How long have you been blogging?
Is it day Week? Month? Years?
Or are you just starting?
Did you know that 2020 represents my third decade of blogging?
No, I had not been blogging for 30 years, but I started in ‘Necties’ and continued through the teenage years of this century and now it is 2020.
I do not ask you to brag it, but rather to tell you that blogging has sustained me – and I do not just mean financially for this period. What I get is the medium for connection that blogging provides and what inspires me is the new perspective and vibrant ideas that new bloggers bring.
I always look forward to the beginning of every new year, as many people vow to start a blog at this time. Every year we have a new crop of new bloggers to welcome into our online world and we do our best to build their identity and share the benefits of their experience.
2020 is a great time to start a blog. Blogs are not going away!
While blogs have changed over the years, they are still the best way to stake your little piece of the Internet, whatever subject or niche you are, whichever audience or community you serve, a home for all your content Provides the basis of. Choose
In many cases these days it is very easy to start a blog and get up early. The tools and technology available to bloggers enable multiple modes of communication and online business models.
Although the array of options can sometimes be overwhelming, the core elements of professional blogging remain constant:
- Start a blog
- Create content
- Find readers
- Build community
- make money
No, it is not easy and blogging does not happen overnight, but the journey itself is meaningful and fulfilling.
Today, Start February 2010, Progger’s international debut is Blog Day – a day when we take our first steps on this path by launching our blog to new bloggers.
These new bloggers will inform, entertain, connect and help people. They will prosper and can also change the lives of their readers.
Please support these new bloggers by checking their sites, reading their stories, leaving them a comment and following them on social media. He has taken action by introducing ProBlogger’s Ultimate Guide through a blog course and completing a commitment he has made for himself and his future readers.
Starting a blog is hard work. Creating a profitable blog is still difficult. If we encourage and help each other, the task becomes easier, even if it is just knowing that we are not alone.
Not launched yet?
We also like to recognize ex-bloggers who are currently working through the course and taking steps to launch their blogs. We will bring you updates on them in the coming weeks. So if you are still working to launch your blog, make sure that when you are ready, you will have to update your student profile in your members section with all your blog details (you need to log in) .
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New bloggers, if you have gained something from taking the course, we would recommend you leave us a testimonial (you need to log in) for other new bloggers.
You can see all the testimonials here, the ultimate guide to starting a blog for ProBlogger’s free course. Hopefully you will be inspired to take the course and start your own blog.
Congratulations for the class of 2020!
You can see all the new bloggers below – enjoy scrolling through the entries! You can also sort through Blog Topic to find some new blogging friends in your topic. For more information about each blogger, click the button to expand their entry.
Note: We have published only launched blogs in this list. Parked domains and URLs that lead to hosting landing pages were not included. If you do not see your new blog on the list (and it has been launched and you have completed your student profile in our members section) it may be because you missed the cutoff. Don’t worry we’ll update the list in the coming days and include it in next week’s newspaper.