What 3 things I learned to become a better blogger
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What 3 things I learned to become a better blogger

(Last Updated On: April 3, 2021)

Hello, everyone and welcome to another post this week. Like I said in my previous post. This week I’m going to test new ideas that will support the DIY craft projects. And Today I got something cool for you. These are what 3 things I learned to become a better blogger.

Today I got something different from the DIY craft content. I want to know what you guys think of it. Something cool and helpful for bloggers that are just starting.

I have been blogging for a hot minute now. And I have gone through a lot of mistakes and learned so much. So I thought to add this topic to help others as well in the blogging community.

Also, aside from this, I added a like button for people who don’t have a WordPress account. This way, everyone can interact and hit the like button if I did a good job posting something helpful haha.

As I said, I’m trying to add new stuff and testing new content to help the crafty projects. I was doing travel before, but since I can’t travel, for now, this hopefully, will help until then.

Being a blogger and doing crafty projects takes a lot of time and for consistency, it’s difficult to do both. So, I will do a variety of posts and different content for you guys and I hope you will like it.

what 3 things I learned to become a better blogger

This doesn’t mean I’ve become the best blogger. But from where I was to where I am now. I’ve gotten better at it. Learned so much. And I have been blogging for a long time.

We all know that blogging is not just writing a blog post and that’s it. I didn’t know it when I first started my blogging journey. But, little later, I found out that I missing on a lot of important things.

I can’t mention all of them. It’s a lot of things and this will post will be about the main things that helped me to get better. It took me a while to learn this and sharing this, hopefully, it will help you to learn it sooner than I did haha.

For sure, there are other things that important and necessary to be a good blogger. However, I’m only sharing things that I experienced myself and helped me in a way improved my writing and thinking.

If I would name a category for this post, it would be blogging tips and that means, I’m going to talk more about blogging and share some good suggestions and ideas that will help you. So if you like this kind of content, please subscribe to the blog and hit the like button below.

So it will be is the second topic I’m going to be posting about in the future alongside the DIY crafts. I’m excited to be part of the people who share blogging tips and help bloggers. It will be original content and things I genuinely learn. Not something I read on the internet because what’s the point of doing that, you know haha.

Anyways, lets get start and tell you guys what 3 things I learned to become a better blogger.

1-The prospective

I’m sure you already know that there is more than just writing or share a blog post as I said earlier. But the way how you see it, it helps you to know what you need and more things that weren’t clear for you.

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For me, I knew that I should do more than just writing. But, in my mind, I just write words and share them with the world. Later, I changed my perspective. I started looking at it as it’s not writing words. It’s a way to communicate with the world. A way to speak with the audience, you know.

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From that, I have been getting better and better, and the way I write posts changed. It’s really different when you see it as a just place where you write and a way to communicate. At least for me, you know.

You have to have the right perspective of blogging and see it from a better point of view. And that one of the main things that helped me to improve my writing and many things. I was reading through my old posts and found I have a lot of mistakes. So then, I went back and updated all of the old posts on the blog. And still, I’m going to keep it going and update more and more as I learn.

It also helps to have a better view of taking care of the blog and the way I put things.

2-The little things

I don’t know about you guys, but I wasn’t paying attention to the little things. And that was a long time ago which was not the best thing to do as a small blogger.

Sometimes, if I see a blog thread on social media, and has only a couple of people. I would say that’s not worth it which is really not good. Everything counts and we should pay attention to the little things at first, you know.

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This also matters when you have few followers or people read your content. And you don’t pay attention as much because you don’t have a lot. I mean I didn’t do that and I would care about my readers no matter the numbers. But I wasn’t doing good enough, you know

It really does matter guys and everything starts from nothing. So I highly recommend doing your best whether there are a couple of peoples only reading your content or a lot of people.

Sharing your content no matter how many people whether in your social media profile or threads on social media.

3- Ogniazing

This one, I’m sure there are a lot of people already doing this. But for the people who still stuck deciding on doing this or not. I’m here to tell you that you have to start doing it.

In case, you don’t know what I’m talking about. Well, organizing everything. Planning posts, writing post ideas on a notebook or a journal. Having a schedule and many things. It really does help a lot with consistency as well.

At first, I was hesitant myself about doing it. And I thought, it’s not really necessary, but the real fact that is really important to write down post ideas and organize, set a schedule for you. And set goals.

Conclusion of what 3 things I learned to become a better blogger

Here we are, reached the end and this is it for this post. I hope you guys found this post useful. The first post of the new topic that I’m going to share more on this blog.

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What one thing you guys didn’t pay attention to and it’s important as a blogger? let me know in the comment and let’s help each other and share more. I personally got these three and I’m going to share more later as I learn. So stay tuned.

I’m doing DIY crafts as well. If you want to keep reading about posts like this and awesome DIY projects. Please don’t forget to subscribe to the blog or follow me on WordPress and Twitter. Other than that, have a great day!

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64 thoughts on “What 3 things I learned to become a better blogger”

  1. This is such a helpful post! My advice is one you’ve covered but I can’t overstate the importance of organization. That and don’t let blogging take all of your time and energy. Well done!

  2. Great post! The organization is one of the most important things you can do as a blogger. The perspective will change, when you grow, so it doesn’t matter how many readers you have because they will only grow. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I agree, that there are so many small considerations I was oblivious to when I first decided to start blogging. At times, it’s almost impossible to keep up with them all, but the more you learn, the better you keep getting!

  4. Knowing a little bit of what happens in the backend helps a lot. Especially if something’s not working and nobody is available to help sort it out.

  5. I agree that the little things are so important. Keeping everything high quality, from the blog itself to related social media accounts is critical, regardless of the size of your following.

  6. Thank you for sharing what you’ve learned! This is all very helpful to me as I continue to learn about blogging.

  7. I really enjoyed this post, as I have many similar thoughts on what it takes to be a better blogger. Organization is what I most struggle with. Thank you for sharing this ❤️

  8. I find organisation and being prepared with your planning is the best tool to help you successful grow a blog. Thank you for sharing your experience.

  9. This is a very helpful post. I’ve been thinking of starting my own blog but I don’t have the motivation and enough knowledge yet. Thanks for this.

  10. I remember the first days I started blogging, I didn’t know about a lot of things either 😂 but yes we continually grow and be more involved in these things. Thanks for sharing! x

  11. Organisation is key, as is thinking about what your audience might like to read, or what questions people are asking around a certain topic. I wish I’d known abut SEO when I started though!

  12. organizing yourself as well as seeing and appreciating little things are my main focuses when blogging. it changes your perspective and does you a better blogger indeed

  13. Great post! I totally agree about staying organized, for me, it keeps me from getting overwhelmed with all the different blog related tasks I need to do.

  14. It’s a very good idea to have chosen to post on blogging in addition to the DIY ones. A lot of people are interested in blogging and it will certainly help them. For me, one piece of advice I’ll give to bloggers is consistency. You have to choose the pace you want to publish at and maintain it. Readers will know when to expect new content. It can be daily, once a week, once every two weeks, etc.

    Corinne

  15. Such a great helpful article for the bloggers! I have been blogging since 2015 and yet it seems like I don’t know a lot of stuff! I like that adding Like button option, will try to do the same with my blog too 😉

  16. I agree that the little things do count. They might be small, but they are also important. Anywhere on the web: your own Facebook page, social media, or other social media. Just sending one tweet per day is so important as sending many in one day.

  17. Some key points here! I definitely believe being organised keeps me sane because working full time, doing blogging and running a small business is hard 😂 that and ensuring that I spend time switching off too.

  18. The little things do matter. When I first began blogging I was initially discouraged because I was putting so much time and effort into creating posts for only a few readers. Then overnight my list of readers drastically grew. The one thing that I did not do it give up.

    xo Erica

  19. I too had to learn these simple things. Blogging can be overwhelming that’s why we need organization skills

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