Blogging is no joke. When I started, I was so overwhelmed by the sheer amount of knowledge to learn. I felt like a little pebble that had been dropped in this huge, expansive ocean. And funnily enough, I was. There are so many blogs out there (here are a few of my favourites!). So many of them are incredible and informative. And we would be here all day if I was to list them all. Instead, I want to share, what I’ve found to be, the best creators for advice with blogging. The ones I’ve stumbled across that have informed my strategy. Taught me what I needed to know. And, ultimately helped me grow.
These are the sites that I return to day after day. Or, at least whenever they post a new article. I highly recommend checking each and every one of them out for blogging advice. Whether you’re wondering about strategy, content, SEO or any other query that this industry can leave you guessing. These are the best blogs for blogging that I’ve stumbled across. Basically, my favourite industry experts. The real goldmines.
Need I say more? Jenna is known as an all-around guru. From her website to her courses and podcast, there is nothing you can’t learn from Jenna Kutcher. (I’m also particularly in love with her Instagram feed!). Subscribe to the Goal Diggers Podcast, join the Facebook group and follow the JK blog to keep your inbox full of incredible advice. From guides to dealing with SEO, to nailing your first client and making sure your strategy is always making profits: she’s the real deal.
The ChloeDigital Blog
A hosting and management service for creators: Chloedigital deals with helping content creators put their best foot forward on all platforms. My favourite aspect of their content though? It has to be their blog. Constantly offering insider tips and strategies to grow, monetise and excel in the blogging industry. From how to plan your content accordingly to behind-the-stats intel on the best holiday guides to focus on this year. CD is another site that I’m checking weekly, and devouring the newest post as soon as it’s live.
They also have a great Instagram feed that shares bitesize knowledge in tune with what they’re posting on their website. Follow that to stay informed!
I have most definitely spoken about Helene before. Since I started Mile in My Glasses, Heleneinbetween has been a destination that I’ve gone to many times for tips and advice. Offering insight across the board of the blogging world, Helene also hosts webinars and courses that help you get a grip on the impact you want to make with the world. She also writes some beautiful travel posts, and constantly inspires me with her trips around Germany! So much wanderlust!
Jessica has been one of my favourite creators since I started Mile in My Glasses. And not just for her content advice posts, either. Jessica’s posts are always incredibly curated. With beautiful images and impeccable design. Her advice posts do happen to be some of my favourites, though. She always has great tips that are both useful and informative. And she breaks down all of the advice she’s giving you in easy to understand chunks. Such a great content creator to follow if you want consistent inspiration and insights into running a great site.
Just throwing a quick self-promo in here at the end. If you follow Mile in My Glasses on Pinterest, you might already know this. I have a board dedicated to content tips and advice from some of my favourite creators out there. It’s full of useful, relevant content across the board that you can action immediately. I’m also updating it quite often, so if you’re into picking up tips and tricks – definitely check it out.
These are my favourite resources to visit weekly if I’m needing inspiration, or a kick up the backside to get my strategy in place. I’d love to know who your favourite bloggers are to visit for guidance through the blogging world, too. If you want to leave any names in the comments below!
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If you’re looking for more posts about content creation, I do post about it quite often in this category. From planning creative content to Pinterest hacks, I try to cover all the bases that I get asked questions about regularly.
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