Following the success of the previous introvert series I ran called Fabulous Introverts (all about being successful using self-reflection and assessment techniques whilst celebrating your introverted personality), I discovered a new one!
See I love the introverts of the world. I can relate on a personal level to introverts (mainly because I am one!), and can understand how you work. So, I thought I’d create a brand new series, dedicated to teaching you how to blog.
Let’s start shall we?!
I’m really excited to reveal this to you all today as it’s been quite a while in the making!
Firstly though, why am I sharing this with you now?
I love sharing my experiences with you (and receiving the lovely feedback weekly about how helpful it is), and continuing with that really gets me going. Since this blog is nearly a year and a half at the point of publishing this post, I thought I’d share my experiences with you now.
Starting a blog is something that I know a lot of people want to get into. I want to show you that you CAN stat a blog, whilst handling your introverted qualities. In fact, blogging works out great for introverts (which I’ll cover more in week 1), and could be the best decision you ever make. I say this as this is how I feel about this blog (it really is my baby haha).
So, if starting a blog is something you’ve been thinking of doing but aren’t sure how to start, this series is for you. I’ll walk you through the steps, in depth and step-by-step, to give you the best start possible. At all times I’ll be considering your introvertedness (yes I just made up this word) as I want to keep it as relevant to you as possible.
What if I’m not an introvert, Jess?
You don’t HAVE to be an introvert to find this useful. I only focus on introverted qualities as part of this as I find it easier to relate to you. If you’re an extrovert, then you’re going to find this whole process (probably, even easier! You are more than welcome here.
This is what we’ll be covering over the next few weeks:
- Week 1 – Why is blogging good for introverts (the pros and the cons)
- Week 2 – Starting your blog – the how’s (step-by-step)
- Week 3 – Finding your niche (your speciality, and whether you actually need a niche, too)
- Week 4 – Tools to get you started (growing your email list and why, how to promote your blog, and more)
- Week 5 – Dealing with social media (Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram)
- Week 6 – Monetising your blog (e-books, courses, selling printables, and more)
- Week 7 – The conclusion and bringing all of this together