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How To Write A Blog Post

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  1. Blog Post Basics To Understand
    5 Topics
  2. Step 1: Planning a Blog Post
    5 Topics
  3. Step 2: Structuring a Blog Post
    2 Topics
  4. Step 3: Outlining a Blog Post
    1 Topic
  5. Step 4: Writing a Blog Post
    4 Topics
  6. Step 5: Enhancing a Blog Post
    3 Topics
  7. Step 6: Editing a Blog Post
    9 Topics
  8. Step 7: Publishing a Blog Post
    2 Topics
  9. Tracking A Blog Post's Performance
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Imagine that you’re searching Google for a solution to a problem you’re trying to solve.

If you land on a blog post that has poor spelling and grammar, do you consider the author to be an authority?

Most importantly, poor spelling and grammar can affect your SEO because errors and typos can create problems for Google.

In fact, Google’s John Mueller specifically stated that grammar and spelling should be a higher priority for most websites than fixing broken HTML.

Finally, blog posts with poor grammar get 4% fewer site visitors, and they also have higher bounce rates.

Pro Tip: Use Grammarly

Because of AI, there is no excuse for having poor grammar and spelling on a website.

Grammar checker tools and apps such as Grammarly take the guesswork out of grammar and can help you have an error-free site.

Besides correcting poor grammar, Grammarly can also help you write more effectively and clearly.