This weekend I wrote my 1,000th blog post on ChurchMag!
The journey these past months have been incredible.
I have learned so much, from technical to creative. Whether from writing tutorials and product reviews, or ChurchMag reader comments and insights.
Here are a 10 things I’ve learned through this blogging experience (so far):
- I have only blogged a fraction of posts compared to many other bloggers.
- There’s so much more to learn.
- I hate making spelling errors.
- Writing everyday is hard, but writing everyday makes it easier to write everyday.
- Write passionately about your passions.
- Watch, read and learn from successful bloggers.
- Read TentBlogger everyday.
- Write as much as you can when you are in a “groove.”
- I really hate making spelling errors. #FACT
- Blogging is more about the community than anything you could ever write.
No matter how much you’ve posted in the past, be encouraged!
We have recently started a community of ChurchMag authors, and it has been a lot of fun getting to know these other writers. It’s neat to see how each of our personalities match our writing voice and style. There’s always room for another voice and perspective on the innerwebs.
If you’ve ever thought about joining the ChurchMag community by posting for us, we’re always looking for new ideas and fresh perspective!
You may or may not reach 1,000 posts on ChurchMag, but you’ll never know until you try!
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