Every element of your content has to be excellent. So much so that readers have no choice but to share it with friends.

So here's A 64-point checklist to check when creating content and get incredible result in SEO.


  1. Simplify ideas so they are accessible and understandable to your audience.
  2. Share content on relevant sites.
  3. Align your headlines with the rest of your content.
  4. Keep the time and money spent writing articles within your budget.
  5. Watch out for the distribution of your content by plagiarists.
  6. Format your written content. At the very least, check paragraphs, spaces, and subheadings.
  7. Optimize your media to increase page load speedwhile maintaining reasonably high image quality.
  8. View competitors' content. Don't copy - get inspired!
  9. Schedule contingency calendar times to meet publication deadlines.
  10. Keep track of the the relevance of the contentand update it as needed.
  11. Remember, brevity is the sister of talent! For example, don't overwhelm your audience with too many images or videos.
  12. Define your content's key performance indicators (KPIs).
  13. Make sure your content is focused on the interests of your audience.
  14. Make sure your articles meet your expectations and those of your readers.
  15. Respond to feedback, comments, suggestions, and questions from your audience.
  16. Make sure that the majority of your readers are interested in the content you create.
  17. Don't violate copyright. Recheck the terms of use for all materials.
  18. Make sure your media is up to date with quality requirements.
  19. Regularly check whether your readers are doing what you expect them to do: like, repost, subscribe to the newsletter, leave comments.
  20. Make your content responsive. So that it displays well on all modern devices.
  21. Style your content for your business.
  22. Link to reputable sources. Search engines love this.
  23. Refrain from unnecessary links in your content. They distract attention.
  24. Make sure your content is structured to get users to take action.
  25. Stick to short headings.
  26. Surprise your readers from time to time. People love original insights, facts, and similar information.
  27. Spread your content!
  28. Set up clear and visible buttons for social media article reposts and calls to action (CTAs).
  29. Arrange your social media buttons so they can be seen on any device.
  30. Add buttons to quickly follow your social media accounts.
  31. Place the bait at the beginning of your content and the call to action at the end.
  32. Don't post too many posts during the holidays. Spend a better time with your family and friends. Also, some people have a negative attitude towards those who work on weekends.
  33. Fast during high activity periods.
  34. Set yourself a schedule for regular posting.
  35. Test your content across browsers(at least Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Edge).
  36. Add meta descriptions.
  37. Check if your content contains files and media that cannot be loaded due to size or format.
  38. Check if your ideas are something that the audience can associate with.
  39. Engage and excite!
  40. Submit your articles and videos to reputable topic communities.
  41. Set up analytics to track content metrics.
  42. Do keyword research for your content (at least a little).
  43. Check content, including meta elements and headings, for typos, grammar, and spelling.
  44. Make sure your content is more educational, inspirational, or interesting than most competitors.
  45. Collect outside opinions (not from colleagues) about your content.
  46. Show your content to multiple members of your target audience to get feedback before publishing.
  47. Submit teasers, freebies, and previews to communities and channels where your audience gathers.
  48. Collect the reaction of opinion leaders in your most significant creations.
  49. Check regularly for the exclusivity of your content and distribution channels.
  50. Make sure your articles, channels, style, media are all about building trust (trust-building).
  51. Check your content for important keywords.
  52. Keep the promises you make, especially when users sign up for a newsletter.
  53. Evoke emotions in your readers with storytelling through stories and examples.
  54. Please note that different forms of content are presented in different ( short or long) chunks.
  55. Respond and like everyone who significantly interacts with your content (reposts, comments).
  56. Write related posts (multi-part content). Share something more meaningful than a one-off.
  57. Manage consumer expectations of your content.
  58. Recommend your work to various groups and communities that may be interested in them.
  59. Maintain a delicate balance between ad content and ad-free content.
  60. Make a clear distinction between your own content and what you outsource. In any case, be responsible for what you post.
  61. Collect information regularly on the content you create.
  62. Look back at the entire content marketing process, from idea to analytics.
  63. Make it easy for search engines and aggregators to find your content.
  64. Make sure your main channel can handle the type of content you produce.


Did you know that airplane pilots use checklists before take-off to make sure everything is ready to fly? Perhaps this adds a little confidence on the part of passengers to the people who carry them at an altitude of 10 km above the ground?