Starting a business blog can be such an exhilarating experience. You are excited to put pen to paper and get your blog written and released to the universe. The problem with this? You could quickly run into a roadblock if you are not careful. Today’s post will teach you how to plan one year of content for your business blog. I want your blog to be insightful and helpful to your audience no matter your brand. So, stick around as we delve deeper into today’s topic.
I was checking out a blog post the other day that had an informative title. I was excited to dig in, but then I saw a pretty horrific blog layout. It made me almost immediately close out of the page. I couldn’t force myself to read it. From that point on, I decided to create this blog post all about how to make your blog posts easier to read.
Writing a blog post takes more work than you think. This changes depending on the niche and person, but likely you’ll need the following eight tips to create blog posts that are easy to read for your audience. I hope that my insight helps you create content that you can be proud of.
Okay, don’t throw me under the bus, but it’s been over a month since I last updated Amanda Cross Co. I have had such a busy month and a half, and I wanted to hop on here quickly to explain myself before September rolls around. I want to be much more present for you guys in September, so think of today’s post as a warm up! Let’s chat about what I’ve been up to.
When you write a blog, your goal shouldn’t be to plop out as much content as possible. Instead, your goal should be to create compelling content that gives your readers knowledge every single time they check out a blog post. It can be challenging to write long-form content, after all, you may not even be sure you know 1,000+ words about a topic. Trust me, you do. I know you do because I can write 1,000+ word articles every week and I am no expert (just a girl who loves to learn.) Let’s get started writing lengthy content by reading a lengthy piece about creating lengthy content. 😉