After some thought and genuinely fun conversations with a girlfriend, it was decided that I don’t give enough glimpses into my world. No one really knows about my secret obsessions or my weekly nail shop experiences. Continue reading
Welcome back for another week of, “BECOME A BLOGGER MONDAYS”!!!
By now you’ve decided that blogging is for you and you have chosen which site is best for you as well. Ok, so now comes the FUN part! You get to write about ANYthing! When I first started writing I didn’t know exactly what I’d be sharing with the world, but I knew the message I wanted to get across. Here are some helpful tips on HOW to decide what to write about:
1. Know the reason WHY you want to blog.
For me, the reason was simple…I wanted to inspire others. Just tap into what motivates you and that’s the first step to your success.
2. Figure out what you want your end result to be.
Some people blog for their business, others want to make money on the side and some just do it for the fun of it all. So, whether you want to use your “stage” as a means to an end or to simply document an online journal, you must decipher what you ultimately want to see happen with your blog. Knowing this will allow you to further hone in on what you want to focus on.
3. Make it FUN!
When I say this, it’s more for you, rather than your readers. Of course, you want to captivate your audience, but if you don’t enjoy what you’re writing about then no one will.
4. Be diverse in your topics.
Starting out, you’re going to want to be consistent in your topics; this will help form your target audience. BUT! BUT! BUT! Every once in a while, it will be nice for your readers to see a different side of you, i.e. if you’re serious then make it funny, if you’re funny then maybe write about a more serious/personal topic. Diversity will help expand past your target audience! One thing that I do often is reach out to my readers. I ask them what they want to read about, I ask them their thoughts on my topics of discussion and most importantly, I open myself up for constructive criticism.