Learn how to write a good blog post with our easy guide. From picking a title to ending with a call to action, we'll show you each step.

Blog Post Structure – Blog post Kesy published Kren

WordPress Post Publishing:

  1. Login to Your Dashboard: First, go to your WordPress website dashboard (usually “www.yourwebsite.com/wp-admin”).
  2. Add New Post: On the left sidebar, hover over ‘Posts‘ and then click ‘Add New‘.
  3. Title and Content: Add a title at the top and then input your content in the provided editor below.
  4. Add Images: Click on the ‘Add Media‘ button above the editor. Upload new images or select existing ones. Once selected, click ‘Insert into post‘.
  5. Categories and Tags: On the right sidebar, choose or add categories and tags relevant to your post.
  6. Publish: Once you’re satisfied, click the ‘Publish‘ button on the right sidebar.

Blogger Post Publishing:

  1. Login to Your Dashboard: Go to “www.blogger.com” and log in.
  2. Create a New Post: On the dashboard, you’ll see your blog listed. Click on ‘New Post’ below the blog name.
  3. Title and Content: Add a title at the top. Below that, there’s a content editor where you can write your post.
  4. Add Images: Use the image icon on the toolbar (looks like a picture) to add images. You can upload from your computer or choose from already uploaded images.
  5. Labels: On the right sidebar, add relevant labels to categorize your content.
  6. Publish: Click the orange ‘Publish’ button at the top right when you’re ready.

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Blog Post Structure:

  1. Title (Headline):
    • Captivating and to the point.
    • It should clearly convey what the post is about.
    • Ideally contains your focus keyword.
  2. Introduction:
    • A brief overview of what the blog post is about.
    • Can include a personal story or a relatable incident to engage readers.
    • State the problem or question that the blog post will address.
  3. Subheading (H2):
    • Breaks down the main topic.
    • Helps structure the content and make it reader-friendly.
  4. Main Content (Paragraphs under H2):
    • Detailed information about the sub-topic.
    • Should be structured in short paragraphs for easy reading.
    • Can use bullet points or numbered lists if explaining steps or listing items.
  5. Images or Visuals:
    • Use high-quality, relevant images.
    • Ensure they are optimized for the web (in terms of size).
  6. Additional Subheadings (H2, H3, etc.):
    • Continue to break down content into sub-topics.
    • Helps in organizing the content and providing a logical flow.
  7. Internal and External Links:
    • Link to other relevant articles on your website (internal links).
    • Link to authoritative sources if you’re quoting data or research (external links).
  8. Conclusion:
    • Summarize the main points discussed in the blog.
    • Can provide a personal opinion or a call to action, prompting readers to take some action or leave a comment.
  9. Call to Action (CTA):
    • Encourage readers to take a specific action, like signing up for a newsletter, sharing the post, or reading another related article.
  10. Comments Section:
  • Allow readers to leave comments, ask questions, or share their own experiences.
  1. Author Bio (Optional):
  • A short bio of the writer, establishing credibility.

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