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Three Blogging Lessons

Since starting this blog about five months ago, I have learned quite a bit. Not only have I done this through my own experiences, but my readers have also taught me quite a bit as well. Hopefully, as the next few months go by I will learn even more. After all, the more knowledge you have the more comfortable you will feel with your blog.

Here are three blogging lessons that stick with me day in and day out.

1. Take an original angle on every post that you write. There are not a lot of topics that have yet to be discussed. But with that being said, you can add your own angle to give the material a unique perspective. Remember, your readers like your blog for a reason. They enjoy your content, and your writing style. Give them what they want with each post.

2. Do whatever it takes to help your readers out. For me, I have always made it known that I am more than happy to talk with readers via blog comments, email, or even phone. By showing your readers that you care, they will be more likely to visit your blog time and time again. Plus, by staying in touch with your readers you can help them to reach their goals; whatever they may be.

3. Have an idea on what direction you want to take your blog. Even though starting a blog is a quick and simple process, you need to know what you want to accomplish in the future. Do you want to make money with your blog? Are you writing for fun? Do you want to turn your blog into a bigger business? No matter what, have an idea of how you want to expand.

These three lessons will help you to become a better blogger now, and as your blog grows in the future.

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