4 Things Bloggers Can Do to Help Other Bloggers (and themselves)

Being a style blogger is a lot of fun! I enjoy meeting new people, collaborating with amazing brands, and constantly learning new things. It really has been a crazy, fun journey getting to where I am not. However, there have DEFINITELY been so not so fun parts of this journey… like a lot of them! Some of them were just part of the learning curve and I moved on. Other parts are an ongoing battle. Today, I’m sharing 5 things bloggers can stop doing that make our own and everyone else’s blogging experience difficult!

Stop the Follow/Unfollow Game

Oh my goodness. This is without a doubt the most obnoxious thing bloggers do to each other. It goes a little something like this: Blogger uses a bot to follow other Instagram users who might be interested in their content and follow them back. Once they get the return “follow”, the bot goes back and unfollows the user that just followed them. Sometimes this process takes days, other times, it takes only an hour. Either way, it’s obnoxious and needs to stop no matter how much “growth” a blogger gets from it.

Not Sharing Blogging Tips

I get it, giving away information that helped make you successful seems counter intuitive. And it is. However, sharing knowledge and success stories helps make our world go around, both inside and outside the blogosphere. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve reached out to other bloggers and asked how they accomplished something and they blow me off with very basic advice or “you’ll figure it out.” Last I checked, helping other people build their blogs up never hurt your own!

Quit Comparing Successes and Timelines

I am the worst for this. I literally scroll through my Instagram feed comparing my posts to other bloggers and wondering why I don’t have as many followers or get as many likes. Or wonder how she did it so quickly and why I’m growing so slowly. Honestly, sometimes we hold ourselves back with these thoughts. And I’m trying harder not to compare myself to other women that I admire. I’m learning to accept ME.

Be Supportive of Each Other’s Blogs

Lastly, we grow and become better bloggers when we lift each other up! Last year I joined a great group of girls through Style Collective that are so supportive and willing to share blogging tips and genuinely wish the best for others. If you’re interested in joining us, here’s the link! Style blogging became so much more fun for me when I found these girls.

Keep blogging and keep your head up! Share this with your blogger group so they know they aren’t alone in this journey!

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19 Responses to 4 Things Bloggers Can Do to Help Other Bloggers (and themselves)

  1. Emily says:

    These tips are great! We should all support each other!

    Emily
    withstyleandgrace.net

  2. Love all these tips! totally agree with you, is all about supporting and empowering each other
    xoxo Astrid
    allthingsastrid.com

  3. Linda says:

    This honestly is so spot on, especially being supportive of each other. There’s always room for others. There’s always room for success at the top!

    Linda

  4. SassyTeacherChic says:

    Great post! I really like the point about not comparing your success with others sucess. You get nowhere doing that!

  5. This is an awesome post. Thank you for sharing. I am a believer in sharing all you know too! Have a great day!

  6. I agree with most of them! Wrote also a piece on my blog while displaying my love for Pink.πŸ’•βœ¨

    Ariannne

  7. Great minds think alike! I wrote something similar to this. These are great tips πŸ™‚ I believe having a great support system is VITAL in being successful.

  8. Hi Liz…You have stopped by my blog too…and I totally support what you are saying here…I also live in the Dallas area…I was wondering if you could email me simpleandcozylifestye@gmail.com. I have a question I prefer to talk through email. Thank you…for time!

  9. Alissa_G says:

    This is spot on!!!

  10. susie40s says:

    It says a lot about the kind of person you are that you are willing to share what you have learned with others! Thanks!

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