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How To Jump Start Your Writing Career as a Blogger (Infographic)

As you build a writing career for yourself, you’ll find that connecting with readers and fans is just as important as writing great content. Whether you’re just starting out as a freelance copywriter, or you want to become a successful author, you’re going to need a blog.

Today I’ll show you how a successful writing blog can give your career the jumpstart it needs, followed by an infographic that will help you build the proper habits and use the best tools to make your dream a reality.

How to Start a Writing Blog and Set Your Career in Motion

The internet has given rise to countless writers who are all trying to stand out from the rest to garner a following for themselves. Every writer needs a website, but the best have a blog to keep their readers engaged and informed.

There are some basic tips to start blogging that you should know, but once your blog is up and running, you should start using it as a means of honing your craft and attracting new readers with great content that you promote on your social media channels.

Your blog connects you to other people in your niche and to countless potential followers. By using tools like social media, you can avoid the common reasons why many bloggers struggle.

You will bring a loyal following to your blog that will purchase your latest works the moment they’re released.

Check out the infographic below to find out more about how you can become a successful writer online. Let us know how it helped you in the comments below!

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19 comments on “How To Jump Start Your Writing Career as a Blogger (Infographic)”

  1. I love your infographic, especially the top tools to assist us to write better. English isn't my primary language and sometimes, I still got some grammars while writing, but I'm under improving it.

  2. Fantastic Post Matt!

    The infographic is amazing, lot of tools there I will need to add in to my own arsenal. I use Grammar.ly and I must say it is a total lifesaver. Although utilize common sense!

    I think you also write better when you are not trying to meet a deadline so planning posts in advance is a great tip for bloggers.

    Thanks Again

    Joe

  3. Hi Matt,

    This is really useful, especially the tools shared to improve our siting skills.

    I never heard of Dragon Dictation, seems a cool tool I'll like to explore and see how it can be of great live saver.

    I use Grammarly already, is really a good tool for improving writing especially for those of us whom English is not our first language.

    Thanks Matt, useful infographics.

    1. I use Dragon Dictation, Shamsudeen, and really like it. It's a little expensive, but helpful when you are tired of typing or want to talk out a blog post or email.

      Thanks for commenting.
      Sue

  4. This one is a fantastic infographic Matt,

    I use Grammarly, it is really a good tool for improving writing skills. I think a writer should first fully research about the topic he wants to write on. He should note down points and then start writing.

    1. I also use Grammarly, Richard, and love it.

      Thanks for your comment on Matt's infographic.
      Sue

  5. Infographics hold the future of blogging industry. The way you have communicated your message is amazing. Great work. Keep it up 🙂

  6. Awesome infographic Sue. Love it. The app you suggested are just great. ai never heard of them before.

    Thanks

  7. Well, this is quite awesome info-graph. Most of the writers fail in grammar as i do... my native language is nepali and in fact the use of English is quite less in our area. However, i am working to improve myself

  8. Hi Matt,

    I am trying to establish myself as a good writer, till now I haven't tried to write as a freelancer but I am planning to become a freelance writer to earn some money.

    Writing needs a lot of research and keen observation about the topic, I usually take 6 to 8 hours to write a single post but never followed your rules mentioned in this infographic.

    I have gone through this infographic completely and made some notes to follow in my future writings to become a successful content writer, thanks for sharing good information in visually nice format, keep up the good work and I am glad that I found your Sue mam's blog.

  9. As a blogger I know that it is not easy to find a topic on which noone else has written anything. So I always believe that I should write about what I think I can better deliver and also what people love to read and share.

    Your tips are always influential.

  10. Hi Sue,

    I learnt something new.

    I will check out Mindnode, I presently use Freemind but it takes a bit of work to make it look attractive.

    I will check out Dragon Dictation but I have a MAC now and I use their own tool to dictate.

    Thanks for the post as always

  11. The article is really quality when it comes to the user, especially if it is your real experience, details. Sharing links with social networking sites will make learning more interactive.

  12. Great content!! I have learned new things from this blog article. You write so much from the heart. Thank you for sharing this one. 🙂

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