How I achieve my blogging success

How I achieve my blogging success

Hey guys, I am back with another blog and this one will be about how I achieve success from my blog. I don’t produce massive numbers but success from blogging to me is far more than that. It involves feeling good about yourself, feeling like part of the community and having a lot of fun. I will go on to speak about how I do all of that and I will hopefully give you guys a few tips to make your blogging days a little brighter. I would also love for you to comment on how you achieve your success in your blogging journey. Let’s get right into the blog.


I manage to write really well these days when it comes to my blog and part of this is having amazing levels of self-belief and confidence in my own ability. Managing to find what you are good at and building on it is so important in life and even though it is difficult and takes some time, it is something we can all do when we put our minds to it. My main tip for finding it is to just sit back and think of everything you’ve been good at in the past and then to avoid comparing yourselves to others.

Not worrying about the numbers

This is a massive thing in blogging. People will be less likely to read your blog if all you care about is the numbers. It also adds so much stress if you just try to increase the numbers and do nothing to work on your content because sometimes that’s all you need to do. My content got better when I just got into the flow of not caring whether my posts had 1 view or 50. I have managed to up my game a lot as a result and all of that has come by not being dictated by the numbers.

Feeling like I’m part of the community

The hardest thing for me was fitting into the community. I am very different from a lot of bloggers and as I am a massive introvert with Asperger’s Syndrome to add in, communicating is so much tougher for me than most other people. A thing that you need to realise in order to fit in is that we are all in the same boat whether we have been blogging for years, months or even just days. Everyone is part of the same large community and that is what also makes it cool. We all just small fish in a massive pond and we need to just dig in and help each other along the way.

Having the most fun

I manage to have so much fun with blogging even on the days I don’t upload new content. I do this because I know I can do anything I want with my blog. The way to see it is that it’s your blog so it’s your rules. Another good thing is that you under no obligation to produce new content every single day because you could post even 1 blog a month and still manage to grow. The pressure is only on if you put it on yourself and in the blogging world there is absolutely no need to do such a thing.

My final thoughts

These have been the ways that I found my success in the blogging world. I created this post because I want you guys to be happy and have fun with blogging as it is a great hobby to have. I would love to thank you for reading and supporting my content as you make blogging worth it. I would also love to read your comments about how you achieve success. Have a great day guys.

22 thoughts on “How I achieve my blogging success

  1. I gave up on numbers long ago. I don’t blog for that reason. I definitely feel apart of something. The blogging community is amazing and thankful for everyone I speak to.

  2. You make a good point about not focusing on the numbers. It’s very easy for me to want to check my phone every hour and see what posts did what. I tend to like statistics so I think thats part of it. But you’re right in that my time would be better spent working on more content.

  3. Well, being fairly new to the blogging world I’m kind of just finding my style and letting it flow, also I feel like I’d much prefer to build solid connections with fellow bloggers and an audience rather than seeing everything as a ‘number’ to reach


    “We all just small fish in a massive pond and we need to just dig in and help each other along the way.” – My mind instantly went to Dory in Finding Nemo… “Just keep swimming” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    You’re doing great btw, keep pushing through

    Laura ☺

  4. Thank you this was really encouraging! I’m starting to have more fun with my blog instead of worrying about it so often.

  5. I love this! You have a great point; you have to stop putting pressure on yourself as a blogger, or you won’t be able to enjoy it.

  6. Agree with everything you said 100% Connecting and engaging with other bloggers in the community is so key to going places with your blog and I wouldn’t be where I am with my blog if I refused to engage or was just not interested in other blogs.

    Whilst keeping track of numbers from a goal-orientation perspective may not be a bad thing all the time, like for some it adds, you risk losing authenticity in yourself and your blog.

    Johnny | Johnny’s Traventures

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