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Showit remains such a powerful website builder, and one of the main perks of the platform being the unique ability to have a code-free website and Showit blog backed by the power of WordPress. For those new to Showit as a platform, check out this in-depth article on why I switched my own website to Showit and read why it’s one of my preferred website builders for small business owners.
When building out your Showit blog, it’s important to keep some things in mind to optimize your posts in the best way and take advantage of the perks that WordPress offers users. Depending on your tier of Showit subscription, you can integrate various WordPress plugins, build custom pages, and much more. But even at its most basic level membership, there are still a few “Must-Haves” on everyone’s Checklist when approaching your Showit blog. Let’s dive in:
When writing your blog posts refer to this checklist to make sure it’s engaging and optimized!
Making sure there are no grammatical errors is important for search engines and your readers. Beyond spelling and punctuation, reflecting on whether the article truly provides value is so important as this will determine how well it performs.
For these, you may check off only one or all of them, but having at least one of the above is crucial. This ensures that your content is designed to evoke some sort of a response, and in turn move people to share it among their communities.
By building your Showit blog, you have the opportunity to present your expertise through insightful content, rank for keywords and show up on Google, and educate your ideal clients — all without the hassle of code in a traditional WordPress site. Don’t miss out on the full benefits of your Showit blog by missing the key details mentioned above and be sure to reference this post if you ever find yourself stuck when working on content.
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