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Very new to the world of blogging, any advice?

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I created my blog yesterday. There is nothing to it yet but one little test post. I am having the hardest time with the aesthetics of it. I myself am an all things Halloween type of person. Quite dark in my personality. All of which I am perfectly fine with. :) As i was looking  through themes in wordpress of course i managed to sniff out a couple Halloween-ie ones. Would that really work all that well with a beauty blog though. Besides just overall major nervousness about sharing with the world this is my biggest headache right now. Any thoughts on the delicate balance of presenting a blog as close to your personality as possible while not taking away from the subject?

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Well blogging should be about a mix of your personality and information on a particular topic, do don't hold back on your personal style of writing or emotion, let it all shine and be genuine!

 

As a blogger myself, the best advice I can also give is to create relationships with other bloggers, offer to write stuff and see what they can offer in return. Build these relationships and you'll always have a place to write beyond your own blog.

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Make your blog reflect your personality which will give it originality. If you stay true then your followers will see your authenticity and will appreciate it so much more. There's a lot of people copying other blogs but if they can showcase themselves through the blog then there's greater potential.

Also make sure you're consistent with your posts, I feel that is key!

What is your blog url?

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