top blogging quotes with explanation

Top Blogging Quotes With Explanation.

As a blogger, you need to be motivated everyday so you can be able to consistently write and publish your content.

That is why I have taken the time to select and explain some top blogging quotes that will enable you get the motivation you need and become successful in blogging.

And without any waste of time let’s get started with it.

Top 10 blogging quotes with explanation.

Below are the top 10 blogging quotes with explanation:

1. “Blogging is not a business by itself. It is only a promotional platform.” –David Risley.

I totally disagree with David Risley on this one because I see blogging as a business in itself.

As a matter of fact, thousands of business across the world are using a blog to reach out to their potential customers.

All they need to do is optimize their content for a query so that it can rank and organically bring potential clients to the awareness of a product or service they are selling online.

So even while blogging serves as a promotional platform, it is also a business because it is enabling corporations cash out on a daily basis.

2. “It should feel genuinely good to earn income from your blog – you should be driven by a healthy ambition to succeed. If your blog provides genuine value, you fully deserve to earn income from it.” –Steve Pavlina.

As a blogger, your goal should be to help your readers learn about a subject which you have a knowledge about either through expertise or natural acquisition.

Your content should therefore be written from an expert perspective, and doing this will help you to gain authority on your industry which in turn will make your readers invest their trust in your knowledge.

Once you are able to do this properly, you can then g ahead to earn income from your blog through several means like AdSense, Affiliate Marketing and even selling of products and services directly to your readers.

3. “Successful people don’t spam.” –Adrienne Smith.

Successful people an never spam because they have been able to establish trust with their clients because of the genuineness of their products and service delivery.

4. “Your children, your grandchildren, your future spouse, your future boss, and your future enemy will see what you write eventually. Speak the truth with your head connected to your heart.” –Liz Strauss.

This should be the goal of every blogger because you never know who will eventually get to read your content.

If you are not speaking the truth, your relative or close friend can stumble on your content and after applying the lies nd up destroying their self or business, and all at your detriment.

5. “If you accept all the praise, you have to accept all the critics.” –Chris Brogan.

Criticism is the force that drives human beings to success, but it’s sad that criticism has led many down the paths of failure.

Just because someone said your best is not good enough, you decide to give up thinking blogging is not your calling.

But I wish you could access what they are criticizing you for and take several steps that will help you to make the necessary amendments and you would have done much better.

6. “In truth, the real opportunities for building authority and buzz through social media have only just begun. You simply have to look and see where things are going instead of where they’ve been.” –Brian Clark.

There has been a lot of changes in the blogging sector over the years, and with the emergence of several technologies like AI, the future of blogging seems to look so bleak.

For this reason, you must constantly study and look out for the changes so you could make the necessary amendments and move with the times.

Before now, bloggers could rank for any keyword they’ve optimized their content for, but with Google’s algorithm update, bloggers are expected to focus on a particular industry where they have much experience and write content on several subjects before they can rank on search results and amass much traffic.

7. “The Internet destroyed most of the barriers to publication. The cost of being a publisher dropped to almost zero with two interesting immediate results: anybody can publish, and more importantly, you can publish whatever you want.” –Dick Costolo.

While you are free to publish whatever you want, you must also understand that your integrity is buried in whatever you write and publish on your blog because it is meant to influence the lifestyle of your readers.

Remember, when people go to search engines and type in what they seek to learn and your blog pops up in the result, what you’ve written and published is meant to help them learn what they seek to know, and if you are feeding them lies think about how far you will contribute to destroying our peaceful world.

“8. What you do after you create your content is what truly counts.” –Gary Vaynerchuk.

As a blogger, you need to figure out where you want your content to reach before you ever get to publish them.

If your target is content marketing, then you have to do a thorough keyword research to come up with queries that will help you create a content that people are looking up on search engines for.

If you however have the financial ability, you can opt for paid advertising to help you get your content out there to the right audience.

If you fail to optimize your content by whatever means necessary, you will have it sitting on your blog for years without anyone getting to read them.

9. “There’s a lot of information out there for free, so you’ve got to figure out what makes your information different.” –Matt Wolfe.

To succeed as a blogger, you need to write unique and helpful content, this means that what you are writing must stand out and not be a photocopy or amended content from someone else’s blog.

To do this better therefore, you must focus on writing about what you know, either from learning or experience, which is what we bloggers understand as Expertise.

When you are writing on what you’ve personally experienced, you will have enough words with evidence to make your content far different from what others have already published on the same subject

10. “Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time.” –David Aston

The success of a blog can never come overnight, because while starting you will need at least 12 to 16 months before you begin to get an expected traffic flowing to your blog, and that’s if you are doing everything right.

Some bloggers teach that you need 24 months to hit a landmark in blogging. An example of such blog is project 14 from income school.

Therefore, if you are looking for a get-rich-quick type of business I suggest you back off from blogging because it is not among such.

Top 10 funny blogging quotes with explanation.

Below are top 10 funny blogging quotes with explanation:

1. “In at least one way we are a typical bloggers. That’s because we just keep on posting. The typical blogger, like most people who go on diets and budgets, quits after a few months, weeks, or in many cases, days.” –Stephen J. Dubner.

Bloggers quit because they are seeing no positive results from their blog.

But they do not even take the time to study and understand how to optimize their blogs and then exercise patience until the blog begins to pick up.

2. “As I have repeatedly written in one form or other, blogging is not about writing posts. Heck, that’s the least of your challenges. No, blogging is about cultivating a mutually beneficial relationships with an ever-growing online readership, and that’s hard work.” –Alister Cameron.

Without posts there would be no such thing as blogging, and that’s where all the hard work lies when it comes to blogging.

So if you are spending time trying to optimize your blog without a content you are just wasting your time on blogging and I suggest you quit.

3. “Some blogs have become the best check on monopoly mainstream journalism, and they provide a surprisingly frequent source of initiative reporting.” –Harold Evans.

I see everyone reporting the same event and worst of all in the same style or manner, this type of mainstream blogging is linked to journalism where one person picks up a story and others follow suite.

4. “Looking back on the event, I find myself thinking there are three approaches to journalism represented here. One is the “cool” approach of traditional journalism, including network broadcasting (in which NPR is no exception). One is the “hot” approach of talk radio, which has since expanded to TV sports networks and now Fox TV. The third is the engaged approach of weblogging.” –Doc Searls.

Every media outlets have adopted blogging as their means of reaching out to potential readers.

Everyone is surfing the internet on a daily basis looking for what’s trending or latest in different fields.

I mean the competition is so vast that you must look for where to fit in yourself.

5. “The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust… you pay folks to blog about a product and you compromise that. I would almost care about this, but it’s so obvious to everyone that this is either a joke or an idiot that there is nothing more to say.” –Jason Calacanis.

When you pay folks to blog about a product you are hoping to make returns that will enable you amass so much income.

For Christ sake, there’s no joke in doing so and you cannot be an idiot as well.

6. “In China, blogs enable millions of citizens to express their opinions with reduced political risk simply because of the sheer number of like-minded opinions online. Facing these independent voices, the old ideological machine starts to crumble.”–Xiao Qiang.

One advantage of blogging is the opportunity it enables people to share their opinions on a particular or multiple subjects.

And this opposes the political ideology of people blindly accepting what those who seek to impose their leadership on them says.

7. “Just as we don’t spend a lot of time worrying about how all those poets out there are going to monetize their poetry, the same is true for most bloggers.” –Seth Godin.

Blogging will get you worried even if you don’t want to.

When I started this blog in 2020, I was enjoying so much traffic and making money off Google AdSense and other monetization methods I implemented. But all of a sudden I woke up to see all my traffic gone and when I seek to know why I discovered that Google had updated their algorithm.

This example and many more unexpected occurrences will surely get you worried over blogging, I swear.

8. “If this principal thinks blogging isn’t educational, he needs his head examined: he should be seeking out every student blogger in the school and giving them special time to blog more — and giving them extra credit besides.” –Cory Doctorow.

Millions of students across the world are doing their assignments, tests and exams from articles they read on blogs.

How then will the principal say that blogging is not educational? I don’t think there is any educational facility having much effect in this modern times as blogging, until another takes over.

9. “So forget about blogs and bloggers and blogging and focus on this — the cost and difficulty of publishing absolutely anything, by anyone, into a global medium, just got a whole lot lower. And the effects of that increased pool of potential producers is going to be vast.” –Clay Shirky.

And what else is that except blogs, bloggers and blogging?

10. “Blogs are already moving upmarket and improving. The term “Professional Blogger” is no longer an oxymoron. Some in the traditional media realize this — ESPN, for example, recently purchased the popular basketball blog to complement its other online news offerings.” –Luke Langford.

This is the effect that blogging has had on almost every phase of human endeavor.

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