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Do Your Own Blogging Thinking Going Forward

by Ryan Biddulph
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Starting a blog is easy, but maintaining a blog is a real job, you can make blogging easier for you with tips.

Blogging can get pretty hard to work out but with total guidance, you can scale through.

That’s why I created this post to help you in your blogging journey.

Do your blogging thinking

Sometimes, the most difficult blogging journey you ever take is between your ears.

Successful blogging begins with a successful blogger frame of mind.

Cultivating this state of mind involves carefully, deliberately, and patiently thinking for yourself.

Professional bloggers may offer success-promoting blogging advice.

However, every pro blogger needs to think for themselves to become a pro blogger.

Independent, free thinkers assess whether or not specific blogging advice resonates with them.

Listen to pro bloggers for advice. But do your own thinking. Think for yourself based on the ideas offered to you by experienced pros.

Follow proven advice but do your own thinking to carve your own path.

Perhaps I teach you to create and connect generously. Blog. Be helpful. Podcast. Broadcast live.

Do all of these awesome things diligently. Cool. Then, add all of your flavor, your take, and your own style to your work.

For example, I include an image in all of my blog posts, per advice from pro bloggers I learned from, yet I put a neat twist on this advice.

Adding one of my travel images to all blog posts and to some guest posts makes me stand out from the crowd.

I did my own thinking. Ditto for the travel picture themed covers on my eBooks, me using travel photos I personally snapped from my globe-trotting experiences.

Do your own blogging thinking, even if it feels uncomfortable sometimes.

Stepping away from the crowd feels highly uncomfortable here and there because you feel vulnerable, like an outsider.

Been there. Blogged that. My advice? Keep thinking on your own. Do your own thinking.

Patiently and persistently, you will distance yourself from folks and the herd, accelerating your success stupid fast.

Think for yourself. Learn from pros like me. We set you straight but you need to add your own thinking, feeling, flavor, and flair to your work.

I regularly do things my way as I simply follow solid advice from seasoned pros.

No way would I deviate from creating and connecting fundamentals but goodness, following the basics with my personal twist allowed me to accelerate my blogging success quite quickly.

Blog your way. Follow proven advice from successful bloggers but step away from the blogging herd by intimately thinking through your blogging campaign.

What small, feint inner nudges goad you to do things a bit differently – or a bunch differently – from most other bloggers? Does the nudge feel playful? Do it.

Thinking through your blogging campaign gives you intuitive nudges, hunches, and the feeling in your gut to do fun, freeing, sometimes scary things, that allow you to stand out from the crowd.

Think. Never follow pro blogger advice blindly.

Think for yourself to see what to keep and what to let go after a professional blogger offers their advice.

Good things take time. I am patient. But I also learned how stepping away from the herd while remaining true to a few basic, power fundamentals, gives me the juice to keep expanding my blogging business.

Doing your own thinking helps you to feel, act, and succeed quite unlike fellow bloggers.

For example, during certain patterns, I noted almost all travel bloggers blog on the same or similar topics, each following the other without giving much thought to why they follow one another.

While most travel bloggers zig, I zag, stepping away from the travel blogging herd and becoming more successful as I gain more exposure than the masses of travel bloggers.

Imagine if during a period of little or no international travel – say, during a global sickness – most travel bloggers post about virtual trips, planning for travel, and acting like travel was years away.

I move in the opposite direction, acting like someone who knows change is imminent, blogging as I always blog.

Doing so helps me drive more traffic and make more money but also positions me to hit the travel ground running when travel does begin again, down the road.

Simply move away from the herd to get successful results attained by few bloggers. 

Think about your journey through. Think for yourself. Learn from pros. But never follow pro bloggers, lockstep.

Respect their experience. Revere their wisdom. But think for yourself. Take your time to do things your way as you patiently, persistently, and generously follow top blogger fundamentals.

eBook

Do you need to do your own thinking, blogging-wise? You may need to address common new blogger errors in order to begin to do your own thinking.

I made a few blogging boos during my newbie blogger days.

I want to help you avoid these big-time errors. How? Buy my eBook to correct big-time new blogger mistakes you may be making:

10 Disastrous Mistakes Newbie Bloggers Make and How to Fix Them


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