There are three key elements to focus on when blogging. Those three key elements include links, copy, and images. If you focus on these three key elements appropriately then you will be writing a quality blog in no time at all. The more blogs you write with these things in mind, the better you will get. If any of the text below spurs on further questions, please feel free to get a hold of us. We’d love to chat more with you.
Blogging With Links
Links are a very important part of blogs for variety of reasons. Links can be considered reputation builders in Google’s algorithm and links can be used to point readers two additional quality content. These links can lead to supporting content and even content that expounds upon what you said. In terms of Google’s algorithm, I think we all know that links both inbound and outbound weight very heavily on our sites ranking. Of course you want to make sure that your outbound links are quality links that lead to your blog. How many links are you currently adding to your blog? How reputable is the content on the page is that your links lead to?
Blogging With Copy
The copy on your blog is the most crucial element of your blog. Why is it the most crucial element of your blog you say? It the most crucial element because it substantiates the argument that builds your reputation when the blog is crawled. It also tells the user or reader that you’re aware of your subject matter and you are a professional that’s knowledgeable in your field. You should be writing anywhere between 3 to 500 words per blog if not more. However, keep in mind that the more you writ,e the less likely it is that your visitor will read the entire blog. It’s actually stated that on a landing page only 28% of text is generally read. Make sure to use words that are vital and professional and ask to hyperlink to additional content. Use keywords that are related to your industry. Write your copy as if you’re speaking to your general demographic. Also, write your copy so that it leads the reader into the further copy to keep interest. Lastly, gain feedback from those who read your blog. You’ll find tons of valuable nuggets that you can use moving forward.
Blogging With Images
By now, I am sure you’ve noticed that your blog certainly needs images. Blogs without images tend to be boring and drab. When a visitor reads your blog they want to be visually stimulated while reading quality content. Of course, Google considers images on your blog a valuable asset as well. So, if nothing else, place images on your blog to gain organic ranking. Make sure when you’re adding images to your blog to edit and add your alternant text, your description for the Image and a title that supports the image so that a visitor to gain an understanding of the blog content by reading the image text alone. The same note goes for the visual on the image is well. The image should relate to what you’re writing about. You should also use images that support the content with visual cues if possible. A good example is a man pointing at the product you are selling or a baby Pointing at a diaper when selling diapers.
So that just about covers what you need when blogging. The most valuable elements of your blog that is. If you have any questions regarding this content we would love to chat more. We also listed a few links below the other quality content that you can read and grow from. If you’d like ,send us your blog. We love to read it and to give you feedback.
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