I'll freely admit that on occasion, I find trying to proofread and edit my blog posts a bit frustrating. To help improve the overall experience I follow some simple, yet essential practices that deliver a more organized and trouble-free experience.
There comes a time in every blogger's creative journey where we run out of motivation or enjoyment for what we do. It's difficult to admit that sometimes the passion has disappeared and we're left wondering if blogging is still worth it. Taking a temporary step away can seem daunting; but trust me, it's better than lingering until all the love is gone.
Having the right blog post title can make the difference between enticing readers to your writing or turning them away. Requiring a mix of creativity and technical know-how (like sentiment, readability and SEO); coming up with something that captivates and resonates with your readers (and you) can be a little tricky.
When we're pressed for time but are still motivated to write a blog post; it can be a bit tricky to figure out what topic or content can fit into the creative moments we have available. Life can get bustling or frustrating for many reasons, hopefully these blog post ideas produce some inspiration!
Being a blogger who writes and shares content that connects deeply with what you want to put out into the world can provide a powerfully creative outlet. No matter what topics or blog niche/s you work under, there's nothing better than writing a blog post that you're proud of ... that is until writer's block decides to show up.
It's probably safe to say that if you're a blogger; you're likely aware that understanding your site's niche is key for creating content you're excited about and that resonates with your readers. But what if you're struggling to figure it all out?
Blog comments are the ultimate relationship builder between you, your readers and fellow bloggers. They're a way to connect with people and create valuable exchanges of knowledge, opinion, ideas and support.
I've been blogging in one form or another for just over 12 years. I've gone through several platforms, site iterations and changes of direction; which have all supported reaching a point where I can provide some advice based on my own experiences.