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How to Write and Publish Your First Blog Post

Mon,Oct 12,2020 by Viktorija Marković

Blogging is one of those jobs that seems easy until you have to do it. Fortunately, it does get easier, and with time and practice, you’ll be blogging like a professional.

1. Generate ideas
Coming up with winning ideas is often the most difficult part of blogging, so it’s crucial to carve out time for creative thinking. To get started, consider your goals, niche, your target audience, and what you want to offer readers and customers. Begin by jotting down the types of stories your readers might be interested in.

2. Write a great headline
There are two main approaches you can take to writing blog post headlines. You can either decide on your final headline before you write the rest of your post (and use your headline to structure your outline), or you can write your blog post with a working title and see what fits when you’re done.

3. Add Subheadings and Shorter Paragraphs to Break up the Page

Formatting is very important for blog posts. Usually, people skim through the content before they actually decide to read it, so it’s recommended to break up your article with subheadings. Another good tip is to use shorter paragraphs to help your readers work their way through your post.

4. Write as you talk

Writing like you’re talking to your reader can make them feel like they’re having a conversation with someone, rather than actually reading a post. This way your readers will feel like you’re talking to them one-on-one.

5. Have someone else to read your work
This is crucial for inexperienced or casual bloggers. Asking a friend or colleague to check your work isn’t an admission of weakness or a sign of failure – it’s a commitment to making your work as strong as it possibly can be.

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