Blog Post Assignment — Live Review

Education And Business Online Working.

Date: May 18, 2018
Time: 12pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Blog Posts
Presenter: Heather Robson

When writing a blog post, you’re trying to accomplish many goals. You want to provide value to your reader. You want to establish authority for the brand you’re writing for. You want to give away value to show your generosity, to help the reader connect with you, and to make the reader more likely to come back. You may be trying to get your reader to take a certain action. And you may be trying to place for certain keywords with the search engines.

That’s a big job!

Blog posts work best when they are conversational, with a well-established voice. The opening should be strong and make a big promise. The middle should deliver on that promise. And the end should give your reader a satisfying conclusion. Everything must flow well and be easy to read.

This last month, the Wealthy Web Writer practice assignment was to create a blog post for a natural supplement company. And now, whether you submitted a post or not, you can join us for a live a review of some of the submissions, to see what works well and what things to keep in mind when writing your own blogs.

You can see the full details of that assignment here.

During this event, Managing Editor, Heather Robson will review selected blog post submissions. She’ll go carefully through each, exploring how they deliver on the criteria in the assignment brief, noting what is working well, and making suggestions for improvement.

Join us to get deep insights into writing stronger blog posts… one of the most in-demand web-writing projects out there.

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Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.

4 Comments

  • Thank you for the review. It was very helpful as to how i need to make it the best, keeping my eye on , Focal points, building around triggers, value depth over breath (thumbs up)…Again, thank you very much, deeply appreciated. Sharon Stockberger

  • Thank you for the review Heather, it was great to hear specifics. I had a hard time keeping my post around 500 words. I’m definitely going to apply what I learned from you today. And yes, you succeed pronouncing my last name 🙂 Cheers! Nanci Camargo.

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