Keyword: [chadmade curtains\[login to view URL]]
Keyword MSV: [chadmade curtains\isabella curtains\outdoor curtains\liz curtains\Pinch pleat\extra size drapes\custom curtains ]
Due Date: [17th september.2021]
Publish Date: [21th sep .2021]
Buyer Persona: [inner designer\house agence\ home diy person]
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The reason why what you’re talking about is important.
Who, what industry, or what sector of the industry this applies to.
What you’ll be covering [i.e. “in this post, we’ll explain why (term) is important, explain how to (term), and provide 8 suggestions if you’re new to (term)”].
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After defining the term, explain why it’s popular for the reader to understand the idea and/or know how to do what you’re writing about.
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This 10 section should make up the 10 brands bulk of the writing in your blog post. It’s enormously important for each brands to have its own section header for optimal organization, clarity for the reader, and search engine optimization. Additionally, breaking instructions up by sections also lets you include visual aids for each step as needed in the form of a GIF, image, or video.
It’s important to remember to be clear, concise, and accurate in the steps you provide your readers. Any extra “fluff” to the article may confuse them, resulting in some readers not achieving the results they intended.
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If you feel the step-by-step approach is sufficient, you can choose not to include this section.
Wrap up your amazing new blog post with a great closing. Remind your readers of the key takeaway you want them to walk away with and consider pointing them to other resources you have on your website.
Last but not least, place a call-to-action at the bottom of your blog post. This should be to a lead-generating piece of content or to a sales-focused landing page for a demo or consultation. For example, if your product or service helps your readers do what it is they searched “how to” do, or if you have a template in your content resource library that does what they searched “how to” do, that would be a perfect CTA for this post.
Checklist Before Publishing
Did you provide clear, actionable steps to accomplishing the task your reader needed help with?
Did you provide relevant and accurate facts and stats to prove your understanding of the concept?
Did you emphasize the importance of understanding this concept if it is not already well-known?
Did you properly cite and backlink your sources?
Did you spell check and proofread?
Are there at least 1-2 images?
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