Blogger Spotlight: Blogging 101 Advice

One of the most wonderful things I’ve come to love about the blogging world is how everyone shares about their experiences and growing pains so that others may learn from it. No matter how long you’ve been blogging, there’s always something else to learn, or some trick or tip that can help you out.

That’s why I’ve been sharing my blogging advice, and why I am so excited to share some of the bloggers who have inspired me!

The bloggers of today’s spotlight have all hit on the subject: Blogging 101. They’ve come to my rescue before, and continue to offer so much blogging knowledge and inspiration. If you haven’t met them, I’m pleased to introduce….

New Lune

I think as a blogger, we all want to write great quality blog posts. It doesn’t matter what the topic of your blog post is nor what niche your blog is but sometimes, this can be a bit of a struggle. For example, you might not know what to write or can’t brainstorm any blog post ideas which would result in lack of blog posts and traffic on your blog.

Think about it. If your audience don’t find your blog posts helpful, informative or interesting then you won’t get any views nor followers on your blog! In today’s post, I’m going to share with you some tips & tricks to write killer content on your blog and get noticed! Read more…

The Art of Blogging

I do believe though that blogging is way more difficult than it seems. As a matter of fact, I think blogging is one of those things that seem so easy, so effortless…

But the more you learn about blogging, the more you realize that getting it right is no easy feat, and that you are making a lot of mistakes that you weren’t even aware of before becoming a blogger…

But luckily for you, this post is not only going to tell you what they are, but also how to fix them. Read more…

Naija Book Bae

Consistently putting out blogging content can be very hard or easy depending on if you’ve figured out your niche(s), what works for you and your schedule. But you don’t have to worry about figuring out your niche since this is a guide for Literary Blogging. Which means your niche mainly deals with the literary world and the fact that there are thousands of people who have literary blogs, content creation couldn’t be easier.

In today’s post, I’ll be listing and explaining various kinds of subjects (lol at my use of that word) literary bloggers can create content on to post about. Read more…

Unputdownable Books

Don’t Give in to Peer Pressure.

You’ve probably heard this as a teen quite a lot, but I think it applies to all stages of life equally. Don’t feel obligated to read YA just because you think your blog will have better chances of success if you do. Don’t request books you don’t care about just because everyone else is talking about it. Don’t give up on writing book reviews just because everyone says they don’t get good traffic. Always be true to yourself and only do things out of your interest. I guarantee this will make not only blogging less of a chore but also have a positive impact on your life. The most important thing to keep in mind is that you should blog and read only as long as you’re having fun with it. Read more…

The Uncorked Librarian

Blogging about books is both fun and rewarding. Learn how to start a book blog with this book blogging for beginners tutorial, including creating your own domain and receiving free books.  Discover how to write a review, market your book blog on social media, and earn a little extra income, too. Read more… 

Now it’s your turn- let me know if you have more suggestions for me, and drop your links if you, too, have Blogging 101 resources!

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2 replies

  1. Thank you so much for mentioning my blog post! I really appreciate it ❤️

  2. Hi! I have recently written a post on a very similar subject. It would be great if you would check it out and leave a feedback. 🙂

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