A Crucial Tip For Every ‘Blogger'(2 min read)

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Blogging was never easy and still it isn’t. Maintaining a good blog with good number of consistent followers is not easy. You have to work hard, you have to create some original content pretty valuable for your readers. You have to be careful using the ‘title‘ for your blog posts. It must be catchy enough to persuade readers to your blog. You have to use ‘tags’ logically in your blog posts. So the conclusion is, you have to be consistent in all of these things to make your blog pretty famous.

But not everyone has too much free time on their hands to post on blogs consistently, especially while working part time jobs. This situation demands some help on your behalf. If you begin to feel swamped by the responsibility of writing several blog posts per day while also interacting with your blog’s readers, you might consider hiring or adding the help of blog contributors. You can also invite people you know on WordPress, if they are willing, to write post on your blogs.

You can do so by going in your WordPress dashboard, click on the option ‘People’ and you can add members on your blog along with the assigning of their roles. There are many roles a user can play on your WordPress blog:


An administrator has full and complete ownership of a website, and can do absolutely everything. This person has complete power over posts/pages, comments, settings, themes, plugins, import, users – everything. Nothing is off-limits, including deleting everything.


An editor can view, edit, publish, and delete any posts/pages, moderate comments, manage categories, manage tags, manage links and upload files/images.


An author can edit, publish and delete their posts, as well as upload files/images.


A contributor can edit their posts but cannot publish them. When a contributor creates a post, it will need to be submitted to an administrator for review. Once a contributor’s post is approved by an administrator and published, however, it may no longer be edited by the contributor. A contributor does not have the ability to upload files/images.


In this way you can shift your workload and at the same time, can make your blog a ‘reputed’ one. Let me know if anyone wants to be an ‘author’ on my blog. I really need some help.


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