Blogging Best Practices – Checklist for Building Successful Blog – Part 6

Abstract of my Pluralsight Course Building a Successful Blog Module – Checklist for Building Successful Blog.

I hope everyone has learned a little or a lot with me through this whole course.  Even if you are already a professional blogger, my hope is that everyone could learn something.  I love blogging and the point of this course was to make it accessible to more people – because I believe that it is something everyone would enjoy.

If you’re excited about starting a blog, here is a checklist for things to do to get one started.

  • RSS Feed or Email Subscription
  • Easy Navigation
  • Search Function in Blog
  • Integration with Social Media
  • Easy to Read Design
  • Traffic Analytics Tool
  • Legal Disclosures (Copyright, Trademark)
  • Social Media Integration
  • Intriguing Title
  • Interesting Lead in Story
  • Section (Header Tags) and Subsections
  • Precise Summary and Call to Action
  • Bullet Lists
  • Blog Length between 500-700
  • Inclusion of Image
  • Links to Earlier Relevant Blog Posts
  • Grammar and Spellings
  • Category and Tags

If you’re still feeling overwhelmed, or have more questions about a particular topic, try out my course on Pluralsight, where I go into topics in much more depth!

If you’re still curious about blogs and blogging, check out my course on Pluralsight!

Reference:  Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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2 thoughts on “Blogging Best Practices – Checklist for Building Successful Blog – Part 6

  1. If there would be ways or tips that can help us to be more successful, somehow we should consider it. We do blogging not only for fun, but at the same time to earn some money.

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