3 Things You Should Do Before Publishing A Post

Things You Should Do Before Publishing A Post
Written by Prasenjit Dey

Blogs are more than just writing and publishing the text. Even if it is a good text. A good blogger has a lot of tasks that started long before the blogger even started writing actual blog posts.

Not doing it all is likely to lead to a lot of blog posts but never seen the success that most bloggers are looking for.

Blogs are written much less than the ideas of many new bloggers (or non-bloggers) so they use sentencecheckup for sentence correction. Every business risk is like this: Products are just a small part of your success. In addition to products or blog posts, there are many things that need to be part of the equation.

Few steps you have to do before publishing a post:

  • Use the title tag of the title.

The title tag is arranged in descending order of priority with six changes starting from <H1> to <H6>. Not only does it look good, but search engines also prioritize titles and permalinks. This is a way to tell search engines and readers to be a priority.

It is wise to assign the H1 tag to the post title and then provide subsequent tags in descending order of priority, as you can see that we have implemented it on Techlunatic.

If you want to highlight a specific phrase, use the “strong” tag to specify the importance of a particular phrase. Just make sure you do this in an elegant way, and your article doesn’t end up looking like a Christmas tree with lots of customization.

Disadvantages: In order to highlight search engine keywords, don’t start using bold, underline and anchor all keywords that appear in the post. This will send a red signal to the search engine, your reader has closed the window, so I don’t need to say anything more.

  • Add the required attributes to the links and images

Added links to articles? Don’t forget to cross check if any plugins default to nofollow, especially if it’s your own internal link. Because you don’t use your own link, you send the wrong signal to the search engine.

Adding an “alt” attribute to an image is like adding a meta tag to a website. This is the only way you can tell the search engine image. The right link is the best SEO enhancement you can offer for your website and also for Grammarlookup. The right internal links are more valuable than off-site SEO and social bookmarking if you accept me. For WordPress blogs, you can use the SEO-friendly image plugin.

Disadvantages: Images and alt tags should be useful for search engine optimization, but don’t forget that alt tags can only replace robot hyperlinks to understand the meaning of images, so don’t use images for navigation and breadcrumbs.



  • Strong call to action


Always make sure to end the article in such a way that the user leaves curious and content. This will make the user a regular visitor to your site. If you don’t use traffic and link inflows properly, then just a viral blog marketing technique is not enough.

Disadvantages: In your “call to action”, don’t rush to comment and share. It will stifle your brand reputation. Cleverly request feedback. If the post is worth it, people will voluntarily comment.

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