Companies spend a lot of time, effort, and money creating blog articles. Each one has the potential to become a valuable asset for your business growth objectives. But here's the kicker: if your blog layout isn't super user-friendly, it reduces the number of people who will read them. Not good!
In this guide, I compare blog layout examples from 17 popular websites so you can see how they structure their design. You’ll notice a variety of styles from more text-based to more image-based. You’ll also see what types of modules they use, such as subscription options, topics, search, social sharing, social connect, company-centric ads, third party ads, and more.
Check them out! You might get some fresh ideas for your own blog.