# Good Blog Layouts

Great Blog Layouts

Blogs layouts: Has your blog been created according to these conversion plans? They' ll make a quick judgment about your blog on the basis of its layout. We talk about designframeworks, proportion and how things are arranged on the monitor so that they are most likely perceived and implemented. When we want to use a blog as an efficient tool for our sales efforts, it has to be created for conversion - and this quite openly has priority over the attractiveness of the website.

I' ll be talking about the basics of your blog layouts in this article, and I' ll give you some framework that you can use in your own blog to make sure folks know what you're expecting from them, thereby improving their chance of becoming a true subscription and interested party for you.

A lot of designer are acquainted with the so-called golden section or the golden mean. If you don't get into mathematics (which I don't do very well anyway, frankly), if you represent the numbers in terms of scales, you get it........ As you can see, it is precisely this relationship that occurs of course in geography, in the arts, in architecture, and in many other areas.

For over 4,000 years the relationship has been used in various ways of harnessing the power of man's arts and designs. It was used to make the so-called gold square. It' just a rectangular shape where the size of the sides is proportional to the size of the gold section. Well, whether one thinks that all this is just random or not, there is no getting around the fact that this relationship occurs again and again.

We can also take this example and integrate this gold section into the overall size of our blog. If you look at the gold box, you can see how the blog contents are displayed on the right side and the side bar on the right side. But if you set the WIDTH of the contents and the Side Bar to be proportionate to each other, then your blog has these "golden" proportions.

Have you ever wondered what width is best for your side bar? Use the overall width of your contents box and split it by the gold section (1. 62 to round it off), and that would give you the width of your contents. That'?s your sideline. For example, if our entire contents pedestal was 900 pixel, then if we share 900/1.

This is our contents for the blog entry. The rest (345 pixels) would be the width of the sideline. One-third is not the same as the gold section, but it may be more simple to use. So the whole concept of putting these relationships on your blog is to make it more appealing, easy to read, easy to read, and easy to get out whenever you want.

side bar on the right or right? There is no question that the usual thing to do with a blog is to have the side bar on the right. I ran my side bar on the leftside for a while. In essence, eyes-tracking technology has shown that humans usually end up at the top right and then scanning over the top.

Listing Opt-Ins? Assuming your main target is lists opt-ins, place your side bar on the top side and your opt-in on the bottom side to place your opt-in bid directly in the hotest area of your passage. When you place advertising banners on your site, the top right side of the page with a top right side advertising is often identified by a powerful, high-volume ad item.

Contents? When you want your blog contents to do the hard work, then keep your side bar on the right and your contents on the right. Normally we end up on the top right and that could be the logotype. Usually the next scanning is the heading, then immediately at the top of the page bar.

So what happens up at the side bar? Have you got a beautiful badge that conveys your trademark at the top of the page? Is your blog heading catching their interest and letting them continue reading? This is important for several purposes, not least because the heading is one of the main stops in our F-type.

Has the top part of your side bar been optimised? You' re starting to see more folks running their blog without sidebars. Actually, this blog hasn't had a side bar for quite some now. When you really use your contents as your means of communication, you don't want any diversions. In addition, the side bar can create disorder visually.

Well, that's the underlying concept of not having a side bar. First and foremost, the main reasons why I myself put the side bar back into operation were that new interested parties could see the performance promise of this website. When the blog posts are shown individually, a new user has no way of knowing that there are other things going on here (unless he clicks on the top nav).

Using the beloved Poss essions (which are hand-picked red-wood posts), you can see some other awesome post. Well, since we've discussed some fundamental concepts that determine the size and location of items in your blog, let's discuss the "perfect" blog outline. This is the best general format frame for maximal opt-ins or click banners:

Again this page has a side bar on the right for opt-ins. In order for this to work best, you need a very focused plumb bob at the top of the slat. Likewise, the side bar must prevent the confusion that is all too common with so many bloggers' side bars.

So instead of filling the side bar with every wideget you can get your fingers on, you need to be strategical about what's happening in there. Redwood posts. This is your best and highest value contribution. If, for example, you have run a blog posting that was worth a ton and was then resold to a front-end item you offered, you can create a monetary mail for it.

Essentially, this is "native advertising" for your own blog. Total your call, but many Blogger will have connection choices for Facebook or Twitter in the page bar. But the most important thing to keep in mind is that every element in your side bar must have a strategical purpose to be there. If you really want to keep the side bar on the right side and keep the side bar on the right side, this is the case.

That' s perfectly all right, but in this case it is even more important that you implement your big hits within your contents. Incontent opt-ins almost always work best with all other blog opt-ins. I' m a big Thrive Lead enthusiast to create opt-in speakers directly in the music.

That' s why I let my side bar run on the right side again. Learn how to build 2-stage opt-ins in your blog postings using threshold-lead. The majority of pages on your site will be in the above layouts - and that's because most of your pages are probably blog post.

A lot of blogs make every page of their website look the same - completely with the side bar. Your blog's home page is a page where it is NOT perfect to run your default side bar design. Just browsing through your latest contributions is not enough. There' s scrutiny on it, sacrificing opt-ins and leaving essentially all the serious raising of the communication value of your website to the last few reviews you have made.

Among all this, you can emphasize contents, but they are totally Optional. When you do this, I would suggest that you manually choose your best reviews to show them not just your latest post. These " Must Read Pos " are not the latest contributions.... they are chosen by manual for a certain purpose. Start is the logo picture on the right with the performance promise on the right and the most important call to trade.

Now, that's one of the main things why I'm a Thrive Content Builder aficionado. Throughout this article, I've presented some of the ideas behind how to make a blog strategically - not only the colours and images, but also the way you actually place items on the page.

In order to continue these efforts, you may consider completing the laboratory course at The Perfect Blog Blueprint. It will take up the approaches outlined in this paper and delve more deeply into the actual implementation of each part of these framework conditions. Setting up and managing call actions in your blog from a single location.

And if you need help making changes to your blog as it is, we can help. Simply have a look at the Online Business Tech Support Services and maybe we can help you with some HTML/CSS optimizations on your blog or change the page bar for you.