Writing a Blog using a Template


This simple tool will help you write great content without having to stare at a blank page.

Living on a farm, we are both blessed and fortunate to have an infinite supply of material from which to choose, however we to also find ourselves stumbling over the best way to start, so developed a template to help us and you get started.

Blog Title (don’t get stuck here start with your introduction the rest will flow)

Introduction( what are you going to tell them?)

Media(picture Link etc.)

Inspire (something funny)

Main body punchy 3 main things

1

2

3

Conclusion (what do you want to leave your audience with)

1 Key message/lesson

2 Call to action (what do you want your audience to do next?)

Thank you (Thank your Audience for getting to the end)

Decide on tags and placement within your blog.

Finally share chose where to share based on your content and the audience you are trying to reach.

The following Article was produced following this simple Template:

Blog Title (don’t get stuck here start with your introduction the rest will flow)

First Date Does not go to plan!

(this actual title occurred by the end of the third paragraph)

Introduction( what are you going to tell them?)

This Sunday saw the arrival of a Saddleback Boar, for our Sow which we selected from 3 girls we raised on the farm, she is the lucky one as we have not converted her into sausage and pork joints but saw the potential for her to raise some good piglets from.

Media(picture Link etc.)

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Inspire (something funny)

But Straw our Sow had other plans, for a while now she has had full run of a pen purpose built for rearing pigs, sharing has not been within her radar, after reading up on how best to introduce the boar to the sow ) which is the right way round to do it) the advice was to introduce early morning so we had the rest of the day to resolve any issues, We changed the bedding in the pen for fresh straw and the Boar then promptly arrived.

Main body punchy 3 main things

1.Then a fight broke out, started by our sow and finished by the boar, our sow having come off the worst, we sprayed what we could of her wounds, and although superficial were significant to need overseeing.

 

2. We paid several visits during the day to ensure that the fighting had not been taken too far, fortunately it appeared that a pecking order had been established, and the boar had taken up main residence at the back of the pen, with our sow lay with her back to him and her nose out of the entrance to the stye.

3. Not knowing what we would find the following morning we had an early start, anticipating the best but still in the back of our minds fearing what we might find.  This time the Boar was lay outside of the pen with the sow back in what she considers to be her rightful place.

Conclusion (what do you want to leave your audience with)

Key message/lesson We now have some six weeks of monitoring progress to a hopefully successful conclusion of getting our Sow in pig by April, but it does make us realise that looking after guests on our Luxury Farm Stay is far from predictable.

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2 Stunning Properties 1 Luxury Farm Stay Experience-

 

 

Call to action for Prices and further details please  click on the following link: http://bit.ly/FarmStayOptions

 

Thank you for reading we hope to welcome you to our farm some day soon, for further stories like this and more please subscribe to our blog by following this page(top Right)

Decide on tags and placement within your blog.

Finally share chose where to share based on your content and the audience you are trying to reach.

These are some of our social links which we use to share our content:http://bit.ly/FarmBusinessCard

Thank You for Reading

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2 thoughts on “Writing a Blog using a Template

  1. nice template 😀 who would have known that farms have such colorful stories to tell 😀

    btw 🙂 I wrote 9 Best Blog Writing Templates bit.ly/1Unfedh

    it might be something that interests you 😀

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