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September 1, 2023

[Introductory sentences (aim for 130 words or less). Introduce the problem or desire that calls for the need for [topic]. Enter [topic], a one-sentence definition here. So what is [topic]? How does it work? Enter our guide.]

[Overview bullets: In this guide, you’ll find everything you need to know to get started with [topic], including:

  • What [topic] is and why it’s important.
  • The X different types of [topic] and how they work.
  • Tips, tools, and best practices to succeed with [topic].]

[Transition statement that reinforces value of post, like read on so you can create awesome 101 posts that also rank!]

H2: What is [topic]?

Stick with a high-level definition here. You can dive deeper in the third section. Keep it digestible!

H2: Why is [topic] important?

Share the benefits of [topic],  consequences you avoid with it, and/or stats to support it. 

  • Reason: Use bullets with boldface, like this, to organize the information.
  • Reason: Use H3s if you have more than a few sentences on each reason.

H2: Types of [topic] // How [topic] works

Maybe it’s types of X; or how X works. Just a second layer of information on the topic. 

H3: Item

H3: Item

H3: Item

H2: How to [do Topic Successfully]

Steps to get started, how to choose, best practices

H2: [Topic] Tips/best practices

Any other information or resources to help.

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