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If you haven’t heard of Bloglovin’ , you’ve probably been living under a digital rock. This site is the bloggosphere’s answer to productive procrastination. On this site you can follow your favourite blogs, discover new ones, and gather inspiration from bloggers around you. It’s pretty flippin’ fantastic if you ask me. Thank you for these tips. I’m going to go check out your photography tips post now. That’s still something I struggle with, even after almost a year of food blogging. It’s a steep learning curve, I guess – at least as far as I’m concerned.
I quit college for this, and am learning to keep friends on the road, and to explain to family and dates what I do and how I live. My advice is to be picky, and guest post on blogs that you think will provide the best return on your investment in time. Because time is limited when you’re trying to become a professional blogger! Collaborations with other bloggers can expand your reach too. Maybe you noticed a few months ago I teamed up with Kiersten from The Blonde Abroad for projects in Iceland & Canada This exposed my audience to her blog, and her audience to my blog, benefiting us both. Thanks so much for the information. I have been thinking about blogging for a while now. This has made it seem so much more simpler than I thought it would be. Very useful tips and information. I am just starting my new blog on food. I hope to keep the patience and abide by tips you gave.
According to this Chartbeat graph below , many visitors to your site won’t bother scrolling, and most visitors won’t read more than about 60% of what you’ve written. Keeping it short and sharp then, could be worthwhile. Here at ShoutMeLoud I write about Starting & managing a blog, WordPress, Social-media, SEO and Making Money online. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m happy to announce the starting of the new theme series today, Thank you everyone for your support. Today’s theme is designed as per a reader’s request Pradip Singha, which I got when I announced the starting of the series. Great post Lauren! You’re doing awesome for a new blogger! I feel like your site is leaps and bounds ahead of where I was a few months into it!
There is a lot more work involved now. But I still love my work, so I can’t complain. I make sure to schedule a few vacations from travel blogging” into my year — taking less photos, not blogging about a trip, or going off the grid. Thanks for this. Several useful ideas (I made a list of 9). The beauty of this post is that is a grab bag. It’s so massive (and organized) that one look inside offers many new/valuable things for almost anyone. Perhaps, that’s a new type of post: The Grab Bag Post. Experienced bloggers can also get help from this building strategy is a must eespecially in a saturated niche. Writing a diary of your travels for family & friends is easy, but other than them, no one else cares. If you want strangers to read your travel blog, you’ll need to provide something more useful.