**This post was written on the 24th of May
Welcome back!🤩💕 Today, I’ll be sharing a few tips for planning out blog posts. Let’s get into it!
Right now, I have over a month of blog post ideas planned. (hOw-) here are a few tips that helped me!
-Writing down your post ideas
I have so many lost post ideas, and I didn’t realise how significant this was until I actually started doing it. Make sure you write down your ideas whenever you feel that spark for blogging😉✨
This may be in your blogging journal, a notebook, or in an app like Notes. You can dot down your ideas, and add in the main subheadings – that’ll get you started on the post!
If you write a lot of posts at the same time, schedule them to post on different dates. This will keep you on track, consistent and full of ideas!
Having a posting schedule will also help you figure out when to post which kind of posts. For example : Mondays- Inspirational posts, Wednesdays- Baking posts, Fridays- Tags, etc.
–Do your research
I always have a new tab open next to the one I’m writing in, if I need to do a quick look-up, or find images for my blog. This is a really efficient tip! 👍 You can find related articles, or to check the spelling of words.
The most important part of the blog is (probably) the title, so think of a title that you would want to click on, and read. Make sure you use the correct keywords – here are some questions to ask yourself before you decide on a title:
- Does the title fit the content?
- Does it have correct keywords?
- Would I click on it?
- Is it something I would want to read more of?
–Review your comments
Reviewing your comments is a great way to find post ideas. Look for questions your readers have and find out what they want to learn more about. You could have a poll, to know what your readers would like to read, and gather inspiration from there!
–Start with Visuals
Looking through images can give you ideas for new posts. You can look up the topic you want to write about, look through the images, and write your ideas down! 😛 You could go on Unsplash, or any stock photo website – or just in your phone’s gallery 😉
Well, that’s a wrap! I hope that helped you☺️💛
Thank you so much for reading!🥳
I’ll see you next time on A Curly Sue’s Ramblings