If you’re considering starting a wedding blog, here are some tips to get started:
1. Think about what you want your blog to be about.
Are you planning on writing about your wedding day itself, or are you looking to feature other couples’ weddings? It can really help to have a focus when you start building your blog, as it will help you make sure you’re spending your time writing content that will interest readers.
2. Choose a platform and start coding. There are many different blogging platforms out there, so it can be hard to decide which one is the best for you.
Once you’ve selected a platform, the next step is to start coding your blog. This means creating the HTML code, CSS code, and images that will make your blog look its best.
3. Publish and promote your blog.
Once your blog is up and running, the next step is to promote it! You can do this by sharing it on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, or by submitting it to wedding-related blogs and websites. You also may want to consider selling advertising space on your blog or adding affiliate links that will earn you a commission if someone clicks through and buys something.
4. Think about what kind of content you’d like to write.
Once you’ve decided on a platform and what kind of content you want to write, think about what topics would be interesting to readers of your blog. This can include things like planning tips, insider tips from other couples who have used your same caterer or photographer, advice for budgeting for a wedding, and more!.
5. Keep things fresh by using fresh content sources and angles.
As mentioned earlier, it’s important that your blog focus on topics that interest readers – but don’t forget to change up the angle from time to time in order to keep things interesting for yourself as well as for readers who might be checking in regularly (or even occasionally). This could involve incorporating pieces written by other bloggers into your posts, or following up on recent trends in wedding planning so that readers can stay ahead of the curve (and maybe save some money along the way!).