A Blogging Guide, Template, Worksheet & Checklist

How to write your first blog post

💥A Detailed Step-by-Step #Blogging Guide including #Templates, Worksheets, and Checklists💥

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✅ What if my #blog is not good enough?

✅ I am scared to start. What if I am judged by my writing?

✅ I don’t know where to start and how to go with the flow while blogging.

✅ My grammar is not very good

✅ There is a lot of competition out there

These are some of the common questions and fears my students have and to help them overcome this fear, I have come up with this detailed step-by-step blogging guide and template

It also includes examples from a well-known writer – prasant naidu

This includes everything you need to know about how to write your very first blog post.

Mental Roadblocks before writing a blog

  1. What if my blog is not as good. Now people know me on social media. What will they think?
    No one is perfect, we all make mistakes and in today’s world, it is ok to make mistakes and learn from mistakes. When you embrace authenticity and be real, you will not have to worry about what people will think about your writing. 
  2. I don’t want people to judge me with my writings
    You are sharing and helping others by putting out content. Write for that one person whom you want to help. Ignore the rest. When you embrace authenticity and be real, you will not have to worry about what people will think about your writing. 
  3. Scared to start. I don’t know where to start? Not clear how to go about the flow
    That’s one of the reason, I am coming up with this template. Use this as a starter kit and reference. It always helps to write about things you are passionate about / care about. This way your blog will always reflect the sincerity and the feelings behind the writing. 
  4. A lot of competition out there. Will my blog be lost?
    Sure, there is a lot of competition, blogging is all about sharing your opinion and your story/experience. Your story and experiences will always be unique to you and will bring life to your writing 
  5. It’s difficult to get the mood to write
    Absolutely, you are not alone. We all have the same problem, it’s just like going to the gym, it’s just the starting trouble, once you start to write, it will be easier. Think about the benefits and your blog is going to help a lot of people out there.  
  6. My grammar is bad. Will I share the right message? Will others accept it?
    The list of procrastination can go on and on. Instead of thinking about everything that may not work, just get started. You have nothing to lose. Use this simple guide and template so you will be safe.



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