6 Brilliant Tips To Make You Blog like a Pro-Blogger

Blog like a Professional Blogger
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Would you like to become a renowned blogger? 

The only reason I started blogging because it was fun and it was something I enjoyed doing. Perhaps you are also one of those budding bloggers who is blogging for the passion, or maybe you are trying your luck in the field of blogging to earn money or to make a name for yourself or your brand. Whatever your reason is for blogging, what’s important is how well you are doing.

If you are spending two hours a day on your blog and the results are not up to the mark, it’s time for you to re-think your strategy. If you are not motivated, then you should read this blogger motivation guide which will surely make you feel refreshed and will help you to get your blogging mojo back.

What is important when blogging is to always learn something new and share it with others for whom it is new information. This article will give practical insights and motivate you to leave your amateur seat and blog like a professional blogger. So let’s see what you can do to blog like a professional blogger!

Why should you blog like a professional blogger?

One thing we should always keep in mind while doing anything is to make the most of it – do it to the best of our ability.

If you are just one out of millions of mediocre bloggers, it’s time for you to take action and move forward. In this post I’m sharing tips that I have learned in my 6-year blogging tenure and if you follow these tips, in next 30 days you will become a better blogger than you are today.

1. Confidence

Confidence is perfection
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First, remember that people are unlikely to take advice from a non-confident person. If you are sharing information without confidence, nobody is going to believe it. Always remember that you can build credibility by not losing it.

Consider the qualities that give you trust in a person.  When it comes to blogging, your physical presence is not a factor.  It is your words that matter most. The question is – how can you become (and give the impression of) a confident blogger?

  1. Your posts and writing style:  Your ability to communicate in writing is the biggest factor at play as a blogger. When I am writing a blog post, I imagine that my reader is sitting on an empty chair in front of me, and we are having a conversation. If your blogging has a conversational tone, you are more likely to leave a footprint. Notice the number of times I use the word “you” in this article. That is because this article is for you and you only. It is written for just one person, and that is the person who is reading this article – you! Another way to improve your blogging style is by using “I” instead of “we.”   Sometimes writers who continually use the word “we” are showing us that they avoid taking responsibility for their work. If it’s a one man show blog, why do you need to use “we”? Open these articles in a new tab: 10 tips to improve your writing skills and 11 effective tips to boost article writing skills.
  2. Your blog design: I’m sure you must have been to a restaurant where your impression of the waiter was created by what he was wearing. I’m more likely to tip a waiter who is in a uniform than one who is not. When you are working online, it’s your design that is the suit, and you are the waiter. If your blog design is unpleasant and doesn’t leave a good impression, then you are not likely to get a tip, i.e., turning the one-time visitor into a subscriber. So get rid of all mumbo-jumbo from your blog, and have a neat and professional looking design that reflects your personality and that of your blog.  Remember, your blog design is the first point of content, and a first impression lasts forever.
  3. Come out of the closet: How many popular bloggers do you know of? If you know even two or three of them, ask yourself why and how do you know them? It’s because they didn’t hide in the closet like you are! All of these successful bloggers have given a face to their brand along with their name, and you can clearly see that on their blog. Isn’t it easier to connect to a person rather than a brand? It’s time for you to make some changes to your blog and to introduce us to the person behind that awesome blog! Add an author box, add few details about you in your blog’s “About” page, and add your profile to the blog’s sidebar. Add a quality photo and an intriguing bio.  Tell us about yourself in a way that allows people to relate and connect with you.
  4. Be honest, and don’t doubt yourself: Honesty is the best policy” is a “life rule” that we all learned in kindergarten, but with time we all learn that it is not easy to live by that rule. How many times in a day do you lie about little things? When I asked myself this question, I realized that I sometimes lie unintentionally in small and seemingly inconsequential ways. We lie because we want other’s to be happy, or we don’t want to hurt them. But lying always has a consequence. For instance, when we lie to please people, we turn ourselves into people-pleasers. Take this as a challenge, and for the next seven days trying to be completely honest. Be honest in your offline and online life, and let me know how this changes your life. I started this as an experiment myself, and within seven days I started to feel the difference. I have now been doing this for a month, and apart from two or three instances when I lied, my life has improved significantly. As a bonus, being careful not to lie taught me how to say “no,” and my confidence level has gone up ever since. Once you do this, it will also have a positive impact on your writing and your online presence. I invite you to read, how being completely honest for seven days changed my life.

2. Become an Authority in your niche:

No matter how much you know about a subject, your opinion is not respected until you have established yourself as an authority, and your blog as an authoritative blog.

The question is- how can you become an authoritative blogger? 

If you make the changes suggested above, (leading to your increased confidence), then you are more likely to become an authoritative blogger.

Now it’s time to leverage the power of social-media and establish yourself as an authoritative person in your niche. Let’s start by updating your social media profile details, thus improving your social-media presence. Ensure that your social media profile is like your resume and that it also reflects your personality. Use the same profile image everywhere (Twitter, Instagram Quora, Facebook, Google+, Gravatar, etc…) to stand out and make it easier for people to remember you.

Always share your opinion on the hot topics in your niche or trends around the globe. Your opinion may not be as valuable as that of an industry expert, but it will still be more valuable than the opinions of many people who follow you.

3. Put others before you:

One of the most common attributes of a successful person is that they give credit to people for their work. A superficial person will neither talk about the outstanding work that others have done nor share it with others. If you are one of those people who dislike to pay tribute to others for their work, you need to take a look at it and work to change it.

Honouring those who deserve it is another expression of self-confidence and a sign of professional respect.

4. Don’t just create quick connections – get into their inner circle:

You must have heard that networking is the key to success and that it’s important to build a powerful network of people around you. This is one of the most important things you can do in every aspect of your life, online or offline.

When networking, gaining respect and working to become a part of someone’s inner-circle makes a substantial difference in your connections. Some of you may have read a lot about successful people and you may even have some in your social media network, but you are not a part of their inner-circle.

You are just one among thousands of people they have “friended” on Facebook or have met at a blogging event. Your goal should be to establish yourself as part of their inner-circle and become an important connection in their arena. This will only happen when you put some time and energy into working on building a meaningful connection.

5. Smart work rather than hard work :

No matter what niche you are working in, smart work takes you forward. Hard work is important, but working smart is even more important.

If you spend two hours every day writing blog posts and not working to promote your work, you will be in the same situation a year or two later as you are today. Maybe your blog will grow to some extent and you may even get more traffic and earn a little more money, but you will be behind the crowd moving forward at a steady pace and you will never be everything you can be in this area.

There are people who have only recently started working online and are already making million of dollars because of their smart work and great ideas. Without a good idea, no amount of work will pay off optimally.

With regard to starting to work smart, I suggest that you start by choosing the right set of blogging tools,  work on time-management to become more productive. Maintain a good balance between your social and personal life, because if you want to succeed, you have to be a happy person.  That will only happen when you are satisfied with your life in 360* (in all aspects of your life).

6. Value your time and have a team

If you are a regular reader of ShoutMeLoud, I’m sure you must have heard me saying “Time is money”, and I will keep repeating it until you email me and tell me “Yes Harsh, I have learned that time is money!”.

You may have 30-40 great ideas, but implementing these ideas alone takes a lot of time and effort. If you have a team of people who work, you are more likely to turn your good ideas into reality.

You need to upgrade your role from blogger to infopreneur/solopreneur. This will only happen if you have a team and start delegating work to others.

If you are someone who lives in a remote place, all you need to do is create a virtual team of your own. You should check out these two articles from Srikanth, where he has shared everything you need to know about virtual assistance.

Perhaps the most important take-away from this article is this:  Leave the conventional way of working, and work like an “Internetpreneur”. When you are working online you are limitless, and you can achieve anything you want.

In this article I have shared many important points which will help you to grow strong and achieve your dreams. Focus on the points which you believe will improve your blogging career and turn you into a successful professional blogger.

Feel free to let me know which of the above tips you will be working on, and how are you planning to start. If you need help with any of these points, feel free to ask me via the comments section below.

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A Blogger, Author and a speaker! Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and FinTech space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud, and a Speaker at ASW, Hero Mindmine, Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. Also, an award-winning blogger.

113 thoughts on “6 Brilliant Tips To Make You Blog like a Pro-Blogger”

  1. yangyang

    Great Tips , thanks for your inspiration.

  2. ali

    Hey Harsh, loved the post. I can eespecially relate to the part of coming out of closet and interacting with people. Not only Problogger but there are a few people like Amit Shaw and Rahul Kuntala who have developed quite a following on social media sites by reaching out and interacting. Good one

    1. sameer

      I started using my same image everywhere and few people start remembering my name. It is really cool. Thanks for sharing

  3. Swapnil Patel

    Hello harsh I recently Started Blogging, I have a read Post of yours and so I have also Started on blogger and I want to purchase a Domain But really getting Confused on How to Pay for that is it annually or something else and how much long I can use that Domain so can you help me here.

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Hey Swapnil,

      You can use that Domain for a life time. You can buy the domain for 1 yr, 2 yr, 3 yr, 5yr etc.. It depends on your budget. I would suggest you to buy it at least for 2 years. and then renew it.

    2. Dhruv Mandal

      Hey Swapnil! I am not a shouter but I use blogger.com platform. I have also created a blog on Blogger.com but used a premium template. I visited your website and found that you’re using a basic theme. I would suggest you to use a premium theme.

  4. Adeeb c

    Hello Harsh, thanks for the post. You have well arranged and clearly described all the points. Becoming a pro blogger is the dream of all beginner bloggers. You are the inspiration for all Indian newbie bloggers.

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Hey Adeeb,

      Thank you for your kind words.

  5. Ankit

    Blogging is no doubt a great platform to vent out our feelings and share stuff with people with ease, monetizing comes later, if you’ll do for money you won’t succeed.

  6. Muhammad Ismail

    Hi Harsh,

    As i have already sent an email to you that my English is very weak. How i can improve my English and can i start blogging in Urdu? One thing i want to clear that i want to become blogger just for money not any thing else. So can i make money through Urdu blogging?

    Waiting for your response.

  7. Jesse

    Use the same profile image everywhere (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Gravatar, etc…

  8. Rasmi T S

    Harsh & Team,
    Very informative & inspirational posts. Beginners could gain a lot, if they read posts @shoutmeloud.com.

    I love writing, and this site is my bookmark for reference on many aspects like grammar check, proof reading, importance of writing draft and then revisiting same after some time, time management, perseverance and what not!

  9. Ngobesing Romanus

    Hello Harsh. Happy to meet you for the first time. You’re great aren’t you? You write beautifully and with the confidence you prescribe. You’re doing a great job and I want to congratulate and encourage you. Your work is definitely transforming lives. This post is very useful to me. May your light continue to shine and light up your world!

  10. vinod

    Hi harsha
    Great post … I just needed this post.. from last one month I am away from the actual path in blogging… your post just turned me back to my path again
    Thanks man

  11. Mazino Oyolo Kigho

    I really enjoy reading this your article. I won’t say I’m a problogger but I know I’m doing my best. It only persistence I need cos I know I’m confident. Thank for this.

  12. Neeraj Mishra

    Hey Harsh you have mentioned some great key points that can make a normal blogger to a pro blogger. I really enjoyed reading this article, nice share! 🙂

  13. Rohit Gaikwad

    Hi Harsh,
    Very good article. And I agree with you that Smart work rather than hard work.
    Your article help us.

  14. Tanmoy Das

    Hey, thanks for giving that any newbie blogger like me can blog like a pro blogger. We just need to know the way and you have cleared my confusion. I am just trying to follow this, by the way the Zite app is really cool. Thanks Again.

  15. mImranNazish

    Wowww… another great and inspirational article. every single point is just awesome and especially this line “If you think your idea is stupid, you are an idiot”

    Thanks Harsh

  16. Md. Fakrul Islam

    Very informative and useful article I found here to grow a authoritative blog. Thanks

  17. Maher Afrasiab

    Awesome! whole article is great and I also learn many things from it. The one thing which you listing is that we also have to spend time in promotion, suggest me some best methods which help me to promote my site.
    awaiting for your reply…..

  18. Prakash Yuvaraj

    Hi Harsh
    Thanks for the informative post.”I” instead of “We” is good point, till now i always used ” We” to be on safe side but after reading your points i will use ” I” henceforth. This article inspires me alot to write my next blog post.Thanks once again for your article Harsh.

    1. Piyush Shinde

      Hii Harsh,
      It’s very true that most of us use “We” more frequently in our professional life for safety. It is sometimes for the reason that WE want the reader to take us as a department and not the responsible concern. I was looking for some informative reading material about blogging and even I considered the relevant websites as scams alike you. Your posts and articles are much pleasing and the language is very simple and conversant which makes it more and more interesting.
      Thanks for all your work and hope it will prove helpful who are thinking for blogging.

  19. Shariq

    Hi Harsh,

    I have always taken guidance from your site, from my blogspot domain to my full WordPress site omniskill.com. I have followed your seo tips and implementing your tips day by day. Eespecially the one about the free images. Thank you for being there for us.

    Shariq from Pak.

  20. Alvian Rahardjo

    Hi Harsh, another valuable post from you. So motivational and insightful, every single point is valid and i will follow your suggestions asap 🙂

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