How to Become a Blogger

How to Become a Blogger

Bill Esteb

By Bill Esteb


Published January 20, 2013
Updated May 8, 2020

1 min read

One of the exciting new features on the new website platform coming soon is a state-of-the-art blog. And while we’ll be supplying weekly posts on your behalf, you can unleash some powerful SEO results by writing your own original posts.

How to become a bloggerIf this conjures up the specter of high school English composition class, relax!

Blogging is easy. Your posts don’t have to be long and the opportunities for self expression are endless. Simply deploy one or more of these three strategies:

1. Health Topics in the Media. The mainstream media is filled with the results of some new study or research finding. Share your thoughts, commenting on the article by looking through the vitalistic lens of chiropractic.

2. Rant or Rave. Something got your hackles up? Your website is a convenient soapbox on which to vent about some issue that has you fired up. Especially if that topic is about something going on in your community. Better if it relates somehow to health, but not essential.

3. Patient Case Profile. Still at a loss? No problem. Write up a paragraph or two about a recent patient that you helped. Even a typical, routine case can add tremendous value. Google likes the original content and prospective patients will be encouraged. Everybody wins.

Be thinking about some topics you (or your team) can blog about when your site goes live on our new platform. Can’t wait? Start blogging now as a guest blogger and get a valuable link back to your website! Give it a go »

  • Michelle

    Hi there! So how would I start blogging? Is there a way to blog on our perfect patients website?