Fundamentals are important in blogging because they help to ensure that your blog is well-maintained and appealing to your target audience, improves the overall quality of your blog, and grows eventually.

Whether you’re just starting a blog or have been blogging for quite a time, brushing up on the below fundamentals ensures a solid blog foundation.

1. Consistency

Have you ever been on a consistent schedule that stopped suddenly, and then you couldn’t catch the pace?

The same goes for blogging too. Life catches up with us at some point, but it doesn’t mean you burn out. You will always find a way to get back to blogging if you know your priorities.

Here are a few tips for maintaining consistency in your blogging:

  1. Set a consistent publishing schedule: Choose a schedule that works for you and stick to it as closely as possible. This could be daily, weekly, or monthly, depending on your goals and available time.
  2. Plan ahead: Try to plan out your content in advance by creating a content calendar or writing several posts at once. This can help you stay organized and make it easier to maintain consistency.

Remember that blogging consistency is important, but it is also important to be flexible and adapt to change. The most important thing is to find a balance that works for you and helps you stay motivated and engaged with your blog.

2. Entrepreneur mindset

Bloggers can turn their blogs into successful and sustainable businesses by thinking like entrepreneurs. It helps you identify and pursue blog-growth opportunities, to be resilient and adaptable in the face of challenges, and think creatively and strategically.

Here are a few things you can do as a blogging entrepreneur:

  1. Set clear goals and objectives for your blog and regularly track progress.
  2. Create a content calendar and stick to it.
  3. Experiment with different monetization strategies and see what works best.
  4. Invest in your blog, for example, by investing in professional design or SEO.
  5. Stay up to date with the latest industry trends and learn.
  6. Engage with your audience and build relationships with them.
  7. Seek partnerships and collaborations with other brands or influencers.
  8. Take calculated risks and be willing to try new things to grow your blog.

3. Procrastination

We all fall victim to procrastination at some point in time. Maybe you planned to start your day by researching content ideas for your next article and found yourself watching YouTube an hour after.

Believe me, it is not a one-time thing. It can actively go against something you plan every time, which is dangerous.

Here are a few tips for overcoming procrastination while blogging:

  1. Set clear goals: Having goals and deadlines can help you stay motivated and focused on your work.
  2. Break your work into smaller tasks: If you have a large project or task, try breaking it down into smaller, more manageable tasks. This can make the work more manageable and help you progress more quickly.
  3. Create a schedule: Set aside specific times for working on your blog and stick to that schedule as closely as possible.
  4. Eliminate distractions: This might involve turning off your phone, finding a quiet workplace, or using a website blocker to prevent yourself from accessing distracting websites.
  5. Find an accountability partner: Consider finding someone who can hold you accountable for your work and help you stay on track. This could be a friend, a colleague, or a mentor.
  6. Reward yourself: Treat yourself to something you enjoy when you complete a task or meet a goal. This can help you stay motivated and give you something to look forward to.

4. Write top-notch

Good writing is essential for creating engaging and informative content that will keep your readers coming back for more. This can help you monetize your blog through advertising, sponsored content, or selling products or services.

Every piece you create on your blog tells about your expertise, trustworthiness, authority, and helpfulness, which the audience would look for.

Here are a few tips for becoming a better writer when blogging:

  1. Practice writing regularly: The more you write, the better you will become. Try to set aside time to write every day, even if it’s just for a few minutes.
  2. Read widely: Reading can help improve your writing skills by exposing you to new styles and ideas.
  3. Edit and revise your work: It is rare for a first draft to be perfect, so take the time to edit and revise your writing. This can help improve the clarity and effectiveness of your writing.

Remember that becoming a better writer takes time and practice. Be patient and keep working at it; you will see improvement over time.

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5. Networking

Networking is an important aspect of blogging for several reasons. By building relationships with other bloggers and industry professionals, you can:

  1. Share ideas and collaborate on projects.
  2. Get feedback and support from others in the industry.
  3. Learn from others who have more experience or expertise in your niche.
  4. Find new opportunities to grow your blog, such as guest posting or sponsored content opportunities.

Follow other bloggers and engage with their content on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Remember that networking is a long-term process, and it is important to be authentic and genuine.

6. Set realistic goals

Setting realistic goals is important because it helps you stay motivated and focused on achieving your objectives. When you set unrealistic goals, you may become discouraged when you cannot achieve them, leading to a lack of motivation and a decrease in productivity.

Here are a few tips for setting realistic blogging goals:

  1. Start small: When starting as a blogger, it can be helpful to start with small, achievable goals.
  2. Be specific: Make sure your goals are specific and measurable. For example, instead of setting a goal to “improve your blog,” set a goal to “increase your blog’s traffic by 10% over the next month.”
  3. Set both short-term and long-term goals: It can be helpful to set both short-term and long-term goals to give yourself a mix of immediate and long-term objectives to work towards.

So how do you like these blogging fundamentals? Do you have anything to add?

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  1. Nice information bro it’s very important and helpful for beginners

  2. Shamsudeen Adeshokan says:

    Hi, Mudassir,

    This is a really helpful and very thorough practical guide on blogging I have read in recent times. You’ve shared many useful tips here for beginners to kick start their blogging journey on the right path to success.

    Thanks for sharing, Mudassir.

    1. You are welcome! Thanks for the kind words, Shamsudeen 🙂

  3. Awesome guide. keep it up

    1. Thank you, Shekhar 🙂

  4. Ryan K Biddulph says:

    Fab guide Mudassir. I dig how you led off with finding the right perception about blogging because this is the difference maker. I always say blogging begins within your mind, like everything in life. As within, so without. Framing blogging effectively in mind makes the blogging work easier, albeit challenging, at times.


    1. What we say, mindset is everything and it separates the best from the rest. Thanks for reading, Ryan.

  5. Ryan Biddulph says:

    #2 is huge Mudassir. Few think like entrepreneurs. But this crowd eventually goes pro. Nope; no one is “just a blogger” who wishes to go pro. You better think like a business owner to profit because the money comes with an abundant mindset. Keep thinking, feeling and acting like an entrepreneur, guys. Yes I am commenting again LOL….

    1. Mudassir Ahmed says:

      Spot on, Ryan 🙂
      Having or developing an abundant mindset is vital to succeeding as a blogger.
      Bloggers who consider their blogs a business and take necessary action will surely rock and build empires.