Sometimes we write what we speak verbally but that strategy doesn’t always work because the context is often missing when writing your articles.
The challenge with writing articles that become very conversational is that it’s hard to figure out what your primary point or theme is? The solution is to GET TO THE POINT. :-)
Also, eliminate very wordy sentences such as this one: “I don’t necessariliy mean to imply that, but sometimes better than not you will find that it is true.” when you could easily say, “In most cases, you will find that it’s true.”
Also, don’t apologize to the reader. Instead, start by not insulting them with long complex and very wordy sentences. Our lives are busy enough that we don’t have time to be bogged down with a highly verbose writing style.
Another way to become less conversational: Write in shorter sentences (7-12 words max per sentence) and shorter paragraphs (3-7 sentences max per paragraph).
Lastly, go back and read what you wrote out loud and ask yourself this question: Would someone become bored with me if I was talking this way to them? If so, go back and try to figure out how to ‘get to the point’ better and in fewer words.