How to Become a Mommy Blogger

Four Methods:Find a Consistent VoiceTake an Impartial ApproachEngage peopleEdit your posts

The key to being a good Mommy Blogger is the ability to present information in a straightforward, honest way without being overbearing.

Method 1
Find a Consistent Voice

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    Be straightforward. Regardless of the topic of your post, don’t make the readers search for your main message. Have a one- or two-sentence conclusion at the end of each post to help sum everything up.
  2. 2
    Be yourself. If you try to use a voice that you don’t feel comfortable with, it will show through in your writing. Instead, only write about things that you can express passionately, knowledgeably, and comfortably.
  3. 3
    Know your audience. Generally, you should keep your voice professional unless you’re being intentionally colloquial or satirical to make a point. However, this could differ depending on the group of people you want to reach.

Method 2
Take an Impartial Approach

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    Don’t pick sides. To ensure a diverse group of readers, don’t pick a side on controversial topics. Instead, present the issue and take the perspective of a moderator.
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    Allow people to reflect. Present what you see empirically and let others observe and consider. That way, you help them discover their opinions rather than forcing your own upon them.

Method 3
Engage people

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    Ask questions. Post questions at the end of your blog posts. Stick around and reply to what people say.
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    Use Facebook and Twitter. Broadcasting your questions to a larger audience will ensure that they get seen. Don’t forget to link back to your blog!

Method 4
Edit your posts

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    Schedule the post for the next day. Then, you’ll have time to catch and fix any mistakes before others read the post.
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    Read through your post. After writing, read through your post to catch blaring spelling/grammatical errors. Then take some time away from your post.
  3. 3
    Give your post one final look over. Come back to your post before it uploads and double check that you've caught all the errors.


  • Keep a notebook or word doc full of ideas, websites, and contacts to help you when you have writer's block.

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Categories: Website and Blog Creation