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Why Should You Start Blogging

Updated on March 27, 2015

Many people these days own a blog. Still, there a high amount of people who don't blog. If you're one of them, then I will give you some reason on why should you start blogging. People blog for many reasons. It could be because they have a business, want their work to be recognized, start a community or simply just for fun. One of the perks of blogging is that you can earn money.

1. Money

Yes, you can actually make money from blogging. Many people are earning money from blogging. Some have earned a little, while others have earned a lot. The best thing about making money by blogging is that it's a passive income. You'll earn money from your blog even if you stop blogging, but you'll need to write many blog entries. The more blog entries, the more money you'll make. You'll also have to write about an interesting topics or else you'll get no traffic. No traffic means no money. I heard that some people have been earning more than $5,000 per month. To start earning with your blog, you'll have to link your Google Adsense account.

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2. Popularity

Some people like Mad Mike became popular because of his blog. Some people's blog posts have even gone viral. If you're a story writer, your stories could become a big hit. The same goes for poem and article writers. Do you know that Justin Bieber became famous because of his mom's Youtube video. Chances of you becoming famous are also high.

Stress and Social

Do you know that many people like to write about their problem. Blogging is a good way of relieving yourself of stress. Most people also share their life in their blogs. While others have discussions about topics and interact with one another. Your blog could become a place where you could host topics which you would like talk about. Blogging is also like tweeting in many ways. But, blogging can also bring great harm to you. There are many people who'll post very rude and harmful comments on your posts, so beware.

In the end, there are still many other benefits to blogging. This are the ones that I think are most beneficial.This will be the end of this article. Thank you for reading my post and have a good day.


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      3 years ago

      What I found is that I don't even deal with comments on my other blogging platforms. This cuts down on the stress that I feel.


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