The more you become invested in your blog, the more you will want it to stand out. That is what all of the big bloggers in the mom space figured out. You want to give your readers a reason to keep coming back to your blog.
What do you think makes your blog stand out?
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My blog stands out because it shows my vulnerability, and helps people get in touch with their vulnerabilities. It is a place of safety, where uncovering your truth is celebrated and nurtured.
Such a great question! I think about this all the time. For me, I think there are two reasons. 1) I try to be funny and make as much fun of myself or my situation as possible, which hopefully makes my content relatable and light. 2) It's called "One And Done: And other stuff I'm learning as a working mommy" which highlights the fact that I am happily done having children, and am overwhelmed enough with my one boy...and work...and travel for work, etc. I don't see many other blogs taking that exact direction with their content.
oneanddoneregan.blogspot.com to check it out!
I wrestled with this question for a while, and I finally figured out what makes my blog stand out - I talk about issues that most people can relate to. Everybody knows someone who suffers from anxiety, or GERD, or Meniere's Disease/vertigo. Some people don't want to talk about it because their afraid of being judged but on my blog, there is no judgement - only hope and help.
My blog stands out because, although I write about homeschooling a lot, I also openly discuss bipolar disorder. There is so much stigma and misinformation surrounding this topic that no one talks about it. As a result, each post I write on the topic goes viral, not only because I will discuss it, but because I understand it, when even those suffering don't completely understand it.