How to start blogging?

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How to start blogging?

Jan 4, 2022, 6:17:02 PM Tech and Science

Finding a niche blog that you’re confident in writing about is an admirable goal. Who wouldn’t like to find content for all their needs while writing about something that’s relevant to your life or ones you’re passionate about? That would be ideal, but in a world of Internet crawlers, bots, and technology to remove the friction, you have to dig in and find those writers, listen to their lectures, and comb through their work. The rigor and the work involved in content writing make it quite difficult for anyone to get started. As far as content blogging is concerned, start with the very first story you have to share.

After reviewing the writer’s work, once you see the quality of your story, go ahead and post it on the site you chose to start blogging about. If that’s a blog, in case you don’t have a blog, then there are many platforms that can help you in the early stages of your blog, but whether you’re blogging on Medium, Telegram, or any social media, try to reach out to people you know to write for you. If that’s not possible then you might have to hire an assistant to write for you.

In case you’re like me, you don’t have a day job so you can pursue your writing goals, but that doesn’t mean it’s as easy as you think. Once you have your first couple of articles published and you’re creating some buzz around your blog, search engines will be crawling your content and you’ll find yourself blogging more and more. From there, you might want to start with a thousand articles. There’s no right way to do it so you’re going to have to experiment and jump into it to see what goes. The one thing you can’t do though is when you’re mid-way through your writing journey and you get a sudden urge to tell someone else about your story. Why do you wait until you have a thousand articles written? Take your time. If you don’t get inspired enough to share your writing journey, you can at least expose your readers to your artistry, produce a quick screener, and then share it. Your readers will love it. Whether you’re a personality, a writer, or an author, each of you has an audience. They will follow you from blogging about making the rounds on Facebook and Instagram to finding your blog, to searching for a new author they believe in.

If you’re a great writer, you’ll get some page views and write more articles than you know what to do with before you feel content. This is one of the points you must understand. But how do you know what content to write about? Below, we provide some advice on what content to write about and some of the areas that you shouldn’t overdo. Remember, you have to read and fact-check. Look for sub-topics that the writer hasn’t done before or those few topics that you can relate to, and once you go through each of the readership (or the subscribers!) it will give you a good understanding of how they respond to your writing and how they can help you improve your writing skills.

If you’re one of those writers who knows how to write about something and doesn’t know how to sell it, it’s time to have a brainstorming session with a buddy. From there, depending on your blogging platform, you can go straight to work. Stay on top of your to-do list and keep the clock ticking. You’ll most likely start posting about your stories before you do any other writing. As you meet new writers that are good at their craft and what kind of writers they are, you might end up even getting a first draft copy. Do your research for your cover story and write it once you’re ready. Once you’re finished, test it and post it on your curated page. Show the world that you can be a good writer as well. People will read. Other editors, editors, and writers will find out and you will build a rapport with them once you start blogging. That will lead to more and more of your work that will affect the blog’s ratings. Eventually, you will get “high demand” and begin to attract more subscribers and discover yourself as a prolific writer.Finding a niche blog that you’re confident in writing about is an admirable goal. Who wouldn’t like to find content for all their needs while writing about something that’s relevant to your life or ones you’re passionate about? That would be ideal, but in a world of Internet crawlers, bots, and technology to remove the friction, you have to dig in and find those writers, listen to their lectures, and comb through their work. The rigor and the work involved in content writing makes it quite difficult for anyone to get started. As far as content blogging is concerned, start with the very first story you have to share.

After reviewing the writer’s work, once you see the quality of your story, go ahead and post it on the site you chose to start blogging about. If that’s a blog, in case you don’t have a blog, then there are many platforms that can help you in the early stages of your blog, but whether you’re blogging on Medium, Telegram, or any social media, try to reach out to people you know to write for you. If that’s not possible then you might have to hire an assistant to write for you.

In case you’re like me, you don’t have a day job so you can pursue your writing goals, but that doesn’t mean it’s as easy as you think. Once you have your first couple of articles published and you’re creating some buzz around your blog, search engines will be crawling your content and you’ll find yourself blogging more and more. From there, you might want to start with a thousand articles. There’s no right way to do it so you’re going to have to experiment and jump into it to see what goes. The one thing you can’t do though is when you’re mid-way through your writing journey and you get a sudden urge to tell someone else about your story. Why do you wait until you have a thousand articles written? Take your time. If you don’t get inspired enough to share your writing journey, you can at least expose your readers to your artistry, produce a quick screener, and then share it. Your readers will love it. Whether you’re a personality, a writer, or an author, each of you has an audience. They will follow you from blogging about making the rounds on Facebook and Instagram, to finding your blog, to searching for a new author they believe in.

If you’re a great writer, you’ll get some page views and write more articles than you know what to do with before you feel content. This is one of the points you must understand. But how do you know what content to write about? Below, we provide some advice on what content to write about and some of the areas that you shouldn’t overdo. Remember, you have to read and fact check. Look for sub-topics that the writer hasn’t done before or those few topics that you can relate to, and once you go through each of the readership (or the subscribers!) it will give you a good understanding of how they respond to your writing and how they can help you improve your writing skills.

If you’re one of those writers who knows how to write about something and doesn’t know how to sell it, it’s time to have a brainstorming session with a buddy. From there, depending on your blogging platform, you can go straight to work. Stay on top of your to-do list and keep the clock ticking. You’ll most likely start posting about your stories before you do any other writing. As you meet new writers that are good at their craft and what kind of writers they are, you might end up even getting a first draft copy. Do your research for your cover story and write it once you’re ready. Once you’re finished, test it and post it on your curated page. Show the world that you can be a good writer as well. People will read. Other editors, editors, and writers will find out and you will build a rapport with them once you start blogging. That will lead to more and more of your work that will affect the blog’s ratings. Eventually, you will get “high demand” and begin to attract more subscribers and discover yourself as a prolific writer.

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