51 Best Blogging Quotes to Inspire the Bloggers

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Blogging needs the inspiration. You may ask what kind of inspiration a blogger needs. The answer depends or varies with the person. It may be an appreciation, meaningful criticism, social share or any other benefit that values to him.

A blogger should have passion towards writing. An inspiration encourages him to produce superior quality contents and explore new horizons in writing.  It also prompts them to learn more.

We’ve listed over 300 inspirational quotes in earlier posts. Now we are going to pick best blogging quotes to inspire the bloggers.

1. Blogging is a great way to show your talents and interests to prospective employers, while adding an edge to your resume. If you blog consistently it shows your dedication, passions and creativity – all of which are key attributes employers look for in job candidates.

— Lauren Conrad

2. Don’t try to plan everything out to the very last detail. I’m a big believer in just getting it out there: create a minimal viable product or website, launch it, and get feedback.

— Neil Patel

3. Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.

— Bill Gates

4. Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone.

— George Siemens

5. When I grew up there was no web, blogging or tweeting. In fact, where I grew up there was not even television! I met a lot of my friends in school and in college, and they are still my friends today.

— Indra Nooyi

6. Great losses are great lessons.

— Amit Kalantri

7. Habits like blogging often and regularly, writing down the way you think, being clear about what you think are effective tactics, ignoring the burbling crowd and not eating bacon. All of these are useful habits.

— Seth Godin

8. The influence of blogging is overall a very positive force in the media.

— Garrett Graff

9. Blogging is great, and I read blogs all day long. However, my goal is really to have a deep, meaningful discussion with people. For some reason, I’m able to accomplish this best via email.

—  Jason Calacanis

10. There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content.

— David Sinick

11. Quality is more important than quantity. One home run is much better than two doubles.

— Steve Jobs

12. Text, images, and video are the paint swatches of 21st-century artists — with a single catch: this form of art has to communicate, engage, and sell.

—  Laura Busche

13. If folks focus in on a niche and own it, there is a good chance they could make half a living from blogging.

— Jason Calacanis

14. The man who will use his skill and constructive imagination to see how much he can give for a dollar, instead of how little he can give for a dollar, is bound to succeed.

— Henry Ford

15. Blogging is hard because of the grind required to stay interesting and relevant.

— Sufia Tippu

16. Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time.

— David Aston

17. I think, when you’re doing a column and blogging every day, you get familiar with the sound of your own voice.

— Alexandra Petri

18. The problem is that with blogging, the model is publish first, maybe fact-check later. In newspapers, the model is you fact check first and then publish. But those models are merging.

— Craig Newmark

19. Developing your blog is a balancing act between appeasing current readers and reaching out to new ones.

—  Scribendi

20. Content is not king – relevant, timely and authentic content is king.

— Bernard Kelvin Clive

21. Blogging isn’t about publishing as much as you can. It’s about publishing as smart as you can.”
— Jon Morrow

22. I started blogging a decade ago because I like blogging. Writing’s a kind of lonely thing to do, and I liked the idea of demystifying the process because I loved it as a kid and teenager and as somebody who wanted desperately to write.

— Neil Gaiman

23. Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic.

— John Chow

24. It should feel genuinely good to earn income from your blog – you should be driven by a healthy ambition to succeed. If your blog provides genuine value, you fully deserve to earn income from it.

— Steve Pavlina

25. Write. Rewrite. When not writing or rewriting, read. I know of no shortcuts.

— Larry L. King

26. If you can learn something new every day, you can teach something new every day.

— Martha Stewart

27. Blogging can generate a great deal of traffic to your online business.

— Fabrizio Moreira

28. I’m fortunate to make any money as a blogger.

— Mickey Kaus

29. I am a blogger – that is an amazing thing for me, because it captures a moment in time every day.

— Mena Grabowski Trott

30. You can get inspired from a magazine, yes, but you can also be inspired from a website, from a street-style blogger, from what people post on Instagram.

— Eva Chen

31. Twenty-five percent of search results for the world’s top 20 largest brands are links to user generated content and thirty-four percent of bloggers post opinions about products and brands.

— Erik Qualman

32. I think it’s essential to engage with your followers. I always used to email bloggers, and no one ever replied, so I try to reply to every comment and question, and although sometimes I regret it when I’m sat on Instagram til 3 A.M., it’s worth it.

— Ella Woodward

33. Would you like me to give you a formula for success? It’s quite simple, really: Double your rate of failure. You are thinking of failure as the enemy of success. But it isn’t at all. You can be discouraged by failure or you can lean from it, so go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because remember that’s where you will find success.

— Thomas J. Watson

34. As a source of innovation, an engine of our economy, and a forum for our political discourse, the Internet can only work if it’s a truly level playing field. Small businesses should have the same ability to reach customers as powerful corporations. A blogger should have the same ability to find an audience as a media conglomerate.

— Al Franken

35. Write what you know.

— Mark Twain

36. Don’t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog that’s great for your readers.

— Brian Clark

37. The future of publishing is about having connections to readers and the knowledge of what those readers want.

— Seth Godin

38. Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing and learn as you go.

— E. L. Doctorow

39. Writing means sharing. It’s part of the human condition to want to share things – thoughts, ideas, opinions.

— Paulo Coelho

40. Writing is an extreme privilege but it’s also a gift. It’s a gift to yourself and it’s a gift of giving a story to someone.

— Amy Tan

41. 99.9% of great bloggers are not awesome on day 1. Their awesomeness is the accumulation of the value they create over time.

— Darren Rowse

42. Way too many bloggers think making money from blogging is like the movie Field of Dreams, where Kevin Costner’s character was told, ‘If you build it, they will come.’ You can build it, but if nobody knows about it, then they’re not coming!

— John Chow

43. No one cares about your blog unless you are adding value to their lives in some way.

— Jonathan Milligan

44. Link building is not just a strategy to increase rankings, it’s also a result and looking at it like that will open your eyes to more efficient ways to build backlinks.

— Dennis Seymour

45. Building a successful blog is like preparing a tasty dish. There’s more to it than knowing what certain ingredients are, and how they taste on their own. Rather, it’s about having a working knowledge of how they fuse together, and why.

— Nathan Ambrose

46. Successful bloggers know a secret. They only write certain types of posts. They don’t waste their time writing a post that won’t bring them traffic.

— Sue Anne Dunlevie

47. I believe that writing is derivative. I think good writing comes from good reading.

— Charles Kuralt

48. Good writing will bring you to places you don’t even expect sometimes.

— James Gandolfini

49. Learn as much by writing as by reading.

— Lord Acton

50. Domain age alone doesn’t grant you authority, and your domain registration strategy doesn’t impact your search rankings quite like you think it might. Your site’s content and the links coming to those pages are what matters.

— Demian Farnworth

51. The Internet destroyed most of the barriers to publication. The cost of being a publisher dropped to almost zero with two interesting immediate results: anybody can publish, and more importantly, you can publish whatever you want.

— Dick Costolo


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