5 Habits of Successful Bloggers

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Success can mean and look different to everyone. Every blogger will have different goals and intentions with their blog. Being a full-time blogger is a lot of bloggers ultimate goal. Doing what you love as a career is just the goal, right? Full-time bloggers will tell you blogging full-time is hard work and not for the faint-hearted.ย 

For the majority of bloggers, developing and growing their blog is the goal for them. Part of being successful is about the mindset, believing you are successful means you are half way there. There are habits that if you implement can help your blog become more successful and they are a great place to start.

1. Be consistent

Posting new content consistently is a must! Having a blogging schedule and posting on the same day and time so your audience knows what to expect. It will not only build up your audiences’ expectations, but they will start to trust in your brand. This will also help you plan your content ahead of time and boost your DA score.

2. Engage with your audience

To have a successful blog you need an audience that visits and reads your blog content. Knowing your audience is so vital in your blog growing so you need to know who you are writing your posts for and whether they are going to be helpful and valuable to them.ย Engagement is key! Replying to comments, returning comments and sharing content that your audience has asked for. Engagement on all your social media platforms is also important, building those rapports will then mean they are more likely to support your blog. Who wants to support a blogger who ignores their audience?

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3. Treat your blog like a business

Making the mindset change from just being a blogger to a business owner can be daunting but as soon as you make that shift in mindset you will start to treat your blog differently. The more seriously you take your blog the more effort you are going to put into it. When you start to put more of that effort into your blog, you are going to make sure you are putting more value into every post you share. You should always keep in mind when you are sharing on social media and your blog that you are representing yourself and your brand. Of course you can show your personality and share your views but keep a degree of professionalism.

4. Be patient

Success in any aspect of life does not come overnight, if you speak to full-time bloggers it has taken years to be in the position to be able to have that as their main source of income. Just keep in mind when you do not see results straight away, it takes time! You want to have the patience to create quality content that is going to appeal to your audience.

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5. Be persistent

Like being consistent, you need to keep persevering with building all aspects of your blog. Do not give up, bloggers who are working full-time will have all stayed persistent even when they did not see the results straight away. Blogging is not as easy as others may believe it is, it takes a lot of hard work so do not worry when you don’t see results straight away.

Remembering these habits is important to build your blog and be in the successful mindset. What is one habit that you feel successful bloggers implement?ย 

132 thoughts on “5 Habits of Successful Bloggers

  1. Iโ€™m 1 month into my blogging. Success for me to start with is producing content, that my main target audience (other parents with autistic children) can relate to and find useful.

    Finding your posts really useful ๐Ÿ‘

  2. Thank you I needed your , I have had a bog for 8 years already and about 4 years ago I changed jobs and I lost my creative thinking. (Or it just moved) but with the forced isolation, I am tapping into that again. Hopefully its the start of something fresh and new.

  3. Very well said Bournemouth.You have written beautifully the true points. I am just starter . Would love if you spare some time & see my self made small website where it can be made better for better engagement for my audiance.

  4. Thanks for sharing this, Iโ€™m new to the blogging world and itโ€™s really lovely to read useful tips.

  5. I think you really nailed it, all these steps are truly crucial if you want to “make it” with blogging!
    As already mentioned before, but having fun and enjoying the process is also crucial.

  6. Patience and persistence are SO important. They’re often the parts that people ignore the most. They think blogging can be an overnight success story – and maybe for some, it can, but it’s very rare. I appreciate your insight and wisdom here. I relate to it as these are the same tips I give others!

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