How To Blog More Often |By Caden738

The way to blog more often is simply to love doing it, and have a reason to do it. But how do you increase your love? And how do you increase your reasons? Because they are the Keys to blogging more often that we’re discussing in this article. We’re also going to talk about the BENEFITS of blogging more often. Enjoy.

How To Love Blogging

When I started blogging 2 things made me fall in love with it: Dreams, & Expressions.

The dream that I could become an influential writer. The dream that I could get more respect, and make my name one associated with smarts. And the dream that I could be Unique, and Successful. That I could make money with my blog, and I could live that dream.

The fact that I could express myself to the internet without borders. I could speak my mind, and my truth in my own area, where I could attract like minded others. It’s like therapy. However do pace yourself, and know that a sour person with a blog filled with Racial Slurs, and horrible comments will never succeed, and the people you attract will either be A. Horrible people, or B. People like that group Anonymous who will attack your site (And You), destroy it (And You), and ruin you life. And I’m on the side of Anonymous on that matter.

What’s your dream? How do you want to Express yourself? Do it. Love it. And someday you could even make a living off of it.

How To Increase Your Reasons

Well one reason to blog is to, yes, love doing it. Another could be to have a constant revenue stream that keeps you doing it.

Your reasons don’t have to be so close-minded however.

Do you want to:

  • Start a movement
  • Help people
  • Be famous


Just find one, and go with it. A reason will help push you that thousand miles.

The Benefits Of Frequent Posting

The main benefit is SEO. SEO is Site Engine Optimization. SEO is how Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, FireFox, or any smaller Search Engine Finds You. Posting more frequently increases your SEO, which then increases your views, which increases your profits. In short: Post more frequently for better SEO, Views, & Profits. Easy.

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18 thoughts on “How To Blog More Often |By Caden738

  1. For me my reason is not to be famous, but to make an impact. I need a sense of purpose in order to feel fulfilled, and being a student going after a second degree, being a wife, and being a mother isn’t cutting it for me. Deep down, I know I am capable of more. I know I have a knack for details and for editing. I know I can write to some extent and that my writing isn’t atrocious. I know I can do more. As much as I hate the word “influencer,” I hope to influence people in some kind of impactful way. I want to help people and have fun while doing it. ♥️

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    1. That’s one of the best reasons to blog. To be honest people that blog for fame are never good/consistent bloggers in the first place. They write 5 posts, then when they see that they don’t have thousands of likes, and followers they give up.

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      1. I noticed this among newbies too. They set such high expectations for themselves without putting in the work. My blog has been around since 2016 but I didn’t start taking it more seriously until recently. My best advice for new bloggers is to produce authentic content that can either help people or provide some kind of value to them. Anecdotes and journaling is fine, but what will the reader get out of it? What is the moral of the story here? What makes YOU different than everyone else? When everyone else is too busy trying to fit in, be the one who stands out.

        These are some important things to consider when writing a blog. I’m only just learning about this stuff now tbh. Better late than never! 😅

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      2. Well my point of view is very similar. Bloggers need to post authentic content that is either A) Entertaining, or B) Useful.

        The problem is that most new bloggers post Generic things that they think will go viral. They post things that you see everywhere, and that are far too common. The Blogosphere has been lacking Uniqueness is what I’m trying to say.

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      3. I totally get where you are coming from. I haven’t used Blogosphere but at the same time, I am not surprised that a lot of bloggers give up too soon. I hope that the newcomers can take the points you made and apply it to their own work. Very good article by the way. Have a good evening! 😊

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  2. Thanks for this post! I’ve only just started considering being more intentional with my blog – the reasons and love for it were always there, but I think I often get disheartened. Similar to Hilary, I want to be able to influence people to live stronger and more intentional lives; so this is a good reminder to keep at it simply because I love thinking and I love writing those thoughts where other people can partake of them!

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  3. Part of me writes to get things off my chest. Sometimes I write because I want other people to know that someone else may feel the same way that they do. There is something about relating to other people that make you feel less lost.

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