six blog writing idioms meanings and examples

Being a skillful writer entails a lot of additional and side knowledge such as the us of proverbs and idiomatic expressions in blog write up when needed. And this is why we have added this forum of alerting our readers with common idioms that can help in our daily activities and blog writing!.

In our last post on idioms it was awesome you can check that here!™ but today we are going to discuss another six wonderful idioms that will improve you writing and communication skills this week and probably turn you an orator in English language.

6-Blog writing Idioms and Meanings

[=>When the ballon goes up==>When the balloon goes up,This means a situation turns unpleasant or serious.

E.g when the balloon goes you may definitely run out of blogging since you refuse to apply the strategies at the initial stage.

[=>A chain is no stronger than its weakest link ==>This is used If something is excessive or annoying, it is a bit much.

E.g when implementing seo strategies on your blog never let it be as that of a chain which is no stronger than its weakest link CU's search engines hate over optimisation.

[=>a fresh pair of eyes.==>A person who is brought in to examine something carefully is a fresh pair of eyes.

E.g I was the fresh pair of eyes to check and edit his blog template when he was a newbie.

[=>A lot on my plate ==>If you have got a lot on your plate, this simply means you are very busy and have much commitments

E.g I couldn't attempt your request CU's I have a lot on plate.

[=>A textbook case,==> this is used to show a classic or common example of something.

E.g the good textbook case of ogbonge blogs template is what kingsweb uses today!!!

[=>All over bar the shouting==>When something is all over bar the shouting, the outcome is absolutely certain

E.g when all seo strategies are implemented without leaving any stone unturned the positive outcome is all over the bar the shouting.
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  1. Idioms are always interesting and amusing because of their symbolic meanings but some idioms are really tough to understand.
    Thank you,
    Lilly, UK