How To Write A Blog That Ranks

There’s no denying that content marketing can be challenging. And we know the backbone of every content marketing strategy is blogging.

Wondering how to start a blog?

The question on every business owner’s mind should in fact be: how to write a blog that ranks. 

Because sure, you can shell out content every day or so—generic, 200-words blogs with no focus and zero keywords. They’re not going to add value; they’re not going to solve your target audiences’ questions; they won’t augment your brand; and they’re not going to rank.

If you’re going to invest time in a blogging strategy, it doesn’t matter what industry you’re in; you need to know how to write a good blog, how to structure a blog post, the ideal word count for a blog, and how to drive traffic to your blog!

These are key elements.

In this infographic, our blog experts talk about some tips for writing successful blogs.

If you’re struggling to get your blogs off the ground, call us at 855-444-4777 now and hire a blog writing service that can ensure you get the traffic, leads and conversions!

Tips on how to write a blog that ranks high on search engines

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Aaron Tylor

Aaron Tylor

Aaron Tylor is a Senior Account Manager at Search Berg, a full-scale SEO and WEB Agency.

He brings more than 15 years of practical, hands-on experience in Lead Generation, Web Development and Digital Marketing. Starting out as a junior link builder right out of college, Aaron has expanded his career to deliver quantifiable results for some of the most demanding, high-profile campaigns. He regularly contributes to the SearchBerg Blog and on other web and digital marketing platforms. His goal is to get published on Moz and give a presentation at PubCon.

In his spare time, Aaron can be found golfing or binge-watching on Netflix. You can follow Aaron on Linkedin here.