When you’re ready to get started with your blog, you’ll want to keep a few basic blogging tips for beginners in mind.
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The bloggers below share their best blogging tips for beginners.
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Blogging Tips For Beginners: Advice From Bloggers
Maureen Gaspari’s blogging tips for beginners:
My top blogging tips for beginners are to get to know what your audience wants by engaging with them on social media. Starting a Facebook group for your niche audience is an excellent way to engage with them and receive feedback regarding what they are struggling with.
Maureen blogs at The Highly Sensitive Child
Janelle Robinson’s blogging tips for beginners:
Take your own photos when ever possible. If you are just starting out your blog will come across more authentic when there are less “stock images” on your blog. You don’t need a fancy camera either, your phone camera will work just fine. With proper lighting and natural backgrounds you can capture great images for your blog.
Janelle blogs at A Break 4 Mommy
Amanda Nel’s blogging tips for beginners:
Know your strengths and weaknesses and don’t lose yourself during times of struggles and uncertainties. Have a plan and work towards it.
Amanda blogs at Easy On The Tongue
Ruth LovettSmith’s blogging tips for beginners:
Always maintain your writing voice. Your voice is what makes your blog unique. In my early days of blogging, I quickly gained a loyal following. As my blog grew, I lost my unique voice in trying to be more professional. Now I’m always sure to remain authentic to who I am.
Ruth blogs at Ruth LovettSmith
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Jessica Foley’s blogging tips for beginners:
Joining Facebook groups that have people with your related niche is a wonderful way to find and grow your tribe. Ensure not to be just part of the groups but to participe and be an active voice.
Jessica blogs at Jessica Foley
Ashley Freligh’s blogging tips for beginners:
Make sure your content is easy to share! Install a plug-in that allows readers to share your content with their friends with ease.
Ashley’s blogs at Spitup And Situps
Shelly-Ann Smalling blogging for beginners:
Keep records and use them to make informed decisions of your progress. Over time, you’ll be better able to cater to your audiences with the channels that’s been giving the best results.
Shelly-Ann blogs at Dot Com Lifestyle Your Way
Niki Howlett’s blogging tips for beginners:
Spend more time working on SEO and showing up in Pinterest search results. Sharing your link everywhere is great but consistent traffic comes from people looking for answers to their questions on Google and Pinterest.
Niki blogs at Toot’s Mom Is Tired
Gina Chance Young’s blogging tips for beginners:
Make sure your blog is easy to read and pleasant for your readers to visit. Have topics well organized and avoid a lot of pop-ups on your page.
Gina blogs at Money Savvy Living
Christine Gaudreau’s blogging tips for beginners
Keep a schedule and time when you will dedicate only to focusing on your blog. First thing in the morning jot down a plan for the day and try to stick to it as much as possible while fighting the daily distraction we have throughout the day.
Christine blogs at New England Momma
Samantha Ramos’s blogging tips for beginners
My best tip is to never give up on your blogging goals. Also accepting that there is always room for improvement in each aspect of blogging, even if you may think you have it right.
Samantha blogs at Sammy Approves
Holly Weidman’s blogging tips for beginners
Blogging has a learning curve to it. When you start blogging join FB groups for the purpose of learning and getting to know some of the active bloggers. Then ask them to join a small group that you create. 10-15 others is great size for encouraging each other, asking questions, challenging each other and accountability. You will create a very close connection with that group and you will all move ahead faster, together!
Holly blogs at Mrs Savvy Saver
Sarah Hunt’s blogging tips for beginners
My first tip would be not to overthink things too much — it’s okay to just jump in and get started and you can always change things or switch gears later. I spent a lot of time worrying about the best niche/domain/host/theme and now I wish I would have just jumped right in and started gaining real experience sooner. Another tip is to learn how to use Pinterest effectively because it will start bringing traffic to your blog right away if you have a good strategy!
Sarah blogs at Sarah Ever After
Crystal Lynn’s blogging tips for beginners
My #1 Tip for New Bloggers. Content Content Content. A blog is nothing without content. Readers need something to read. Give them lots to read and the readers will show up. The biggest mistake new bloggers make is putting 10-20 blog posts up and expecting thousands of pageviews. I’m not saying it can’t happen but it’s unlikely. Set a goal of 100 posts and write and post as often as you can until you reach that number then worry about getting on a posting schedule or focusing more time on marketing.
Crystal blogs at Mommy Is A Wino
Megan Mgim’s blogging tips for beginners
READ some blogs! Start commenting and interacting with other bloggers you like and pay attention to the topics, post titles and layouts that grab you (as well as the ones that irritate you).
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