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Hello there, Newbie Blogger!

So, there you are, just having started Blogging, all armed with a brand new blog and ideas, raring to go! I am guessing you are writing away every day, if not every other day. Doing up your blog, changing themes and fonts, et al!

How do I know, you ask? Haven’t I been a newbie to blogging too? Of course I was, when I started blogging way back in 2004! Yes, all those years ago!

So what do the experiences garnered in all these years qualify me for? In a good place to share a bit of advice, I’d say. Just some friendly talk, arm over your shoulder, sharing a chai and conversation, with you and Blogchatter.

There are so many things I’ve learnt over the years I’ve been blogging and there is so much I’d like to share but the one important thing I would insist upon is find your writing voice. A writing voice is an author’s signature, the style that makes your writing unique. Click To TweetYour writing voice is your attitude and personality which introduces YOU to the world. Your writing voice should be unique to you. So that people can identify it whenever they read it.

If you’re a consistent and hard-working blogger you may reach great heights, and that is when you’ll realise how important a writing voice is. People can emulate your ideas and your posts, but if you have cultivated a writing voice they will never be able to copy that. Your writing voice is what will distinguish you from the rest.

Start writing, let the words flow. Let them tumble over each other as they do. Keep writing, until you find a writing style that you are comfortable with. A writing style that brings out the best in you, no matter what topic you may be writing on. Make that your signature style, your writing voice. Stick to that.

May the Muse always be kind and may you achieve all your blogging goals. Go, write!


Written as part of #ChatterPrompts for Blogchatter

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  1. You revealed the well guarded secret from the 36th Chamber of Blogging for the newbies like me, Mayuri! A heartfelt thank you for that.

    1. Love your descriptions, Anagha! Thanks for reading and for the constant encouragement!:)

  2. Thanks a ton for this descriptive post and the generous tips.

  3. Writing is your attitude and introduces your personality to the world. This is the way I feel. And I always try to be transparent through my writing.

    1. Thanks for reading, Geethica:)

  4. Totally agree with you, Mayuri! It’s really important to be true to your own voice. To develop your own style and be original!

    1. Thank for reading, Tarang:)

  5. I completely agree with you. Writing voice distinguishes us and hard work takes us places. Be patient and just write.

  6. Coming from the veteran, this is certainly good advice. Find your voice, how true!

  7. Experience always helps one and all no matter at what stage you are at. So much more to learn from you Mayuri.

    1. Thanks for reading, Manisha:)

  8. More than a decade of survival in the blogosphere is no mean task, M. Kudos to you!
    My takeaways from this post would be ‘Consistency’ and belief in my ‘writing style’… Much thanks for the post 🙂

  9. interesting motivational post

  10. I must tell you Mayuri- you have an authentic voice when it comes to writing. A nice read and helpful post for newbies.

  11. You said it like s pro Mayuri. Hard work,consistency and finding your inner voice is what matters. You are blogging since 2004!! That’s pretty amazing. A versatile blogger you are!

  12. Thanks for sharing your experience Mayuri ji!
    Yes, hard work and consistency are always key to success in any profession.

    1. Thank you for reading, Ankit:)

  13. Mayuri Nidigallu Vaishali

    Love the write voice tip.. So true.. It is like I’m having a conversation with you..

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