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How to Write a Blog Post From Start to Finish | Neil Patel

How to Write a Blog Post From Start to Finish

How to Write a Blog Post From Start to Finish

In this video, Neil Patel is going to show you exactly how I make a post from start to finish.

Have you read any of my articles and noticed that they all follow the same format?

Furthermore, it is not a coincidence. It’s because of a factor. Because that formula enables me to generate at least 37 thousand visits per blog post.

Do you want to know how I came up with this technique and how I write the finest blog posts? It is beneficial to a B2B, B2C, personal, or corporate blog.

It’s the most effective blogging formula on the market!

As of today, I’m going to show you my formula for writing the best article.

 

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I’m going to show you the fantastic formula that I use for my personal blog site.

It is beneficial to a B2C, B2B, individual or business blog site.

It can be used for a variety of purposes. It is, without a doubt, the best recipe available. The first piece of advice is to

Beginning off with a title.  Don’t simply start writing an article, unless you have the specific title, do not write your post.

When it comes to writing an article, the second stage you must follow is the introduction.

You need to grab people’s attention with a striking statement in your introduction.

It’s also about discussing what will be discussed in the article.

Just giving them a quick outline of what you’re going to teach them is a great approach to draw them in and encourage them to read more of your blog article and, ideally, leave a comment at the conclusion.

Now that we’ve completed the intro, let’s get it into your body.

Subheadings should be used in your body. Keep in mind that you want your content to be easy to skim.

You’re not going to perform well if folks can’t skim it.

Subheadings should be used in the body, and paragraphs should be no more than 5 to 6 lines long.

Furthermore, you’ll see that, at least on neilpatel.com, I connect out to many other people when you’re writing your material in your body.

That’s part of my approach; it’s not so much about linking to your own site as it is about connecting to other sites.

Because when you connect to other sites, open up your sources, and cite them, it gives you more credibility, makes you and your company appear more professional, and that’s how you want to be perceived when you’re writing material.

 

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Final touch

Finally, you’ll want to end your blog post with a conclusion.

The conclusion recaps what your post was about, and you end your conclusion with a question.

More people are more inclined to leave a comment if you close with a question.

Interaction occurs when they leave a comment.

You’re much more likely to make sales if you can get people involved.

If people read your blog but don’t interact with you, they’re unlikely to become a leader or buy your products or services.

As a result, you must conclude with a question. Also, here’s what we uncovered about judgments.

We employ a scroll mat feature at Brazing Crazy Egg, and what we observed through testing is that when people first land on a blog message, they immediately scroll to the bottom, check out the concluding thought, and then return up and read the remainder, assuming they like the verdict.

As a result, make sure your final thought is labelled “Verdict.” Don’t get too fancy with it; keep it simple.

Simply put, it’s a great ole’ last thought. That’s how I come up with blog entries! It isn’t tough at all.

Now, one thing I did mention along this entire process of producing blog articles is the need to link to other websites.

Here’s a reward suggestion: I realize this is a little bit more than just

People enjoy acquiring backlinks since it increases the amount of traffic to their websites when they link out to others.

Especially if you’re positively engaging with them.

Hopefully, you aren’t slamming anyone in your post.

Keep your head above water.

So, as soon as you connect with them, send them an email. “Hello, Curtis. I just wanted to let you know that I am a huge fan of your work, to the point where I linked to you in my most recent blog post.

You can have a look at it right now. Thank you, Neil. P.S. It would certainly brighten my day if you shared it “.

That is all there is to it. Many people who are related to, like me, don’t mind sharing items on Twitter.

It increases the number of visitors to the blog owner’s site.

 

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