8 Good Habits A Matured Blogger Should Have

Mature Blogger HabitsBlogging is not that much easy as it seems to be from outside the blogging arena, before you enter into the blogosphere you need to follow some rules. Don’t always think that rules are made to be broken because some rules when broken can destroy your whole career in a second. It takes a long time to build online reputation, so you need to be good for your fellow bloggers and for that you need to learn good habits any matured blogger should have.

Have you heard about bad or good habits of matured bloggers? As there is always a room for improvement we as a blogger need to improve, we should adopt few good habits so that we can grow while earning respect from our fellow bloggers. When we were in school our parents and teachers teaches us good habits, to make us disciplined. Good habits are always adopted by matured and wise peoples. So being a wise and matured blogger you must fulfill these mentioned qualities.

Let’s dive in and discuss about the good habits of matured blogger.

1. Take Criticism as an Advantage

In your Blogging Career you should always face a phase where people will not appreciate you or criticizes your content. Do not panic, this is very common, you need to keep patient work on those criticisms and take it as an advantage. Try to improve your writing styles and work on the area getting criticisms. Instead of blaming others try to figure out your mistakes and that will make you a great blogger.

2. Don’t Show Off

You always need to be calm and work on your projects effectively so that your reputation can be built among the fellow bloggers. Don’t be over confident and don’t show off your talents to others, else your fellow bloggers will think you as an empty glass which sounds more. Only tell about your qualities when asked or needed. If you try to show off to your fellow bloggers you are definitely not going to touch their hearts.

3. Keep your Promises

Always remember the key to success is your commitment. Once you have committed don’t refuse any work. Always try to deliver work in time so that your fellow bloggers can appreciate about your habits of Time Management.

4. Choose your Assignments wisely

While you choose any assignment be selective about it. Be sure that you can do the work in a given deadline. Many bloggers take as many assignments that are offered to them, this is not good because you need to produce a quality work within a tight deadline. This is not possible if you will open your doors for every offer tat comes to you.

5. Don’t Sell yourself in Cheap

Understand your value and don’t try to sell your self in cheap prices. This may hurt your blogging career. If you have confidence on yourself then set a price for your posts. You are not asking for any free money, it’s your earning for your magical words so you have every power to reject any assignment if that does not fulfill your financial demands.

6. Take Advantage of Social Media for your Work

Take advantage of Social Media to get work, promote your blog posts, etc but don’t indulge your self too much in those things. Time management between your work and social media should be done properly.

7. Be a Good Listener and don’t Claim yourself as an Expert

When you are a good listener people will listen to you, as they have every reason to listen to you. Try to understand their demands and then point out your views on their statements. This will make things much clear and easier for you to work with anybody and in any circumstances.

8. Build Relationships with your fellow bloggers

Yeah that’s true, relationships are built not made. Many bloggers want to fool others by using spun articles or by copying other articles, this must be avoided. This can destroy your reputation as a blogger. Once you have caught red handed in these sort of businesses then you can loose trust, and remember blogging is all about trust.

Hope thee tips of mine would help you to become a matured blogger. If you are a newbie and starting your career you must watch out these qualities among yourself to become a probloggers.

What’s Your Say?

Unless the reader does not appreciate the post, the post is of no use in my opinion because a blogger always needs appreciation. Comments can make a blogger complete. So as a blogger you always appreciate your commentators and give them a platform to speak unanimously.

Let me know if I have missed any point that might be pointed out in good habits of matured bloggers.

This article is written by Jaykrishna Yadav. He is from Bloggers Inspiration, a which deals with Blogging, WordPress, Social Media, Technology, Inspirations, SEO etc.

23 thoughts on “8 Good Habits A Matured Blogger Should Have”

  1. Thanks for sharing this post. These are all the qualities which are a must and which every blogger should adopt. A call to action is very important and this will help to make your post more active and in this way our readers will get immersed in our post.

  2. Amazing golden points. We should encourage our readers by appreciating their comments and by announcing the best commentator of the month. This is really helpful to develop a good relationship with our readers. Ultimately we will see more traffic driving towards our blog post.

  3. I think very few bloggers take criticism as a compliment and in the positive direction. This is something that we should work upon as a blogger. Also we should try to maintain a sought of discipline on our blog because this will be much appreciated by Google and also by our readers.

  4. Social media is the best and most powerful way to get noticed in the blogging world. Also Guest posting on other popular bloggers post can help us to increase our exposure. Finally we should involve our audience in our post.

  5. We have to learn many things from our fellow bloggers and the most important of all is discipline as this article rightly explains. It takes many efforts to build a community around our blog. A small mistake can help us to loose many clients. Hence we have to be aware of the stuff we do. Finally consistency should be a part of our plan.

  6. Nice list of points. I would like to add to this post a bit. Discipline is something that is very important for bloggers. Consistency is something that I am pointing to when I talk about discipline. This helps to keep our blog alive and active. Thanks for sharing this post. Enjoyed reading it.

  7. Great and different post Jaykrishna, I think you’re different than the others, they way you write is different and I think it’s a good thing. That’s the another sign of a matured blogger, be different, don’t just repeat the old stuff all over again.

    thanks for sharing 🙂

  8. Great article Jaykirshna. It is very important to follow these points because they are the pillars for building an excellent blog and readership.

  9. If you want to become a better writer, it helps greatly to learn to accept criticism. It will certainly help you learn and discover new ideas and techniques in order to make you a better blogger and marketer.

  10. This is an ideal article! Thank you Mr. Jaykrishna. The last three points are key and should be applied to personal dreams and goals also

  11. Hey Jaykrishna, great advice for bloggers. All the points are important with their own respect and we need to understand them all in order to run a blog successfully.


  12. I would say have a schedule, be consistent and stick to it. Don’t confuse your readership with changes of focus. Involve your community in some of the decisions you make to ensure that you have the buy in from your best fans.

    Beth 🙂

  13. Please blogger do a tattoo with Don’t Show Off slogan. I seriosly feel so abd when bloggers try to show off to each other with their success and experience. Like when you write smth like yeah, i know it, it was ok, he/she starts to bomb you with “and another experience of mine shows blahblah” Hrrr…

  14. I should have to agree with your ‘Don’t Sell off cheap’ aspect. I’ve seen some bloggers accepting harmful unrelated links for as low as a mobile recharge

  15. Very important points.

    Any blogger should consider himself as a Journalist. You have to take your job seriously.


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