**UPDATE:**Expanded introduction to allow 3-5 sentences instead of 2-3 sentences only.

Example Post: 11 New CrossFit Facts & Statistics

## Blog Post Title

This is the introduction to the blog post. In 3-5 sentences explain to the reader what sorts of statistics you’re going to reveal with an enticing reason to keep reading.

### [Topic] Background

Use this section to give background on the main topic and why it’s important to monitor the topic’s statistics.

### [Sub Topic #1] Statistics

This section covers the first sub-topic of statistics. Start with a quick 1-2 sentence introduction.

Use a numbered list to list the statistics. For example:

- This is the first statistic in the list.
- This is the second statistic in the list.
- This is the third statistic in the list.
- This is the fourth statistic in the list.
- This is the fifth statistic in the list.

Include at least 5 statistics per sub topic.

After the list, reflect on the statistics and report what can be learned, inferred, and/or predicted from these statistics. This section can be as long as necessary.

### [Sub Topic #2] Statistics

This section covers the second sub-topic of statistics. Start with a quick 1-2 sentence introduction.

Use a numbered list to list the statistics. For example:

- This is the first statistic in the list.
- This is the second statistic in the list.
- This is the third statistic in the list.
- This is the fourth statistic in the list.
- This is the fifth statistic in the list.

Include at least 5 statistics per sub topic.

After the list, reflect on the statistics and report what can be learned, inferred, and/or predicted from these statistics. This section can be as long as necessary.

### [Sub Topic #3] Statistics

This section covers the third sub-topic of statistics. Start with a quick 1-2 sentence introduction.

Use a numbered list to list the statistics. For example:

- This is the first statistic in the list.
- This is the second statistic in the list.
- This is the third statistic in the list.
- This is the fourth statistic in the list.
- This is the fifth statistic in the list.

Include at least 5 statistics per sub topic.

After the list, reflect on the statistics and report what can be learned, inferred, and/or predicted from these statistics. This section can be as long as necessary.

### [Topic] Facts & Statistics Conclusion

Use this section to conclude the article and reflect on the entire list of statistics. Comment on what can be learned, inferred, and/or predicted.

This section can be as long as necessary.

## Template Notes

- Sub Topic Statistics Sections – Include as many of these sections as necessary to fulfill the title promise.
- First Person – Write as if you’re talking to a single person.
- Paragraph Length – Limit each paragraph to 1-2 sentences.
- Main Keyword Usage – Most (if not all) blog posts will revolve around a specific keyword phrase. Include this keyword phrase in the first paragraph, one of the subpoint headings, and near the end of the blog post.
- Target Audience – Journalists and researchers.

## Duplicate Content Policy

Unless otherwise stated, blog posts should all be unique content. Of course many blog post articles will contain the same information and even cover the same topics, but nothing should be a direct duplicated copy of existing posts on THIS site or on any EXTERNAL sites.