with some story, like
Some time back, there was a question about filtering the Fiori Element application by association property of the CDS view... (link)
Recently I had a requirement where the end users wanted to interact with the Fiori applications using the keyboard keys(Hotkeys) (My first blogpost)
or like you have mentioned
This blog is about creating a Transactional capable(Draft) Fiori application using the SAP ABAP Programming model for SAP Fiori with end-to-end till saving to db. " (link)
Personally, after trying different variations, I now like to start the blog post by telling a story and explaining why & what about the blog post as I want to improve my storytelling skills 😉 and i feel that people will connect with the post. Again, a story might not suit for all types of blogposts. So try different variations and find what you like. and I would definitely not go for numbering. It won't be easy to track for you and will not provide any learning to the reader.
All the best to your blogging journey!!
Try to find something more common. A story from Your daily life that has nothing to do with Your topic on first sight. With that You reach a broader audience.
How about: You took a walk and noticed a new house. While it looks quite nice you noticed, that the garden is only accessible by foot. You wonder how the owner wants to restock the fire wood.
By this You paint a livable picture in the readers head. You lead to a functional deficit. Then You can switch to Your topic an draw the parallels to Your GUI and the need to change something.
The story doesn't have to be true. It only has to be logical.
From my experience of creating SAP videos and blogs, I would say just don't overthink it 😁 all options are cool.
The opening is important but really not much! in our technical world, the readers search for a blog on a specific topic, then give it a quick look to evaluate if it looks like a blog with the needed level of details, screenshots, accounting entries, code, etc, and if yes then we read it in details.
So just proceed with whatever feels right to you! if there's anything you are not comfortable with in the content you create, then your brain will block the ideas, and you will end up pushing this task forward forever as we all do when there's something we doubt 😁
I'm late to this link. But I think you are making a great start just by talking about it - well anywhere. "Here... There... and Everywhere"
Here's my advise. Just do it. Write down everything then read it aloud. Does it sound right? Does it sound like you? I love a blog that I can read, perhaps learn something, and learn about the author.
But you won't develop your style of writing for quite awhile yet. "Just do it!" And post the link here. If your style is:
This is my 1st article. In this blog post, I will try to share my experience on how to"
Then start it that way. I would just add that your first X amount of words will be the description. So have a great title on what your blog is about!
Love to hear that your going to start blogging!