How to Write Your First Blog Post

How to Write Your First Blog Post

Effective Tips for Writing Your First Blog Post with 58 Blog Post Ideas.

It all starts with the first blog post.

I know... I've been through that phase. You have mixed feelings:

You imagine yourself as a successful blogger, and you think that blogging is all you need. But the first thing you do your feelings change. you develop:

You feel stuck, maybe a little depressed.

I decided to write this blog post just for you.

To help you find your way and do only the things you need to do in order to succeed.

You will get tips and recommendations from experts and regular bloggers who have been in your current niche.
You can get support from comments and social shares,
You just need a guide on how to write your first blog post:

Because it will help you avoid making basic mistakes
Because it will give you some practical steps to take
Because it will allow you to get rid of your doubts and lead you to amazing results, even with your first participation.

So, where should you start?

Step 1. What do you write in your first blog post
You need ideas. Lots of ideas, not just for your first post, but for your next posts as well.

Start by creating a file of your notes and ideas.

It could be Evernote, Google Docs, or Trello. (I use Trello to jot down my thoughts.)

In Trello, it is very easy to add your idea. Even if you are walking or having lunch, your phone is always with you. Anytime, anywhere, the idea can hit you, and you'll need to write it down.

Here are 20 ideas for the first blog posts:

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Create your first blog post on the topic you know best about. Make sure to link to other sites/bloggers in your niche and notify them when your post is published.
Do some research in the area you are passionate about.
Share some stats and numbers: People love posts with data.
Dispel some myths in a particular area and match them with the facts.
Create a list of inspirational quotes relevant to your niche.
Describe in detail the process of creating something.
Talk about other methods you've used to achieve results.
Make a list of the tactics other trusted bloggers use on a particular topic.
Create any templates that will save your visitors time.
Tell me how you make money in your specialty.
How to do something better and faster.
Describe the most common problem your target audience faces and suggest a way to solve it.
Remember what inspires you, and create an inspiring post.
Are holidays close? Write down what you plan to do. Give a gift to your users.
Reveal some truth: Behind the curtain that covers your work.
Create an expert news report. Ask at least 10 trusted bloggers in your niche and use their advice in your article. Do not forget to add your opinion on this topic!
Create a brief report article for the blogger. Ask your friends online how they solved a problem you're having, too.
Recommend your target audience to read and follow it.
Compare one thing with another. (Tools, books, tactics...)
Use these first blog post examples for inspiration. If this list isn't enough for you, check out more blog post ideas from Sumo.

But always give priority to your own ideas! You know what to write about.

3-. Steal post ideas from your competitors' sidebar

Now, people tend to get rid of sidebars in order to get their readers to focus on one thing.

on the article itself.

However, many people (myself included) save sidebars to their best articles.

 4. Before you start something new in your blog, you need to make a list of your competitors

Your competitors are your best friends, at least in the initial stage.
Once you have identified your blog topic (I hope you have already), start researching your competitors.
Google will help you!

Simply do a Google search for the questions and keywords that pop into your mind, and see who appears in the search results.

Save all your competition in a separate spreadsheet. (Google Sheets is a great option!)

5. Find out the most visited pages of the best competitors
Here are the tools that will come in handy.

Do not be afraid to use it, there are always free versions that will help you.

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Enter all the competitors you find, one by one.

 6: Find your future friends online
This is one of the most important steps on your path to success.

How do you think experts became experts, and why do we read their articles every day?

Because they have connections, friends, and support.

         7.  Where to Search For  Friends? 
Where do you spend the majority of your time on the Internet?

For me, it’s Facebook. So I started my search for friends there.
First, I identified the experts and determined who their followers were

 8. I Like Doing Research, and So Should you

And that’s why:
Analysis and research are the foundation of your success!

Some people think that it is difficult and takes a lot of time. The analysis is the key to the success of your blog
The research will help you:
Determine your target audience

 9. How to Find Your Target Audience

Discovering Which Sites Your Target Audience Visits  

10. Remember: Keywords Are the Basis of Your  Engine Traffic

Sure, search engine optimization is not the fastest process.
But the results of SEO largely overshadow social media traffic

 11. How to Choose the Primary keyword
 on Google.

Think of the search queries you’d create to answer the topic you’re covering.

 12. How to Evaluate the Difficulty of Your Post to Get in the TOP 10 Google Results

 13. How to Add  Synonyms to Your Primary Keyword
So, you’ve chosen your primary keyword.
It’s time to move on to the next stage:

 14. . Tips for Creating Your First Blog Post

So you’ve already prepared all the keywords, and you’ve evaluated the promotional difficulty and the content of your competitors (length of posts, media content used, etc.).

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