Blogging is one of those careers you take and have to work consistently before you start seeing r...
While I’ve been able to build a sustainable blogging career and have learnt a lot of things along the line, I never intended to keep my ideas to myself.
I also wanted to share some tips that will change the career of others with them, which is why I’ll be sharing 3 blogging tips that will change your career in this blog post.
Stick to Schedule
This is one of the easiest things to say, but as hard to believe as it appears, it is also the hardest thing to do. Your schedule should be your organizer, and once you’ve fall off the roles you assigned to each hour of the day, you should believe that your work for that day has been disorganized.
What you should strive to do in order to see yourself stick to schedule is to train yourself to be organized.
Make it your mantra, and always strive to achieve it.
If you are to write a blog post for your blog at a particular time, don’t use that period to write a guest post and then create an excuse for not following your schedule. Close facebook, log out of emails and leave comments alone! This will create time for you to do more meaningful things.
Be Familiar with Your Audience
Gaining familiarity with your audience is also a very important thing to do. Let you audience know who you are, and you should know them also. Be distinctive. Becoming familiar with their audience is what successful bloggers have been able to achieve and this has always gone a long way to increase their visibility on the blogosphere.
When your audience knows you individually, they can talk about you to others. They will invite more readers to your blog willingly and will always share your posts on their social networks.
The down side of not being familiar with your audience is that they will hardly trust anything that comes from you, just like people hardly invest their trust on most of the things they read on the internet.
Finally, you should strive to build connections with other bloggers. Let the bloggers in your network of connection be successful bloggers that can add value to your blog and your readers. You should not do this with the aim of gaining for yourself alone, but you should work hard to see that everybody in your network of connection is benefiting from you too.
When you create a win-win relationship with other bloggers, they can do anything to see that they reward you in return. And that’s when you gain the opportunity to leverage them to promote your products/services/blog.