I’m a blogger.
I’ve been one for two years, working on my skills and learning new ones.
The last few years I’ve learned to do more with less.
But the days of having a big blog and posting about it are over.
I’m ready to take on a more hands-on role.
So how do I get started?
I decided to start by learning a new skill: blogging.
I’m going to use the terms “blogging” and “blogger” interchangeably because, to me, blogging is the process of creating content that gets shared.
The content I’ll write is going to be a mix of news, opinion, and entertainment.
I want to create content that I can share with my readers, and I want it to be quick and easy to digest.
So, for me, “bloging” means blogging with content that is easy to consume, and it’s meant to be easy for readers to share.
I also want my content to be interesting and entertaining.
In the future, I plan to write regular posts that will include a roundup of my most recent articles and a quick-hit rundown of topics that interest me most.
But first, I’ll make some adjustments.
First, I need to make sure my posts are actually written by me.
If they’re not, I can’t share them.
I can only share content that’s written by others.
And if I’m not using any of my professional services, my content is always going to have a professional-looking title.
I have to make this clear to readers and subscribers that they’re signing up to my blog and are paying for it.
I’ll also make sure that the titles and descriptions on my posts match the subject matter.
So the title should read, “I blog about my blog, and every other thing that comes my way.”
I can make changes to the title, and then add a few comments and links that tell readers what’s new in the blog post.
Then I’ll post the new title on my blog every day, and let my readers know what I’ve added.
Then, when the next day comes around, I want them to know that I’ve posted new content.
I hope my readers and readers of my blog understand that my posts should be easy to understand, easy to read, and easy on the eyes.
I’ll continue to refine my content as I go.
Next, I’ve decided to make my posts look more professional.
I like to think of it as a blog, but it’s also an audience-building exercise for me.
I don’t want to have my posts written by an average Joe blogger.
If you are an average blogger, you’ll see a lot of posts that are very, very repetitive.
I’d like to create a blog with a different feel and a different look.
So I’ll add a little more structure to my posts.
I won’t post a lot, but I’ll try to put a few more posts in a week.
Finally, I’m starting to write some articles about a topic that interests me.
My next posts will be about a particular industry or subject matter, and that’s something I’m looking forward to.
I plan on posting a lot.
I’m going on a bit of a break for the next two weeks, so I’ll be back soon to share more information about my plans for the future.