Writing a blog about making videos about writing blogs. Oof. A doozy. **slurps soup**. Today I blog about blogging.
Why is step 57 for me to write this blog right now?
Well, I have a few types of content I write, and “SEO Content” is only one type.
Today, I am writing an SEO blog, but not for this site. This blog is just for me. I’m not gonna ask or prepare for Yoast or Ubersuggest until after the fact. I’m just going to blah blah blah to my heart’s content in the tiny square WordPress gives me on the dashboard to start a quick draft.
Sometimes all the formatting of blogs gets me in a tizzy.
But if I just let all the angles dangle for a sec, I can whip out a blog in 20 minutes. Faster than it would take you to watch my “17 Simple Blog Fixes” video.
Blogs help you reach your people. You can find people with SEO Content, connect with readers with Connective Content, tell stories, and influence the world in a way that makes you feel good.
The 17 Simple Blog Fixes video is about writing blogs with my blog template. If you’re more into watching, than reading, head to the video, or I’ll give you the TLDR here:
You use a template shrouded in sales psychology. It’s easy.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send it over to you.
**heads to my workflowy to look up relevant quotes**
“If you hear me screaming bloody murder, there’s a good chance I’m just enjoying myself.” -Wednesday.
The thing that makes me so nervous about the SAG/AFTRA / Writer’s Guild Strikes is not that Netflix is going to start charging more, but that Wednesday won’t be back.
I know we all love Wednesday as much as the next Barbie, but I will seriously have to mourn the death of the best writing this side of (what’s your favorite movie) the millennial if Netflix doesn’t understand the meaning of “pay your writers” before the Normies go back to school.
The critics of my first YouTube video live mostly in my head, and here is what they say:
Wait, no. That’s Daft Punk.
My demons are paraphrasing. “Cut 5 minutes” and “more movement” is mostly what’s happening. I’m not sure how to fit my hula hooping into the video, but I’m going to try.
If I wrote all of my blogs according to SEO, I’d get bored, go dormant, wither out, and die before my time.
But I’m not ready for that.
So welcome to Dobedo, where I fuse my first true love (sales psychology) with my true north (curiosity) and wield my favorite weapon (words). For my pleasure. And yours. **curtsies**
I’m writing the next blog about coffee. Everyone likes coffee. Even regular guys named Greg. Srlsly. All my favorite people love coffee. ‘Cept my business partner, Dave. We wrote a song together.
Here are the lyrics.
(It’s a morning song). A Duet. I start.
Coffee, coffee, coffee.
Coffee coffee, coffee.
Coffee coffee coffee coffee coffee coffee coffee, coffeeeeeee
Do you love it?
It’s perf, I know.
Blogs are about things people are searching for. Or something you’d like to track. Head over to my explainer blog for too much information on the etymology and definition of blogging, if you’re a big word nerd, like me.
I did a little pre-search using Ubersuggest to find keywords related to coffee in Connecticut and the best keywords I found were “outlets in Connecticut” and “fall leaves in CT”
Stuff like that.
Turns out, Connecticut is famous for it’s fall leaves. And for it’s many outlets. Which are not spending a lot of time going after their SEO. So that’s what I’ll write my blog about for the CT Coffee Company. It’s a subscription model, not a brick & mortar coffee shop with wifi & drinks.
So that should be easy.
Okay. I’m going to go work on the blog I’m writing for xeriscaping while I subconsciously figure out what to say about coffee on youtube and also paint my nails, my face, and do my hair.
**grows extra arms**
Kthx, bye Barbie!
<3 Wednesday 🕸️