Content Creation: 7 Phenomenal Tips That Are Going to Revolutionize The Way You Write Blog Posts

If you’re passionate about blogging, odds are that you’ve read articles, guides, or enrolled in blogging courses. Now, most of the advice regarding content creation is rather lukewarm.

After all, quality is subjective.

But the road you have to take in order to produce quality content is not.

That’s why I am going to share a few ways to think about your posts that are going to revolutionize the way you create your content.

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What They Never Tell You About Headlines: Writing One List After Another is Not Enough

You’ve been working hard on your blog: you put thought and effort into your About page, your site title and tagline, and you’ve even picked a great blog name. You sweat your photography. You read and re-read your drafts to make sure they’re just perfect.

With millions of posts published every day, how do you make sure your work stands out in the crowd? Crafting strong post headlines is one way to snag reader attention, pique interest, attract followers, and earn repeat visits. 

Here are a few ideas to think about as you write titles for your posts:

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This is Why You’ve Yet to Have a Blog Post Go Viral

Blogging can be quite confusing at times.

Is it an art?

Is it a craft?

Is it a business?

Is it a part time job? Full-time? More than that?

What exactly do you need to become a successful blogger? How many followers? How many comments? 

What about SEO? Or headlines?

Networking with other bloggers? Guest blogging? Commenting on other blogs?

You get the idea.

And sometimes, because of all these things you must do, you have no idea why a blog post does not perform well.

If you think that your blog post should have gone viral but didn’t, you should remember the following.

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The Art of Growing Your Audience in 2020

Today we’re breaking down all of the best ways to get more blog readers, turn them into avid fans, and the smartest ways to take advantage of social media to build an audience for your blog.

This is a rather extensive list of the 25 best ways to grow your audience in 2020, so if you wish to download the post, you can do so below:


The most common question I get from fellow bloggers is, “How do I get more readers?” 

Honestly, I’d like to tell you that building a community around your blog is as simple as writing great content, the truth is that growing a blog is a bit more nuanced than that.

Getting more readers for your writing takes a lot of dedication, time, and energy.

It’s not just about content, but also about community.

The strategies I’m sharing with you are the culmination of 8 years of trial and error growing my blogs to over 180,000 engaged readers. These are proven tactics that I still put into practice myself — and cost little more than time, hard work, and a bit of creativity.

Without further delay, let’s get into the best strategies on how to grow an audience for your blog in 2020.

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Five Super Easy Steps to Better Blogging

Be honest. Are you where you want to be as a blogger? Are your articles getting shared and discussed and linked to?

If your posts aren’t getting the traction you want, you might trick yourself into thinking you’re not a good enough blogger. But the truth is, anyone can follow a few simple steps to improve their posts.

Here’s a super-easy five-step plan to dramatically improve your blog post.

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From Zero to 5K: Strategy

To paraphrase Tony Robbins, if you feel that you are not earning enough money, and you want to make more, and so you ask for more, and someone hands you a dollar bill, do you have a reason to get upset?

So, do you have a strategy to getting from zero followers to five thousand?

And, no, hope is not a strategy.

Come on, tell me. Do you have a blogging schedule? Do you write and edit your blog posts in advance or frantically write and write and then just hit that publish button?

What are you actively doing to become a better blogger? What about better understanding your audience?

And what about the time and energy you invest in trying different strategies to grow your blog?

What? I can’t hear you.

If you aren’t doing any of those things, let me ask you this: how do you expect to hit a target you do not have?

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