Plan your blog post choosing a topic, creating an outline, conducting research, and checking facts.
Craft a headline that is both informative and will capture readers’ attentions.
Write your post, either writing a draft in a single session or gradually word on parts of it.
Use images to enhance your post, improve its flow, add humour, and explain complex topics.
Make sure to avoid repetition, read your post aloud to check its flow, have someone else read it and provide feedback, keep sentences and paragraphs short, don’t be a perfectionist, don’t be afraid to cut out text or adapt your writing last minute.
You’ve probably heard how paramount blogging is to the success of your marketing. Without it, your SEO will rank, you’ll have nothing to promote in social media, you’ll have no clout with your leads and customers, and you’ll have fewer pages to put those valuable calls-to-action that generate inbound leads. Need I say more?
So why, oh why, does almost every marketer I talk to have a laundry list of excuses for why they can’t consistently blog? Maybe because, unless you’re one of the few people who actually like writing, business blogging kind of stinks. You have to find words, string them together into sentences, and where do you even start?
Well my friend, the time for excuses is over. After you read this post, there will be absolutely no reason you can’t blog every single day — and do it quickly. Not only am I about to provide you with a simple blogging formula to follow, but I’m also going to give you.
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