Understand WordPress content management system
The first and foremost thing is that you should understand how WordPress content management system works. You should be able to keep your content in order so the readers will feel comfortable searching through different posts. Gain insight into different tools and options that you can use to manage your content more effectively.
No matter what courses you want to teach to people, your content should be properly managed. First off, you will need to prepare enough content to publish to your blog. If you do not have enough content, the blog will remain inactive, which will hurt its search engine ranking. Create at least five 350-word posts to start off. The more the merrier, but if you do not have time, you can use other sources in your posts as well. But be sure to give reference to the sources you get from other sites. Remember, Google does not give important to blogs that are updated regularly. So, you need to prepare content according to students’ taste, aptitude and skills.
Create a how-to guide
You can create a category titled “How-to Guide.” The how-to guide will take students through the subject you are teaching. How-to guides work best when they cover a large variety of topics. Since your aim is to teach students through a blog, you will definitely want to attract people through search engines. So, how-to guides acts as a good substitute for article marketing, increasing the number of backlinks.
Another good way to attract students and help them better understand the course is to create posts about discussion questions. Create a category with the title “Discussion questions,” featuring questions and answers on different topics of the subject.
Create the first page (Static)
The first page, which is the landing page, should be static. This page should feature the details and information on the course you are teaching. You can also mention your photo and contact information on the landing page. Remember static page is not updated like posts.