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How To Post to Your Practice Growth Blog

Updated: 06/22/2023|Views: 143

Learn how to use the Practice Growth blog tool so you can begin publishing SEO content on your Practice Growth website.

Accessing the Blog Feature

When logged in to the Practice Growth dashboard, navigate to the Blog Editor feature on the menu bar on the left-hand side.

Creating a New Blog Post

Inside the Blog Editor homepage is where you will find all of your previous blogs and drafts. To create a new blog, select “New Blog” in the top left. Here is where you can enter all of your blog information, including the Title, Summary, URL slug, Author, Main Photo, and Content.

To add a photo to your blog article, click “choose file” under the Main Image section. Dimensions for all blog images are 1000 pixels x 600 pixels. The image file type should be in .jpeg format and should not exceed 250kb.

When you have finished creating your blog, select “Save Blog” at the bottom of the page.

Publishing a Blog Post

To publish your blog or any previously created drafts, select the green Publish button in the row of the desired blog.

To return a previously published blog to a draft, select this same icon. It will turn grey. Try not to unpublish blogs, as it could hurt your website performance.

Editing the Blog

If you need to edit an existing blog post or make changes to a draft, select the edit option in the row of the desired blog.

Promoting a Blog

By default, the blogs published most recently will appear at the top of the blog page on your website. However, you might occasionally want to promote an older blog. For example, a holiday blog that is relevant for upcoming holidays.

To do this, select the star icon in the Sticky column. This will “stick” your blog to the top of the blog page on your website.

For specific questions, contact your Customer Success Manager or Customer Support.

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