Pages content

First, you will need to create static content pages for the following types of information. 

About page

The most traditional page on any blog is the About page. This page simply tells new visitors to your blog what it is about, who you are and why you have a blog about your specific topic. Depending on your niche and your style, the information you provide can be “all business” or personal and fun. 

Contact page

This page allows visitors to your blog to contact you at anytime. It can be a simple page with your email address plus social network links, or you can use plug-in like Contact Form or Newsletter to have a simple contact form visitors can use to contact you without leaving your website.


If you created your blog to promote your business, you’ll want to make sure there’s a page that details the products or services you sell. Alternatively, if you already have a website for your business, you can provide a link to it in your menu. 


To give yourself a little liability protection, you might want to consider a disclaimers or policy page. For example, if you are writing a health blog, but you’re not a medical professional, you may want to create a disclaimer to say that you are not a physician or other healthcare professional and recommend that readers see their doctors for their personal medical information and evaluation.

You may also want to inform visitors to your website that you use analytics tracking, Google AdSense, affiliate marketing links and other types of content. A great example of a disclaimer page can be found here.

As you continue to grow your blog, you will also want to consider adding the following pages. 


This page simply guides people to your most recent posts, main categories, top tags and content you have created that’s not located on your blog, such as guest posts, interviews, podcasts and videos. 

Advertising page

If you want to sell advertising on your blog and you have enough traffic to make it worthwhile for advertisers, create an advertising page that shows off your latest stats (number of website visitors, pageviews, email subscribers, RSS subscribers, etc.). Be sure to visit other blogs in your niche—preferably larger ones—to see what pages they provide links for in their main navigation bar, sidebar and footer. Chances are, your visitors will be looking for the same types of pages on your blog.


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