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Become a Better Blogger Today with These 4 Actions

First, it’s important to understand what it takes to be a top-notch blogger. Here are four ways to do it:

1. Commit to creating quality content.

Bloggers who spend more time writing content are more likely to value quality content, as opposed to how much content they produce. They’re also entitled to positioning themselves as an expert voice which can increase the chances of their content getting shared. Don’t believe us…? Take a look at how many times our content has been shared.

Read: 10 Ways to Get Your Readers Every Time

2. Spend more time in the research and editing processes.

Investing time in researching a piece can make a huge difference in the quality of a blog post. The more statistics and facts you can include in your blog posts, the more value you’ll add to their writing. We also suggest that writers should also focus more on the editing process.

3. Maintain an ongoing list of content ideas.

One of the biggest challenges for bloggers is generating new ideas that are timely and relevant for their audience. A great way to keep ideas fresh is to look for ideas everywhere. Research different news outlets and blogs, pay attention to online conversations, and take lessons from real-life experiences to generate fresh content ideas. As the author of The Millionaire’s Digest, I grant all my Readers permission to write their blog posts off mine just as long as they ask first!

4. Use an editorial calendar.

There are a variety of tools you can use to create your editorial calendars. For example, Google Drive and CoSchedule are excellent platforms for streamlining content creation and making sure content gets published and promoted at the right time. Using an editorial calendar can improve your consistency and also create better content for your blog!

Read: How to Create an Editorial Calendar for Your Blog

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78 Comments
  1. Angie Sim 3 months ago

    Number three is something I make sure to do. Whenever an idea pops in my head, I write it down immediately so I don’t forget it later on- it sometimes comes in handy, especially because most of my ideas relate to each other which proves helpful for elaboration on a certain theme or concept. It also makes me feel good to see all my ideas out on paper, because I know what I have to work with.

    Thanks for sharing! Couldn’t agree more. 🙂

    xoxo
    Angie
    angieyhsim.wordpress.com

  2. positivewisdomliving 3 months ago

    Extremely helpful information. Thank you so much for this article. I am consistently trying to improve my blog and this has been a great guide.

  3. Stylish Brunette 4 months ago

    This post was super helpful!

  4. This was super helpful!!

  5. nivienbeauty 5 months ago

    Great post! I agree with #3. I have a list of over 50 topics and each time I post, i add another idea to my list.

  6. emmachuks 5 months ago

    Thanks
    Really helpful

  7. Very helpful! Learnt a lot from this one!

  8. David 6 months ago

    Writing original content that is unique is probably the hardest thing to do. Thanks for the tips.

  9. Isaac T.Wise 6 months ago

    love the tips

  10. organicrelevance 6 months ago

    Thank you for sharing. Good Read!

  11. Kimberly Minto 7 months ago

    Great post😀

  12. theneartryah 7 months ago

    Very helpful thank you!

  13. Phaytea's Pulse 7 months ago

    Valid points….I practise the 3rd point so well…it’s almost reflex you write topic ideas…thank you for sharing

  14. Sarver Ansari 8 months ago

    Grate and very helpful articles you share.

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