Blogging Without Showing Your Face

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I spend the last few days learning ways blogging without showing your face feels. In fact, there are quite a few successful YouTube channels out there (like mine) that are run by introverts.

Can’t think of any blog post ideas to write next? It’s one of the most common questions I hear from bloggers (and soon to be bloggers). Experiencing it can be seriously frustrating…

To find new ideas and a step-by-step tutorial, I’ve watched several bloggers trying to filter Blog ideas to those that might work.

Some bloggers advise starting a website or social media channel as a way to promote their ideas.

Many people want to get started on blogging platforms and become a successful Bloggers. But many of them fear to show their face.

WordPress drop the idea of starting a blogging site for their fear of being seen on videos in YouTube.

How can you get blogging without showing your face?

Answering this question is a great way for your followers to catch up on your journey. Share everything with them. You might just touch someone’s life and nudge them in a direction toward achieving their goals.

Blogging Without Showing Your Face

How’d you start your business or blog without showing your face?

People always want to know how to start out in their niche — the nitty-gritty details on how to do it all. Teach them how to start one of their own blogging ideas that don’t showing their face.

Ask yourself these questions to get an idea on what to cover:

  • What are the steps that I took from A to Z?
  • What things helped me start out?
  • How’d I get more followers on social media?
  • How about email subscriptions?

Starting a blog isn’t hard as it might look. It takes time to reach followers and get a decent number of subscribers but not impossible. Getting decent followers unlocks free info on how to start and make money from blogging.

Great news! You don’t have to show yourself on your videos.

How to promote a blog?

There are influencers or facebook groups with thousands of followers that can help.

Create high-quality images, post regularly, and engage with your audience.

You won’t need to put your face in front of the camera to create a profitable blog and help people build a career.

What top things do you wish you’d known when you first started blogging?

Start by writing a list of the top things you wish you’d known. Just brain dump all your thoughts into that list. Then use that as the backbone for your blog post.

Where do you want your blog or business to be next year? How about in two and five Years?

It can be tough to try and visualize where you’ll be in more than a week, meaning two to five years into the future can be hard to picture. This can be a great time to imagine and dream. Try to be realistic, though. Setting SMART goals really helps. You don’t want to feel overwhelmed when you realize how much is on your plate

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