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The Ultimate Checklist for the Perfect Post. This post may contain affiliate links to products I like.
I decided to write this post as I am still learning on my blogging journey (in leaps and bounds) and the posts from other bloggers, especially on Pinterest, has been invaluable. There is always a tidbit of information that is a real gem and shows that many brains found in one place is an invaluable goldmine. The life blood of blogging is your posts so it is essential that you get it right! Here is your checklist to make sure your post has all the essential elements in it:
Your title (h1)has a keyword or phrase associated with your niche. It answers a question or a need in that niche, in order to gain the attention of the reader. It is important that you do your keyword research before you start your blog by researching what people are looking for on Google. So you need to find what their problem is and you can do this by typing …
Where Can You Get Online Courses in Any Niche?
It is good to know where you can get online courses-in any niche-so you develop your expertise in a particular area you want to focus on, or feel your knowledge needs more development.
It is important that fellow bloggers, marketers and customers feel that your expertise is worthy of a 'follow' and their email address. At high school, we probably did not study what we are now working at, so it is learning 'on the run' as we do our business.
I remember the countless hours I spent on lo-o-o-o-o-o-ng webinars when I started blogging-from ANYBODY who reached my inbox-until I started to 'cull' people and emails as I recognised who were experts in their field and genuinely gave a lot of value, without constantly hitting my email box with medium and high priced offers.
I also culled those so-called 'high profile marketers' who took 20 minutes to introduce themselves, gave some short snippets of value, followed b…