- Rebecca Arscott
Template: Writing Your First Blog Post
Write Your Intro Here
Use this space to show who you are and what your first post is about. You may want to include something personal or funny. You can even a gallery.
Add Your First Subtitle
Break up your post into sections so it's easy for your visitors to read and follow along.
“Quotes are a great way to add authority to your posts.”
Write Your Main Section
Your main section is the core of the story you’re telling in this post. You can make it as long or as short as you like. Include bullet points, numbers, images, galleries, videos and more - this is your space to be creative.
It might help to break up your main section into 2 or 3 main points — or more! Each paragraph or two should focus on one point.
Add a Closing
End by restating your main message. You can sign off with funny note or an open question.
Use this space to tell readers what they should do next. Add a button with your main call-to-action, e.g., Buy Now or Subscribe.