Writing a post

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  • 1. An Article Is A PostWRITING A POST
  • 2. The First Trick is gettingin. The front of your blogis the front end. Inside,the place where you doyour work is the back end.You have to get into theback end to write a post.Start by going to your blogand in the upper righthand corner click sign inor new post. If itremembers you it will saynew post.YOU START HERE TO DO ALL YOUR WORK IN THE BACK END
  • 3. Always give the article atitle. (red) Search enginesevaluate this as part oftheir process.Write in the large box.(blue) You begin incompose mode and mustclick the HTML button toadd HTMLYou can adjust the sizeand font (yellow) and usebold, underline, etc.(purple)TO DO OTHER THINGS IN THE BACK END CLICK THE BLOG TITLE IN UPPER LEFTPART OF THE SCREEN. (EXAMPLE: BLOGGING FOR GENE……)
  • 4. The black arrow shows asection for adding links,photos, and videos.The red arrow shows thearea where you canformat the text.The blue arrow shows thespell checker. Always spellcheck.The yellow shows whereyou label. Labeling isimportant for searchengines. And scheduleallows you to tell when thearticle is to go live.LABELING IS ALSO PART OF YOUR CATEGORIZING PROCESS
  • 5. LABELS ARE TAGS IN A GOOGLE BLOG Each article should have at least one label. Many will have two or three. You may do more. There are two functions of labels. 1- Tell the search engines this is what this article is about. 2- This is how you should categorize this post. Too many categories both confuse the search engines and the visitors to your blog.
  • 6. The black arrow shows asection for adding links,photos, and videos.We will provide separateinstructions on each ofthese features.ALWAYS ADD A LABEL
  • 7. The red arrow shows thearea you can format thetext.You can justify your text,add numbers, and addbullets.More to the left you canbold, italics, underline,cross out text andunderline.You can preview yourarticle, publish it, or savefor later as a draft (Purple)BOLDING AND INCREASING SOME OF A FEW WORDS OF THE TEXT SIZE TELLSGOOGLE TO TAKE NOTE OF THAT AS IT ANALYZES YOUR BLOG.
  • 8. The blue arrow is whereyou spell check.Always spell check.BOLDING AND INCREASING SOME OF A FEW WORDS OF THE TEXT SIZE TELLSGOOGLE TO TAKE NOTE OF THAT AS IT ANALYZES YOUR BLOG.
  • 9. WILL YOU REALLY DO THIS? Be brave, publish that article. Adding a photo adds interest and will often be what people like the best. The fear of publishing the first few posts is what keeps most people from blogging. Remember why you considered doing this will be important now. The “I’m not a great writer is no excuse“. Your goal probably wasn’t to be perfect but had a more noble purpose. Let us know if you need better explanations or how to do something we haven’t provided yet. larry@cragun.net