Five Things That Winnie The Pooh Can Teach Us About Blogging

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Winnie The Pooh Blogging Secrets

I bet that you didn’t know that Winnie the Pooh had a blog. I didn’t either, at least not until Piglet pointed out that as the self appointed spokesman for the 100 acre wood, of course Winnie would have a blog. After all, how else could The Pooh get all the valuable news around to all the other woodland animals as quickly as he did. Assuming he didn’t stumble across any untended and open hunny pots along the way. Piglet being the earnest small animal that he is, took pains to point out that he had just shared with me the first of Winnie The Pooh’s blogging secrets. It goes like this:

Winnie The Pooh

What Are Winnie The Pooh 5 Blogging Secrets?

1. Blogs Are Fantastic At Spreading Thoughts And Ideas

In fact, blogs might be just about the best way of spreading thoughts that we possess. On top of that, they really are quite cheap to operate, as compared to a TV or radio station, or a glossy magazine publication. In fact, they are much cheaper than bill boards, yellow page ads or large signs painted on trucks and buses. So when it comes to wanting to tell someone something what you have thunk over, or in Pooh/s case, thunk under, a blog is a perfect way to go.

2. You Can Have A Big Voice Even When You Are A Very Small Animal

Winnie and Piglet discovered that although it was very hard for Piglet to talk loud enough to be heard (especially if the larger animals were talking),  it was really easy to tell the others what he wanted to say on Winnie’s Blog. Actually, it was better, because as he pointed out to Pooh, as well as you can point something out to a bear with very little brain, you have time to reflect on your words and change them to the right ones before you push send. “ Ah yes,” said Pooh, “reflect on them. Now what was I saying?”

3. Blogging Doesn’t Take A Lot Of Time

honeyThis is maybe Winnie The Pooh  favourite point. Because as it turns out he doesn’t have a lot of time. What with having tea and eating hunny and dealing with bees, his day is already pretty full. And let’s not forget that he also has to do nothing. Pooh said that most people say doing nothing is impossible, but he manages to do it every day.

4. You Can’t Wait For The World To Come To You

No matter how important you think you are the world may not care. If you are going to wait for them to come to your door, you may have a very long wait indeed. Sometimes you are going to have to go to them. If you have to personally go to each and every other person it is going to take a very long time. If you have a blog, however, you can send your words ahead of you and to as many places as you like, to make sure they have tea ready and a full hunny pot before you even get there.

5. You Never Know With Bees Or With SEO

Because you never know with bees, you have to keep trying different things until you find something that works. It’s really the same with SEO and getting ranked by the search engines. And it is even more so with the readers of your blog. You can’t predict accurately what will prove to be of interest and value unless you try it. The important thing to remember is that just because you don’t know, don’t let that stop you. Just sit and think, and after having thought on it then just do it.

Use Winnie The Pooh’s Blogging Secrets To Improve Your Own Blog

Winnie the Pooh might well be a bear of little brain, but he used it wisely when he created the 100 acre wood blog (with  a little help from Christopher Robin). If Pooh managed to do all that,  just imagine all that you will be able to do.

Till Next Time

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10 Responses to “Five Things That Winnie The Pooh Can Teach Us About Blogging”

  1. Nate Leung Says:

    Winnie the Pooh has some very insightful tips on blogging, that’s for sure. :-)

    It doesn’t need to be complicated. I think often times we get paralyzed from taking action because we feel we need to know everything before we take action.

    Good post Sigrid!

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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    Thank you Nate. As with most things, simple is almost always better.

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  2. Ryan Biddulph Says:

    Hi Sigrid,

    #4 can make you successful, quickly, if you embrace the idea presented. Be aggressive. Get after it by creating content daily and do not forget to promote others and yourself like mad to succeed as a blogger.

    Thanks!

    Ryan

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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    I agree Ryan, in today’s world it is absolutely essential to go to where the customer is.

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  3. sherman smith Says:

    Blogging is definitely a powerful way to get your thoughts and ideas out there. Especially if you want to teach something new that that your readers didn’t know. I like the fact that I can also provide solutions to problems that have been lingering in my readers minds. Thanks for sharing Sigrid!
    sherman smith recently posted…What Is Your Attitude Towards People That Tell You “No”?My Profile

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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    It sure is Sherman. By providing solutions you are presenting yourself as the go to person or expert as well.

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  4. Suzanne Goodwin Says:

    I like this! Thank you

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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    Glad you enjoyed it Suzanne.

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  5. umesh Says:

    I like this very informative

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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    I’m glad that you found it helpful.

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