Some habits to help you improve as a blog writer are as follows, but don’t quote me on this because it might vary for each writer.

Try to write a little something, almost everyday!

People like it when you are out there and writing; no matter what the subject is for the most part. You can also improve upon your own writing, by doing so more often. Your thoughts on subjects, and what you want to write about might become clearer as you go.

Interact with people!

If you are getting feedback on your posts, then interact with your readers in some way, shape, or form. Let them know that you see them watching and that you appreciate their support. People will truly flock to your blog when they see that they’re being acknowledged and not passed over!

Learn what people like and what they don’t like.

The world is huge, there are billions of people out there, and many are waiting to hear from you. However sometimes it is great to let them do the talking. Post some questions or blogs that truly try to get people involved and try to get their opinions on things, you might be surprised by how many people like to share; you might even be surprised by what people find interesting or not.

Don’t be afraid to try new things!

As with pretty much anything on the web, a blog is about experimenting, and people want to experience new things; so don’t be afraid to get out of your comfort zone and offer unique ideas and blogs for people to explore or interact with.

Thank you for reading!

Thank you for taking the time to read my answer. I hope you and anyone reading this enjoys what I have to say. I’m always happy to help and feel accomplished when I’ve helped even just one person. Take care and have a great day or night; depending on when you read this.

Don’t be afraid to comment and leave your own thoughts on how to improve as a blogger! I look forward to your feedback!!

10 thoughts on “What are some habits that might help you improve as a blog writer?

  1. As always your posts are so informative and well written! I am so glad I followed this blog and even more glad to have become a writer on it. Fantastic work, thank you for sharing.

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  2. Hello my dear! Thank you for this post. Actually i have a blog askzaib.com will you please see it and give me some ideas that what can i do to improve it? Another question is how can i get writers for my blog?

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    1. Hello there and thank you for taking the time to reply, and for asking for my advice. After breifly viewing your blog; there are a few things I would suggest, as a web designer myself.

      Perhaps you might go with something less plain for your theme, so that when people view your site; it pops out more and draws them in.

      Sometimes conversion happens in the first few seconds, and the first impressions are very important.

      Another suggestion is to add a place for people to follow the blog; I see you already have a place to subscribe, but that is different from actually following it. If you haven’t noticed; we have a button on our blog that allows people to follow us as well.

      You ask for writers on your blog, but you don’t have a place for them to register either. If you want writers, you need to allow them to register to your blog! You can’t get writers without letting them become members of some kind.

      I’d suggest letting new registers become authors and set their posts to approval; at the least their first post so they don’t spam your blog with useless stuff. This way you can choose what is posted and what is not.

      Lastly; post content that relates to people. No matter what your blog is really about, mix in some content people can relate to and make it a fun experience so people can keep returning and find more to enjoy!

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