A First Personal Blog Post Example for Beginner Bloggers (2022)

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Back in 2009, with fingers shaking, I hit publish on my very first blog post. I was fearful of what people would think. Would I get a negative comment? That left me with many questions.

Would anyone find what I had to say valuable? Was I just contributing to the noise online? Did my message matter?

Maybe you have some of those same fears and doubts. If so, you’re in the right place. I have a simple template you can use. Follow these four simple steps and launch your blog to the world.

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First Personal Blog Post Example (A Proven Template for Beginners)

Before we get into the 4-step template, we need to answer two important questions first:

  • Question 1. What tool will I use to start writing my blog posts?
  • Question 2. How can I come up with a good idea to make a great post?

Where to Write Your Blog Posts

So, let’s talk about some blog writing tools you can use. It doesn’t matter where you write your blog posts as long as you have a simple repeatable process to follow. Here are six of my favorite writing tools.

1. Directly in WordPress

If your blog is powered by WordPress, you can always write your blog articles there. It keeps things easy and less complicated for you. Regardless of which writing tool you use, you’re going to need to eventually copy it into WordPress. Since you are just getting started, WordPress might be the best tool to begin with.

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2. Google Docs

The nice thing about writing in Google Docs is that you have another place where your content is stored. That way if you ever lost your work, you have a backup. I also like to use Google Docs because it makes it easy to collaborate with others.

Google Docs is a great writing tool if you want to use add-on tools to make your writing easier. For example, I personally like to use two add-ons. The first one is Grammarly, which will check your grammar and spelling as you write. Even though I have an editor that combs over every blog post, it’s nice to have a built-in grammar checker as you write your draft post.

The second add-on is the SEMrush SEO Writing Assistant.

While outside the scope of this post, learning SEO (search engine optimization) is a great skill to learn as a blogger. It can give you a competitive edge over your competition. SEMrush’s add-on offers keyword suggestions I might want to include in my article to get more search engine traffic.

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3. CoSchedule

I’ve been a fan of CoSchedule for a few years now. I even wrote a blog post review on my experience with it. Basically, it’s an all-in-one calendar for content, social media, email marketing, and more.

It can be a bit expensive for bloggers just starting out, but if you want to manage all of your projects in one place, it’s a great tool.

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4. Kajabi

Have you heard of Kajabi? It’s not just a blog writing tool but has many other powerful functions to support your blog business. I primarily use Kajabi to host all of my online courses, membership site, landing pages, and online store. If you want to sell digital products and build a blog, you can do both with Kajabi.

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Kajabi would replace your monthly hosting cost and WordPress. Blogging on Kajabi is straight forward. As you can tell from the image below, you have a title and body section. Create your headline, write your blog entry, and hit publish.

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5. Microsoft Word

This is the tool of choice for many bloggers when starting out. Most people are familiar with Word since it was the tool they used to write their papers in school. One word of warning: be careful about using copy and paste into WordPress. Sometimes the formatting doesn’t transfer correctly. Always paste your text into the text side (or HTML side) and not on the visual editor.

6. Evernote

Another popular writing tool is Evernote. The benefits of Evernote are two-fold. First, you can access it online and offline. If you are flying on a plane, you can work on your blog post even without internet access. Later, your document will automatically sync with the cloud.

Secondly, you can easily share it with others. Similar to Google Drive, you can share a link to your note or notebook in Evernote and collaborate together.

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Remember this. Writing your post can happen anywhere. You can start with one of the six tools mentioned above, or go with your own. It comes down to personal preference. Whatever tool helps you be consistent with your writing is what matters most.

Blog Post Ideas for Beginners

Maybe your challenge is not where to do your writing, but what to blog about. Regularly coming up with blog post topics doesn’t have to be difficult. I believe your first blog post ideas should come from a place of passion.

Set a timer for five minutes. Write out as many answers as you can think of to the following series of questions:

  • Why am I starting this blog in the first place?
  • Who do I most want to help?
  • What lessons from my own life can I share with others?
  • What are the top three to five things someone should know in my niche in order to be successful?
  • How will this blog help others?

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The 4-Step Blog Post Template for Your First Blog Entry

After working with thousands of new bloggers, I’ve created a simple 4-step template to help you write your first blog post fast. Those four steps are:

  • Step 1. Create a catchy headline
  • Step 2. Write the outline before you start writing
  • Step 3: Edit your blog post draft
  • Step 4: Promote your blog post to the world

Step 1. Create a Catchy Headline

Post titles are super important for any blogger. Treat them like newspaper headlines. A headline on a newspaper makes or breaks the sale of that paper. Your headline should be catchy, interesting, and leave just a bit of curiosity.

When it comes to deciding on a headline, choose one of the following three strategies:

  • The magic of list posts
  • The power of “how-to” posts
  • The blog announcement post

The magic of list posts. It’s been proven over time that we love lists. We want to know not only what’s on the list but what didn’t get included. We click on the headline because we know the article is scannable and we can see what is included in the list.

Here are a few examples you can use to create your own headline:

  • 5 Quick Tips for __________
  • 10 Things You Should Never Do When _________
  • 5 Ways to __________ (without being pushy)
  • 5 great things to do with __________
  • 7 ways to be a ________ ninja
  • 10 Reasons Not to _____
  • 7 _____ Danger Signs
  • 7 things _____ Should Never Do
  • 21 Secrets the _____ Experts Don’t Want You to Know
  • 10 ______ Facts You Need to Know

The power of “how-to” posts. Another strategy that will give you tons of blog post ideas is to cover the most important “how-tos” in your niche. Readers love practical posts that lead them to action. It feels like time well spent if I can take concrete action on something I just learned.

A few examples might be:

  • How to recover from a _____________
  • How NOT to get ____________
  • How to Get _____ in Half the Time
  • How to Beat the Fear of _____
  • How _________ Will Save You Time, Money, and Stress
  • How to clean ____________
  • How to maintain _____________
  • How to take care of _____________
  • How to repair the __________________

The blog announcement post. The last strategy I want to share with you is a post you would typically only write once. This post will be a foundational article you will refer back to for years to come.

The two early strategies (list posts and how-to posts) are the formats I use 90% of the time week in and week out. You’re welcome to start with one of them to get your first post published if you would like.

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The blog post announcement post is easy enough to write because it doesn’t require much guesswork. In a moment, I will share with you a simple writing outline you can use.

As far as a headline, go with something like: “How (name of your blog) Will Help You (insert the goal, promise or purpose of your blog).”

If you are still at a loss of how to create a catchy headline, then consider using the headline analyzer tool from CoSchedule. This tool will analyze your headline and give you a score. Don’t worry about trying to score a 100 on your headline. I usually try to get at least a 70.

Step 2. Write the Outline Before You Start Writing

Many aspiring bloggers are excited until it’s time to sit down and write. Why does it feel like all of my energy and creativity gets sucked about when it’s time to write?

See Post: 4 Proven Ways of How to Start a Blog Post

Other bloggers say they just want for inspiration to strike before they sit down to write. If that was true for me, I’d be waiting a long time.

Don’t wait till you feel like writing. Most writers I know don’t like writing, they like having written. There’s a big difference. Never forget the words of Harvard psychologist Jerome Bruner who said:

“You’re more likely to act yourself into a feeling than feel yourself into action.”

If you’ve successfully accomplished the last step of deciding on a headline, it makes writing much easier. The headline creates the outline for you. Once you’ve nailed down the outline, all that’s left is to fill in the text.

Let’s look at how to create an outline from each of our three examples above.

Create an outline for your list post. If you’ve chosen a list post headline, then you must first decide how many make your list. You can do as few as three or as many as 101. It really comes down to the purpose of the post.

I usually start by opening up my writing tool of choice and brainstorming as many examples as I can think of. Once I’ve created the list, I have my number and I have my outline.

Create an outline for your how-to post. If you decided to go with a how-to post, then the process will be slightly different. First, start with a beginner’s mind. It’s easy to skip a few steps because you think they are assumed.

We all have the curse of knowledge. We simply forget what it’s like to be a beginner.

When outlining a how-to post, you want to think in terms of steps. What’s the very first step I should take? Once I complete that step, what’s next? Repeat the same process until all of the steps are out of your head and on paper (or screen).

Now, you may end up combining steps and that’s okay. A how-to post will have a minimum of three steps. The maximum number of steps depends on the topic you have chosen.

Create an outline for your blog announcement post. If you chose option number three, then there is a specific format you should follow.

WARNING: Be careful not to make your first blog post about you.

Yes, you will be introducing yourself and maybe even sharing your story. But never forget that your blog is for others. You want to help, serve, or inspire.

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The good news is that I already have an outline you should follow. The body of your blog post will include these subheadlines:

  • State the goal of your blog
  • How this blog will help
  • Who you are

The opening of your blog post should state the goal of your blog. Why are you starting this blog in the first place? Is there a mission or cause behind your desire to start this blog?

Next, talk about how your blog will help the reader. What are some of the specific ways you plan to help others? Will you be publishing a weekly blog post? Will you launch a podcast? Will your blog include videos?

Finally, fully introduce you and your story. Always remember that you are not the hero of the blog. Your target audience is the hero. You are just the guide. Because of that, we don’t lead by touting our credentials or why we are qualified to help.

Still, people will want to know who is behind the blog so feel free to share your story. But lead with serving and helping first.

Once your outline is ready, just focus on writing a paragraph or two for each point in your outline. Once you do, you have a rough draft ready to go. Now, it’s time to edit.

Step 3. Edit Your Blog Post Draft

Blogging is a different way of writing than when you were in English class. It’s more conversational for starters. Also, we break a few of the rules along the way.

Follow this list of basic guidelines and you’ll be a pro in no time:

  • Use bullets – My number one tip is to break up your content to make it easy to consume on the computer or mobile device.
  • Subheadings – We already covered this in the outline section, but add lots of subheadings
  • Short sentences – Keep your sentences short. Enough said.
  • Short paragraphs – Notice how many of the paragraphs in this blog post are two or three sentences, max. Make your content easy to scan.
  • Relevant Images – Add images to your post to make it more engaging
  • Look for grammar errors – I like to use Grammarly to help me with my grammatical construction.
  • Add a call to action – Add ways for readers to join your email list sprinkled throughout your blog posts.
  • Publish your post – Get your blog post out to the world! Don’t worry about mistakes! You can always come back and fix them later.

Step 4. Promote Your Blog Post to the World

Once your post is live, it’s time to share your post with the world. I know this can be a scary feeling when first starting out.

My best tip is to not focus on yourself, but focus on how your blog will help others.

An ideal place to start is social media. What social media accounts are you already using? Share your blog post there first. Remember, you can do it in a non-pushy way.

If you’re not sure what to write, a have a sample script below you can use:

“Hey friends, I’ve decided to start a blog with the goal of helping others. I’ve just published my first post!

It would mean the world to me if you would click the link, read this post, and then come back here and share your thoughts with me. Thanks!”

Now, you don’t want to hit up your social media newsfeed daily to push people over to your blog post. We want to be helpful, not annoying.

You can also enlist some friends to help get the word out. Come up with a list of 10-20 friends who you would consider to be supportive. Be sure this list includes friends and not just acquaintances. Otherwise, this exercise will not work.

Send them a message on Facebook Messenger. Let them know you recently launched a blog and it would mean the world to you if they would share it on social media.

To make this easy for them, you’ve already typed up a script they can post. It goes like this:

“Hey, guys! My friend Sally, just launched a blog designed to help overwhelmed moms claim back control of their lives. You should check it out here: LINK”

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The point of all of this is to get referral traffic to your site. They have friends you don’t have. They can reach people you cannot reach.

Blog Post Examples

Congrats on getting your first blog post published! Would it be helpful to see a few examples? Let’s take a look at a few first blog post examples.

Example #1: CPA Career Coach

My first blog was launched in 2009 and it was designed to help accounting and finance professionals find meaning in their work. My first post had three parts.

Part 1. An Opening Story

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Part 2. The List Post Outline (4 Major Points)

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Part 3. How This Blog Will Help You & Who I Am

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Let’s take a look at one more example.

Example #2: Personal Branding Blog

A few years later, I launched JonathanMilligan.com. The goal of the new blog was to help people discover their purpose and be more productive. Here’s the outline I used:

Part 1. Who This Blog is For

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Part 2. How This Blog Will Help You

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Part 3. Who I Am

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There you have it! You should now be well on your way to blogging your passion and sharing your message with the world. You got this!

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What should a beginner write on a blog? ›

Blogging tips for beginners
  • Choose a blog niche.
  • Research your audience.
  • Draw inspiration online.
  • Learn what people are searching for.
  • Use keywords strategically.
  • Structure your blog by category.
  • Create an editorial calendar.
  • Start with an outline.
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How do you introduce yourself in a first blog? ›

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  1. Communicate Your Value Proposition.
  2. Curate Your Hero Section.
  3. Tell a Compelling Story.
  4. Use Your About Page to Sell Yourself.
  5. Nail Your Calls-to-Action.
  6. Use Smart Design & Layout.
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What is an example of a blog post? ›

Examples of blog posts include beauty product recommendations, travel and vacation trip reviews, and personal blog posts.

How do I start a blog with no experience? ›

How to Become a Blogger in 5 Simple Steps
  1. Choose your blog name and get your blog hosting.
  2. Start your blog by adding WordPress.
  3. Pick a simple theme to make your blog your own.
  4. Add two key blogging plugins to find your readers and track stats.
  5. Write compelling content to create a blog that your readers love.
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Can I start a blog about myself? ›

If you want to write a blog about yourself, go for it. Nothing is off limits, but remember, you are opening your life for others to learn about.

How can I introduce myself easily? ›

You can use the below phrases to introduce yourself:
  1. I don't think we've met (before).
  2. I think we've already met.
  3. My name is ...
  4. I'm ...
  5. Nice to meet you; I'm ...
  6. Pleased to meet you; I'm ...
  7. Let me introduce myself; I'm ...
  8. I'd like to introduce myself; I'm ...
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What is a cool way to introduce yourself? ›

20 Creative Ways to Introduce Yourself
  1. “I'm shy, please come say hi.” ...
  2. A name is worth a thousand conversations. ...
  3. Highlight something that makes you unique. ...
  4. Start with a pop culture reference. ...
  5. Confess your nickname. ...
  6. Let the way you dress reflect who you are. ...
  7. 7. Make a T-shirt. ...
  8. 8. Make a “business” card.
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How can I introduce myself perfectly? ›

If you are not sure what to share, your name and job title is a great place to start. If there's an opportunity to elaborate, you can also share other details such as a current project, your expertise, or your geographical location.

How can I make my personal blog interesting? ›

Tips To Make Your Blog More Appealing
  1. Focus Your Topic. Image via Unsplash by @glenncarstenpeters. ...
  2. Use Headers. When you have a lot of text on your blog it is very easy for readers to get overwhelmed and give up. ...
  3. Develop a Content Flow. ...
  4. Create List Posts. ...
  5. Use Images. ...
  6. Improve SEO. ...
  7. Use Attractive Headlines. ...
  8. Find Your Voice.
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Are personal blogs successful? ›

Blogs are super-effective for a couple of reasons. Chief among them, is that 77% of internet users read blogs, so your potential audience is already out there. Moreover, creating a personal WordPress blog isn't hard to do, so why not give it a shot?

Do personal blogs do well? ›

Naturally, there is a very high correlation between time, effort, and money. Most bloggers quit within the first year. However, if you were to stick with it, money is there. If you are willing to post solid, strategic content 3 times a week without fail, then in year one you can make anywhere from $1,000 – $10,000.

Do beginner bloggers make money? ›

It depends on several factors such as your niche, the authority your website has, the amount of traffic you get and so on. At an average, you can expect to earn $50 and more per banner ad depending on the size. If you're getting huge traffic, you can even charge $500 to $2000 per month for selling banner ads.

Can you start a blog if you can't write? ›

You don't have to be an amazing writer to be a successful blogger. You just need to learn some simple tricks and dedicate yourself to the process. The difference between every great writer and the mediocre one isn't grammar or innate talent; it's hard work.

What is the easiest blog to use? ›

Wix is a great platform for bloggers who want a simple, easy-to-use platform with drag-and-drop functionality. It's perfect for beginners, and you can create a website or blog for free with Wix.com. There are also many paid plans available if you want to add more features to your website.

What are 3 things you should not include on your About Me page? ›

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  • Mistake #1 To Avoid With On 'About Me' Page: Not Having It. ...
  • Mistake #2 To Avoid On Your 'About Me' Page: Too Much Emphasis On You. ...
  • Mistake #3 To Avoid On Your 'About Me' Page: No Personality. ...
  • Mistake #4 To Avoid On Your 'About Me' Page: There's No Story.
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What should I write about me example? ›

I am outgoing, dedicated, and open-minded. I get across to people and adjust to changes with ease. I believe that a person should work on developing their professional skills and learning new things all the time. Currently, I am looking for new career opportunities my current job position cannot provide.

What should I write about me? ›

A simple bio with concrete facts goes a long way. Tell us who you are, where you're from (if it matters to you), where you live, and what you do. And if you have a photo or video of yourself you want to share, make a note to include that. Share your experience.

How do you introduce yourself in a unique example? ›

Here are some examples:
  1. Morning! I don't think we've met before, I'm Aryan.
  2. Hey there! I'm Surya. I'm new—I just moved to the building a couple of days ago. ...
  3. Hi Amy. I heard it's your first day so I thought I could reach out and introduce myself. We haven't officially met but I'll be working with you on this project.
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How can I introduce myself more confidently? ›

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  1. Remember These Phrases to Break the Ice.
  2. Prepare Basic Answers About Yourself.
  3. Ask Follow-up Questions to Spark a Conversation.
  4. Ask Even More Questions to Keep the Conversation Going.
  5. Have an Exit Plan.
  6. Smile and Be Confident!
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How do you introduce yourself in 30 seconds? ›

A 30-second introduction shares highlights about your interests, experience, strengths, accomplishments, and goals! Be sure to tailor your introduction to the industry or person you are speaking with. A well crafted introduction will make a strong first impression.

How do you introduce yourself without being awkward? ›

Here's how to introduce yourself to someone new without feeling awkward at all.
  1. Offer a simple introduction. One thing that never fails is to smile and say, “Hi, I'm Ronnie. ...
  2. Challenge yourself. ...
  3. Ask a question. ...
  4. Ask for help with something. ...
  5. Use humor.
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How do you introduce yourself in 3 lines? ›

Try these lines to describe yourself if questions arise where you can utilize them.
  1. “I can keep my cool under pressure.”
  2. “I don't easily lose my temper.”
  3. “I'm good at multi-tasking.”
  4. “I enjoy meeting new people every day.”
  5. “I love making people's day.”
  6. “I believe customers are the most important part of any business.”
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What are 5 ways to introduce yourself? ›

  1. Stick to The Context. The essential thing to understand before introduce yourself is the context of the situation you are in. ...
  2. Talk about who you are and what you do. ...
  3. Make it relevant. ...
  4. Talk about your contribution. ...
  5. Go beyond what your title is. ...
  6. Dress the part. ...
  7. Prepare what you are going to say. ...
  8. Body language.
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How do you introduce yourself without saying my name is? ›

Here's how this works: I've recently joined (company) and would like to introduce myself. I have just started working at (company) as (job title) and wanted to introduce myself. I'm your new (insert role) at (company), and I want to introduce myself as we will be working closely together.

How do you write a good blog post in 15 minutes? ›

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  1. Keep a list of ideas. Most of the time spent “writing” is actually spent thinking of what to write about. ...
  2. Put those ideas in the context of your customers' pain points. ...
  3. Keep it short and sweet. ...
  4. Avoid quicksand.
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What makes a successful personal blog? ›

Successful bloggers choose a topic and stick to it. They write consistently about their chosen subject, and with a consistent voice and approach. Even when they write about something that seems to be off-topic, they relate it back to the niche they know their readers are interested in.

How often should I post on my personal blog? ›

Most experts agree that blogging two to four times per week is the best way to see increased traction from your content. This equates to somewhere around eleven to sixteen posts a month, depending on how set you are on the actual times per week you post new content.

How do I attract viewers to my blog? ›

20 Ways To Get Traffic and Promote Your Blog
  1. Write more. Studies show that the more often you update your blog, the more traffic it will receive. ...
  2. Promote with social media. ...
  3. Write better titles. ...
  4. Know your niche. ...
  5. Include photos. ...
  6. Incorporate keywords. ...
  7. Incorporate links. ...
  8. Add social sharing buttons.
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Can I monetize my personal blog? ›

Once you have a good amount of traffic to your site, you can also monetize your personal blog by offering link placements. What is this? Over time as your site grows, and you accumulate more links, your blog will grow in authority, which will make it more desirable to guest posters.

Can I earn money from my personal blog? ›

Earn a living by creating a blog

Writing a blog isn't just a hobby; it's also a way to make money and live on your own terms. As you've seen, there are a multitude of ways to turn your website traffic into cash. Follow these tips to grow your audience, build your reputation and make your content profitable.

What type of blogs get the most views? ›

Here are the most successful blogging categories.
  1. Food blogs. Food is one of the most popular blog categories. ...
  2. Travel blogs. Traveling is popular with most demographics, especially retired people. ...
  3. Health and fitness blogs. ...
  4. Lifestyle blogs. ...
  5. Fashion and beauty blogs. ...
  6. DIY craft blogs. ...
  7. Parenting blogs. ...
  8. Business blogs.

What should you not do when blogging? ›

The Don'ts of Blogging
  1. Don't: Ramble with run-on sentences that just keep on dragging or lengthy texts.
  2. Don't: Try to cover too many topics at once. ...
  3. Don't: Use profanity or unprofessional language.
  4. Don't: Use other people's stuff without permission and credit.

What should you not do in a blog? ›

  • Lie to yourself.
  • Say “I can't” to everything that looks difficult.
  • Have zero goals to aspire to.
  • Depend on other people for constant love, attention, or entertainment.
  • Obsess about other people's things or words.
  • Dwell on your mistakes.
  • Spend what you don't have.
  • Assume that your current job will last a long time.
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How much do beginner bloggers make per post? ›

More Traffic = More Revenue

It's not unrealistic to make between $0.01 – $0.25 per page view in many blogging niches through display and affiliate ads. So if you get 1,000 pageviews a month (very very easy), you can make between $10-$25 per month, which will cover the cost of running the blog.

How would you describe yourself in a blog? ›

What should a basic About page include?
  • A picture of yourself. Including a picture helps your readers connect with you on a more personal level.
  • An overview of what your blog is about. ...
  • Contact information. ...
  • Interesting information. ...
  • Your goals. ...
  • Whether you're interested in being contacted by PR or marketing people.

What are 5 words to describe yourself example? ›

Best Words to Describe Yourself:
  • Adaptable.
  • Adept.
  • Adventurous.
  • Affectionate.
  • Ambitious.
  • Artistic.
  • Assertive.
  • Attentive.
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What are 3 things to describe yourself? ›

Positive Words to Describe Yourself
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