Shout Your Blog Out!

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Always support your peers!

When content creators gain some traction, they tend to forget their roots and stop helping other people and they start to become selfish. I vowed that when I began this journey, I would always stay true to my character and to never let the numbers or the stats change who I am.

I will always help out my fellow bloggers so that they can not only reach the level that I am currently at but to surpass me and to reach new levels. Seeing bloggers with so many followers inspires me to someday get to that stage and to help out that many people. When I see bloggers with not as many followers, I always read their content and if I can see that they have put in the effort and have created good content, then I will like and also comment on their post.

I have written this post for all the people who follow me and who read my content to shout out their blogs in the comments below. I would like everyone to read each other’s blogs and to show love to their blogs in any way you can. Comment on what you like or even comment on how they can improve.

I will also take a look at these blogs when I have a chance and will also provide my insight and comment and like on the blog posts which intrigue me.

 

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  1. Thank you for writing this post. I read your blog often because it helps me to learn about learning and it also helps me to teach my young children better. You guys please read my blog and give give me any type of feed back you think will help me get more people subscribed to my blog. theseinfeldeffect.com .

    • I love to help others also, so kudos to you. It’s the right way to be. Admittedly, I struggle to fit it in. I’m thinking that in the Fall I may go back to posting once a week (instead of three times a week) with the option of posting something light on the weekend. Then I could fit more reading and encouraging in. Thanks for sharing! It was a motivating post, Kamran!

      • That’s good to hear Tina, I love talking to people who have a helpful mentality.

        When it comes to your posting frequency, write as often as you can without burning yourself out. Ensure that your posting frequency compliments the value you offer to your readers.

        You’re very welcome Tina, have a great weekend πŸ’•

  2. Your blogs are always motivating and interesting. I too think that we must support our peers in this journey. Some people just to get celebrity feel , unfollow everyone and seek to increase their followers only. So that their stats become 7 following-777followersπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

    • Thank you soo much for your kind words. I always try to make my content the best it can be.

      Yeah I have seen many bloggers like that and it just creates a toxic environment.

  3. It’s wonderful that you’re helping out others. I think it’s so important that we bloggers support each other. Most of us are like one big family here. πŸ˜€

    • Yeah I think helping others is just ingrained in me, it’s something I have always done and yeah, I do feel like we are a huge family πŸ€—

  4. I’m new to this and sometimes and can get pretty down when I don’t see a lot of traction on my posts. I needed this reminder that it’s about helping others and building community – not just numbers and stats. Thanks for posting <3

    • Always strive to be genuine and help others and you will feel a whole lot better about yourself.

      If you need any help about blogging along the way, then don’t hesitate to get in touch πŸ’•

  5. Great to find out that there are people like you! We should keep this mindset. Other’s success is also ours! Cheers! Shout out to all lovely and amazing bloggers!

  6. That’s why I love this space here unlike Instagram and others. Some of the people I interacted with are very sincere. More powers to you, and thanks for following and reading me!

  7. Yes,you are really helpful and are able to reply so quickly,that’s really a positive vibe so far the growth of your Great Blog is concerned.Keep it up and reach the top as quickly as possible so that we can get greater help from people like you.God bless.πŸ’•πŸ’•

  8. Thank you Cameron, for keeping it real! Spreading good will is what blogging should be about, uniting folks throughout the blogosphere in the spirit of positivity and friendship. I will be reblogging this post to do likewise. *smiling face*

  9. I think it’s lovely that you put your energy into lifting others up! My blog @diggingthedirtonocd is about my personal experiences with mental illness including OCD. I aim to inform people who don’t have OCD, whilst relating to people who do. πŸ™‚

  10. I love that you’re giving new creators a spot in the light! I’m quite new to blogging but immediately gravitated towards your content. Keep it up!
    I would love for anyone to offer a bit of feedback on my blog so far. I aim to inform people about resources online to ‘procrastinate in the right way’ and make the most of their time online:
    https://themasterprocrastinator.home.blog/
    Thank you!

  11. Ever since I came across your blog, i’ve never stopped following, thanks for this…

    I wrote something similar sometimes ago though not on the blog but fb and what you said is surely right! Thanks for being the inspiration to many of us!

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