Whether you are just getting started in blogging or looking to improve your blogging skills, there are blogs for that! For all bloggers, it is important to stay up on trends and follow others for inspiration.
Below you will find our suggestions on which blogs to follow as a blogger. We hope this helps you along in your journey!
If you are looking for a blog that will help fine-tune your skills, Copyblogger is a great place to start. Their blog provides concepts to apply to your blogs or other marketing tools. Here you will also find training to help you become a better writer!
Problogger is an awesome tool to follow for helpful tips on ways to make money on your blog. If you are a beginner, you may find their tips on how to improve your content helpful.
If you are looking for freelance blogging opportunities, they have that too! This is a great source that can add value to any blog.
3. Spice Up Your Blog
Built on a community of fellow bloggers, Spice Up Your Blog is filled with tips on how to blog successfully. However, you define success. For beginners, this site will help you get your blog set up. Experienced bloggers will find ideas on how to optimize their blogs and get in touch with your audience. It has something for everyone.
4. The Blog Herald
The Blog Herald is a great spot for finding tips and guides to becoming a blogger. This blog provides guides on blogging, ideas to conduct interviews, specialized tips, and ideas for starting blogs in general. The Blog Herald is a good place to go once you are ready to get your blog started!
Our suggestion to bloggers just getting started: begin by following The Blog Herald to determine what your blog will be about. Head over to Copyblogger to get tips on how to be a better writer and improve your skills. Decide if you want to make money from your blog or become a freelance blogger by reading posts from Problogger. Once you get your blog up and running, jump onto Spice Up Your Blog to get ideas!
As a blogger, it is important to keep improving your skills and keeping your audience engaged! All of these blogs are great resources to continue following and reading frequently even after you’ve launched a blog. Subscribe to their blogs and use them as a resource to make your content and blog event better!
Until we meet again,