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Blogging is instant publishing, and it’s an absolute blessing for writers once they get their head over what a blog really is, and the reason it’s a powerful writing tool.

In the first month of beginning a blog, every writer I’ve pestered to set up blogs has said: “I wish I’d started my blog years ago!”

Blogs are immensely powerful. If you’re not sure how to get started, use the steps I’ve provided for you in this post: Visit:-

1. Create a blog of a smaller size

The biggest obstacle that writers face when it comes to blogging is the fact that they have no idea where to begin. It is possible to spend months, even years, considering blogging. This won’t help. It is also not helpful to research blogging and platforms for blogging.

Be aware that you’re delaying because you’re scared and invest that nervous energy into blogging.

You can create a blog on any platform. One month from now or a week from now If you find you’ve made a mistake quit the blog and start another one. Professional bloggers have hundreds of blogs, for many purposes.

I’ve around 10 blogs about writing, as well as several other blogs I’ve started to cover topics in which I’m interested.

2. Blog each day

It’s easier to learn about blogging through doing it – even when you’re not certain if you’re doing it “right.” There’s no rulebook for blogging; a blog is your immediate publishing tool and you can use it however you want.

3. Find other bloggers

For ideas on how to blog, read other bloggers. Install a feed or RSS reader, and then create your own list of bloggers that blog in areas in which you’re interested.

If a blogger writes an interesting post, write about it, and share your thoughts. Blogs have been described as an “conversation”, and while I’m sure that’s true at times, not all blogs are conversations. If you’d like to turn off comments on the blog, do it. It’s always YOUR blog.

4. Create a Google Alert for your name

Now here’s where writers begin to recognize the immense potential of blogs. Create an Google “alert” for your name. You can set up alerts to be sent out daily by email.

Within a few months of starting, you’ll find that your name pops across the web.

5. Check out who’s following your blog

Create an account, a Google Analytics account, to know who’s reading your blog. Not only do you know who’s readingyour blog, but you can also look up the words they typed into a search engine to find a specific blog article.

It’s a lot of fun: you’ll be amazed by the people who are reading your blog posts editors, publishers, and even other clients you can attract in any other way.

6. Are you looking to draw attention to someone? Blog about them.

Let’s say you’re working on an novel. You believe Publisher X would be a good match for your novel.

Create a blog about Publisher X. Similar to the rest of us, Publisher X monitors the web to find out the people discussing them… as well so people from the Publisher X publicity and/ or marketing department might look over your blog. There’s a chance that you’ll get the request for a part (chapters and outline) of your novel.

Many bloggers have secured publishing contracts from their blogs. Others gain commissions and clients.

Blogs will open up new realms and possibilities for writers. If you’re not writing, you’re hindering your career. So start blogging: you will be amazed at how effective blogging is and how it can be to your career.

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