When you spend a fair amount of time crafting that blog post, you want it to count. You want people to read it. You want people to share it. You want to get some traffic from it.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen.
There are certain things you can do with every blog post you write in order to increase it’s potential for effectiveness.
In truth, there is no such thing as perfection. The idea of a “perfect” blog post doesn’t exist. However, there is both art and science behind an optimized blog post. The art comes down to how good of a writer you are, your topic, etc. The science, however, comes down to proven best practices.
In this guide, we’ll cover those best practices.
Table of Contents
We’re going to boil this down to 9 different factors to optimize for maximum potential:
The Feature Image
The Link Strategy
The Viral Coefficient
The Call To Action / Opt-In
Before we get started, grab your copy of the 46-point checklist that summarizes this very post into a digestible form that you can check off on every blog post you wr…