Never Ending Story

Last Update: January 06, 2019

HI 2 fellow WA's and readers. I've not posted a blog for a bit as I've been deep into content creation, a few hours a night after work and it's looking good and reads informatively. This article is the first "keyword rich content" from stage 2 of the training and after the initial "About Me" and "Privacy Policy" posts/pages.

Concerning me at the moment is the length of the article and I've not even finished to a conclusion as yet. According to the goal statistics and minimum counts, I have met them all, 100% showing and in the green. Word count currently stands at 1415, 11 paragraphs and 7 headings, which are titled and in place in the article, but no content underneath.

Obviously I don't want to abruptly end the article until I'm satisfied and yet I do want to make progress and move on, seems a while since I caught one of Kyle's training videos. Without expanding too much on the details, I've used the template given, got 6 topics to cover and underneath each topic around 3-4 sections bullet-pointed. So each section is large, then there's the introduction and conclusion.

Time has moved on since the start of this article, that after re-checking "Jaxxy" and the keyword I'm basing this article on, the counts and numbers have differed. I'm proud of what I've written so far and I'm sure I'm not breaking any rules or doing anything wrong, but I just wanted to explain what I'm up to at the moment, look forward to publishing and wondered if anyone else's articles or writing have just become never ending?


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HeidiY Premium
Don’t try to make it perfect, you can go back later and refresh and add to it. Get it finished, published and move on. My first blogs were not that good, that’s how we learn.

You have many more blogs to write, get it published :)
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Treadstone02 Premium
Thanks for your comment and feedback, it's good to know people are sharing my experiennces and reading up. I'll see if I can reduce the topics or bullet-pointed sections before the conclusion as this was something I was toying around with even though the article has scope for furthur content. Cheers Heidi.
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HeidiY Premium
No need to reduce the content, just wrap it up with a nice little summary and off you go.

Release it for the world (and Google) to see :)
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jkGst Premium
Can you chang the "worte" to "written"?
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Treadstone02 Premium
Oopsey! In my manic typing I forgot to run the spellchecker. Many thanks for the heads up, blog ammended. Just can't stand an unprofessional piece of writing.
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jkGst Premium
And I will change "chang" to change. Just kidding.
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Treadstone02 Premium
I was going to have you up on this, but decided to muse it to myself and smile. The blog should read better now.
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