Blogging Tips For Beginners

Blogging Tips

Although this Blog is just under 3 months old now, I have actually been Blogging for much longer than that, probably over a year, possibly more.

I think in that time I have gained a bit of Blogging knowledge and experience which may be of help to others out there who may be just starting out or just need a bit more help with it. So, I have decided to give you 3 killer tips that I have learned and will hopefully help you on your Blogging journey also.

Be Yourself:

Everyone has their own writing style. It is just finding that style and bringing out your true self. No one wants to read something which sounds like someone else could have done it for you. No! People can tell when you are putting across your own personality, it’s pretty easy to spot.

Being yourself is important in all aspects of life, so why would it be any different with blogging?

Don’t Care Too Much About Stats:

Blogging is about the love of it, so stats are not the most important thing in the world. Sure they help, and may make you feel down if someone else has a better following you, but just keep in mind the reason you began blogging. Anyway, the less you think about it, the more likely the stats will begin to grow, and so will your following. Don’t worry about it. Chill. Have a cup of tea.

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will your blog.

Write. Write. Then Write Some More:

The more you write, the more chance you will get at receiving more traffic and engagement from your readers. Also, writing more will also mean more practice, leading to you then having better quality posts for your readership to read and enjoy.

Content is key!!! Simple as that really.

Lonely Girl x

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17 thoughts on “Blogging Tips For Beginners

  1. Reine says:

    Oo I love this post! I think that the ‘be yourself’ part is the most important because as you said, writing style and personality matters and that’s what you’re going to be known for in the blogging world 😊

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    • Chloe Lauren says:

      Exactly! If you’re being just like everyone you are cheating yourself because you won’t stand out. Also, your audience wants to know you, for you, so if they feel as though you are being fake, that audience will probably not grow 🙂

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