I have invested myself the last few weeks that I have began blogging. Everyday, all day long I am writing notes, reading from bigger blogs and signing up for every course offered even if I already know, why? Because I can always learn more. You never know it all, there’s always something you can learn.
In the last few weeks, every morning the first thing I do is check my stats. Go through my social media accounts, reply to any comments (which is never much at all), follow new followers back, like a few pictures and show love, and I start researching again.
One thing that I have learned if anything in the last few weeks is that supporting other bloggers, below or above you, is the most important thing you could do. Even if you’re pulling 10 million monthly views or 0 monthly views.
Support other fellow bloggers.
Even if they aren’t in your niche. Show love, read their content and show your love. Join those free courses they offer if it’s anything you’re interested in, even if you don’t need it, because there is always something to learn.
Follow accounts that interest you, connect with others and build friendships. Not to try and get your name out there, but to show support someone that was once or still is in your shoes.
We have all struggled, sometimes so hard that we wanted to give up.
We have all made mistakes, some that could make or break the whole deal.
I truly give kudos to all of you bloggers that provide free courses, your tips and strategies you done to get where you are, and everyone in between that decided to become a blogger.
It’s not the hardest job in the world, but it is very far from easy.
Maybe we get to do it from our home, with our children, whatever it may be, but unless you are a blogger, you don’t truly understand the amount of work, research, typing lessons, studying, and motivation it requires. There are so many steps to take on the road to success.
So to every blogger around the world, no matter your niche, thank you for the tips, the advice, the posts that help so many people, a lot more then you think.
And to the beginners, you can do it. You will succeed. You have what it takes.
Not many people can open up so easily. It’s hard to talk about personal things and put yourself out there, not knowing what the outcome will be.
Be the blogger that supports others.
Be the blogger that shares advice.
Be the blogger that believes in others.
We have all went through struggles, some harder than others, but none of us have it easy.
I know I am a parenting blogger, but I felt like I had to get this out there because I get into my feelings very deeply and I love to lift others up, because if it wasn’t for the people that lift me up, I don’t think I would be trying as hard as I am today.