The Secret to Writing Organized Blog Posts, Fast

Does it take you forever to put together your blog posts?
Are you having some trouble sticking to your thesis?

Oh, I know how difficult it can be to write well-organized blog posts that keeps your readers engaged, but luckily for you, you have finally come to the right place.

While surfing the internet, I came across so many websites showing readers the benefits of blogging, but I couldn’t find anything on the actual process of writing a blog post. I remember getting so frustrated trying to figure out how the heck I was supposed to write a blog post, without being all over the freaking place. After years of building up my writing skills, I have mastered the art of blog writing,

Now, let me go ahead and walk you through the art of blog writing.

When it comes to writing blog posts, there are many different ways of going about writing it. In this post, I have included a step-by-step process I like to follow to make it easier for me to complete blog posts in no time. All you have to do is follow this outline I have created for you and get to work on organizing and writing your blog posts.

Now, let’s get started.

Let’s break it on down, shall we?

Paragraph #1

The first sentence in the paragraph is the lead sentence, meaning it is a sentence that will capture your reader’s attention. You want to make sure you are writing in a way that people can relate to what you are saying. If you are talking about the benefits of using natural body products, for example, you can start your paragraph off by talking about the benefits of putting natural products on your skin, opposed to commercial products, according to research. You can also ask a question, talk about something controversial, or tell a story about you or your company. How ever you choose to start your paragraph off, just make sure you start your paragraph off right.

After you have your lead sentence completed, you should focus on writing a minimum of three or four sentences that will support your lead sentence. For example, you can mention the actual research that supports your sentence. The last sentence in the first paragraph should summarize exactly what the blog post will be about, so it will be the main idea of your blog post.

Paragraph #2

The first sentence of the second paragraph should flow with the last sentence of the first paragraph. So, when you read your work out loud, make sure it makes sense when it comes to the flow after the first paragraph—there should be a connection.

Repeat the same process with the next two or three paragraphs. After you have your paragraphs written somewhat the way you want it (don’t worry, you will edit it later) then you can move on to the last paragraph.

Paragraph # 3


Paragraph # 4


Final paragraph

One thing you never want to do in your final paragraph is introduce anything new. Your goal is to summarize the points you have made throughout your post. At the end of the day, when you create blog posts, you want to feel good about your work. You know when your blog posts will speak life into your readers is when you speak from your soul. For example, I love how my work gives me goose bumps when I’m writing it. I know if it gives me goose bumps then it will definitely give my readers goose bumps.

After you have your final draft, you must focus on EDITING!!!

Edit! Edit! Edit!

Edit away! 🙂

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