We’ve participated in the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge. Many of us do the BlogHer NaBloPoMo daily blogging challenge. There are dedicated bloggers who diligently post every day through the Ultimate Blogging Challenge, which is on right now.

Have you ever stopped to think why you should blog daily? Have you noticed the benefit of posting daily on your blog?

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I can straight away think of 20 benefits of daily blogging

  1. You become a better writer
  2. You conquer blogger’s block or writer’s block or whatever you want to name it
  3. You become more disciplined
  4. You’re brimming with ideas
  5. You build your blog’s content
  6. Your blog gets more traffic and you grow your audience
  7. You get more comments
  8. Your search engine ranking improves
  9. Your Alexa rank gets better and better
  10. You get more backlinks as you connect with more people
  11. You connect with more people and who knows what opportunities that may bring
  12. You build your community
  13. You create strong relationships
  14. You establish yourself as a committed blogger
  15. Popular blogs invite you to guest post
  16. You get valuable guest post invites
  17. Your earning potential increases as you become sought after for blogger-outreach programs and therefore, earn more revenue
  18. You command a larger audience.
  19. You are better informed
  20. Your blog is happy and so are you

Which of these benefits have you experienced?

Please share in the comments. And if you can add to this, please do!

Now, on to our Wednesday prompt.

Here it is:

Talk about five blogs you enjoyed visiting over the last two months and why. Share your thoughts about them. Link to them. And let them know so they can come visit you.Β 

Add the link to your post to the linky below.

Looking forward to reading your posts!

Published by Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury is a happy work-at-home Mom,writer, editor and business blogger, and social media explorer who takes one day at a time. She enjoys sharing what she learns and showing her diabetes who's boss!. She loves coffee, books, music, cooking, DIY, people and life. Her hobbies are collecting smiles and inspiring happiness. She thrives on information overload. She blogs at Vidya Sury, Coffee With Mi and Your Medical Guide and tweets as @vidyasury

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  1. Fantastic points here, Vidya. I agree. I am quite keen on trying out blogging every day and not just for a challenge. However, the power (and life!) situation here at present is keeping me from that.
    Thanks for another fab post, pardner! πŸ˜‰

    1. Thanks, Pardner! Do you remember how we used to post almost every day in the beginning? It worked then, and it shall work now. Here’s hoping that the power situation stabilizes soon. πŸ™‚ It will, too! At least “life” is in your control to an extent. πŸ˜€

  2. Thanks for sharing those valuable advantages Vidya. Absolutely agree to the fact that blogging on a daily basis does help in all aspects. I personally found that pt 14. More than any other fact, I love the point that blogging daily makes me a committed blogger which is the dream πŸ™‚

  3. One of the advantages of daily blogging is that it makes you focus on the smallest details of life which otherwise one would have ignored to see, notice and watch. e.g. a sparrow sitting on sill on south side. alliteration.

  4. I admire anyone who can blog every single day, but, it’s not for me. The AtoZ Challenge really wore me down and keeping up such a pace regularly would not contribute to my happiness in life. I already spend way too much time online as it is! πŸ™‚ Kudos to you, Vidya, and everyone else who writes daily posts (and they’re all great posts, I might add). It would seem too much like a chore, (or horrors! a job), to me. Different story if one is dependant on blogging as a main source of income, I think. This is something I may pursue after retirement from the dog business. Cheers and Happy Blogging! πŸ™‚

    1. πŸ™‚ Debbie, oddly enough, not having the pressure of blogging for a living makes it easier for me to keep it up. God knows how stressed I might get if I had to ensure every word paid off πŸ˜€ Still, blogging is fun. I think the stress of “what to write” blocks most people from even attempting to write. Let it flow, is my philosophy. And it does. πŸ˜€

      1. Blogging is fun and I’m all for letting it flow, just not every single day. πŸ™‚ Everyone is different and for me, that would quickly turn it into a grind. Always enjoy your posts, Vidya. You rock!

  5. Oh yes no debating the benefits of daily blogging. Also, the more you write the more you know what to write about. That’s a resolution I need to stick to. Lovely post Vidya.