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Your Guide to Picking Blog Topics

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Your Guide to Picking Blog Topics

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With over 42.6 million new posts published on WordPress every month and 77% of internet users reading them, blogging is still a strong force to be reckoned with by small and large businesses alike. The addition of a couple of blog posts relevant to your business or products can be really useful for building an interested customer base and promoting your brand’s reach.

We understand that sometimes it can be a little daunting to come up with blog topics, here are our favourite tips for beating writer’s block.

1. Make it Relevant

If your blog posts will be published on a company website it is important to keep them as relevant as possible to the primary subject or industry. A general rule is that if people are looking for the company website they’re probably looking to learn something about a topic similar to it.

If you’re looking to build a blog on your own, something apart from your work life look at writing about topics that interest you, whether that’s Mediterranean food or nail art. Condensing the themes that you write about down to a minimum will keep your blog concise, link your posts and give you lots of opportunities

How to Write a Blog Post in 10 Steps

As quality content has become one of the most powerful factors in SEO, blogging has never been more important. By updating your blog regularly, you can help to boost your rankings in search and get your content seen by a wider audience. But if your blog looks more inviting to tumbleweed than a reader, or worse is non-existent, then it’s time to make a change. And running a blog really isn’t that difficult when you know how.

how to write a blog post

In this post, we help you out by explaining how to write a blog post in 10 simple steps:

1.      Understand Your Audience

This point comes first because getting it wrong can mean the make or break for a blog post. What you write and how you write it should be directly informed by your target audience. Focus on what your potential visitors are interested in. When you’re in the know then your ideas will flow naturally, informing the topics you choose and the tone of your voice.

And consider this: what’s relevant to your business sector and interesting to your audience are not always the same thing. For example, if you were selling mobile phone cases and came across a news story …