Perfect Blog Post Categorization

Last modified: November 1, 2017
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Why Use This Service?

Have you ever tried to find all posts dedicated to a specific type of cars or mobile devices on a single blog? If you have, then you know that the best way to do this is click on the tag (below each post) that you need or select a certain category. Once you select a tag/category, all posts that interest you will appear right in front of you. Pretty convenient, don’t you think?

However, some blogs offer neither tags nor categories, which can leave you with a bit of a problem (if you are a makeup fan, you must know how annoying it can be when you try to find reviews of various products and there are no categories/tags). In order to find what you want, you have to scroll endlessly through blog posts until you stumble upon those that you actually want to read.

If that’s not annoying, I don’t know what is!

Luckily, the solution to this problem is rather simple: you just have to categorize and tag your posts.

Think of your categories as chapters in a book, and of each post as a subchapter. Categories stand for more general topics and each of your posts should fit into at least one of them. All you have to do is name your categories and then sort your posts into them. Sounds easy, right?

Well, if you have a lot of blog posts, it’s really not all that easy. In fact, it can be an arduous task. However, I am here to help you out and do the heavy work for you!

I will help you decide which categories your blog should have, how to name them, which posts to place in which categories, and help you organize your blog a bit better, in general. Even if you’re just starting out and don’t have a bunch of posts waiting to be sorted, we can still work together and create a clean, easy-to-navigate blog!

Along with categories, I’m also going to help you pick relevant tags for your posts which will further add to your blog’s user experience and make it simple for your readers to get to the posts they wish to read.

What Does This Service Include?

Wondering what you will get if you decide to use this service? Wonder no more, for I will:

  • Help you decide which categories suit your blog the most.
  • Help you create (and name) categories for your blog.
  • Go through all old blog posts to check in which categories they should be placed.
  • Tag all of the posts appropriately.

What Do I Need From You?

I want to do this job justice, which is why I’m going to need a couple of things from you.

  • Access to your blog (username and password).
  • Answers to the following questions:
  • What are your goals?
  • Do you already have in mind some categories?
  • If you have some tags, which ones do you use?

FAQ

Are blog categories really that important?

Yes! Without them, finding all posts about a certain product can be a nightmare for your readers. And let’s face it—what’s the point of having blog posts that no one will be able to access or read? If you don’t have categories, once you publish new posts, old ones will be lost in the infinite scrolling. Don’t let that happen to your blog—contact me to help you out!

Aren’t tags and categories the same thing?

As I mentioned before, categories are broader than tags. Tags are much smaller units and each post can have as many tags as you want.

How long will it take you to go through my posts and organize everything?

It depends on the amount of blog posts you have. If you have hundreds and hundreds of posts, then it will take me a bit longer to complete everything. But don’t be afraid, I will be in touch with you throughout the whole process, so you’ll be able to track my progress at all times.

Not sure if this service can help your business grow?

No worries, WeGrowth marketers are always open to answering your questions and discussing your business. Ask them anything, for free!

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    Copywriter and SEO; BA in English language, literature and culture