Blog for Yoga Health Coaching And Get More Than You Give
Blogging is its own field of writing and to get good at it you have to do it. Blogging though can be lonely. You don’t always get feedback when you start out and it’s tough figuring it all out on your own. One of the best decisions I made for my personal blog was to blog for Yoga Health Coaching. I love it. It’s a fun opportunity to write on health and wellness to expand my reader base. And as you can see below there are a lot more reasons to blog for yoga health coaching.com.
“Don’t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog that is great for your readers.” – Brian Clark
My Favorite Reasons to Blog For YHC
Find what sparks joy and get clear on your message. Writing drives me to think through issues and questions that I really care about. A blog gives me the structure to explore in a deeper way than reading.
The more you explore a specific a niche topic in writing the more you know. People read your stuff and start to get that you are an expert that can drive change.
Attract New Clients
An expert who regularly demonstrates their ability to help attracts people who want that help. Someone reads your blog and says Mary needs help with this. They forward it and Mary contacts you. Blogging is free publicity for your services and expertise.
Add value to the community
Sharing our expertise enriches our community and makes us all stronger better coaches more able to architect change.
Writing stimulates reading and learning, so blogging is its own kind of school. You learn and share to help your community help themselves.
For my website, I write to help people get the information and support they need to optimize their outcome from Lyme disease and other tick borne illnesses. When writing on Yoga Health Coaching, I get to explore new topics and share. This energizes my creativity and keeps me engaged.
Reading other writers work and meeting with them to exchange ideas makes you a better writer. Some of the YHC bloggers are extremely successful and willing to share how they built their readership.
Writing with a group of writers generates opportunities to collaborate. You read a blog that covers something your readers can use. Get on the forum and ask to do a joint blog or for them to guest blog on your site.
When you are just starting out, it is often hard to get feedback, because you haven’t built your community. Writing for a more established platform can get you a better sense of what people need and gravitate to.
It can be tough to build a community from scratch. The more places you show up in writing, the more likely the right people will find you. You really want your people, the ones you can best help to find you.
The structure of the Yoga Health Coaching Blogging group is an example to use to add value and leverage content on your own platform. Figure out the avatars of your audience and write to meet their needs. Make a blog plan and schedule to build momentum.
Editing feedback is way crucial to be sure your message is clear. Editing makes you a better, stronger, communicator. The Editing staff at Yoga Health Coaching is the best. Working with them has improved the impact of my message.
The Editors set up and record training to help all the writers. Training material is focused on the YHC Blog, but it directly applies to your other writing as well.
It must be clear how much I enjoy blogging in general and in particular for YHC! Zero in on one or two of the benefits that you connect to. Writing and blogging are critical tools to help you get your unique message out there. What do you need to help you boost your writing and build your business? Use these benefits to motivate you to blog for your site or apply to blog at YHC and enjoy the benefits of the community and individual support.