I took the following notes that should be followed in a series of steps when you decide to write your first blog.
1. Decide Your Topic
WOW! You are going to write your first blog. Excited? Wohooo! Butterflies making their way up and down in your stomach?
Still, amidst of all this you decide to open your laptop and yes, opened writing tool too. But? What are you going to write on? Have you decided the topic? The thoughts that you are going to pour out requires a direction.
Give that direction first.
You need to be very sure that the topic you are going to write on should be of your and your readers’ interest. People like trending things. They love to explore more and more on trending in every field. You can go with that.
How are you going to find out what is trending in the field or niche that you are going to talk about?
There is a solution to everything all it requires is a bit of research. You can use various tools like:
– Google Trends – Buzzsumo – Trendsmap – What’s Trending – Moz Content
Etc, to figure out the buzzing topic or you can also utilize social media, communities, discussion forums, etc to pick out the latest trending thing that everyone is talking about.
Once you analyze the topic, decide it, the next step goes in choosing the correct headline.
2. Choosing The Headline
Some people confuse topic and headline with the same thing but they aren’t same. Topic is what your headline is all about. Various headlines can point to the same topic still some may perform better than others, even after having the same content.
There have been continuous advancements in Software development technologies. When talking about software development methods one can simply not ignore the role which testing plays in software development.
Therefore in order to maintain pace with latest software development technologies testing needs to be done faster than development.
To fulfill the needs for fast deployment, testing methods need to be faster.
Automation testing can solve your problem for fast testing methods if proper tools are used in an effective manner. There are various tools that are available for automating a testing process like Selenium, TestNG, Appium, Cucumber, Test Studio, etc.
So, you can assume that we can speed achieve and efficiency with automation testing.
Now, decide for yourself do speed have a future?
If yes, automation too.
If automation have a future, automation QA will have too!
Hope this helps!