What’s So Special About This Era of Millennial Blogging

This Era of Millennial Blogging

millennial bloggingPeople are really into exploring their views with the perfect use of this internet world. Hence everyone has a keen interest in developing a rock solid social presence through a blog.

What’s so special about this era of millennial blogging? Why do people call it a phase of youngsters?

The answer lies within you, your audience, and this virtual world of people connecting with each other from different parts of the world. (These millennials were born between 1981-2001).

Are you a blogger? If not then I bet you surely have thought to start your own blog soon. You also see an opportunity to get known, to share your experience, to help the needy.

Well, everything in this blogosphere contains the powerful strength of the millennials. Don’t you sense the ideas people brought to allure their readers?

As a result the era is yet to be explored with the extraordinary skills of this young blogging generation.

Things People Are Going To Notice In The Upcoming Blogging Future.

Have you ever thought about the new bloggers who are showing their talent with unique content? This is something I would like to consider as growth.

This era of millennial blogging can turn out to be a revolution in writers’ world. The craziness people have is hard to predict.

The passion about having your own world with the perfect score is in its construction phase.

As a result here are some great changes you may notice:

#1. The Quality You Will Adore

First of all every now and then you may read the most basic quote “Content is King”. You may think it’s the only aspect of the quality.

Unfortunately, you’re wrong. The quality of the content isn’t just about how you manage it to keep your visitors’ interest, many other factors are involved.

While you may read about the length of the content, keyword use, on-page SEO optimization but have you ever put a light on the frequency?

“The more you show up, the more will people recognize you”

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Most of all in order to win the hearts, you need to open up different ways to let people know about you. It’s a very busy world with billions of people and you can’t expect to get remembered with seldom efforts.

Consequently it’s all about consistency and this young generation has adopted this fact.

#2. The Respect Everyone Craves For

I am sure you would have noticed a few changes in the today’s millennials’ behavior. They are growing and their level of maturity has been increasing so far.

In the last couple of years, I have learned that in order to be an influencer, it’s crucial to embrace your character.

People need a leader who can understand the importance of helping others and the respect they deserve. How would you react if any newbie just through up the useless advice in everyone’s faces?

As a result that wouldn’t be appreciated. So people are getting the real gem of this professional blogging world.

“A professional ignores the things which can be the reason to waste his/her time.”

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They know how they should behave with an influencer and to forge their reputation, they have a special quality to respect everyone.

I remember the days I used to strive for a better quality post. No one was there to help. But now, you can find people around you who can guide you to the path where blogging success waits for you.

#3. The Balance Between SEO and Readers’ Satisfaction

Most of the blogger have been complaining about the use of black hat SEO tricks for many years.

While bloggers of this era golden era of blogging know what they ought to do for better SEO hence keeping their readers’ satisfaction in the mind.

The guide of a professional blogger consists of the fact to allure your readers with your content whereas SEO professional brainstorm people to focus on it.

“SEO is done with the brain and readers are allured with the heart.”

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But the thing is people are more focused on both than ever before.

Just a couple of days ago, I attended a blogger’s meet which later turned out to be the SEO session. I was a quite thrilled to encounter the approach newbies were taking over.

In addition, this era of millennial blogging passes every aspect of the search engine alluring.

#4. Focus, Focus, and Focus

Every successful person desires to keep the focus on the thing he is really into.

Because sometimes, people might get distracted by some commotions but still, the generation of the youngsters’ have the capability to handle it.

Blogging is a long run process in which people give up on their way. But the rest are the blogging stars who are still keeping their pace to get succeed.

“Success needs someone who is strong enough to handle the pressure of unwanted things.”

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Just a few days ago, I wrote an article about how people are manipulating and flaunting about their no skills.

Therefore you can’t generalize everyone. There are people around you with the real talent who are focused on what they ought to deliver their readers today.

Are You Qualified Enough to Run in this Era of Millennial Blogging

Every time I read an article regarding the fact of blogging growth, I always think about the latest trends and how people are growing.

Yet it wouldn’t be wrong to say that bloggers have an eye of an eagle who know all the conventional blogging methods.

Therefore to be the best, you can’t wait for someone to give you a push. It’s your call. Are you well-prepared to rule this era of millennial blogging?

Futhermore, what are you inspired from? How do you keep your post consistency? What are the ways to craft the content worth sharing? All these questions are in need to get answered. Everyone has a doubt about blogging and its future.

Most of all believe in what you have and embrace your blogging talent.

Finally I’d love to know your answers from the questions above in the comments below. 

(Image of Kids/Balloon courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net)


  • Nishant says:

    Hey, Ravi. Nice post.
    Ove time I believe that blogging has evolved into a perfect channel for people (mostly introverts with amazing ideas) to interact with like-minded people and share their thoughts. A community where people help each other and learn simultaneously.

    A good blogger always knows how to entertain the audience and make sure that he gets what is promised in the title.

    Content is for people, who are well educated and often has good knowledge about the niche they are interested. Always go for 80/20 rule. 80 for sentients and 20 for bots.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Nishant, you said something I always believed in – the 80/20 rule, love it. Thanks for coming by on Ravi’s great post. Have a great day.

  • Hello Lisa and Ravi,

    Man you are everywhere 🙂

    “Millennial Blogging” loved the term. The era is now changing, many new bloggers are coming up with some great creative content and they are attracting more and more traffic to their blogs.

    Indeed commenting and guest post plays an important role in making our position stand out in the crowd and establish good relation with the top bloggers and it too attract the customers.

    Thanks for the share 🙂


    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hey Shantanu,

      Being everywhere is what you should do to build your personal brand.

      People should know the skills you have, the thoughts you have developed so far.

      Millennial blogging is not only about you or me, it’s about the people who understand today’s blogosphere.

      Thanks for your input.

  • Jane says:

    Hey Ravi,

    That’s a wonderful post where you have touched some crucial aspects. Millennial bloggers – I love the term 🙂

    I would like to especially comment about SEO and user friendliness/satisfaction. As I see, most bloggers are too much focused on SEO, that they totally forget about readers.

    But I wouldn’t say that one should not care about SEO either. Please BOTH search engines and readers is crucial.

    Thanks for sharing.


    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hi Jane,

      Good to see you here.

      SEO is vital but not at the cost of your readers.

      If you can maintain it along with the best user experience, you will rock this blogging world.

      Most of the bloggers need to understand the concept.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  • Moss says:

    Hi Ravi,
    Thanks for sharing this amazing article. The insights are well founded in terms of the age we’re living, (Millennial) age. It’s good to know thatas a blogger in this age of time, one has to focus on what’s important and show up more so as to be recognize and create a relationship with other writers.

    Ryan Biddulph points out that he did lots of thatvia guest posting and blog comments which is remarkable. But we also have to understand that it also involves sharing our contents and those of other bloggers as well.

    Once again, thanks you and thank you too Lisa for sharing.

    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hey Moss,

      Showing up more is the key to get recognized. People try hard to spread their wings but only a few of them fly successfully.

      This age is where bloggers are exploring their inner self.
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  • Hi Ravi,

    I dig your emphasis on showing up more. I did this with both blog commenting and guest posting. Versus being a Johnny Come Lately or flash in the pan I show up as much as I ever have across a wide range of platforms. More sales, more traffic, more friends. This is also why I publish 2 posts and 1 travel-themed page on my blog. Which I am due to write now 😉 Thanks for sharing.


    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hey Ryan,

      That’s the basic key to build your authority.

      Showing up the multiple platforms gets you an amazing social proof.

      Of course it leads to more traffic, more sales and more friends.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  • Hey Ravi
    You said truly that this new era of blogging is for youngsters. I have seen 13-14 years old having their own blog which is giving them dollars in return. These kids are managing their life by own and the way they work is outstanding. They don’t have any pressure or any obligations. They are just playing and while playing they are growing as well.
    And Yes, Blogging is a long process and many people quit the game as soon as they do not get anything in return but if you are focused and you have that fire to have your own business over the internet, no one can stop you to become a successful blogger.
    Thank You, Ravi, for the post. Absolutely Loved it.

    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hey Jayant,

      It’s no only about the youngsters, it’s about the quality people are adapting.

      The process of forging a blogging career needs so much efforts on the count of value of consistency.

      I am sure, you’re doing the same.


  • Navin Rao says:

    It’s Always good to know your vision towards Blogging Ravi…
    a blogger needs to focus on writing on something, which the readers are looking for..
    And I do agree with the point, “money can be the priority in Blogging, but “Money shouldn’t be the only priority”.


    • Ravi Chahar says:

      Hey Navin,

      You got it right.:)

      Many people are still trying to figure out what blogging really is.

      They should have a positive vision to have something worthy.

      Thanks for your kind words.

  • Ravi Chahar says:

    Hey Lisa,

    Thanks for sharing the platform with me again.:)

    I have always considered blogging as the most interest aspect of sharing the ideas.

    People are running for the money and somewhere in between the quality has lost.

    In this era, millennial bloggers are bringing new opportunities, new ideas, new paths.

    I am sure, this would change the blogosphere.

    Have an amazing week ahead.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Ravi, so glad to have you here. I’m glad to have a blogger like you from that generation explain it all here to us 🙂 Change is good. Thank you!

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