5 Blog Pages That Will Rank Your Blog High On Google

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Akinbola Ilyas A, aka the easy-made, is the founder of Tech blog on Easy-made tutorials | Easymadeblog where he teaches newbies about tech with easy-made tutorials. He is a young and talented blogger that blogs with great passion.




You are going to agree with me when I say excellent blogs are the relevant blogs you found on the Google’s first page when you search a keyword. Every blogger who blogs for passion (and of course for profit) would want to make his blog looks outstanding in the sense that the blog is clearly different from a newbie blogger blog. Almost all the blogs that you might have come across when you search for queries on Google can be classified as excellent blogs. Why? Because they have these top 5 blog pages:

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What are blog pages?

Blog pages are pages on your blog that you write content, just exactly like "posts pages," but they are referred as static pages. They are static because contents added are not usually edited, unlike post pages that are dynamic and need to be regularly updated. An example of blog page on this blog is my "write for us" page while an example for post page is this post you're reading.

Before you read on, do you know how effective it is to have the top 5 pages on your blog? What should be the content of the pages we are talking about? How can you get the pages created?

You're going to find the answers to the questions above in this post. Keep reading.





Top 5 Blog Pages:

1. The "About Us" page

I want to believe that many blogs have this page. The "about," "about us," "about this blog" - any name you call it - is an essential page every blog should have. It gives your blog readers overview of what you or your blog is all about; what service(s) your blog offers (like niche), when the blog was found, the blog mission and vision, what products can be purchased on your blog in case you use the blog to sell products) and anything related to your blog that you think you can let your readers know about.

You may also want to talk about to yourself or the blog authors on this page. Add professional pictures of the blog authors and describe how your readers can benefit from the works of the authors.

This can also give you the privilege to get subscribers when you add a subscription box to this page. It isn't a bad idea.

Tip: Search for this keyword on Google >> How to Write Killer "About Us" page



2. The "Contact Us" page

How does it sound if I visit your blog, I like your content, and what you offer and I'd like to get in touch with you - but there's no contact page on your blog? A contact page gives your readers access to contact you the blog author(s) whenever the need arises.

You can add up as many or little contact information that you're comfortable sharing out. It could be your office address, your home address, your office or home phone numbers, your business email address, your blog social media links, and anything that can get people directed to you.

It is also ideal you place a contact form on this page, for readers to contact you immediately without leaving this page. They can simply send you messages on this page by filling the contact form and submit.





3. The "Sitemap" page

A site map, as the name implies, is a map that takes your blog readers to their destination (what they come to your blog to do) without much stress.

Let's say you sell skin care products, and you use your blog to write about each product. A potential buyer of yours will want to know more about a certain product before he places the order. He then comes to your blog to read information about the product. He can easily view the site map to see all the information you've written about that particular product.

Another instance is when you're looking for blogging topics on my blog.

Tip: Read the recommended articles at the end of the post



4. The "Privacy Policy " page.

This is one of the pages that you must have if you want your blog to be approved by Google Adsense.

You need a very detailed privacy policy about your blog. What do you do with readers information you collect? How is their email used? Let your readers know whether you use cookies or not and some other kinds of stuff about privacy.

The best way to write a privacy policy page is to browse through a couple of blogs of your niche's privacy policy so that you can get a detailed content on the privacy policy. You can also generate a standard privacy policy and paste it into your page.

Tip: Search this keyword on google >> "Privacy Policy Generator."



5. The "Write for us" page

If you're a blogger that accept "guest post," sponsored post," "eyewitness news" or you even allow freelancers to write for you, you need this page.

The "write for us" page lets your readers know what they can write for you. In this page, you let people know which kind of content you accept as a guest post or eyewitness news - your terms and conditions. How to get started writing for you. You can also give details of what kind of post you accept as sponsored posts and how to get started.

You can provide links to hidden pages for each category of posts on this page as well.

Tip: The "write for us" page on blogs like eazymadeblog, and zealmat can serve as examples.





Conclusion :

If you really want your blog to stand out and be counted as a professional blog, you need to create these top 5 blog pages and provide a button where your readers can link to them.

Do you have these pages, and wonder the best place to put them? You can simply Add Horizontal Navigation Link List To Footer Of Blogger Blog.

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