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How To Edit Your Blog Posts

Published on 11/23/2017
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ProBlogger.com is always worth reading for great tips on the business of blogging. There's a great article which contains a very useful checklist which they aim to follow when posting content on a blog:

 

  1. Open Google Docs and write as much as you can within the document.
  2. Click on the "gear" icon above the document, and select "convert to Wordpress".
  3. Check/rewrite the post title.
  4. Check the URL - is it SEO-friendly?
  5. Check the schedule date and time. Posts are always published at 0000 hours.
  6. Preview the content. Look at formatting, and check for errors and readability. Use white space to help with ease of reading.
  7. Check headlines, H2 tags etc for grammar and SEO.
  8. Check the images.
  9. Make sure relevant post categories have been selected.
  10. Edit the "snippet" - make it Google-friendly, and also something to attract clicks.
  11. Choose a focus keyword. Again, think about the SEO.
  12. Set the featured image.
  13. Look at the "Yoast" SEO analysis.
  14. Schedule social messages.
  15. Double-check everything, and schedule the post.

 

There's plenty to think about - not just checking for spelling mistakes and upside-down images. Readability is a key point - using a decent font size, and plenty of white space can make a lot of difference.

If you're not sure what's meant by "white space", then just think about breaking the text into short paragraphs. It's much easier on the eye (and brain!).

If you write regularly already, then you may well already have built up a routine for checking and formatting your content. But there may be some food for thought in the ProBlogger checklist, and the rest of their article...

https://problogger.com/edit-your-blog-posts/

 

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