Another week has gone by for the Blog section, and with it we’ve collected even more incredible content. Here are my top 3 article picks for this week.
Everyone talks about how important it is to have a routine for writing, but sticking to that routine is harder than it looks. Here are a few things you can do to make sure your writing routine is effective.Keira Charles
As anyone can attest, sticking to a schedule takes time and practice. This becomes even more crucial with writing, especially when you have deadlines to maintain. Keira gives excellent advice on how to create and maintain a writing routine.
Your blog’s name is the first thing viewers see. They will decide at that moment if your blog’s brand fits their needs. Create a catchy brand name that represents your blog and your content.Courtney Moore
It’s not surprising to know how important branding is when you have your own business. Your brand name needs to be catchy and relevant, sophisticated yet snappy. It’s hard to find a balance. Luckily, Courtney has some amazing tips for how to create the perfect brand name for your blog. Check it out!
If you’re looking to improve your website’s overall search visibility, you need to know how to write an SEO optimized article. Here is a guide to help you write a perfectly SEO optimized article.Wilson Jena
This article is perfect for bloggers new to the scene and don’t know where to start with SEO. Wilson does an excellent job of breaking down the key steps we use to write an SEO optimized article. He also recommends some great free SEO tools to use!
It’s never easy to pick the best articles of the week, simply because all the Blog authors are so talented. It’s a pleasure to read their content week after week, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Feel free to reach out and leave a comment if there’s anything we haven’t covered that you’d like to see.
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