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How To Start An Event Planning Blog – With No Writing Experience

You’ve been thinking about starting an event planning blog but it scares the sh*t out of you.

After all, what would you write about? Who will read your blog, and why would they care what lil ol’ you has to say?

When I started my blog on June 14, 2012, I had absolutely no experience with blogging let alone writing, and I certainly didn’t have any followers – so thanks for being here! 🙂

I was (still am, actually) really insecure about grammar because as a child I was told I wasn’t good at it, so now I am constantly second guessing myself and wondering if I put that damn comma in the right place (often I (still) don’t!).

My very first post, titled: Event Planning Services: Worth More than Just Money, was written and deleted five times before I finally left it up for the world to see.

Inspire With Your Event Planning Blog

I posted another article four days later, then another, and another…and here we are three years later with about 150 posts.

Our posts have come a long way in terms of content, videos, and followers. But what I realized is that I love sharing information and seeing other people succeed.

The key is to find what you love to share.

For me, I love sharing information from conferences, teachers, mentors, and other entrepreneurs that will help you. I believe in collaboration rather than holding your cards (aka knowledge and skills) tight, and I believe there’s enough room in the event planning industry for anyone to be successful.

Now, let’s talk about how YOU can start an event planning blog today…

If you’ve been considering starting a blog (or newsletter), watch this episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV because I’m sharing 3 tricks so you can take action today.

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