In this blog post, I will point out some of the main reasons why you should start your own blog. I really hope that the list below will encourage you enough to take action. If you have been weighing up the reasons to start blogging but are coming up short for answers, tis post is a good place to start.
Here's a list of reasons why people blog and how blogging can benefit your personal or professional life. Express Yourself and Share Your Passions The landscape has changed, but there are still countless blogs that serve as a platform for people to voice their ideas, thoughts, and feelings.
Should I Start a Blog? 34 Things to Know (Before You Start). It can help you aid good causes.. I was unsure and was hesitating to start the blog. After reading this post of yours, I thought why not to write a blog about the same thing. Reply Damien Fynn -.If the idea of writing an entire blog post series sounds daunting, we have some good news for you. In some ways, it can be easier than writing individual posts (or at least coming up with ideas for them). Here's how to write a series for your blog, and why it's such a great idea.Sit down and write on a consistent schedule (doesn’t have to be every day). Connect with others. Set up social media profiles to reach your fans. Grow with your blog. As your blog grows, so should you. Let’s dig into the details on how to start your own blog. 1. Choose a blog name and home.
Learning how to write a blog post that is shining with absolute perfection isn’t easy, but it is possible.One thing you should understand right off the bat here is that it takes a lot of hard work, and it doesn’t end with just one post. Your first perfect post has to be great.Read More
How to Write a Blog Post that Connects When I started The Write Practice in 2011, I knew I wanted to connect with other writers. I had studied writing in college and had even written professionally for a few years, but I hadn’t found my people, my tribe, if that makes sense.Read More
Start a Blog Journal. Writing about writer’s block is a good way to get your fingers typing. Keep a blog journal and date it. Write about anything you like — writer’s block, your hopes, your fears, or anything else that comes to mind. No one ever needs to see this journal — not even you! The point is to get all the negativity out of.Read More
There’s a wide choice of blogging platforms. The more choices there are, the harder it is to make up your mind. To help you choose the right blogging platform for yourself, we will first talk about what to look for in a blogging solution. After th.Read More
You might be thinking that in order to write a great post you need to be a good writer but I’m here to tell you that’s BS. Anyone can write a good blog post. Even you! Yes, you! And I’m gonna prove it to you with this step-by-step guide on how to write a great blog post even if you’re a bad writer.Read More
We’re all about helping churches make disciples digitally here at Disciplr, and one of the most powerful ways you can do this is by running a healthy church blog. Here’s the sad thing: most church leaders know that running a church blog is a good idea, but they don’t have a lot of people helping them avoid some of the common mistakes bloggers make.Read More
Here’s why I would still do it (and why I think anyone can and should start a blog): Blogging teaches you discipline. Having to sit down once a day or once week (or at whatever frequency you do it) and write is an important skill.Read More
Blog Rules: The 16 Rules of Blog Writing and Layout 1. Format Every Blog Post. Careful formatting will make your blog posts easier for people to scan. Write your posts with the page layout in mind or edit them to make sure they’re well formatted for scan reading. 2. Constrain Column Width.Read More
A business blog is one of the most cost-effective and easiest ways to promote your business. Done right, it can drive traffic to your website, increase your sales, establish you as an authority in.Read More
By Jeff Goins Influence, Marketing This week, my first ghostwriting project, The Successful Speaker, comes out. This was a collaboration with Grant Baldwin, the leading expert on what it takes to build a successful speaking business.Read More