Here for the perfect blog post structure guide??
Well, there is nothing like a perfect blog post structure. The more creative you could be, the more exciting your post will be. Here we are with the blog structure to control whether your blog will be read, shared, or ignored.
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It should be catchy. Always heard that. Right??
What they mean by catchy? Let’s dive directly into it.
Your headline of the blog is the first impression towards the user. and we all know the first impression is? No not the last one in our case it should be a lasting one. Make your headline unique, useful and it can convey a sense of urgency.
Use the title tag to make your headline or title more effective it will create an impact on the search engine when it appears in the SERPs. A title always should be given a title tag to make it more effective and heavier that it can represent the importance of your blog.
Include numbers and questions when you are including number and questions you are creating a headline with a user experience. According to some research, the headlines having numbers or questions are having more chances to be clicked than the normal ones.
The purpose of the hook to pin the user throughout the blog. it’s your responsibility to engage the user and cause readers to continue reading.
Take a look at perfect hook points:
- Ask a worthwhile question.
- Share an interesting or shocking fact or statistic.
- Share a personal story.
- Put the end first.
- Start with a success story.
As we talked it should be a lasting one. The main body of the content is responsible to hold the user for a longer time and also responsible for the blog to be shared.
After a catchy title when the user comes to the main body content is responsible to hold the users.
Here are some pro tips to make your content readable:
- Should be unique and relatable.
- It should answer the reader’s questions.
- Include photos, videos, podcasts, or quotes to increase its readability.
- Use statistics to show the importance of a specific topic.
- If you are using any outside data use from an authorized source.
“Always go an extra mile”
To make it more effective keep a habit to write the blog as you are talking to only a specific person or one group at a time. It helps to build an immediate connection to the user that you are talking to them through your words.
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“Photo preserve memories”
Starting from feature image to end image. An image can create a memory of your blog post with the user. Because visuals are remembered more than words.
Photos in the form of infographics, screenshots, illustrations, or memes. Yes, memes. It became most eye-catching nowadays people are more sort of finding the fun element which can connect to information.
Make sure that you stand out with your own photos, because the photos you will find on a search engine may be used in some other posts also user may get confused about seeing the same image in other posts.
Formatting is the extra mile I have said to go for.
A well-formatted blog post shows the seriousness of the information you provided. Important points highlighted points, subheadings, bullets, and captions on images hold the users also if the user is in the mood of not reading.
Not everyone is here to read the blog post, some are for just overview or main points. Thus, provide them with what they want and they revisit your site. These create an impression on the user’s mind that holds for the reminder.
Some of the key points that shouldn’t be neglected.
- Font face
- Font size
- Line spacing
- Paragraph length
- Sentence length
Yes, this all matters this is also called formatting these elements are also responsible to holds the user’s attention.