How to Write a Perfect Blog Post
You know what? I get to work with clients who already have invested so much time and effort creating blog posts on their websites. However, if you are also creating blog posts with little or no results, then know this “writing a perfect blog post should start by targeting keywords” or else, if you do not start by targeting keywords that are searched by your ideal audience, then, who is going to visit your blog to read your blog posts?.
Knowing this fact, it is only smart to build momentum and authority using blogging.
Here’s the Video That Shows You ‘How You Can Write Perfect Posts’
Ingredients for Writing a Perfect Blog Post
What if you could not only write your stunningly consumable blog posts and almost instantly get people to read it? I hear you say “yes, yes”
Now listen to me very carefully as the success of your blog depends on it. For each subject area you write your blog posts for, there are thousands (if not millions of blog posts) already written about the same subject.
Therefore, your utmost attention is needed for finding keywords that do not have lots of competitors (meaning, there aren’t too many published blog posts about the same subject you want to write about). And how you find that is through using Google Advanced Search operators like so:
Notice the words wrapped around double quotes and also the Google Advanced Search Query (asterisk * the wildcard operator) this reveals to you to the most searched long tailed keywords that you can begin to target.
Use advanced search operators and look at the result set, which can further reveal to you if other blog publishers are doing all the right things in terms of search engine optimization for higher Google Rankings. In the above example image, we can see that there are others who have written content for these sample keywords. However, because you are learning with RankYa SEO, now you can take a look at these results sets, and ask:
ARE THE KEYWORDS I AM INTERESTED In MENTIONED IN THE ORDER THAT I WILL TARGET THEM
Looking at the example above, you can see that the second result set is (in the URL), and yet, you can also be confident in knowing that these results aren’t fully optimized. Well at least not like the knowledge contained in RankYa SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
So all in all, find long tailed keywords, and then write your blog posts answering questions that your ideal audience is searching for, coupled with on page optimization techniques and focus your attention on usability of your mobile friendly website assures that for each blog post you create, your website visitors will thank you for it because you answered their questions on your blog.
Thank you for learning with RankYa and sharing this post on your social media profiles so that other website owners can also benefit from it. Happy blogging.