Blog Post Template (Duplicate)

Google cannot crawl the images on a website. Google crawls the words on your site. That’s why it’s important (for SEO) to give blog post images captions. You won’t display the captions (to keep things looking clean). I’m only displaying this caption to explain what’s going on here. To hide the image caption, click on the image settings >> DESIGN >> (dropdown) DO NOT DISPLAY CAPTION. Keep your captions fairly concise (a simple sentence or two). Use keywords in the caption. Note: if your article gets shared on Pinterest, a photo from the post will go along with it—so will the caption. The caption will serve as an invitation for Pinterest viewers to click through and read your blog post.

Google cannot crawl the images on a website. Google crawls the words on your site. That’s why it’s important (for SEO) to give blog post images captions. You won’t display the captions (to keep things looking clean). I’m only displaying this caption to explain what’s going on here. To hide the image caption, click on the image settings >> DESIGN >> (dropdown) DO NOT DISPLAY CAPTION. Keep your captions fairly concise (a simple sentence or two). Use keywords in the caption. Note: if your article gets shared on Pinterest, a photo from the post will go along with it—so will the caption. The caption will serve as an invitation for Pinterest viewers to click through and read your blog post.

I want to teach you how to use your blog effectively so the time and energy you will dedicate to writing and publishing articles on your blog will actually help optimize your website to perform better in the search engines. When you duplicate this post, you will delete this template content and replace it with your article content.

First let’s talk about your blog post title.

You want it to include the most important keyword for the blog post you’re writing. Your blog post title is displayed in an H1 header tag. That may not mean anything to you, but to Google, it’s very important. Your h1 header tag for this post is what Google most prioritizes when it crawls this page. It tells Google what this post is about.

I’ve created a handy visual guide to help you understand where to add your keyword for this post. You’ll add it in seven places for this post.

Spacing.

People are skimmers. Use short sentences and small paragraphs. Break your paragraphs up by using your H2 and H3 header tags. Do not fear white space. It gives the eyes a break and makes things lovelier to read.

Open up your content block panel by clicking on any of the little gray teardrop shapes that display when you hover over this page. Those are called “insert points.” This is where you can insert cool things to your blog posts like: quotes (see below), buttons (see above), videos, audios, images, and more!

This is what a quote block looks like. You can call out nifty things by using the quote block. No need to add the quote marks. Squarespace does it for you.
— Deana Ward

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This is a subtitle. I’m using your H2 size.

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This is a bulleted list (using the H3 header here).

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