Blog Post Worksheet
Find a Topic
-Be sure the topic is relevant to your blog's purpose and your
Suggest Potential Titles
-Your title might change while you write it, but having a general
idea of what it is will help you stay on track.
- Gain insight on the subject and research it enough to put
together a quality post.
- Lookup keywords and phrases that your post is likely going to
be found by via Google.
350 words or more
- Blog posts in good SEO standing are made up of atleast 350
- Be sure to naturally include the keywords and phrases you
found from your research.
- Good blog posts also include a few helpful links to other
websites within the body of text.
- Wherever possible, try to add helpful links to other pages of
- After writing, you can fully develop the title of your post with
appropriate keywords from your research.
- Note: Subheadings should be hierarchically
organized by H2, H3, and H4 tags for SEO
- Whenever starting a new point or major paragraph, come up
with a subheading containing similar keywords or phrases.
- Add atleast one accompanying image to compliment your
Correct Spelling and Grammar
- Read over your post and correct any spelling mistakes and
poorly formed sentences
Preview the Post
- Before Publishing, preview your post and make needed
changes to structure, organization, and layout
Publish the Post
- If you feel good about the post and you are ready to share it
with the world, publish it!
- After publishing your post, share it on all your social media
platforms and with all your friends, family, or coworkers.
- You might discover something after publishing the post
through one of your readers. Don't be afraid to notify your
readers and add an updated section at the end of your post.
Keep it Relevant
- Over time, your post may become irrelevant and out of date.
Keep it fresh and always useful as time goes on.