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BLOGGER TIPS



Your email subscribers want to feel like they're the only person on your list. They want to feel like you have gone above and beyond to create personalized content to make them feel like they’re the best thing that’s happened to you since the creation of cookie dough ice cream. 

And you making them feel this special is what will make sure that they’re dying to read your emails week in and week out. 


  • Create blog posts that serve your larger company goals.

  • Write like you talk.

  • Show your personality; don't tell it.

  • Make your point again and again.

  • Start with a very specific working title.

  • Use a specific post type, create an outline, and use headers.

So, how can you go about making sure you’re giving your audience the full profitable package as if they were your one and only [subscriber]? 


  • Motivation and inspiration

  • Don't give up. Bloggers who stick with it ultimately win.

  • Write as often as possible.

  • Constantly capture ideas and turn them into posts. ...

  • Expect critics. A few people hating you is a sign you're doing something right. ...

  • Find ways to regularly get inspired. ...

  • Realize you can only create or react.


Top Tips from Blogging Experts for Beginners


  • Get ideas from your audience.

  • Understand your audience.

  • Write for yourself first.

  • Build your email list.

  • Love your existing readers.

  • Focus on building an amazing call-to-action.

  • Be consistent.

  • Give away your knowledge.


How long should a blog post be 2019?


The result of this research concludes that the ideal blog post length is 1,200+ words. Medium had reported in 2018 that the ideal length of a blog post is 7 minutes or 1,600 words. In short, the ideal blog length depends on your situation.

And if you want even more awesome blogging tips to help you create the blog + business of your dreams then head to www.LaShandaGary.com

Happy Blogging! 


LaShanda Gary