Books for bloggers: 7 must-reads+bonus

It’s a blooming time on the world of non-fiction books for bloggers. If the fact that roughly 95,000 blogs are launched worldwide every 24 hours is true, here is a problem – how to make your blog special? To create a blog that will stand out from the crowd is a challenge nowadays, and all these books (the most interesting and popular ones, in fact, there are hundreds of them) help you to do it in their own ways. Each of them has something you will love – bright photos, creative design or really useful tips about the techniques and the whole creative process.

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Enjoy, it’s reading time!

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1. Blog, Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community

According to the reviews, here it is – the most popular and useful book for bloggers who just started, have some crisis in work or just curious (it’s always a good time to learn something new, right?)

2. Blogging for Creatives: How designers, artists, crafters and writers can blog to make contacts, win business and build success

it’s not all about the profit and fame, think about the creative part of the process first.

Blogging for Creatives is the first approachable, non-techie guide to the blogosphere, complete with hundreds of tips, tricks and motivational stories from artistic bloggers who have started from scratch. It covers everything creatives need to know about how to design a beautiful, interesting blog that people will want to return to again and again.

3. Blogging for Bliss: Crafting Your Own Online Journal: A Guide for Crafters, Artists & Creatives of all Kinds

Tara Frey made an excellent, bright and colorful book about the perfect blog and the whole online community. If not a must read, then a must-see (oh we love this design) for sure!

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4. Blogging For Writers: How Authors & Writers Build Successful Blogs

The great illustrated help for beginners. Not so much useful tricks or something you didn’t know already (come on, it’s blogging after after all, we’ve all been there), but so easy and pleasant to read.

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5. How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog

If money is all you are interested in right now, this book (among hundreds of others) is a perfect choice.

6. Blogging: Blogging for Beginners: The No-Nonsense Guide in Putting Up Your Own Blog

Check Amazon to get it almost for free. This easy to follow guide will help you if you are a curious, serious beginner in blogging, who wants to make everything right.

7. The Badass Blog Planner: Your guide to defining your purpose, creating clarity, and building a year of killer content

The great workbook for creative people who need to be more organized, revise the work they’ve done or plan something for the future. A little bit expensive Must-have for aspiring bloggers.

Packed with over 60 worksheets, this book will help you review the past year and hatch a plan to improve your blog content, social media, products and services, email newsletter, marketing, advertising, budget, and website design.

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BONUS: EPIC BLOG: One-Year Editorial Planner

Not exactly a book, but a useful tool for bloggers with exercises and strategy worksheets, along with a reader persona exercise. This perfect planning assistant in black helps you maintain focus in your writing and be more serious about your work, topics and deadlines.

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Read, enjoy and remember – practice makes perfect! So don’t hesitate, start writing right now!

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