Is blogging hard? Does and don’t in blogging

I’m not sure if this is true for everyone, but I think that blogging has taught me more about writing and communicating than any other medium. Blogging forces us to write regularly, which is great practice in producing content and getting used to the rhythm of regular writing. And while there are certainly many things that make blogging hard—oh my gosh, writing every day can be so hard!—there are also many things that make it worth it.

Do find your niche.

You’ll be more passionate about your blog and its content if you’re writing about something that interests you. You’ll also gain the respect of your readers. If readers feel like they’re reading about something interesting and important to you, they’ll be more likely to stick around.

When it comes to finding a niche, there are three main things that need to be considered:

  • What do I know a lot about?
  • What am I interested in learning more about?
  • How can I find out what my readers want/need to know?

Do write about what you want to read about.

  • Do write about what you want to read about.
  • What you want to write about is what other people want to read about.
  • Write about what you are most interested in and that’s what other people are most interested in.
  • Write about what you know!

Don’t be afraid to write something small.

Don’t be afraid to write something small.

You don’t have to write a novel or an epic poem, you can start with a short blog post. You can start by writing about one thing in particular and then expand it into a series of articles. This doesn’t mean that everything has to be short, but if you’re new at this game, I highly recommend starting small so you can get used to writing consistently before taking on too much at once!

Do give it a shot and see where it takes you

The only way to find out if you have what it takes is to give it a shot and see where it takes you. If you don’t like it, then there’s no harm done!

Don’t be too hard on yourself. Don’t take disappointments as a sign that blogging isn’t for you; instead, look at them as challenges for improvement. There will always be things about blogging that are frustrating, but if this is something that interests you, make sure to keep trying until eventually something clicks.

Do learn as you go.

A lot of bloggers make the same mistakes when they first start writing. Don’t be afraid to make them! Acknowledge the fact that you don’t know everything, and then do everything you can to learn as much as possible. It’s never too late to change direction, even if it means going back on something that seemed like a great idea at the time.

As long as you’re willing to learn from your mistakes, no one else needs ever know what they were!

Don’t write for money

If you’re going to start a blog for the money, save yourself some time and don’t bother. You won’t make enough to pay rent or buy food this way anyway.

A blog is an excellent way to promote your business or brand and make money from it, but don’t expect this to happen right away. In fact, don’t even care about money at all when starting out—you’ll soon see that there are other ways of making cash online if you do things right!

Don’t over promote your blog.

Don’t over promote your blog.

I know, I know, you want to tell everyone about your new blog and get all the hits as soon as possible. But that’s not how it works. You need to build an audience and trust before they decide to follow you. If they feel like you are spamming them or being annoying in any way, then they will leave and never come back again (and neither should you!). Be patient with yourself and others around you who might not understand why blogging isn’t all about making money right off the bat!

Do create a plan (editorial calendar).

A plan is very important when it comes to blogging.

You can use a notebook or calendar app for planning. Or, if you’re more tech-savvy, there are also blog planner tools available on the market.

It’s important to plan your blog posts at least a week in advance so that you can avoid rushing through them last minute and end up with poor quality content that won’t help your readers much.

Blogging can teach us many things that we didn’t know before, especially when writing about a topic we are most interested in

Blogging is a great way to learn new skills. Not only do you have the opportunity to write about your favorite topics and share your experiences, but you also get the chance to learn new things along the way. You may not realize it now, but blogging can help improve your writing and communication skills while also making you more confident in yourself.

When it comes to building your brand, blogging is an excellent choice. It allows you to connect with others through social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter which will help build up an audience base for yourself as well as give people who are interested in what they read here on my blog some insight into me as a person too!

You never know who might find themselves reading what I have written here today until its too late! So please feel free check out my blog now if interested 🙂


Blogging can be a great way to learn about yourself and the world around you. It is especially helpful if you have something to say or an idea that needs some space on the internet. Blogging can also be very rewarding, as it gives us a chance to connect with people from all over the world. However, there are some things that shouldn’t be done when writing for your blog – like over promoting your content or expecting money from doing so!

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