Updated: Oct 14, 2020
Fancy writing a Blog?
Have you ever thought about writing a blog but don’t know where to post it? Look no further, why not send it to us and we will repost it for you. As you know we are a music Podcast so anything music related would be our main interest but if you write something captivating and pertinent then go for it!!!!
If you’ve been to a concert, new music venue wicked club and you want to share your experience please share. We will look at it and post (obvi if its interesting) So get your pen and paper out and get jotting you never know how will it'll turn out.
What makes a good blog post?
Before you write a blog, make sure you know the answers to questions like, "Why would someone keep reading this entire blog post?" and "What makes our audience come back for more?"
To start, a good blog post is interesting and educational. Blogs should answer questions and help readers resolve a challenge they're experiencing — and you have to do so in an interesting way.
It's not enough just to answer someone's questions — you also have to provide actionable steps while being engaging. For instance, your introduction should hook the reader and make them want to continue reading your post. Then, use examples to keep your readers interested in what you have to say.
Remember, a good blog post is interesting to read and provides educational content to audience members.
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So, how do you actually go about writing one of these engaging and informational pieces?
How to Write a Blog Post
Here are the steps you'll want to follow while writing a blog post.
Understand your audience.
Before you start writing your blog post, make sure you have a clear understanding of your target audience. Ask questions like: What do they want to know about? And, what will resonate with them? This is where creating your buyer personas comes in handy. Consider what you know about your buyer personas and their interests while you're coming up with a topic for your blog post.