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Today’s post is a collection of my favorite quotes on blogging from my favorite bloggers.
I’m talking about the bloggers who have helped me reach where I’m now in my blogging journey.
If you have been following me on Twitter for a while, you would know that I share blogging quotes very often.
So this is more of a personal piece.
If you love quotes and your blog then you would love this post also.
And if you don’t have a blog then hopefully this post will spark an interest.
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16 Quotes About Blogs From Top Bloggers
All the blog quotes below are from my favorite bloggers.
I started my blogging journey after reading a lovely blog. And later, the blog owner became my mentor.
Since then, I have been reading a lot of blogs and these bloggers have always inspired me to do better.
And I wish the same for you.
1- Neil Patel
The first blog quote is by Neil Patel. He is an experienced blogger at Neil Patel. He blogs for digital marketing professionals to help them run online businesses successfully.
The quote he once gave that I love is
“Don’t try to plan everything out to the very last detail. I’m a big believer in just getting it out there: create a minimal viable product or website, launch it, and get feedback.”– Neil Patel
It is so true. All you need is to get started and you will learn as you grow.
If you have been thinking about starting a blog but can’t do it then this is a perfect time.
Follow my 3 step guide to launch your blog today.
2- Harsh Agarwal
Another awesome quote for blogging is by Harsh Agarwal. He is the owner of an award winning blog Shout Me Loud.
Shout Me Loud is for new bloggers who want to grow their blogs. When I started my blog I read this blog all the time.
Because he explained everything in the easiest way possible.
Harsh Agarwal says
“Start doing what you want to do, you will get better with time.”– Harsh Agarwal
It is exactly what Neil Patel says.
3- John Chow
Who doesn’t know about John Chow? He is a great blogger who turned his blog into a six figure business in 2 years.
“Way too many bloggers think making money from blogging is like the movie Field of Dreams, where Kevin Costner’s character was told, ‘If you build it, they will come.’ You can build it, but if nobody knows about it, then they’re not coming!”– John Chow
I discovered his blog recently when I was searching for something.
4- Syed Balkhi
“People often ask me how am I able to write several blog posts in a day? My reply is simple: I stay in the zone. I eliminate all distractions and just write.”– Syed Balkhi
Soon enough you will realize that distractions are always more interesting than the work you have pending.
So the best way to get to your work is to remove those distractions.
5- Penelope Trunk
The awesome blogger Penelope Trunk has great advice to give her readers.
“Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field.”– Penelope Trunk
That’s so true in the blogging world also. If you write on a topic then as your blog grows it will be a source of information on that topic for your readers.
That’s why focusing on a blog niche is so important.
6- Carol Tice
It is a blog dedicated to writers.
Here’s what Carol Tice says to the new freelance writers.
“You have to be willing to take some risks and learn new things to move into new, high-paid areas and keep your income growing.”– Carol Tice
If you want to build a career in freelance writing then you must start with Make A Living Writing. Her tips are gems.
7- Sophie Lizard
Sophie Lizard is another successful freelance writer and the owner of the blog Be A Freelance Blogger.
She is one of those I reached out to when I was beginning my freelance writing career. And she was so sweet to help me.
A quote on blogging I love by Sophie is.
“The truth is, traffic itself is pointless unless you’re attracting your ideal visitor.”– Sophie Lizard
Because what she says is true. Unless the traffic you get on your blog converts into subscribers, sales, or more it is worthless.
So how do you attract the ideal visitor?
By figuring out who is your true ideal visitor.
8- Ryan Biddulph
Ryan Biddulph is the blogger behind Blogging From Paradise. He has more than 9 years of experience in blogging and a lot of amazing blogging tips to share with new bloggers on his blog.
I met him on Twitter and he has always appreciated my writings.
“Creating is a wonderful thing. Creating a product that folks can consume on a large scale is even more wonderful.”– Ryan Biddulph
9- Brian Clark
Brian Clark is the founder of the popular blog CopyBlogger.
Copyblogger is everything you need to become a master copywriter.
As an aspiring writer, it has been my constant source for seeking writing tips. I’ve also subscribed to the Copyblogger’s newsletter.
Brian Clark gave a super quote on blogging,
“Don’t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog that’s great for your readers.”– Brian Clark
Users should be your priority. So you must create content that your readers want to read and not what you want to publish.
10- Google SEO Starter Guide
I read something similar to what Brain Clark said when I was learning SEO through the Google SEO starter guide.
I found this quote.
“Your ultimate consumers are your users, not search engines.”– Google SEO Starter Guide
Google might have never made clear about their ranking factors but they have always been confidently saying that users are their priority.
So if you want to rank higher in search engines then you must create content for users first and search engines next.
11- Kevin J Duncan
Do you know Jon Morrow? He is one of the best freelance writers in the world and also the owner of SmartBlogger.
Jon Morrow called Kevin J Duncan “top one percent bloggers in the world.” Read the story here.
So if you are into blogging you should know Kevin J Duncan.
“Starting a blog from scratch isn’t rocket science. Unless, of course, you’re starting a blog about rocket science.”– Kevin J. Duncan
He is a great writer. Make sure you check his articles at the Smartblogger’s blog.
12- Rebecca Matter
Rebecca Matter is the president of AWAI. AWAI is an American association for writers and it has everything, I mean it when I say this, you need to become a freelance writer.
AWAI organizes monthly free webinars to share tips to break as a freelance writer.
“Whatever you are wanting to do with your writing career, the truth is, there will never be a better time to start than now.”– Rebecca Matter
Check the AWAI website here.
13- Ryan Robinson
Ryan Robinson is a famous blogger behind Ryan Robinson.
I read his blog to learn easy blogging strategies.
“I’m always reinventing my blog for the better.”– Ryan Robinson
I can’t agree with this anymore.
To grow in any field you must always be learning and improving your skills.
And in blogging, well you must be improving your blog.
14- Brian Dean
You might know Brian Dean for his famous Skyscraper technique to build backlinks.
He is an award winning blogger who shares actionable tips to help you grow your blog. He is the blogger behind Backlinko.
About blogging he says,
“Look at your blog like a product or a brand. What’s going to make your blog different from what’s already out there?”– Brian Dean
If you want to improve your blog you must start reading the Backlinko blog.
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15- Meera Kothand
Meera Kothand is an email marketing expert.
If you want to get strategic with building an engaging email list for your blog then you must sign up for her newsletter.
She also organizes free email workshops every year to help new bloggers start an email list.
“Value doesn’t come from feeding your audience with free tips that everyone else is already saying. You provide value when you’re able to inspire a commitment to change. You add to the content literature in your niche when you have a distinctive point of view. This is also how you build content authority.”– Meera Kothand
You can find Meera Kothand’s blog here.
16- Anthony Gaenzle
Anthony Gaenzle is an amazing blogger I met on Twitter and he has always been supportive.
I ask so many questions and he always replies with politeness.
“Be passionate about your subject and treat your blog like a business. If you choose a subject you love, you’re much more likely to not give up when times get tough. Go into it with an entrepreneurial mindset. Have a plan, understand your goals, know your audience, and build a product that fits the market and that people will love!”– Anthony Gaenzle
You can find him on Twitter here.
So these were my favorite bloggers and their best quotes on blogging.16 BEST QUOTES ON BLOGGING FROM TOP BLOGGERS Click To Tweet
But these are not the only ones.
I’ll be adding more to this list as I discover more bloggers and mind blowing blogging quotes.
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