Well I’m new at blogging also so I understand you need a little help, advice to make your blog stand out , ways to make your writing interesting , creative , fresh, I’ve been blogging for less than 2 months, here is what I have learned but I’m no expert.
I have been however an advocate for women for 3 decades.
Being A Health Advocate & Activist requires commitment and passion.
I have been an advocate for women’s issues for over 30 years
It wasn’t until I was diagnosed with Osteonecrosis and finding little to no no support that I decided so will take the bull by the horns and get moving.
It’s not always easy especially when you are also dealing with your own pain.
But so many times it’s more rewarding than anything else and also therapeutic
Just be honest with your group set rules if starting a support group
If your blogging just relax don’t stress and allow your feelings, passion, pain whatever to flow.
If you are new to blogging …..Me To
Tips I read about online. Before you jump in
Choose a blog name
Will you be building your brand around your blog
Grab A Thesaurus
Try to use humor now and then
I Try to write for a specific audience pain, bone disease awareness how food helps with pain heatlth issues chronic illness etc.
I Don’t write for everyone I would like to , but I read that’s not a good idea
So I have a specific reason and if you work to speak to that particular audience in a language they use, you’ll have a better chance of standing out
Just start blogging about your topic.
Whether it’s 1x a week or daily
The more blogging practice you get the better your posts will get.
If you want to make a career out of it then the most important thing is to make sure you have your own domain
Read it over before posting, check for spelling errors etc.
Don’t try to make a living on a free blogging platform that you don’t own and can’t control. I would love to do this someday I hope to.
Social media is the best way to drive traffic to your blog.
Building a social media presence helps your blog. That’s what I did long before even blogging.
I have awareness pages for a year or 2 and decided to now start blogging.
Follow people on Facebook Twitter Instagram and to those who share your blog, say thank you and connect with people who comment on your blog.
Do your best be dedicated , and I’m sure you will be very good at it. As with everything in life the more you do it the better you will become
Here’s some of my awareness links
I am also starting Chronically Grateful on Facebook this week. So bare with me it’s a work in progress