Tips On How To

Write A Blog

Blogging can help improve your website’s and overall business’s credibility by sharing relevant information and offering opinions on topics. Hopefully this web story can serve as a guide for those who are unsure of where or how to begin writing a blog.

Begin your blog with some kind  of introduction. You should introduce the topic and provide minimal background information. Make succinct points while also providing material that the reader needs to know or is interested in.

The Introduction

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After the introduction comes  the body or overview of the blog.  This is where you can do a  deep dive into your blog topic.  This portion of the blog is a good place to provide examples, tips, and strategies if they are relevant to your topic.

The Overview

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Final portion of the blog should be the conclusion. This is where you summarize the key points that you made in the overview. The reader should finish reading your blog  and feel that his or questions are answered or problems are solved.

The Conclusion

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It may be a good idea to end your conclusion section with a CTA, such as “read this next” or “check out our services” to further guide the reader through your website and assist with on-page SEO.

How should you wrap up your conclusion?

Bonus Tips For Good Blog Posts:

- Use hyperlinks to help  guide readers to more of  your content.

- When writing your posts, make sure you use consistent brand voice and imagery.

- Use images in your blog post to break up the wording and keep the content interesting.

- For any written work, make sure you take the time to edit and revise your blog post.

Remember that consistency  is key; post blogs regularly and  post about relevant and engaging topics. Posting on a regular basis can help maintain a constant flow of content and can keep you in a pattern of writing. We post our blogs every Friday and you can check out our latest posts here!

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