The Formula For A Successful Blog.

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Many blogger’s end goal is to have a successful blog and there is nothing wrong with that! I find the term ‘successful’ a bit misplaced when talking about blogs because the definition of success in terms of blogging is different for each person. What I consider a successful blog might not be your version of success and vice versa.

Particularly in this case, it’s very subjective. To me, having a successful blog means having a platform to share about things that are close to my heart and to help other people. I want to inspire other people to go for their passions & dreams.

For another blogger, it might be about reaching a certain number of followers, page views, likes or comments. For some bloggers, it might be about receiving gifted products or being able to turn their blog into a business. We all have different definitions and they are all valid.

Every blogger searches for that special formula to turn their website into a successful blog that’s why most of the times, some bloggers end up imitating or copying another blogger because they think it will give them the same growth or success. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works.

Sooner rather than later, they will realise that it won’t work in the long run. I really want to emphasise on the fact that every blog works differently. What works for one blog might not work for yours and vice versa so please keep that in mind when implementing something.

However, when it comes to the foundation of a successful blog – it’s pretty much the same for every blog. In today’s post, I wanted to share with you that formula. Please note that I don’t consider my blog to be successful and I still have a long way to go! These are the key elements I consider needed in order to create a successful blog.

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