When you feed your blog posts to social platforms such as Facebook you may want to consider the following.
A. have someone else look them over for content and errors in grammar, spelling first.
B. Make sure they are not simply fact driven, OK, boring.
C. Be mindful you are writing for the reader and not youself. You may find the information amazing, wonderful and mind-blowing, everyone may think it is about as exciting as watching the grass grow.
D. Do not write as though you are speaking to your own industry, they already now this stuff.
E. Stop writing blog posts that sound like sales letters.
When you blog it is about the end result. What will your reader take away from the content you provide that can be directly applied to their life?
... Marcus Padulchick