Blogging Your Way to Specialized Knowledge (Pt. 4)

After getting into full-blog mode you will notice that ideas for blog entries will come easier to you. However, the complexity of the posts depends on how far you want to take your blogging career. As noted, one of the major reasons blogging is such a good idea is to increase your knowledge of a subject that you are interested. You are genuinely interested in–lets say gardening–it will be apparent by your dedication to your blog and how well you maintain it.

If you are simply doing it because there is some type of financial gain and nothing more chances are that blog won’t last because the blogger will simply become disinterested.

Passion and interest are two of the cornerstones of starting, maintaining and seeing long-term success from your blog. As noted in these series of recent blog articles on Your Dynamic Career, blogging gives you a wonderful opportunity to continually grow your specialized knowledge, your industry/blogger network, position you as an authority which can lead to a plethora of opportunities such as guest speaking engagements, authoring books, media interviews, invitation to special events and seminars, guest blogging, and upward mobility in your career!

Clearly the benefits of starting and maintaining a blog on a subject that you enjoy is simply an amazing opportunity to pass up on. If you may be hesitate still because you have questions and concerns do your due diligence–reach out to bloggers who have been doing it for a while, as well as reading informative books, articles and blogs about the amazing benefits of writing a blog.

In this day and age there are so many wonderful resources that will help you learn about the craft of blogging. Try it out on WordPress. Take a few days a week and set aside some time to sit down and write your blog. Focus on what you would like to write about and don’t be swayed by audience or insights relating to your blogs performance.

Write what you want while learning more about what you desire!

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Published by Brian Trota

Brian Trota was born and raised in Toronto. He is a certified Career Coach with a specialization in network growth and job search planning. He's also a published author with a special interest in career development. He founded Your Dynamic Career in 2018 with the desire to help people find a better job and create better career paths. He is currently completing his first ebook. He is based in Brantford. You can contact him directly at:

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