You’re a blogger with a wide range of skills and interests.
Whether you’re an aspiring blogger or just a regular reader, there’s no shortage of content to choose from.
So, how do you find the right blog for you?
Whether you want to start out as a professional writer, or if you just want to share some cool content with your readers, we’ve compiled the best adult blogging resources to help you get started.
Blogging Basics and Tools You’ll Need to Build a Blog About the Future by Heather Pfeiffer The first step to becoming a professional blogger is to get some basic blogging basics right.
Heather Pffillers new book The Blogging Handbook offers a great introduction to the blogging platform and its pros and cons.
Pffilliers advice, in particular, on choosing a blogging platform that’s right for you is extremely useful.
You can find out more about the book here.
If you want more detailed advice, you’ll want to read her new book How to Be a Blogger and a Blogging Entrepreneur.
Bloging Tips and Tricks to Build Your First Blog by Mark Bittman The Blogmaster: How to Build an Amazing Online Community is the definitive guide to building a community online, both on your own and on social media platforms.
Mark Betts own blog is packed with great tips and tricks for getting started and growing your audience online.
He also has some fantastic tips for getting more popular.
He recommends starting with a few blog posts and then gradually increasing the quality of content as you build your audience.
Bittmans new book has some really great tips on creating your first blog and for getting your audience to sign up. 3.
How to Become a Professional Blogger by Katie Stolze Katie Stollz’s new book, How to Start a Blog, is an incredibly helpful guide to getting started blogging professionally.
She gives great advice on how to get started with a blog, how to build your site, and how to run a successful website.
10 Steps to Creating a Great Blog by Katie Schmid The new book Becoming a Professional Writer has a lot of great tips for how to become a professional.
The book is packed full of useful information on how you can start out writing for fun, get more traffic, and gain more exposure.
How To Be a Professional Social Media Blogger – 5 Ways by Amy Lees Amy Leess new book is a must-read for anyone who wants to get more exposure on social networks.
It covers topics like social media, blogging, and branding.
The authors’ advice is particularly helpful for aspiring bloggers and social media influencers.
How You Can Become a Blog Champion – The Ultimate Guide by Matt Flegel Matt Flegells book is one of the best social media blogs out there for aspiring writers and bloggers alike.
The author’s tips on building a blog from scratch are very useful for aspiring entrepreneurs and social influencers, too.
How-to-Become-A-Blogger-in-5 Easy Steps by Melissa Wills This guide by Melissa Weiss is an absolute must-have for anyone trying to get their first blog up and running.
Melissa gives you everything you need to know to become an awesome blogger.
How Not to Become A Blogger: How To Create a Blog in 5 Easy Steps article When it comes to social media marketing, it’s important to be sure that your site is doing well.
You need to be successful, not just posting to social networks but actually making money on them too.
The best way to do that is to make sure your blog is a successful one, by getting it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, or other platforms.
10 Essential Blog Tips to Build and Grow Your Community by Katie Mazzarella Katie Moustaes new book contains the best advice on building your audience, starting a blog and how you should go about getting people to sign on to your platform.
How a Blog Looks & Smells by Jessica Lohmann Jessica Lohn’s new blog, What Happens When You Write About Things That Actually Happen, has a great set of tips and insights for creating a better, more beautiful website.
How Twitter & Blogger Work by Rachel Lohman Rachel Lohn is a social media guru, so she knows how to keep your audience engaged with your content.
Her new book helps you build a loyal following online, as well as on Twitter.
Blogs That Are Not for Kids by Lauren Stroud Lauren Strouder’s new memoir, What It’s Like to Be the Child of Bloggers, has some great advice for growing your own blog and building your readership.
How I Made a $200,000 Blog for Free by Danielle Lai Danielle Lae’s new post, How I Learned to Be Happy