Blog Posts


How to Create a Blog Post:

1. Go to and click “Edit Website”

2. Under the “Blog” section, click “Add” next to the “Post” option


Blog Post Fields

Many of the blog post fields work the same as content pages, including TitleSlugMeta description, and Meta keywords. The Body field works like content fields elsewhere.

In addition, there are a few new fields specific to blogs posts:


The title of your blog post. This is what readers will see at the top of the blog's post 


A slug is the part of a URL which identifies a particular page on a website in an easy to read form. This is what appears after the .com/.org/etc... portion of your website that tells you what page you are currently on


example of a slug highlighted in orange


This is where you insert the content of your blog. This can include text, links, videos (you can learn more about how to add videos here), photos, or documents/PDF files (see instructions for inserting these files here)


where draft posts don't show up until you change their status to Published. Useful for working on a post, then saving your progress, then finishing it up and publishing it later.


Allow Comments 

Tick this checkbox if you would like site visitors to be able to leave comments on your blog posts. This can help boost page engagement and build rapport with users

Nofollow Comments

Tick this checkbox if you don't want search engines like Google indexing any links in the comments. This makes comment spam useless, but diminishes some commenters' motivation.


This is when the post is set to go live. From here you have the option to future-date your posts so they go live at a later date/time. To ensure the post goes live upon save, click “Today” and “Now” which will set to post at the current date/time.

Page Title

Appears in browser tabs that indicates which page a user is on. This is also how Search Engines, such as Google, will display your page in its display. 


Title appearing in web browser tab

Meta Description

Meta Descriptions are an element that describes and summarizes the contents of your page for the benefit of users and search engines. This can be seen when your website appears in a search engine, such as Google. 


example of meta description in use

Meta Keywords

Meta Keywords are a specific type of meta tag that appear in the HTML code of a Web page and help tell search engines what the topic of the page is. You would place keywords relevant to the area you are building the page for. Multiple keywords can be included in this space, separated by commas. 

EX: San Diego real estate, San Diego, homes, for sale, condos, foreclosure, etc..


Used to organize your blog posts into different groups. This helps maintain organization when you need to find your posts easier. This also gives website users the chance to organize your posts into specific categories.

For example, a blog post that features a certain neighborhood (for example, Deep Ellum) could fall under a broader "city" category (Dallas). This gives the opportunity for leads to view the "City" category, and discover new neighborhoods and areas across the city

Another example of maximizing your categories is to use this for "Day Time Activities" in your area. This can highlight events or attractions going on in the area, and can be easily found through the "Day Time Activities" category



After all of the fields are filled out to your satisfaction, click the Save button at the bottom of the page.

Expanding the Categories Field

Some of our customers have a large number of categories and need a larger field to select them. To enlarge the categories, we made a bookmarklet.

Drag the following link to your bookmarks bar. When you are editing a blog post, you can click on the link and it will expand the categories field for you.

Expand Categories

Finding posts

For help finding any past posts:

1. Go to and click “Edit Website”

2. Click "Change" next to the "Posts" option


3. You can filter by using the search box (1), by most recently published (2), by the status or whether the post is in draft or has been published (3), by categories (4) or by the column header (5)


Controlling Display

If you only want the title of the blog to show on the blog homepage, then click the page break icon in the content editor.


You can also change where in the blog post you add it if you want the blog to look like a preview so the user would need to click on the “View More” button to see the whole blog post.


Deleting posts

To delete a blog post, first find the blog post in question, then scroll to the bottom and click the Delete link to the left of the Save button.

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