Creating content that others will want to read, comment on, subscribe to, and even link to, doesn’t require that you be an all-knowing expert. It does require that you have passion, desire, audacity, willingness to
Creating content that others will want to read, comment on, subscribe to, and even link to, doesn’t require that you be an all-knowing expert. It does require that you have passion, desire, audacity, willingness to learn new skills, implementing these learned skills as often as possible in your writing efforts. Not everyone will like or agree with everything you have to say, but you need to say it anyway, in as coherent a manner as possible. You also have to expect that there will be some people who will blatantly attack you for things you write about, perhaps even call you vile names, which proves that you must be or become thick-skinned to withstand differing views and opinions. Some people do not have a natural ability to deal with verbal attacks, but tend to run and hide out of a sense of fear.
In order to help you remain focused on the growth and longevity of your blog, you must keep in mind that it’s YOUR blog, and you control what does or doesn’t happen with your blog. Writing about personal life experiences, as I am often known to do, is not always an easy task, but I do it anyway. I believe it’s very important for readers to know that, behind the printed word on your computer screen, is a real person, with thoughts, beliefs, opinions, interests, etc. Engaging readers by sharing personal perspectives, experiences, opinions, successes and failures, helps your readers build a real and personal connection with you, the writer.
There are many views and opinions on what does or doesn’t work well when blogging. I’ve compiled a list of what I believe are informative, well-written blog posts by several different writers, to give you ample opportunity to learn some great tips to better your blog, but also to point you towards these highly skilled writers, and I highly recommend you subscribe to their blogs. Regardless of what your blogging niche is, there is much we can all learn from other bloggers, and each other. The great majority of what I personally write about has to do with romance and relationships of one kind or another, the good, bad and the ugly, but I enjoy learning new things from other bloggers, and I believe you will find the compiled list to be of help to you as well.
Top Ten Tips to Write Like a ProBlogger
How Does Being Social Help Your Blog? – By Pat Doyle
Creating Content From Everyday Life – By Pearl
Advice For New Bloggers – By Snoskred
What You Need To Know About Outgoing Links – By Vijay
8 Basic Characteristics To Sustain Long Term Blogging – By Blogsreview
Using Outbound Links To Improve Your Blog – By Vandalay Design
Writing Dirty – By Skelliwag
101 Essential Blogging Skills – By Skelliwag
Audacious Blogging – By Skelliwag
Want Attention And Links For Your Blog? Interview Others!- By Remarkableblogger
11 Ways To Find New RSS Subscribers For Your Blog – By Darren Rowse
Creating A More Valuable Blog For Your Readers – By Vandalay Design
The Secret To Building A Popular Blog (and getting tons of readers) – DoshDosh
What You Can Learn About Blogging From Britney Spears – By Remarkableblogger
102 Ways To Make Your Site A Back-Link Superstar – By Courtney Tuttle
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