How to Easily Make Your Blog Successful in 2020

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Janice Wald and a Contributing Author

Blog description examples.

Today’s contributing writer offers methods for starting a successful blog.

I list bloggers that meet his criteria and then show their blog description examples.

By the time you’re done reading this post, you’ll be able to do what influencers do by emulating their strategies.

Let’s get started.

Start A Successful Blog Today

It has never been easier to start a blog. Many of us do it now and it can be profitable when executed and managed correctly.

We are all ready to talk about things that we love and that is where blogging comes in; doing it right, however, and making money isn’t always as easy.

You must follow a certain set of rules and be sure that you are making the right decisions for your blog. Making money doesn’t come overnight and you will have to have quite a lot of content in place and good views before you can start reaching out and making money.

But once you feel you’re ready, then you can start to send emails and let people know that you exist. 

You will ideally want a minimum of around 5000 views a month on your blog as that looks attractive to certain businesses, especially SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises).

You should be aware of what you do and how good your content is. Make sure your content is top-notch and approach companies with the right attitude.

Don’t make it sound like you want something but that you can help them with something and you will surely be able to offer them something. For example, you can offer them a review in exchange for a free product. You will see the paid opportunities will slide into your emails. 

You want to ensure that your online safety is paramount too. You would not want to ever lose any of your work so be sure to back it up, maybe on the cloud. With cheap vps you can do this. You would not want to lose your website either, so be sure that you have a host that can take care of all that for you and can update the website as needed as you go along.

Hustle, Hustle, Hustle

It does not do harm to ask. Drop a tweet to a brand asking if they work with bloggers, asking if they will give you some samples in exchange for social media coverage.

Ask if have any upcoming events. For example, you could ask a hotel or a restaurant for a complimentary or press-rate stay or meal in exchange for a mention in a blog post.

Keep in touch with as many people and companies as you can, ask around; don’t feel you’re bugging them, a tweet is a non-invasive form of communication that is actually one of the most beneficial for people in the blogging industry.

Ask them if they work with bloggers, ask if they want to collaborate, do some networking. If they say no, then you have tried, but they may subconsciously make a little note of you and if something comes up in the future, then your name is there!

Go to events, any events, meet as many people as possible. You never know where the road may lead, empower yourself!

Some bloggers make this a full time living and this could be you in just a few short months or years but work hard and be prepared for a bumpy road. It won’t happen overnight. 

Host Blogger’s Comments:

Influencer Marketing vs Traditional Marketing

Today’s contributing author described the reasons bloggers are successful.

Topping the list is influencer marketing.

What is influencer marketing?

Influencer marketing involves the notion of celebrity status. In today’s society, influencers are people that sway opinions.

Influencer marketing is done online. In contrast, traditional marketing is done offline.

The guest author explains one place to find influencers is Twitter.

If you want to be such a successful blogger that you become an influencer in your blogging niche, you need to do what blogging influencers do.

According to the guest author, influential bloggers are on Twitter. If you want to be successful, logic holds that you should go there too.

It’s true: Successful bloggers are on Twitter. I met most of the following blogging influencers on Twitter.

Blog Description Examples: 8 Twitter Users You Need to Follow Now

If you want to start a successful blog, you need to have a clear blog description.

Blog description examples have an important function. They tell visitors what they will get for spending their time on your site.

When people get to your blog, your blog description or tagline is the first impression they get of your site. You only have seconds to impress them before they move on.

What is the difference between a blog description and a tagline?

In blogging terms, a blog description can be called a “tagline.”

They both serve the same purpose: To explain to your visitor the purpose of the blog.

The distinction lies in the length of the blog description. According to Zemalf.com, if your description is 10 words or less, you have a tagline.

Regardless of the terminology, you need to make your blog description clear.

Look:

blog description examples blog description example

This is my blog description example.

Is it clear from my blog description I help people with blogging? Yes.

I encourage you to check out the following blogs. They are all run by successful bloggers in various blogging niches.

When you get to their sites, if you have trouble finding their blog description examples, click “About.”

Blogging:

Philip Ariel

Enstine Muki

Ryan Biddulph

blog description example blog description examples

This is Ryan’s blog description example.

Look at the underlines. Does his blog description show his blog helps bloggers? Yes!

Social Media:

Lisa Sicard

blog description examples blog description example

Lisa’s blog description example clearly explains how she helps people arriving at her site.

Content Writing:

Moss Clement

Does Moss’s blog description make it clear he helps people with content writing? Absolutely!

SEO:

Nikola Roza

Monetization:

Peter Nyiri

Note: Peter teaches his money-making strategies at the Mostly Blogging Academy.

Technology:

Phillip Dews

Does this blog description example convey that Phillip builds custom themes? Yes!

Wrapping Up: Blog Description Examples

In closing, if you want to be a successful blogger, you need to emulate successful bloggers. They leave you a roadmap for success.

Takeaways:

This post offered you two steps for emulating successful bloggers:

Step 1: Network with them on Twitter.

Step 2: Use their blog description examples as models for your own blog descriptions.

This post shared networking strategies on social media sites like Twitter and how to write blog descriptions.

Readers, I look forward to your views in the comments section: Can you suggest any additional strategies of successful bloggers?

Please share so bloggers read these blog description examples, see the list of successful bloggers, and learn social media networking strategies like influencer outreach.

This post was made possible by the support of our readers.

  1. Lisa Sicard | at 2:08 am

    Thanks Janice for the mention here! What a pleasant surprise today. Interesting you mentioned my tag line, I was having some promotional products made yesterday and I went over the tagline, I was wondering if it needed changing and the person doing the order convinced me to keep it. You just validated that too 🙂

    There are a few folks here I haven’t met yet and will check out their blogs. I hope you are staying well and safe there.
    Lisa Sicard recently posted…Make Your Facebook Feed Work Absolutely Wonderful For YouMy Profile

  2. Philip Verghese Ariel | at 5:20 am

    Hi Janice what a pleasant surprise to hear this great shout out news via Lisa.
    Great to know that you included me too in the great company of well-known Professional bloggers.
    Indeed a great joy to know this and part of your blogging journey.
    Except for Peter’s rest, all are well known to me. Thanks for telling about Peter, will surely check his activities.
    May you all have great and safe days ahead.
    Be Safe.
    Keep informed.
    All the good wishes
    ~ Phil
    PS: This post will shortly be mentioned in my post the Amazing bloggers who honored Philipscom.
    Thanks
    Phil
    Philip Verghese Ariel recently posted…Amazing Bloggers Who Feature Me In Their PostsMy Profile

    • Janice Wald | at 7:44 pm

      Hi Philip,
      It was my pleasure to include you on my list of bloggers to emulate and give you this shout out. I look forward to receiving your list of bloggers who included you so I can share.
      You stay safe as well. It’s fun being a part of each other’s blogging journey.
      Janice

  3. Phillip Dews | at 1:16 am

    Hello Janice,

    It’s been a while.
    Having just read this on my mobile I noticed the social media sharing buttons on the left cover a lot of the post so will tweak that for you today.

    I also wanted to say thank you for the king mention and link to my own site. Its greatly appreciated.

    Hope that you are well and staying safe.
    All the best.
    Phillip

  4. Rosemary | at 2:47 pm

    Hi Janice,

    Great article. I note that your examples are all from bloggers who help bloggers. Do you think there is any difference if you’re a blogger who’s audience is not bloggers, but some other audience? For example, I write about longevity. So I help older people who want to live longer and have more fun.
    Rosemary recently posted…41 Funky Things to Do in Social IsolationMy Profile

    • Janice Wald | at 3:00 pm

      Hi Rosemary,
      No. There is not a difference at all. These are generic tips applicable to any niche.
      The reason everyone on this list is a blogger who helps bloggers is that this is my niche, so I know those people, and I was able to offer them up as examples.
      Thanks for reaching out with your question and for the compliment on my post.
      Janice

  5. prakash chakraborty | at 9:04 am

    Hi Janice,I read your content and by reading it seems like your much more about blogging.
    So pls will you give me some tips about how can i grow my website and it monetize quickly. pls give me reply.

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