5 Things to Check Before Publishing Your Blog Post [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on April 14th 2014

5 Things to Check Before Publishing Your Blog Post [INFOGRAPHIC]
5 Things to Check Before Publishing Your Blog Post - infographic
Ever wonder why most bloggers who start with enthusiasm give up so early?
 
The most common reason is many don't get much traction to what they post, others fail to pull enough visitors in, while some just don't understand the art of content execution.
 
Writing blogs may be an effective way for marketers to share ideas with their readers, but that doesn't mean you have to rush through the procedure. By spending just a few minutes before hitting the publish button, you can add more value to your content, value that can bring massive eyeballs and may be higher conversions.
 
The following infographic, which comes courtesy of sushidigital, serves as a checklist of key points to remember before publishing on a finished blog article.

5 Things You Must Do BEFORE Sending Your Blog Post Live for maximum resluts - infographic

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Thanks.  Great points and simple but effective things to consider and act upon.

You are welcome James.

Thanks.  Great points and simple but effective things to consider and act upon.

Great infographic, and I would add that you have to proofread - again and again!  This kind of checklist is definitely something that Prose Media uses for each post. I liked the last point that you made about converting blog posts into another form of content, such as a podcast or an infographic.

Agree with you Justin, Proof reading and repurposing content are must things.

Great advice for #5. Repurposing information in other formats makes content more easily sharable which would greatly expand a message's reach. The more flexibility the message has, the more channels it can potentially be published on.