There are many different types of content that you can write about from business to technology and more… However, what will really catch your audiences’ attention and keep them engaged? How can you properly structure your blog posts to make this happen?
Here are a few examples that you can input into your blog:
- How To’s and Tutorials: We often read articles to learn how to accomplish something. Your clients/customers are the same way. They have a problem, and you can help them solve it by creating a step-by-step post that leads them to a solution.
- List: List posts streamline information into numbered or bullet point lists that are easy for your readers to read, share, and even put into action. This helps to find the best information in the shortest amount of time.
- Resources or Link Lists: Very similar to, if not overlapping with, the list post is the resource post. The difference is that resource posts curate other people’s content.
- Cheat Sheets, Checklist, To-do’s: While not too different from a how-to, these posts tend to focus on how to do something more efficiently and ensure nothing is forgotten.
- Reviews: There are two kinds of review posts. Frist, is a straight review of a product, or a compare-and-contrast of multiple related products.
- Controversial Posts: If you want interaction, take a controversial stance on a subject your audience is passionate about.
- Infographics: This is a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data. They’re easy to find and interesting to read.You can find an infographic by searching on a certain topic, like restaurant infographic.
- Podcast Show Notes: Behind every great podcast are the show notes, which you can publish as a blog post. You can use a full transcript of the show or just highlight the main themes.
- Videos: Besides posting on Instagram or YouTube, you can reap even bigger rewards by embedding your videos on your blog.
- Interviews: Interviews are a great way take the pressure off of you to create content. Talk to industry leaders, satisfied customers or a random guy at the coffee shop to get a fresh perspective you can share with your audience.
- Guest Posts: Getting outside experts to contribute to your blog gives you fresh content without having to write it all yourself.
- Blog Series: Sometimes an idea is just too big for a single post. One way to maximize the impact of a “big idea” is to break it into parts. A series helps build anticipation for the next post and improves your SEO if you link from one post to the next in a natural, organic way.
- Vlogging: This is a live blog post, like doing a Facebook Live.
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