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Obviously, I’m a blogger. Writing is more than just a place to express myself: it’s how I relax throughout the crazy that tends to be my daily life. Since I’ve been blogging for so long {since 2007, if you really wanted to know}, I have extensive experience in creating a blogging “audience”, if you will. If you’re just starting out – or even if you’ve been blogging for a long time – you might feel overwhelmed at the prospect of cultivating a strong blog audience. Here are four building blocks that will help you to create the right audience for your blog.

Blog regularly. I can’t stress this enough. If you’re not creating regular, interesting content you’re just not going to keep people coming back for more. If this is something that you struggle with, start by setting a goal for yourself to write three posts a week for two weeks. Then increase that to four posts per week for two weeks. It only takes thirty days to make something a habit – so before you know it, you’ll be creating regular content without even thinking about it...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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Comment by candy tamano on January 26, 2013 at 1:30pm

great advice. thanks for sharing.

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