8 Blogging Habits Of Highly Successful Bloggers

8 blogging habits of highly successful bloggers

Not all bloggers are created equal.

There are those that get lost in the crowd and there are those that rise above everybody else.

And if you want to make money blogging, you need to learn how you can rise above the rest.

How good blogging habits impact your success

One of the best qualities a blogger can have is the ability to learn and implement new habits.

And not just any blogging habits, great ones that can impact your progress over time.

With these you are able to;

  • Make more money without burning yourself out
  • Create tailored content that serves your readers
  • Focus on important parts of your business that will make an impact
  • Have direction where you know the next step that your business needs to take

And today, I’m going to share with you some of the habits that help you build your business from the ground up.

Habit 1: Understand your audience

Your audience will either make or break your blog business.

The first thing I have learned is that the audience is what I should always be focusing on.

And when you look at all the successful bloggers that’s what they do too!

It all comes down to understanding how you can be of help to do your audience by solving the problem that brought them to your blog.

Related: Here is a great article that will go deeper into the importance of understanding your audience

Habit 2: Your blog is your business

At the end of the day, you want your blog to be your way out of that desk job?

Because let’s face it, this is more than hobby blogging for you.

When starting your blog, you have to think of it as a business from day one.

But why is it so important?

Because when you understand that that’s your business, you will go above and beyond to make it succeed every single day.

No excuses should keep you from growing your blog business.

Habit 3: Have an end goal in mind

For me, blogging is not just a creative outlet.

It’s my way out of a boring desk job to travel the world.

This means at the end of the day, I want it to make money for me so that I can live life on my own terms.

For you, it may be similar to my end goal or even something totally different.

Either way, it’s important you know what exactly you want out of your blog.

Because knowing the end goal makes it easy for you to map out the necessary steps you need to take every day to get you closer to what you have in mind.

Habit 4: Keep learning

The blogging world is always changing.

Tips that were working yesterday may not be working tomorrow.

It’s beneficial for you if you keep learning new ways to grow your business and yourself.

This is where good blogging habits come to your rescue.

But I don’t mean you should enroll in every course out there.

You’ll spend a lot of money on courses you’ll probably never complete.

First, find free available resources, books, and other bloggers willing to share information from you.

Then once you realize which area you need expert advice, invest and get yourself the course that will give you that knowledge.

Related: Free Blogging Masterclass

Habit 5: Take it one day at a time

It’s impossible to do everything at once when it comes to your blog.

Blogging takes time and there is a lot of ground to cover especially if you are doing it alone.

You’ll be your own web designer, social media marketer, and even SEO strategist.

Which can make blogging seems a bit overwhelming.

The good thing is, you don’t need to know it all at once.

You’ll learn it in stages, day by day by knowing what exactly your business needs at that particular stage.

For example, if your blog is new, the first thing you need to focus on is creating enough content before putting out into the world.

With this approach, I assure you, no overwhelm will overcome you.

Habit 6: Collaborate with other bloggers

Blogging is great for people who enjoy working alone – where are my fellow introverts.

You can just stay in your little cocoon, blog away, and forget about the world.

Which is where a lot of bloggers get it wrong.

Interacting with others is one of the best things that happens when someone becomes a blogger.

You get to meet different people, from different countries, cultures even beliefs.

This means you expand your knowledgebase, you find people to grow and collaborate with which is a great reward.

So if you are just starting out, the earlier you start interacting with other bloggers the better.

Habit 7: Be patient

Yes, I know you want to see results like yesterday, but unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that.

As with every business venture, it takes time to get the results that you want.

And because blogging is not a get rich quick scheme, your patience prowess will be tested.

Will you be able to keep working on your business even if you don’t see any results after a month or will you keep going?

This is why I mentioned earlier that you should have a clear set goal as it will give you the much-needed patience to get there.

The good news is that eventually, you will succeed.

Habit 8: Be Consistent

Now, this is something I learned the hard way.

I’ve failed at two blogs and in both, I worked on them whenever I felt like it.

And as you guessed it, both blogs failed.

I later learned that a business need to be worked on every single day without fail.

Whether that’s changing link colors or even researching a new topic you want to right about.

Being consistent shows that you make your business a top priority and its success is important to you.

So create yourself a schedule or a list of things that need to be done.

And stay consistent and before you know it, the hard work will start paying off for sure.


Blogging is a great way to make much needed extra money.

But it also requires a lot of sacrifices to make it a great success.

This is why at all times, you have to be constantly looking for ways you can improve yourself and your business.

Take Action

What was your favorite blogging habits? Did I miss any you already use?

And if you are already using one of the mentioned blogging habits, I’d love to hear about it.

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