This is exactly what I needed to organize my multi-faceted blog posts. A HUGE thank you to Ben Huberman at The Daily Post for directing me to this amazing concept and helping me feel a little less stressed about choosing a single topic.
We all deal with blogger’s block sometimes. But what about the opposite, when you have dozens of things you want to blog about? Are you going to turn your audience off by blogging on a range of topics? How can you have a focused brand if your posts are all over the map?
You had your focus all along!
Some blogs take a narrow look at a particular subject, because of the blogger’s interests and goals. Others are wide-ranging reflections of their authors’ interests. If that’s you, it doesn’t mean your blog has no focus — it means the focus is, essentially, your point of view.
(Does that sound self-centered? I think about it like this: I blog not because I think the world needs Michelle’s Precious Opinions*, but because telling my stories connects me to other people in a way that makes both our lives richer.)
*They are pretty great opinions, though.
We’re drawn to blogs…
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