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Writing consistently for a blog is hard. At times, it can feel daunting. In fact, I struggled with coming up with words to write this morning. At times like this, a little structure can help.
Over the past year or so, I’ve started studying prolific, influential bloggers, and I’ve realized something: They all have a system and structure for blogging.
The other day, a friend asked me: Is blogging making a come-back?
Which began a conversation about whether or not blogging ever went away in the first place, which I don’t think it did.
Over the years, I’ve built over a dozen blogs, many of which were built the wrong way, unfortunately. Which required me to go back and start over.
Eventually, I learned that building a blog is a lot like building a house. Minus the fact that building a house is way more difficult and labor intensive and, oh yeah, super expensive.
I’m gonna cut to the chase: You need a blog. The world is changing and moving on without you, and it’s time you had a platform of your own to share your message. The best and easiest way to launch a self-hosted blog is with Wordpress.
There are over 60 million blogs on Wordpress, one of several platforms that helps you to publish online. This number, according to one source, represents only 43% of all blogs, making the total somewhere around 160 million blogs.
These blogs are viewed by an audience of over 400 million people each month — and that’s only one place people are connecting online. Incredible, isn’t it? You’d be hard pressed to argue there’s not a tremendous opportunity here. But are you taking advantage of it?
It’s never been easier to connect with an audience and get your message heard… but are you engaging in the conversation?