Why people don’t understand my opinions
Many people may feel that “people don’t understand me when I express my opinions” or “people don’t understand or sympathize with me when I write blog posts.” I believe that there are many people who think that even if they write sentences logically and in a way that anyone can understand, they are not understood as much as they thought they would be.
What is the cause?
In most cases, the reason is that they do not have the same awareness of the same issues or have not had the same experiences as the authors. No matter how passionately you speak about something, if the people around you cannot understand the experience that only you can understand, they will not understand half of what you are trying to convey, just as they will not “get it.
For example, someone who has studied abroad may feel that English education is very important in terms of expanding life possibilities, but someone who has never studied abroad may not feel the need for English to such an extent that they cannot receive the opinions of someone who has studied abroad with the same degree of enthusiasm. Even if the explanation is logical, the recipient does not have the experience that can only be felt by studying abroad, so it does not ring true to them. On the other hand, if a person has studied abroad, his/her argument can be easily sympathized with and understood.
Whether or not your opinion will be understood depends greatly on whether or not you have the same experience and awareness of the issues that are the premise of that opinion. If you have a problem with your opinion or blog post not being understood or empathized with, then my opinion is, “Wasn’t it written based on something only I have experienced?” You may be able to find areas for improvement by re-checking your opinions. In order to be widely understood and empathized with, it is necessary to start writing from the starting point of what many people have experienced or are aware of the issues, and then incorporate them into your own opinions.
Use Twitter to share your experience.
Thus, before writing an article, who are you writing it for? Twitter is a great tool to share your experiences, awareness of issues, and frustrations with your readers.
Twitter is an easy platform to share with others because it is a platform where people can post their thoughts and feelings about everyday events, which makes it easy to get to know each other as human beings. It is only natural that we receive information about what the posters are doing right now, what they are thinking, and what challenges or frustrations they are facing. And when you have been receiving these posts for a period of time, you know what the author has been through so far, so you are more likely to empathize with and understand his/her opinions.
In a way, Twitter is not only a great tool for spreading the author’s humanity, but it is also a great tool for making it easier to understand and empathize with the author’s opinions. Therefore, content creators cannot afford not to take advantage of Twitter.
Steps for using Twitter
First, we will regularly send out tweets about issues and frustrations we experience on a daily basis on Twitter. Through those tweets, we will learn what the authors are interested in and what issues they have. And among those posts, there will be tweets that will be widely shared. Surprisingly, your followers may actually care about things you didn’t care about, or have similar complaints. If you find out about such things, it is an opportunity for you as a content creator.
The content creator writes a blog based on the complaints and issues. This is Step 2. By writing articles about the issues that many followers are dissatisfied with, there is a good chance that the content will stick not only to the followers but also to other people, so it is necessary to write speedily and without missing such opportunities.
Once the article is written, publicize it on Twitter. It is important to post the article as soon as possible after the tweet. It is important to post the article as soon as possible after the tweet, because it will not be long before your followers are in a state of sympathy with your complaint or issue. By posting an article when your followers are aware of the issue, the article has a better chance of being shared and understood.
Make sure your articles are ready for understanding and empathy!
These are the steps of utilization. The speed at which you write the article while your followers are aware of the issue is important. Whether or not they empathize with and understand the article is important because it is important to make sure that the reader or follower is aware of the issue at the right time.
Twitter is very good at bringing these issues and frustrations to the attention of readers and followers.
Posting an unrelated article when they are interested in something completely different will not be accepted. You should be fully aware that no matter how good an article is, if it does not match the awareness of your readers and followers, it will be an article that no one will pay attention to.
Whether an article is understood and sympathized with depends on whether readers and followers are ready to sympathize and understand.
Content creators should always keep this in mind when thinking about what to post now, and use Twitter to help readers and followers become aware of and empathize with the article for better results.