3 Steps To Help You Start Blogging

This article will walk you through 3 steps to help you start blogging. You’ll learn how to choose an audience, how to create content, and how to build your audio or video blog.

Blogging Business Owner
2 min readApr 21, 2022


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After you have a good idea for a blog post, try to put it out there as an introduction to post on your social media sites.

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Step 1: Choose an audience — It’s essential to know who your blog post will be read by before starting on it so that you don’t waste your time or theirs trying to write something they won’t find valuable.

Step 2: Create content — How many hours per day would you say are wasted on social media? I’ll bet it’s a lot more than 15–30 minutes. Even if your posts aren’t perfect, at least spend some time each morning creating content to post throughout the rest of those 24 hours! You can use Shortly or Jasper for AI writing and Frase to get quick information on any topic.

Step 3: Build an audience — Once you have a blog, it’s important to work on building an audience for future posts. Why would you want to read something that is just going to be dated information in a few days? Keeping your audience interested will help them share your content like crazy!


The information above is just a simple guideline to help you get started. If you would like more information on how to create an effective blog, check out the blog.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: This information is intended to be used as a general reference for those looking to build their own blog or start a blog for undisclosed business, academic, or non-profit purposes. Furthermore, this should not be considered legal advice in any way (or taken as such) and should not be used to make any legal decisions whatsoever. The author of this article does not hold the copyright on the content, images, and/or videos published in this article, and all copyrights and trademarks are retained by their respective owners.



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