8 thoughts on “#Bloggers Tips for successful #Blogs

  1. It took me a bit to accept that. I didn’t want to just post randomness and become annoying. But now! Sometimes, I even post twice a day!

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    • Yes, same here. You don’t want to come across as a ‘spammer’, but aslong as your posts are interesting and purposeful, then you can post as many times as you like. I soon realised that if I wanted to keep my blog afloat each day, then I’d need to post something of interest each day.

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      • I like to ensure I write at least one post daily…for multiple reasons. It’s becoming one of my favorite activities, even if not many respond to the particular post of the day.

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      • And that’s the key, isn’t it? If you enjoy it, then blog away. As time goes by and if you post often, through natural blog evolution, those posts that didn’t get much response, will eventually get the readership they deserve.

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      • I enjoy building this readership. WordPress is my first stop online now. I love connecting with other people who have stories to tell.

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    • Persistence is key. I was immensely frustrated during the beginnings of my blog. No likes, little amount of views, just little interest really. You have to stick with it, but also figure out where the bulk of your readership is. (Ie) View your stats daily. I figured out that 90% of my readers were in the USA. This meant that I posted my blogs late at night (as I’m in the UK) meaning my blogs were read in the morning in the USA, most likely by commuters and people laying in bed, contemplating getting up.


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