How To Create A Blog Post? - Ticklish Bee
How to create a blog post?
  • 8 February 2023

How to create a blog post?


How to create a blog post?

Creating a blog post is an easy, straightforward process. Here are five steps to get you started:

Create a blog post title

The title of your blog post is the most important part of it. It’s what people will see when they’re browsing through the tags on your site or in search results, so you want it to be descriptive and catchy.

Here are some tips for creating good titles:

  • Use keywords that relate directly to what your post is about (i.e., use “how” instead of “why”). If someone searches for a keyword related to what you’re writing about, it’s likely that they’ll find yours first! For example, if I wrote an article about how to create a blog post then I would make sure my title contained some variation of that word (“How To Create A Blog Post”) or its synonyms (“How To Start Writing On Your Own Website”).
  • Use numbers in your titles as well because they tend to draw attention more than words alone do–and they help search engines understand what kind of topic this content relates back towards! If there were two different articles titled “A Guide For Beginners” vs “Beginner Guide”; which one would seem more interesting? Right…you got me there!

Write the first paragraph

The first paragraph of your post is the most important. It’s also the hardest to write, because it needs to accomplish several things at once:

  • Summarize the rest of your article in a way that’s engaging and interesting for readers
  • Be short enough that people want to keep reading (but not too short)
  • Be clear and concise, with no distractions

Use an introduction to hook your reader in

  • Use a question or statement to grab the reader’s attention.
  • Include a quote or statistic to pique interest.
  • Tell an anecdote that relates to your topic, such as how you came across it and why it’s important to you, or how this information relates directly to your audience–in other words, tell them why they should care!

Use subheads to break up the text and help readers navigate your content

You can use subheads to break up the text and help readers navigate your content.

  • Subheads are a great way to organize your thoughts before writing, but they’re also useful for organizing once you’ve written something. They provide an easy way for readers to see what each section is about, making it easier for them to skim through and find what they’re looking for if they don’t have time or energy to read every word of your post in detail (which is probably why there’s so much skimming going on).
  • Subheads can be useful even if all you want is one big block of text–they still give people something concrete on which they can focus their eyes while reading through long passages of prose.*

Create a call to action at the end of your post that encourages readers to take action right now

  • Make sure the call to action is clear.
  • Make sure the call to action is relevant to your blog post.
  • Make sure the call to action is compelling enough for readers to take action now, rather than later or never at all! This can be done by making sure that it’s relevant and interesting enough for people who are reading your blog post on their phones in line at Starbucks, while they’re waiting for their kids’ soccer game or while they’re sitting on their couch at home watching TV (and not really paying attention). You know what I mean? If you can get someone’s attention long enough so that they actually read through everything you wrote before reaching this point where there’s a CTA for them–then chances are good that whoever comes across this will actually want some kind of response from us as well.”


The takeaway is the most important part of your post, and it should be clear that you have something to say. It’s also a good idea to make sure it’s relevant to what you’ve written before. For example, if in my last blog post I talked about how much I love dogs and then in this one I talk about how much I hate cats, readers might get confused or feel like they’re being tricked into reading something they don’t care about.

The best way to ensure that people actually read and take action on your call-to-action (CTA) is by making it easy for them do so: include links and buttons where appropriate; put CTAs at the end of each paragraph instead of the beginning so readers can get through everything before deciding whether or not they want more information from you; keep it short–no more than two sentences!


In this article, we covered how to write a blog post. We hope that you now feel empowered to write your own blog posts and share them with the world!


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