3. Write an Outline For Your Post
Great blog posts don’t just appear out of nowhere. Also the most professional bloggers need a rough plan to keep them on track. Here’s where outlines come in handy when creating a blog post.
To begin, write down your ideas and organize them into some kind of structure. An outline doesn’t have to be long or detailed – it’s just a rough guide to ensure you don’t go all over the place and ramble something off topic. It’s critical just to make sure you have the information that you need for the topic.
4. Filling it In
Now you have the title and the outline, it’s time to fill it in. It is important to have the right tone in creating a blog post. Put links and sources – two to five is good but seven is an overkill.
Include nice cover photos or pictures (that look professional) throughout to give your audience an insight of what you’re trying to tell them. People also lack the time, will, or ability to concentrate on long blog posts without some visual input. You can go to Canva, Unsplash and Pixabay for free images.
5. Finally, Post it!
Check the flow of your post by reading it aloud, or have someone else read it and provide feedback. Edit and click post!
Blogging is one of those tasks that seems to be easy before you really get to do it. It does, however, get simpler with time and practice, and you’ll be creating a blog post like a pro in no time.
Tools For Writing:
You can generate and update text documents right in your web browser with no special software needed. Much better, many people can function at the same time, you can see other people’s updates as they happen, and any update is instantly saved. It can be accessed anywhere and everywhere.