Are You Devoted To Blogging?

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Nancy had been blogging for two years on WordPress; she did it sporadically; she would publish blog posts whenever she felt inspired (And, that was rare).

“Am I wasting my time blogging?” she wondered.

Nancy could not understand the reason why she only had fifteen followers, no comments and a few “Likes”. She felt the urge to talk with someone — someone who knew a whole lot about blogging. She took out her laptop computer with the intentions of finding out if her friend, Wendy, was logged in to her Skype account.” Great! Wendy is online!” she exclaimed and clicked on the camera icon; she kept her fingers crossed hoping that the quality of the video call on Skype would be an excellent one.

“Good day to you, Nancy,” Wendy uttered politely. “I like what you did with your hair.”

“Thank you,” Nancy replied. “I was tired of my hair touching my shoulders, so I cut it a bit shorter,” she paused for a brief moment and said, “By the way, are you seeing me and hearing me clearly?”

“Yes, I am,” was Wendy’s response.

“Wendy, I need your help on something,” Nancy said sounding a bit worried.

“Sure, Nancy,” Wendy replied. “What is it that you need help with?”

“I need help with my blog,” Nancy answered. “I want to know the reason why people are not reading my blog posts.”

“If it makes you feel any better, I do read your blog posts,” Wendy uttered.

“Oh, I know that you do and that makes you the perfect candidate to let me know how to go about solving this dilemma,” was Nancy’s reply.

“I have noticed that you are not consistent with your blogging,” Wendy said in a frank tone of voice. “In September, you posted three blog posts, you did not post anything for the month of October, November, you posted two blog posts and in December, you only posted one blog post.”

Nancy sighed aloud and said, “You have made a very good point, Wendy. And, that is all because I have not been inspired lately.”

Wendy urged her friend, Nancy, to have a look at her blog. “Have you noticed a pattern?”

“Yes, I have noticed a pattern,” Nancy said. “You publish your blog posts on the same day and time.”

“Good!” Wendy responded. “That is a perfect example of consistency!”

“Okay, from now on, I will do my best to be consistent in blogging,” Nancy said halfheartedly.

“Nancy, I want you to always remember, that if you do not take your blog seriously, no one will,” Wendy uttered.

“Thank you for the blogging advice,” Nancy replied. “I will put it into practice from now on.”

Wendy’s toddler started crying in the background. “Josh is awake, I have got to go. Sorry about that, Nancy.” Wendy said.

“No problem at all,” Nancy replied.” You need to carry out your motherly duties.”

“I will share more blogging tips with you on our next chat. Goodbye, Nancy.” Wendy said before ending the video call on Skype.

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10 Things That Bloggers Should Consider

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To put in bluntly, blogging is not rocket science (Even though there are people who would like you to believe that it is).

I will admit, that no one really masters the art of blogging the first time around since it is something that people gradually learn and get better at as time passes.

As a matter of fact, anyone can get better at blogging (Provided that they have a genuine desire to advance themselves in the area of blogging and that they are willing to put the things that will greatly enhance their blog into practice).

The biggest irony is that these things are simple — things that bloggers rarely take into consideration.

At this point, I have certainly aroused your curiosity and I am going to delve deeply into those things that bloggers rarely take into consideration; so without further ado, it is time to let you know what they are.

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7 Ways To Blog Like A Pro In 2019

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If you are concerned about the affairs of blogging in 2019, you are not alone.

Yes, believe it or not, a lot of bloggers are concerned about the same thing too.

In reality, blogging is always evolving and it is quite normal for bloggers to be deeply concerned about the affairs of their blog.

Bloggers are usually concerned about the following things:

  • SEO changes.
  • Gaining new readers.
  • Keeping their existing readers.
  • Losing readers.
  • Coming up with new blogging strategies.
  • Coming up with new methods of improving their blog.

Hey, bloggers are always brainstorming (And, that is a good thing because it keeps them on their toes).

Now, while brainstorming is a good thing, excessive worrying is counterproductive.

Dear friend, I want you to know that it is possible for you to continue your successful blogging journey in 2019 and I am going to spill the proverbial beans (I am going to tell you how to go about making that possible).

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Getting With The Christmas Program

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If you are a huge fan of Christmas, chances are you are looking forward to the experiences that come with the Christmas Season.

And, if you are not fond of Christmas, you are dreading the arrival of the Christmas Season.

The good news is that it is possible for anyone to get with the proverbial Christmas program (If a Christmas-hater like myself can do it, you can do it too).

The trick is to get yourself in the right mindset (And, I will be sharing with you my methods of getting in a frame of mind that is conducive to the joys of the Christmas Season).

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Are You A Brave Blogger?

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Currently, there are a lot of newbie bloggers (and veteran bloggers too) who worry about what other people think about them.

By the way, are you one of those bloggers?

If you have answered, “Yes, ” I want you to know that worrying about what other people think about you is an absolute waste of your time.

And, why is it that worrying about what other people think about you is a waste of your time?

Because it is not possible to please everyone.

In reality, the things that you post on your blog is not going to resonate with everyone.

Dear friend, this is the truth:

  • Some people are going to dislike your blog posts.
  • Some people are going to love your blog posts.
  • Some people are going to remain neutral towards your blog posts.

The most important thing is publishing the things on your blog that resonates well with you.

And, if you have answered, “No, ” you might as well give yourself a proverbial pat on the back because you are already aware of the fact that it is impossible to please everyone.

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