Step by Step guide for writing amazing blogs as beginners

Blogging seems very easy to people who don't write blogs, but it isn't that easy. If you are a blogger and you write blogs for some particular topics then it might be easy for you to collect content but a real blogger is the one who can write interesting blog even on a boring topic.

No wonder still there are many bloggers in online industry and their number is increasing rapidly.

If you also want to join the gang of bloggers and you think you have the ability to write some good content then all you need is to learn some basic tips before you start writing.

I have met many new bloggers the problem they face is that they aren't aware of how to provide a structure to a blog, they have content and amazing information to share but they are not presentable, so I decided to write a blog where I will be providing you some basics of writing blogs and become a pro blogger.

One can't become Bruce Lee in a day but continuous practice and determination can prepare you to defense well!

We will provide you the key to unlock the concept of writing great blogs.

Follow our step by step guide to start today.

Step 1: Title of your blog post should be amazing!
Once your settled down and decide the genre in which you will be writing your article the first thing is to have an attractive title. You can use words like secrets, guide or or some number like top 10 or best ways.

Click Here to get amazing ideas for writing good titles.


Step 2: Use media to attract visitors
Using of images, videos, info graphics and podcasts can help your visitor to know more about your content not only this it creates more interest in the mind of reader because of which they spend greater time on your blog.

If you are a beginner you can use images from pexels , pixabay etc.
Sites for free commercial videos pixel video, pixabay video etc.

Step 3: Address your readers
You may be wondering how to address the readers addressing here means that you need to write your blog in a way that it seems like you are answering their questions.

Using the word "you" and "I" make it easier for them to feel connected to the blog while reading it.

You can easily see the number of you, I have used in this particular blog because at the end I am writing this all for you only!

Step 4: Master your content 
Your content is your strength you can attract readers by your title but they will read your blog only if it is worth reading.

You should include all sources of information that can help your article to be more authentic also it builds a interest in the mind of the reader ans then they spend more time on your blog.

Step 5: Provide solutions through your blog
Most of the time people go to blogs to get some information and if your blog already have the questions and answers ready for them then they will definitely be more satisfied.

One more benefit of answering questions is that your blog word limit is extended which means that now the reader will spend more time in reading your blog.

The best example of this is the blog written by Niel patel

"Speaking of quality content, Neil Patel did A/B testing on his site and found that his homepage with 1,292 words led to more leads – better leads – than a second webpage with only 488 words. Why? The content on his page answered questions that were commonly asked from customers. He was already solving their problems before they even bought his product! The word count wasn’t the deciding factor as much as what was actually being said."

Step 6: Authenticated data

When you are providing information on a blog you should make sure that the information provided by you is genuine not everything on internet is correct and sometime even quoting a sentence from a website can be harmful.

Avoid gathering data from Wikipedia there are numerous websites that are known in the market and collecting data from them .

Now I will share you a quick checklist that I found on Smartblogger,

I think this is an awesome checklist provided by Smartblogger
  • Take a Knife to It: Slash all unnecessary words, sentences, paragraphs, stories, etc. Include only what is absolutely essential to convey your message. Nothing more.
  • Motivate, Don’t Lecture:Tweak any statements that hint of being the condescending professor. Make readers feel like you’re on their side and dedicated to their success (because you are).
  • Add Emotion: Infuse your writing with passion, energy and enthusiasm. If you’re bored by your topic, readers will be too.
  • Make it Easy on the Eye: Break up any large paragraphs (2–5 sentences maximum is your goal) and run-on sentences.
  • Break it Down: Clarify overly complicated wording. If you can’t say it simply, don’t write it. You don’t want to confuse your readers.
  • Speak Their Language: Add examples or metaphors to make complex ideas feel more tangible and easier to digest.
  • Check Yourself: Remove any contradictory statements or repetitive ideas (trust me, they’re there).
  • Don’t Yo-Yo: Ensure each sentence, paragraph and section drives the post forward toward the destination promised by the headline (no side routes or backtracking).
  • Be Smooth: Make each sentence and paragraph flow seamlessly into the next. Each sentence should be completely dependent on the ones before and after it or the transitions will feel choppy.
  • Avoid Sharp Turns: Adjust any abrupt changes in topic. They’re jarring to readers.
  • Keep It Real: Don’t mimic styles that don’t come naturally to you. The more you write, the more you’ll find your authentic writing voice.
  • Add Highlights: Use bold and italics to add stress where appropriate (but do so sparingly).
  • Shoot Bullets: Use bullet points to group related ideas and make them more digestible.
  • Spark the Senses: Be specific and concrete (describe things readers can see, feel, hear, smell or taste). Avoid abstract statements.
  • Be Firm: Avoid words like “might,” “may,” “possibly” and “perhaps” when delivering your advice.
  • Respect Nature: Put things in their natural order (e.g., past to present, young to old, small to large, breakfast to dinner, etc.)
  • Be Consistent: Make sure all points in a list belong to the same category; a list of steps should only list steps, a list of things should only list things, etc. This might sound like common sense, but this rule gets broken often.
  • Don’t Be Lazy: Ensure all the necessary information is contained within the post itself. (External links should only provide supplemental information. A reader shouldn’t have to click a link to comprehend your post.)
  • Kill the Weak: Eliminate weak and flabby words. Replace weak verbs (e.g., “she went”) with more concrete, visceral verbs (“she walked”), replace passive voice (e.g., “he was pushing”) with active voice (e.g., “he pushed”) and replace weak adjectives (e.g., “good”) with strong adjectives (e.g., “wonderful”).
  • Feel the Beat: Be mindful of the pace and rhythm of each section. Speed things up or add some punch with crisp, short sentences. Slow things down with longer explanations. Good writing uses both.
  • Do the Obvious: Fix any spelling or grammar mistakes (check out tools like Grammarly and Hemingway App).
  • Be Honest: Give credit where due.

For becoming a good blogger you need to do only one thing and that is to keep writing and reading the more you write the better you become.

By following all of the above mentioned points you will definitely get success in short time.
If you have any more ideas please provide your feedback in comments.


  1. Wouldn’t it be even more badass if grammerly took SEO into account like INK for All does?


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