Having a blog in your EasyStore can also help in SEO where the search engine will able to find your website.

Blogging on your store is one of the best ways to differentiate yourself from your competitors. By providing your own unique thoughts and insights, you naturally grow your search traffic, customer trust, sales and etc.

Benefits :
Increase search engine traffic
Humanize your brand
Supports your social media activity
Share your passion for your business and category




In this article:
Setup blog for Online Store
Use anchor link navigate to particular section in article

1. Setup blog for Online Store
Step 1 : EasyStore Admin > Channels > Online Store > Articles > Manage Blog > Add Blog

Step 2 : Name your blog, do the necessary settings (optional) > Save blog

💡 Tips:
You can unpublish the article (uncheck the publication date box) until it's ready to publish.
You can edit the SEO (Meta description, URL & handle) of the article.

Step 3 : Back to Articles > Add article

Step 4 : Fill in all the applicable fields. If you have more than 2 blogs, you can assign the article to the specific blog.

💡 Tips : You can setup the visibility of your blog by choosing the status you want. (Publish, Schedule or Unpublish)



You can edit the SEO (Meta description, URL & handle) of the article.







Attached GIF image for extra reference:



📌 Note : If your blogs not showing pagination numbering at the last line of your article, may reset blog.liquid from Admin Panel > Online Store > Themes > Edit source > templates will do.



2 Use anchor link navigate to particular section in article
An Anchor link is a clickable button or linked text on a website page or post that allows you to navigate from one page to another or one topic to another. To use it, there's 2 set of linking needed for each topic:

Title link <p><a href="#what-is-the-topic">What is the TOPIC?</a></p> this is what are the topic title that will be set on top for users to click and redirect to topic they would like to read.

Topic link <p id="why-is-the-topic"></p><br><h3>What is the TOPIC?</h3> that set on each topic for the title to reach when users click on the title.

Example:





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