43 Actionable Blogging Tips You Can Use Right Now (With an Unfair Advantage for Dumb People)

I guess you’ll agree with me when I say:

Finding blogging tips is not really the challenge.

Making them work is.

Or is it?

Well, it turns out, there is a simple 3-step process that helps you make almost every blogging tip work.

If you stick to that 3 steps, you can even outperform the results of the one’s who once innovated the tips you use.

And in today’s post, I’m going to show you what these easy 3 steps are.

But it get’s even better:

To make it complete, I’ve also included a handpicked list of 43 highly actionable blog tips you can use right now.

That way, you have it both: A list of excellent, easy-to-follow tips for your blogging, and a clue how to make these tips work like magic.

Let’s start with the “make the tips work like magic” part!


How to turn almost every blogging tip into pure gold

Step 1: Stop doing the wrong things

This is probably the Nr. 1 reason why most of us can’t manage to create any results from any blog tips:

We are too busy.

Yes, we are too busy with collecting tips, resources and tools for our blogging endeavor.

It’s like an addiction: One more helpful tip… and I start doing. One more blogger tutorial… to have it all bookmarked. One more blogging strategy… to have enough options to choose from…

Sure, the amount of tips we are exposed to in the blogosphere is insane.

But is it an excuse for collecting them all?


Let’s be honest:

Do you want to know everything about successful blogging in theory?

Or do you want to show successful blogging by results?

Results come from taking action.

Collecting is not taking action.

So stop collecting tips now.


Step 2: Start doing the single one right thing

Once you stop being busy with collecting blogger tutorials and tactics, your time and focus are free to do the one single right thing:

Instead of reviewing all these tips, you start using them. With heaps of dedication, one tip at a time.

You might be wondering:

How can I wholeheartedly commit to a tip I’ve never tried before? Maybe it’s a nonstarter?

The answer is simple:

  • you only pick tips that others have tried before
  • of these tips, you only use those that have evidently lead to great results

Yes, tips you can unconditionally trust are those that have massively been proven to work by others.

They allow you to skip the part of figuring out if they work. Instead, you can purely focus on replicating the success others have demonstrated with them.

And here’s the kicker:

All the 43 blog tips I included below in this post are of the category “massively proven to work” with each tip expanding into actionable how-to resources.

But before you jump into the execution part, let’s look at the final step that helps you to turn every tip you use into gold!


Step 3: Keep doing the single one right thing

It sounds so easy, but it’s what most of us fail at:

Following through with the things we start doing.

If you start using a tip, stick to it and follow through with all the instructions, until you mastered it!

Here’s why that’s so difficult to do:

While you apply something new, your mindset sits in your neck to “moderate” every step that you do.

In essence, that “moderation” has one goal: To talk you out of doing that new thing.

Yes, your mind starts a discussion full of doubts and questioning and what-if’s to pull you back in the land of no-risk known things.

And here’s why “dumb” people have an unfair advantage with this issue:

They don’t listen to the obscure stories their mind creates. They don’t believe in any of that rumoring. And – most importantly – they don’t change their behavior because of this damaging input coming from their minds.

Instead, they just dumb-dull follow the instructions that (evidently) lead to a specific result they want to achieve.

Educate a dumb doer

To make the tips you use work, you have to switch into that “dumb-mode” and follow through with the instructions.

So let’s dive into those instructions!


43 actionable blogging tips you can use right now

The following tips cover blogging for beginners as well as topics for advanced bloggers.

Just read the tip and click into the attached ultimate resource to “dumb-follow” the instructions in detail.

And please remember:

Always follow through and master one tip, before you move on to using the next.

If you stick to the 3 steps we discussed above:

– stop collecting blogging input
– start using proven advice
– keep using proven advice (follow through)

Then I promise that just a handful of the following tips will already cause a huge boost in your blog’s growth!

So, without further ado, here they come, 43 golden tips and tricks for creating your blogging success, ready to be executed by you!


How to set up a blog

#1: Starting with no problem can cause you a HUGE problem. (Go and find your target groups ultimate problem).Click To Tweet

Finding your niche is not enough:

Examine your target group bone-deep. Find out EVERYTHING about their deepest needs.

Once you know what your future customers biggest pain point is, you can tailor your blog for undeniable solutions.

Hint: Dig deep, not every target group’s problem is that obvious:


3 Questions You Need To Answer About Your Target Audience

#2: Make your blog set up a sprint (so you don’t get caught up in the details).Click To Tweet

Once you’re clear about your niche and target group, try to keep momentum with the technical set-up of your blog.

It’s easy to spend AGES in the details of how to start a blog on WordPress or other content management systems; or with choosing hosting and domains.

Don’t let that be you. Just follow through with the available instructions of the pros.

How to start your blog


How to Start a Blog

#3: Choose a “usability first” design for your blog (while sprinting).Click To Tweet

Another big time eater: Gazillions of WordPress themes to choose the best blog design from:

Don’t hunt for the ultimate theme; it doesn’t exist.

Instead, aim for a “less-is-more” one, with a clean design and a great user guidance.

Choose a simple WordPress theme


How to Choose the Right WordPress Theme for Your Blog

#4: Think and act visually from the very beginning (to get the attention of the spoiled content cherry picker).Click To Tweet

Look how the use of visualized information has increased over the past years:

Use of visualization

Source: NeoMam

To stay on top of the game, you have to speak visually in telling stories and add compelling images and visuals to your posts that are hard to resist.

You’ll be miles ahead of the masses if you combine a strong visual tone with your catchy headlines and excellent copy.


How to Find and Create Stunning Images for Your Blog

#5: Avoid plugin paralysis (after you successfully avoided theme paralysis).Click To Tweet

Plugins do so many jobs:

They speed up and secure your blog, manage backups, optimize your blog for the search engines, block spam comments, boost social shares and email optins, …

But how many plugins do you need and which ones are the best?

Again, stop the endless comparisons and use the preferred plugin-sets of the pros.

Set up WordPress plugins


The Essential Guide To Must Have WordPress Plugins


What to blog about

#6: Don’t pioneer: Make use of proven formats and strategies to survive the content competition.Click To Tweet

I know, bloggers are not a competitive species at all.

But, with millions of new posts per day, they have no choice but to aim for outperforming with every piece of content they craft.

Learn from the outperformers and adopt their proven principles instead of reinventing the wheel with risky (and time-consuming) content experiments.

Here’s what content formats get the most shares:

Content types and formats

(Source: OkDork)


17 Techniques to Power Up Your Content Creation

#7: Whatever content recipe you use - always add heaps of UNIQUE and HELPFUL to it (so people can’t help but share your work).Click To Tweet

Even the best proven content tactics are useless if you don’t customize them: Use your strong, unique voice and always serve your readers with truly helpful content.

If you can’t add relevant value with your content, readers will skip it as useless ”me-too junk.”

Define your content strategy


Skyscraper Content the Right Way: How to Truly Help Your Readers

#8: Steal content ideas. Yes, write about what others have written (but from a different angle).Click To Tweet

Don’t only rely on proven content formats like lists, how-tos, infographics, etc.

Do also choose content topics that show proven popularity within your niche.

It’s not the topic where you have to show your uniqueness.

It’s your writing about the topic that has to show your unique contribution.

Create original posts

Content Creation: How to Steal Your Way to a Successful Blog

#9: Don’t make your long-form articles a waste of your (readers) time.Click To Tweet

Yes, we all know the stats:

Long articles perform best.

But, all these top performing long posts you look up to were never written to be long.

They were written to be the most comprehensive and rich-in-value source for a specific topic you could ever imagine.

Long is just a side-effect, not the goal of successful content.

Write comprehensive content


Is Longer Really Better? How Focused and Comprehensive Content Ranks Better

#10: Make your content timeless (cause that's where the passive part of your income comes from).Click To Tweet

With all the effort you put into crafting an outstanding piece of content, make it last.

What’s better than watching steady streams of traffic (and customers) coming in from posts you created years ago!

Yaro Starak’s epic post about the 80/20 rule is a great example of evergreen content. He originally wrote this post more than ten years ago and confirmed to me that it still is his No. 1 organic traffic blog post. Here are some insights on how this magic post performs today:

Create evergreen content

Source: Ahrefs


20 Types of Evergreen Content that Produce Lasting Results for Your Business

#11: Use smart tools and returning procedures to produce a good chunk of high-quality content over the yearClick To Tweet

A smart routine for your content creation – from finding ideas over writing to publishing and promoting – will have huge impact on the flow and the outcome of your content creation.

Use tools like Trello or CoSchedule to make the process and the status of your content visible for you and your contributors.

Here’s how your content creation process could look like in Trello:


How to Produce 300 High-Quality Articles a Year: An 8-Step Process

#12: Emotions drive actions. Speak to your reader's emotions to get their engagement.Click To Tweet

If you manage to speak straight to your readers deepest desires and fears and frustrations, you get their attention, trust and action.

Show your true empathy by using emotional language and strong power words that trigger your readers to take action and build a strong bond with you.

Emotions like awe, laughter, amusement and joy are the most popular ones:

Speak to peoples emotions

Speak to people’s emotions (Source: OkDork)


317 Power Words That’ll Instantly Make You a Better Writer

#13: Use topic clusters to create powerful content satellite systems.Click To Tweet

The future of search engines is context.

In response to that, the future of your blog content are topic clusters that respond to the intentions behind your visitor’s searches.

Try to create pillar posts that are interlinked with a series of contextual supporting sub-posts:

Use core topics

Example pillar post (Source: HubSpot)


Topics Over Keywords: A Simple Framework for More Effective Content Creation


How to master blogger outreach (even if you are the definition of shy)

#14: To connect with your blogging heroes, learn to make highly valuable, unconditional gifts.Click To Tweet

Without any decent traffic and following on your track record yet, you might think you have nothing to offer for reaching out to your blogging idols.

That’s not true.

For example, you can help your idol’s tribe to make better use of your idol’s resources.

If you help someone’s audience to have a more convenient or more efficient experience with that someone’s resources, that someone will highly appreciate you, no matter how newbie you are.

Engage in blogger outreach


How Complete Newbies Can Land Killer Guest Posts: The Ultimate Guide

#15: Don’t forget the power of same level relationships (while maniacally chasing blogging superstars).Click To Tweet

It’s a common trap:

We are so busy trying to get the attention of all the influencers in our niche that we totally forget (and underestimate) the buzz our same level companions can create for us.

Don’t have any blogging buddies yet? Well, just scroll down the posts of your favorite blogging idols to find plenty of “same interest” friendship opportunities in the comment section.

Commenting done right can lead to mind-blowing results:

Blogger outreach via comments

BFF Commenter Technique (Source: IWannaBeABlogger)


1 Simple Blogger Outreach Case Study or How to Find Friends

#16: Don’t engage in blog commenting if you haven’t engaged in the content (and author) above it.Click To Tweet

Yes, blog commenting can really boost your relationship building.

But doing it superficially or even superficially en masse will lead to pretty much the opposite of what you aimed for.

Again, it’s good old (time-consuming) engagement that tips the scale.

Write compelling blog comments


The Ultimate Guide to Writing Comments That Open Doors with Popular Bloggers

#17: Outdo the sources people linked out to (and let them know about it)Click To Tweet

If you put in the work to create a content asset that outperforms the given resources on a specific topic, your out-of-comfort-zone outreach becomes a no brainer.

Instead of fobbing you off, people will thank you for the opportunity to “upgrade” their content with a link to your second-to-none resource.

Brian Dean from Backlinko has invented the “Skyscraper Technique” to create outperforming content. Look what kind of results he gets from that:

Skyscraper traffic strategy

Traffic boost through Skyscraper Technique (Source: Backlinko)


Link Building Case Study: How I Increased My Search Traffic by 110% in 14 Days

#18: Get yourself out of your way (so being judged by others becomes a piece of cake).Click To Tweet

It’s so easy to spend ages with thinking about what others – the influencers we reach out to – will think about us.

But all this thinking doesn’t get your outreach email done. And it also doesn’t influence what those people finally think!

Skip the speculations and focus on what you can create that truly helps them and their audience!

effective outreach


Dominate Your Toxic Fears Of Blogger Outreach – The Ultimate Guide (rapidly build your email list even if you’re an introverted or sensitive entrepreneur)

#19: Do your guest blogging with growing consistency (especially when you pancake your first guest posts)Click To Tweet

It’s so easy to give up guest blogging after your first posts showed zero results.

But every mastery is built on “failures” as part of the process.

You’ll improve with every further post you write. Just expect to gain the laurels with a bit of a delay.

Consistent guest blogging


From Zero to Internet Famous: 42 Lessons from 42 Guest Posts and 12,324 Social Shares

#20: Your guest blogging results are only as good as the research you invest in the blogs you want to write for.Click To Tweet

Yes, research is a returning task for every blog you want to write for.

Whether you like it or not – every blog is unique in its topics, tone, problems and solutions his audience favors.

Your pitches – especially for authority sites – can only be tailor-made unique pieces that reflect that particular blog’s circumstances.

No shortcuts. No schemes.

Buzzsumo is very handy to easily find out what’s hot on your target blog:

Content research in Buzzsumo

What’s hot on your target blog & what even hotter can you contribute? (Source: BuzzSumo)

And if you struggle to find promising targets for your guest blogging – discover guest blogging opportunities on trustworthy platforms that bring top blogs and guest bloggers together in all kinds of niches.


The Definitive Guide to Guest Blogging

#21: A-list influencers have a different accessibility (and spam-exposure journey) than B, C, D-list influencers. Your outreach has to reflect that.Click To Tweet

Masses of bloggers have realized that they have to heavily promote their content to gain traction.

As a result, influencers all around the globe are exposed to masses of outreach messages.

It’s hard for top influencers to not feel spammed with every new hundred of outreach emails they receive every day.

The exact-match use of outreach templates (even if invented by outreach champions) is a no go. It’s again about being special and very value adding.

Here’s an example of an overused outreach template:

customize outreach templates

Source: Ahrefs


I Just Deleted Your Outreach Email Without Reading. And NO, I Don’t Feel Sorry (2017 Revisited)


How to build a list (cause email lists stay while other hyped things come and go)

#22: No matter how novice or blank your blog is: start collecting email subscribers from the very beginning.Click To Tweet

I made this bold mistake myself:

Thinking my blog first needs a good amount of great content before I can start collecting emails from visitors.

Today, I know that many smart bloggers do it the other way around:

They first collect a good amount of subscribers (through guest blogging, for example) to then create great blog content for them!

Start collecting subscribers


How to Start an Email List

#23: Make your free opt-in offer super-duper relevant to your target groups needs (rather than to your own talents, preferences or passions).Click To Tweet

It’s so important to always (re)focus on your audience’s needs for whatever content or offer you create.

If your opt-in bribe speaks to the innermost dreams and troubles of your visitors, your opt-in rates will explode.

Here’ a great example of an opt-in offer that speaks directly to the troubles that keep quite a lot of people awake at night:

Make your opt in bribe relevant

Source: ActiveGrowth


36 Smart Ways To Grow Your Email List 2x Faster

#24: Don’t ask for too much (a valid email address is a big deal of information in this era of data spying).Click To Tweet

Lower the barriers and make it super easy for people to subscribe to your list.

Not asking for too much information in a very early stage of your relationship helps a lot to have the best opt-in rates.

Here’s what a hurdle-free opt-in with a clean and clear message looks like:

Welcome Mat opt in

Source: Backlinko


16 Mistakes Bloggers Make When Building an Email List

#25: Mind the power of good (and bad) call to action: Skip the default button and give it some extra love (and tactic).Click To Tweet

Opt-in templates are very helpful. But don’t forget to customize them!

CTA buttons are a good example for that. Make use of power words and helpful triggers to activate your visitors for the final step into your list:

Create activating call to action buttons

A call to action – calling for your action! (Source: BloggingWizard)


How to Write a Call-to-Action: Wondering What to Put on Your CTA Button? Download Dozens of Ideas!

#26: Note to myself: Add (more) content upgrades to boost email sign ups.Click To Tweet

Get a standard amount of sign ups for using standard sign up strategies OR…

…boost opt-ins with irresistible free extra content people can download in exchange for their email address.

Your top visited pages are the best spots to start the upgrade roll out!

Create content upgrades

Content Upgrade (Source: XO Sarah)


16 Badass Strategies for Growing Your Email List (plus a free checklist and 3 bonus hacks) 

#27: There are lots of other places than your website to collect new subscribers - catch as many opportunities as you can.Click To Tweet

Your website is the most natural entry point to start building your email list, but don’t let it end there.

Your products, social media, online community platforms, influencer sites, your email newsletter – each do offer dozens of additional opportunities to grow your list.

Go and harvest them – your first step could be adding your opt-in page to your social media profiles:

Opportunities to capture emails

Source: Sumo


How to Build an Email List: 85 List Building Strategies (A Sumo-Sized Guide)

#28: Remember: The big money comes from sales you make at the end, not at the beginning of your email funnel.Click To Tweet

First, there was trust… then came the sale.

Your email sequence has to reflect that.

Invest in lots of helping, guiding, educating, proving content in your email funnel before you penetrate offers.

Selling will be an easy, natural consequence of that trust building process.

Set up an email sales funnel


Email Sales Funnels: How to Automate Your Sales


How to leverage the buzz of social media (and other platforms)

#29: For all your social media accounts: speak on an intimate one-on-one level (even more than you do on your blog).Click To Tweet

The way you address people is crucial, especially when it comes to social media posts.

If you want people to take action on the information you share with them, find emphatic and engaging ways to speak to them on a one-on-one level:

Write engaging one on one content

Write in second person (Source: Buffer)


11 Simple Yet Effective Edits to Instantly Improve Your Social Media Content

#30: Stand the temptations of social media (so you soon can pick the fruits of treating it like a business instead).Click To Tweet

We all know it:

Social media still is the biggest distraction challenge for digital entrepreneurs.

Don’t fool yourself with being busy “working” on social media all day long.

Use smart tools to aim for biggest results in least spent time on social media!


The 11 Top Social Media Management Tools I Can’t Live Without

#31: Use Facebook Ads to fill the gap (of traffic, subscribers, likes… money).Click To Tweet

If there are so many free ways to build traffic and grow your audience, why pay attention to strategies you have to pay for?

Bloggers tend to suffer from “monomania” for the free ways to success. As if paying for traffic is against the blogger code of conduct.

But there is no such code. Many smart bloggers have long leveraged Facebook Ads to grow their tribe without a fortune invested.

Here’s a great example for an effective Facebook Ad recipe – 1. Juicy incentive, 2. Engaging image, 3. Intimate ad copy:

Use Facebook Ads for traffic

Source: SmartBlogger


How I Got 532 Subscribers in 43 Days Using Cheap Facebook Ads

#32: Get the basics of Facebook Ads right (so you don’t waste your time and money).Click To Tweet

Even if you don’t invest a fortune – don’t let your Facebook Ad investments be a waste just because you missed out on some of the basics about Facebook Ads.

For example, targeting options for Facebook Ads are awesome, but you have to get them right to turn your campaign into a success.

Choose the right settings for Facebook Ads

How to choose an audience for your Facebook Ad (Source: Buffer)


The Complete, Always-Updated Guide to Facebook Advertising

#33: Republish your existing brilliant content on big buzz platforms (cause it’s free extra exposure).Click To Tweet

What if you could get access to an extra, highly targeted plus big audience without having to write a single word of extra content for it?

That’s exactly what you can do on Medium. Go and steal your own best content to republish it there!

Republish on Medium


How to Get More Traffic from Every Post by Republishing on Medium

#34: Leverage the power of (still) underestimated Pinterest to boost your traffic.Click To Tweet

Pinterest is a monster. If you act smart, you will meet a very big & responsive audience there.

Lots of marketers drive tons of traffic to their site, just by doing the right things on Pinterest.

Why not add one more good traffic stream to grow your audience (and lower the risks of depending on one traffic stream only).

create pinterest boards

Create Pinterest boards that your audience wants to follow (Source: Melyssa Griffin)


3 Essential Pinterest Strategies to Quickly Grow Your Traffic on Autopilot

#35: Grow your audience in juicy 140 characters on a declared death platform (that hundreds of millions of dedicated people still can’t get away from).Click To Tweet

There are two main groups in social media:

The hyped new kids on the block and some methuselahs like…


But, good old Twitter is, against all odds, still a very hot place to build relationships and to get access to above-the-fold influencers.

Don’t miss out on that opportunities.

Buzzsumo offers a nice option to find Twitter influencers based on your topics:

Find Twitter influencer

Source: Buzzsumo


How to Become a Twitter Marketing Expert with $0 Budget


How to monetize your blog – Blogging as a business

#36: For the first year, take your blog out of the sources that have duty to provide your financial basis.Click To Tweet

Don’t expect your new blog to pay the bills anytime soon.

No matter how hard you try, you won’t change the marathon-character of building a solid blogging business.

Get yourself covered with other money streams, so you can focus on building your business without financial pressure.

Make money from your blog


How to Make Money When Your Blog is Brand New: A Practical Guide

#37: Choose the right monetization model (depending on your blogs size).Click To Tweet

It’s a typical overwhelm-topic – so many options on how to make money blogging, but which one suits your blog?

The amount of your monthly visitors can help you find direction.

Hint: If you have less than 1,000 visitors per day, affiliate marketing might not be the best choice.

Look what one of David Siteman Garland’s students has achieved with launching her first online course:

Create an online course

Monetization through: online courses (Source: The Rise To The Top)


8 Powerful Ways to Monetize a Blog That Generates Under 1,000 Visitors Per Day

#38: Before you start creating your own products, build a crash test dummy for them.Click To Tweet

In online business, we are downright spoiled with tons of tools to investigate our target groups.

Make heavy use of them to find your sweet spot in your niche.

Explore your future customer’s true needs; test and prove them before you start building your solutions. It saves you from regretting bad investments later.

Udemy is a great place to check what online courses people actually buy:

Check Udemy for online courses

Source: Udemy


Will It Fly? – How to Test Your Next Business Idea so You Don’t Waste Your Time and Money

#39: Create your pre-tested online course and launch it way before it feels perfectly finished.Click To Tweet

Let’s face it:

Too many online course creators never make it to the launch because they always find something to optimize and add until their finisher-energy has run irreparably dry.

Great online courses evolve from the lessons learned from one project to the next, to the next, to the next…

Create your own online course


Foundr’s Ultimate Guide on How to Successfully Create a Online Course

#40: Make affiliate marketing a side-income, not the core of your business.Click To Tweet

Maybe the golden years of making an easy full-time income from affiliate marketing are gone.

But why not include it as a side-effect income?

If there are excellent products, tools, services involved in the spectrum of help that you offer to your audience, why not benefit from the guidance you give about these helpful products?

Affiliate income report

Reality Check: Affiliate Income (Source: Affiliate Summit)


Affiliate Marketing the Smart Way – a Guide to Increasing Your Passive Income

#41: Do freelance writing and get paid for training your writing muscles.Click To Tweet

Normally, you don’t get paid for guest blogging.

But if you know how to write wildly engaging posts for someone else’s audience, then you are in an excellent position to start charging money for it.

How to do freelance writing


How I Made $600 from One Blog Post (Without Traffic or an Audience)

#42: Make money from your blog as a non-expert (just by knowing who the experts are).Click To Tweet

Don’t feel you’re an expert but still want to build a profitable blog?

Choose the service arbitrage model:

Instead of being an expert, you can take the role of a middleman that brings demand (a group of people with a certain kind of problem) and offer (a group of experts that help solve that problem) together:

Service Arbitrage Business

Source: Entrepreneurs Journey


Introducing Services Arbitrage: The Perfect New Business For Non-Experts Looking For A Laptop Lifestyle Income Stream

#43: Go the extra mile in excellence for whatever blog monetization you choose (YES, it’s been said before).Click To Tweet

Why are those epic blogging success stories so rare?

Because the people who give EVERYTHING to serve their audience are so rare.

Get up to be pally with your visitor’s needs and outdo their expectations in serving them!

Create your own success


12 Blog Monetization Strategies Used To Make $124,074 Per Month


Over to you

Now it’s in your hands:

Will this post be just another one you read (or maybe even bookmark) to then leave it and forget it?

Or do you feel inspired to take immediate action on the blogging tips you found here?

Lots of us are stuck in passively watching others doing their business.

Some of us take massive action but with the wrong, unproven strategies leading to endless circuits.

Few of us have that perfect combination:

  • an unshakeable “execution mode” switched on and
  • a great set of reliable, solid and boldly proven strategies at their hands to focus their actions on, one strategy at a time

If you follow the 3 steps we discussed in the beginning (stop watching, start applying and keep following through) while using the tips of this post, you’re all set for that perfect combination!

And “living” that perfect combination will cause the momentum you need to write your own jubilant blogging success story.

Start applying these tips (or any other proven tips) today to save them from being just another forgotten blogging resource of your tomorrows.

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