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The blogging process is instantaneous, which is an enormous blessing for writers when they can get their heads over what a blog really is and why it’s an essential tool for writing.

Every time, within a month after starting blogging, every blogger I’ve approached to establish blogs has stated: “I wish I’d started my blog years ago!”

Blogs are extremely effective. If you’re not sure how to start, you can follow the steps I’ve provided in this article:

1. Create a blog of a smaller size

The biggest challenge that bloggers face in blogging is actually starting. It is possible to spend months, even years, considering blogging. This won’t help. The same is true for researching blogs and blogging platforms.

Take the reality that you’re delaying because you’re anxious, and put the energy of your nervousness into your blog.

Simply create a blog on any platform. A month from now, or even a week later, if you decide you’ve made a mistake stop the blog and make another. Visit:-

Professional bloggers have hundreds of blogs, for many purposes.

I’ve got around 10 blogs about writing, as well as many others I’ve written on topics that I have an interest.

2. Blog each day

You learn blogging by doing it, even if you’re not sure whether you’re doing it “right.” There are no rules in blogging. A blog can be your immediate publishing tool to use as you like.

3. Find other bloggers

For inspiration for blogging and to get ideas for your blog, you should read blogs by other bloggers. Find a feed or RSS reader and build a collection of bloggers who blog in the areas you are interested.

If you see a blog that has a worthy post, blog about that post, and then add your own thoughts. The term “blog” has been used to describe a “conversation”, and while I’m sure that’s true sometimes it’s not the case for all blogs. conversations. If you wish to block comments on blogs, you can do so. It’s always YOUR blog.

4. Create a Google Alert for your name

Now here’s where writers begin to understand the potential of blogs. Create a Google “alert” for your name. You can set up alerts to be delivered to your inbox daily via email.

In the first month or so after launching, you’ll discover that your name is popping up all over online.

5. Check out who’s reading your blog

Create a Google Analytics account, to see who’s reading your blog. Not only can you see who’s reading, but also look up the words they typed into search engines to locate a specific blog post.

Analyzing your readers is huge fun: you’ll be amazed by the people who are listening to your writing editors, publishers, and any other potential customers you could attract in no other way.

6. Are you looking to draw attention to someone? Blog about them

Let’s say you’re working on an novel. You believe that Publisher X could be a good match for your novel.

Blog about Publisher X. Like yourself, Publisher X monitors the online world to see who is speaking about their products… in turn, consequently, anyone from Publisher X’s public relations or marketing department is likely to look over your blog. You might even get an email asking for a fragment (chapters and an outline) for your book.

Many bloggers have earned publishing contracts from their blogs. Others earn commissions and have clients.

Blogging will open new worlds and opportunities for you as a writer. If you’re not blogging, then you’re stifling your career. Start blogging now: you will be amazed by how effective blogging can be, and the benefits it has to your career.

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