How to Write a Great Blog Post

A blog can be a powerful marketing tool for small business owners. It’s not a secret that they can have a powerful impact on your search engine optimization efforts and brand identity. But what makes a great blog? And how can you ensure that your blog posts will engage interest, and connect with your readers?

Here are some tips to help get you started:

Think about Your Audience First and Foremost

When you sit down to write a blog post, it’s important to think about who you are writing for. What is the interests and concerns of your target audience? What sorts of information would they be looking for on your website? Keep your audience in mind with every word you write.

Relevant content will not only engage your audience, it will engage with people searching for the topics your writing about.

Make Sure Your Content is Relevant

Your blog posts should always be relevant to your product or service. But that doesn’t mean that every post needs to be a hard sell. Instead, focus on writing interesting and useful content that will position you as an expert in your industry. When your readers see you as a trusted source of information, they’ll be more likely to do business with you when they’re ready to buy.

Quality over quantity is key; it’s better to have fewer well-written posts than a bunch of hastily written ones.

Proofread, Proofread, Proofread!

One final tip: regardless of how well you think you’ve written your post, always proofread it before hitting “publish.” A few quick spelling and grammar checks can make all the difference in how professional and trustworthy your blog appears.


By following these simple tips, you can start writing great blog posts that will engage and inform your readers. Keep your audience in mind, focus on writing relevant and useful content, and don’t forget to proofread! Feel like you need some additional assistance? Check out our post on great tools for blog writing.

Blog Written by Kelly Gleason

Kelly has worked as a web designer and business consultant for the past several years. She specializes in helping small to medium-sized business businesses use technology to succeed.

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