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Designing Blog Posts That People Read

Brian Chappell.
By: Brian Chappell  |   October 6, 2011  |   View Comments

I just got back from another successful Search Exchange here in Charlotte NC and would like to share with you the presentation I gave while there. I discussed matters that often get overlooked by small, medium and large companies alike: Aesthetic and usability tactics as they affect blogging.

I highly recommend you either hire a professional designer to help you customize your blog, or take a few courses at your local technical community college on usability standards as well as read up on my presentation below. Don't make the same mistakes many, many websites still make.

Sources from my presentation and recommended further reading:


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8 thoughts on “Designing Blog Posts That People Read

  1. Stephanie Parra

    I'm currently studying Social Media with @dr4ward at @NewhouseSU. I recently subscribed to your blog! #NewhouseSM4 #in We just started writing blogs in class and it is sometimes hard to write about interesting topics that people will read! I will keep checking back for more advice

  2. Stephanie Parra

    I'm currently studying Social Media with @dr4ward at @NewhouseSU. I recently subscribed to your blog! #NewhouseSM4 #in We just started writing blogs in class and it is sometimes hard to write about interesting topics that people will read! I will keep checking back for more advice

  3. dareck young

    That would have been interesting move. If you produced something unique and interesting so visitors surely attracts with it. Good designed blog posts would make visitors interested. I now no looking forward to make designer blog post.

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