How To Write The Perfect Blog Post or Article

This is your first subheading. Tell us about your blog post.

You want to write the perfect blog post. Well, this is where you start writing the article. You’re going to start off slow and then start to get into the topic of the article and what not. Make sure everything you write is extremely legible so that both readers and search engine crawlers can easily understand what your article is about. This is one of the most important things when writing an article for the World Wide Web. You can also add a drop cap if you want because drop caps are cool and they make your blog post look important. SEO or content wise they really add no value though. If you don’t like how they look, don’t add them. Simple as that.

I have to warn you, before that first paragraph, I have a little snippet of text above a more tag for styling the blog post for WordPress.

This is your second subheading. Really get in to why you’re writing your blog post here.

This is where you really get into why you’re trying to write your version of an amazing blog post. Really focus on what your article is about here. You should have a lot of good stuff under this heading, but also make sure not too keep it too long. If you can, try to include a few links that redirect the reader back to another time that you wrote a blog post just like this one. Don’t sacrifice redirection back to other content for the reader’s ease and legibility. That is the most important part of putting text on a web page.

You may not know it, but it is extremely important to write blog posts for SEO. This is because it builds out your website while adding valuable content that both people and search engines want to read. You’ll find a more in-depth example on why this is important here. It’s also extremely important to link to other content outside of your own website. This is because the internet is about sharing. Maybe you’ll link to someone else that wrote a blog post that you liked reading because it was so perfect.

This is your third subheading. What is the reason you’re still writing at this point? There has to be one.

Now depending on the type of article you’re writing, you might not need this many headings. Obviously, the more text you have on your web page, the more subheadings you’re going to want to have. You may just have an intro to the blog post and a short paragraph that tells you what your blog post is about. But if you have a blog post that actually has some SEO value, you’re going to be writing at least a few hundred words. That means you’re going to want another heading that tells you what your article is about.

This is your fourth heading. It’s time wind up your article so that it gets closer to being done. I’ve used an H3 tag here instead of an H2 so that you know you can write a little bit more and this stuff might be less important. Typically I’ll use an H3 tag for lists though.

Under this heading, you don’t really want to put content that is more (or even a lot less) important than the rest of the article. It’s important to keep your article on topic, but you can really go into expressing your point in more depth here. You can save your better points and your more fleshed out content for the rest of the article. Maybe you want to have more than one paragraph. That’s fine as long as you try and keep the points your making related to the topic that you originally starting discussing. You don’t want to open an article telling you how to write the perfect blog post and end up reading about ten recipes for Buffalo style chicken wings. That just doesn’t make sense and it will definitely reflect your article’s page score

Maybe We’ll Put the Title of a List Here, Structured as an H3.

  • This is an H4.

  • Another one but y’know, list content.

  • And the same thing again.

This is your last section of the article. It’s important that you close up all the points you were making in this portion of the blog post. Again, remember to keep it concise and to the point. Don’t type extra words just to have them. An article with one hundred words and a few pictures is better than three hundred words of gibberish. However if you can write three hundred words about your topic, that’s usually the sign of a better article. We hope this article has been informative. Make sure that you check out the site and I hope that you enjoy this reading. You can always find more content on the blog.