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Slowing Down To Win – Superblogger Challenge 2019

Super blogger Challenge Week 3 is here and we are all excited. The excitement is at its peak which is natural. Reading around 50 blogs, commenting on them, sharing them is no mean task. It takes a huge amount of time and energy. Some of us are full-time bloggers and some of us are also juggling with full-time jobs and are accountable for many things at the workplace. So how do you get the best of both worlds? By slowing down.

Why slow down when we can accomplish everything well within time?

A very legit question. Slowing down means not reducing the pace of the fantastic work that you are doing but to enhance the detail of what you are doing. Sometimes we complete a task because it is necessary to complete and not because we would learn from it. Let us learn to learn from every task than merely completing it. That will help us move a few more steps closer to the win.

Slowing down means letting others go ahead in this highly competitive environment

Every blog has its own niche and a reader base. Working towards getting more readers is all about engagement. Your engagement on their blog posts and their social media handles. Instead of commenting on 10 blog posts a day, you can try and get only 5 blog posts commented, but be sure to read the post fully and the comment. A heartfelt and thoughtful comment would certainly gain you more followers. Share tweets that you really mean and do not do it just for the sake of it. Slowing down does not means falling behind, it means doing better work. Better work means better rewards.

Slowing down is boring

I am sure you would agree with me, but slowing down is more of a mentality. You need quality or quantity on your blog is also one question you can answer before deciding the approach. Fast pace may get you more readers for some time but quality content would certainly bring some faithful readers who would remember your each blog post. Life is sorted when your message reaches to those chosen someones instead of reaching to a herd of people who do not even care what is on the blog post. Slowing down is boring but also would give you ample time to think about your blog niche and help you get the most out of your creative process.

Ok, I have decided to slow down now what?

  • Think about your blog niche
  • Highlight your strong areas and write posts accordingly
  • Get your social media engagement right on all platforms
  • Complete weekly activity assignment
  • Check out Super Blogger Academy for more information about SEO, Keywords
  • Create your blogging calendar as per the niche

What are the platforms that would get me more engagement

  • Indiblogger
    • This is the best platform to highlight your best posts
  • The Blog chatter
    • Second best platform to get good readership
  • Ultimate Blog Challenge
    • One of the international platform to get some quality backlinks and some really good friends 🙂
  • The Write Tribe
    • A very good platform to share your blog posts. Yet to explore it fully but worth it.
  • Momspresso
    • Lovely place to share your blog posts. It may not bring a lot of traffic on your blog but yes you get a huge readership.

Super Blogger Challenge is an yearly opportunity to shine on. Do your best but do not let it take a toll on your mind and soul. These challenges should be nurturing the blogger in you not to exhaust you..What do you think?

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20 comments
  1. Deepika

    I love the post really. These points are really helpful to grow as a blogger. Some of the points I have already started following and rest I will definitely try. Thanks for sharing.

  2. NEHA JAIN

    What a thoughtful post, Snehal. I agree with you completely. The blogging challenges are not just for completing the given tasks. The main agenda should be to learn and connect with the like-minded people.

  3. Novemberschild

    Except Momspresso, I am on all the platforms and I have done all the blogging challenges and believe me they bring you amazing organic benefits to your blog.

  4. Sitharaam Jayakumar

    Yes, I agree with you that quality content brings quality readers to a blog. I too feel that there is no point in having a lot of readers who do not even read the blog but just visit and comment for the sake of doing it. Content is ultimately king in the long run.

  5. Kanu

    You described it so well.its not about what winning rather more about learning from this platform..Thank you for sharing some very important piece of information here .

  6. Aritra Chakrabarty

    I completely agree with u. I believe that good content will gradually show n yes it’s tough juggling full time work, along with a novel to work on in my case. But I give my best n let results follow.😊😊
    Wonderful post.

  7. Pragnya Mishra

    I am in a few mentioned platforms and do see the organic results from there constantly. These challenges do bring out our thoughts from comfort zone and learn new skills too. Another rich post from you Snehal

  8. Mann

    Totally agree Snehal. Blogging with a full a time job and a family to take care along with it, isn’t a cake walk…It’s amazing that we people are here…on a journey of learning and growth!
    More power to us. 😊

  9. anupriya

    Wow! with write tribe festival of words just around the corner, I was contemplating if I should jump into it, or slow down and take a break. I think I have my answer now after reading your post. Thank you for such a mindful post.

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