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Everyone appreciates humor. Sometimes it’ll makes you laugh; other times it’ll make you groan. You may get the punch line of a joke immediately, or you may take you a while to “get it.” Wherever you land on the humor spectrum, you can always include it on your site. This can be done by creating your own; borrowing from other sites (with permission); or simply making a list of your favorite humor sites. Following are 4 types of humor posts you can to your site.
Ways to add humor to your blog
1. Just Plain’ Ol Funny
This is the most appreciated because some people are just naturally funny, and they can make almost any topic humorous with little effort. These people tend to have the gift of funny; they may have a quick wit; or they put an unexpected twist on normal conversations.
In my opinion, there are very few gifted joke writers and there are even fewer people who can deliver them effectively. If you are one of these people, I have the highest regard for you. If you are not, you can try your hand at writing jokes, or you can borrow from different websites, social media sites or video sites.
Comic strips are no longer just for special sections in the newspaper. They come in different flavors that everyone can relate to – family, work, political, and life. Add a pleasant distraction to your site in the form of a comic. Check out one of my favorite comics.
Parody is the art of mock something or someone or being satirical. You can often find political figures and celebrities the subjects of both. In the past, this form of humor was limited to print. Today, YouTube is flooded with these types of videos, but the creative minds behind JibJabhave created a name for themselves with political parody.
Above are just 4 ways you can add humor to your blog. You will find these types and more in my upcoming book, 62 Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block. Do you include humor on your site? Let us know by sharing the link to your site in the comment section below.
Marcie Hill is a gifted writer who loves blogging and social media. She is the founder of The Write Design Company, and owns three blogs: Marcie Writes, Shorty: Your Chicago South Side Resource and Real Skate Stories. She is also the author of 62 Posts to Overcome Blogger's Block, scheduled to launch in August 2012.
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