Why You Need to Conquer Your Blogging Fear

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By now, you probably have an opinion about blogging. Either you love it or you hate it. There doesn’t seem to be much in between. You have a few friends who blog, but mostly they don’t. And you’ve considered blogging for your business or brand, but it seems…daunting. It doesn’t have to be. In fact, you can create a blog post in as little as 60 minutes. You might like: How to Create a Wonderful Blog Post in An Hour.

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Accountability Can Help

If you’re having problems getting started, why not find an accountability partner or have a mentor help you? Either way, having someone look over your writing or checking in with someone will make you accountable and get you going. Sometimes my pal, Bridget Willard, and I will exchange ideas or do some brainstorming together, and that helps. Find Bridget Willard here: Bridget Willard.

Create a Community Online

One of the best reasons to conquer your blogging fear is so you can have an online community. Your community may not be a huge group, but they can make you feel connected throughout the day. For me, such an online group is the chat group, #DigiBlogChat. If you’d like to join us, here’s how: How to Join the #DigiBlogChat Twitter Chat.

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Reach out to Potential Clients

Your clients are out there waiting for you. Really, they are. You just don’t know who they are yet. Write about your issues, the questions that people frequently ask, and why people would want to do business with you. You know more than you think you know!

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You Have a Lot to Say

Believe it or not, you have a lot of opinions about your own business. You are uniquely situated to write about your experiences. Clients sometimes think they have nothing to say. Once they start talking, though, they have all kinds of things to say!

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Need a Hand?

If you need someone to help with your blogging, reach out. Email is probably the best way to reach me. And thank you.




  1. You’re the best at brainstorming ideas. I still have those ideas to pull from, too. I save them in my drafts. Accountability is a great motivator for sure!

    • Thank you, Bridget! You’re excellent at brainstorming ideas yourself! It’s so much easier to think of ideas for someone else, isn’t it? Saving ideas in drafts goes a long way to finalizing a blog post. Thanks for stopping by and let’s brainstorm again soon!

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