How to Structure a Blog Post?

Have you just started blogging and want to know how to structure a blog post? How can you find out if your ideas are any good to attract your audience? There are many sources of advice on the internet. If you have been reading them, you would know that a title and introduction are important, followed by the main body and the conclusion. In this article, we cover some of the great types of blog structures that you must try.

How to structure a blog post in 4 great ways

#1 List post

List posts are easy to plan and are highly valuable even if they contain only a couple of important points. A list post can be short or long and could consist of numbered subheadings. This could range from a couple of sentences to some paragraphs. When you are a list post, you should be careful to structure the individual list items and then end with a call-to-action or CTA. When blogs end abruptly, they take away the beauty of your content. To add a simple conclusion and end with CTA.

#2 The summarised or round-up post

This is another variation of the list post and is fairly easy to structure. A great benefit of such a structure is that you can easily come up with content. You can bring together your networks in the same niche as you to share thoughts on certain topics. Round-up posts help you be the link to great posts or even your thoughts about other posts. You need to be careful about logically putting the experts – either alphabetically or the order they arrived.

#3 Reviews or recommendation posts

This kind of post does not have any definite format. But the structure is such that the post begins with an introduction to the product or service and ends with a conclusion that states a verdict on whether or not it is a good purchase. You could also recommend around 5 to 10 products or services in a list post. But in a review post, you can either share your views on one or compare two to three competing products. When you write a review post, you need to guide your readers on how to gain access or make the purchase and include links in important parts of your post.

#4 The how-to blog posts

This kind of blog post is fairly easy to structure. You are essentially thinking in the shoes of the reader. You can note down step-by-step instructions in an order or a list format. These can then be expanded into their own sections with details. When structuring a how-to blog post, you need to ensure that you are giving clear instructions about the process so that the reader can follow it and achieve the purpose.


How to structure a blog is not at all tricky. All you need is a clear mind and the purpose of your blog post. Try to experiment with different structures and figure out which one suits you the best.

These are just some of the many ideas on how to structure a blog post. Have you tried any of these yet? Share them in the comments below.

How to Structure a Blog Post? via @bloggingfilter
Ayesha Siddiqua

Ayesha Siddiqua

Ayesha is the founder of Blogging Filter and Invent Isle. She is a passionate blogger, digital marketing professional & tech enthusiast. She puts an exceptional effort to research and turn it into helpful tips to answer her readers’ queries.

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