We have put together a DIY blogging form to help guide you in the blogging process. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our team at Justpublics365@gmail.com. We look forward to reading your work!
1. If you can write an email, you can blog.
If blogging is completely new to you, the key is knowing that if you know how to write an email detailing key information, you can blog. Take a moment to gather your thoughts, put them into bullet points and then expand.
2. Make headlines snappy
Make your headline interesting and witty (but about your topic) so that people want to read it. Look at national publications to see how they do it. For example: “Blogging at the GC” is too broad and doesn’t explain what the text is about. “Academic Blogging as a Tool for Activism and Community Engagement” tells your audience what your blog post will be about.
3. Write Less – 250-500 words is plenty
Give the most amount of inform