As a blogger/writer I frequently ask myself a few question to gauge my performance as an individual. These question help me improve in aspects where I can perform better.
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I have listed a few questions here which could help you as well
1. Question the passion for your audience?
Being passionate about your writing is one thing, but passionate about your audience is vital.
Passion for writing certainly is a motivational force, but readers will soon see through you if you are not passionate about them. This is because a blog is mostly about the audience and not the writer/blogger (Mostly.)
Isn’t your audience the reason you do what you do? When you focus your passion on solving the problems your audience faces, it makes a huge difference.
2. Do you have a unique voice?
A unique voice is very important as it will enable you to incline towards success. Developing a unique voice could be one of the most difficult aspects you will do as a writer/blogger. But this can be achieved with positive effort and perseverance.
In the process, you need to remember to Be real. Don’t try to copy someone. You can, however, take inspiration, but do it your own way and make your content original.
Speaking of a unique voice, I have two huge inspirations for you.
One who is a Reader-Writer-Blogger-Author-Poetess-Columnist with a crisp and sharp voice as a writer. She has the ability to make your words into a story — Romila
The next person is the best poetess I’ve come across in this #BlogchatterA2Z. She is a writer and content creator who has been a teacher, an agency recruiter, and a social media executive. with one of the most unique voices I have come across and the rare skill to take you on a journey through her poetry — Suchita (She is also available on Instagram & Twitter)
These two writers have a completely unique voice and can are great examples for having a completely unique tone to their writing.
3. Willing to learn?
Even if you are knowledgeable about your Niche, there will be updates and a chance for you to learn and give your readers accurate and updated information.
Set aside time every day for reading new blog posts, books and other training materials. Try and expand your horizons.
4. Question your goals?
Setting goals will drive you to success and it is better if your goals are in terms of numbers.
If your goals are set in numbers, they are easily measurable. Start with a long term goal and work backward marking out the small-term goals. Breaking them into smaller goals will build individual tasks that you can perform almost on a daily basis.
One way to gauge your success is by comparing your website rank. Want to know more? Stay tuned for our next post on Ranking (Alexa).
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