10 Blogging Saviors Every Newbie Needs To Know About

Are you new to the world of blogging? Whetxher you’re yet to get started or you’ve been on your blogging journey for a few months, it’s good to know all about the key resources that are going to make blogging easy. Now, it’s important to know that blogging really doesn’t have to be difficult. It definitely involves a lot of different skills and it’s not always easy to work out when you begin, but it’s still a lot of fun. If you’re overwhelmed with everything that you need to do, then you’ve come to the right place. Right now, the techie side of things may be confusing you. Even the amount of work and writing that you think you need to be doing can be overwhelming. However, when you strip it all back, it’s very easy to manage. You just need to know the right tricks and tactics.

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Because that’s the thing about blogging. When you’re able to uncover a few secrets that industry insiders use, then you should find that you’ll finally believe blogging is a breeze. Rather than learn the hard way or totally give up because you have no idea what you’re doing, it’s best to find out the most efficient, fun, and exciting ways of doing things. That way, you can get set up properly from the start and just enjoy the journey for what it is.

So if you’re ready to get to grips with the world of blogging, here are the ten different saviors that you need to know about as a newbie.

  1. Decide On Your Niche

Sometimes, when you just want to get started, you will find yourself writing about anything and everything. But it’s often best to have a clearly defined niche from the start. Whether this is about one topic in particular, you a few things that group together (like lifestyle), it doesn’t really matter. You just need to know what kind of things you’re writing about, and who you think will be reading your content. This helps you to be a bit more organized and put together with your content going forward.

  1. Choose A Hosting Plan

Next up, you’re going to want to make sure that you opt for a hosted website. It is okay to start a free blog, but anyone will tell you that it’s easy to go hosted from the start. If you plan to do this in the long-term, it’s definitely better to make sure that you have full control over your site and content. And that’s what hosting lets you do.

  1. Buy A Personal Domain Name

Now, to look progressional, you’ll want a personalized domain name. This helps you with branding, but also SEO too. So take a look into affordable registrars and search some ideas. Ideally, you’ll want to buy your blog name. So maybe do this step at the same time as choosing your blog’s name.

  1. Pre-Load Your Content

As you’re doing this, it’s also a good idea to start writing your content. This can be super helpful if you’re someone that wants to blog professionally – ether for your business or as a business venture itself. Because if you can launch with a load of content already, then you’re going to be able to be ahead of the game, have content to share, and get a jump start on the final point too.

  1. Stick To A Content Calendar

It’s true that blogging can sometimes seem like a lot of work. If you want to make sure that you’re making things easier on yourself. You need to be organized. This is where a content calendar can come in. By thinking ahead about what you’re going to write and share, you’ll feel less stressed out.

  1. Use Analytics

Next, you’re going to want to make sure that you use analytics tools. Whether they’re on your site, with Google, or other platforms, they can really help you to make decisions. You’ll see what kind of content is popular, and this can inspire you to write more of what your audience will actually want.

  1. Use Social Tools

Another kind of tool that you’re going to want to use is for social media. You know that you should be sharing your content on social media, but it can seem like a lot of work. That’s why you’re going to want to turn to the key social media marketing tools for smart automation that not only bloggers but businesses use too. This will help to make your promotional schedule easier.

  1. Hire A VA

This may not be something that you want to do right at the start, but it’s definitely an idea to help you stay organized and get things done. Hiring a freelance contractor or a virtual assistant can speed up some of the work for you. If you want someone to do all of your social promotion, your research, or even write for you, this is going to be a great option to help you out.

  1. Automate As Much As You Can

Next up, where you can’t always delegate, you are going to want to automate as much as you can. Because automate and delegate is a huge strategy to focus on for blogging growth. It’s not only going to free up your time, but it will make everything seem simpler to manage too. Now, we’re already mentioned social scheduling before, but you should also think about scheduling your posts or content so that you have less to do in real time.

  1. Start Monetizing Early

And finally, one of the best blogging saviors that any blogger will tell you, is to start monetizing your content as early as you can. This not only allows you to try and make money early and learn what works for you, but it’s also authentic. Your audience will only ever know your blog as being monetized, so you won’t always get that standoffishness when you do start to add in advertising or sponsorships.

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Julian Caldwell

Julian Caldwell

Julian Ivey-Caldwell founded GetConnectDAD with one simple goal: Connect more families to their kids. Julian works a day job and spends his evenings (after the family retires) continuing to grow this platform. Because he travels a great deal for his “day job,” he is intensely focused on trying to find better ways for fathers and mothers who work long hours, different hours, or unusual hours find better ways to be engaged.

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