I sincerely believe that in order to be the best you have to learn from the best.
One of the cool features of the International Blogger Championship Tournament is the opportunity to learn from the best bloggers on earth.
In preparing for this years tournament I thought it would be a great opportunity to hear from the best in the biz on a very important topic, success.
So, I contacted a handful of the top bloggers on the internet and I asked them one question:
What is the most important skill to becoming a successful blogger?
Here’s what they had to say:
Ian’s blog RazorSocial.com was ranked #46 overall in the 2014 #IBCT.
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“Be authentic. With so much hype and encyclopedia-like content floating around the web, people long to connect with genuine, authentic people who have shown their primary goal is to help their audience. The main reason many bloggers fail is they are trying to be carbon copies of other successful sites instead of finding their own voice and approach.”
Lisa’s blog 2CreateAWebsite.com was ranked #44 overall in the 2014 #IBCT
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Zac’s site BloggingTips.com was ranked #33 overall in the 2014 #IBCT.
Also, Zac has a second site that was nominated for the tournament #94 ZacJohnson.com. Zac is the ONLY blogger with two sites ranked in the #IBCT.
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Avinash’s blog kaushik.net was ranked #49 overall in the 2014 #IBCT.
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Brian’s blog BackLinko.com was ranked #27 overall in the 2014 #IBCT.
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I have to exceed your expectations.
I can’t say how excited I am to share a tip from one of my favorite bloggers personally because she has the courage to step up and talk about the most important topic of all:
Vani’s blog FoodBabe.com was ranked #56 overall in the 2014 #IBCT.
Now it’s over to you.
I have found that many times people fail to succeed because they are not willing to change.
They start out with an idea of “how it all will happen” and when it doesn’t go that way they get discouraged.
I want you to be successful so I want to encourage you to think like successful people.
Accept that if you want something you’ve never had you absolutely must do something you’ve never done. Welcome change and GET busy but before you do share your opinion on this important topic, success.
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