Create your S.U.P.E.R. blog

 

Blogging is super powerful for your business. I am sure you are fully aware of that. I have been thinking about the word SUPER… the question is, what does that actually mean? What does SUPER mean to you? Does it mean the same for you, as it does for me? Or for your clients?

Your Super Blog

Well, you may never find out, and neither will I. And that’s absolutely fine…

You see, what I’m absolutely sure about, is that you will have the biggest impact with your blog, when you’re working from your very own, personal Blog Magnet: the unique combination of you and your business. Only five characteristics combine into your very own, very personal, very unique S.U.P.E.R. blog magnet.. !

These are the five S.U.P.E.R. characteristics:

Strategic – You want to have a strategic goals for your blogs. You know what you want to share. You know what you want your readers to have, achieve and do. You consciously choose how you offer something of value in your blog posts, and with your call to action you’re making a strategic choice for what you want your readers to share in their comments

Unique – you are a unique person, also in the way you work, and you have your own personal and unique combination of knowledge, experience and style. That is something you can always rely on, and when you make this manifest itself in you blogs, then your blogs posts will automatically be unique.

Personal – you are writing your blog posts from all of what encompasses you: your knowledge, your experience, your style, your passion, your drive to support others with your unique expertise. Let your personality come to life in your blogs, share what you have experienced, where your vulnerabilities lie, what your passion is, which pitfalls you’ve encountered and overcome, and – in doing so – make true and personal connection with your clients, fans and readers with every blog post you write.

Exclusive – you are writing for a specific target audience, whom you know a great deal about; their struggles and issues. You also know how they can transform that with your help. Do realise that your clients have “problems” – yes, they do, and you can read in this previous post how and why! When you write about those problems, issues, fears etc. you will naturally create blog posts that are highly geared towards your specific audience. You need that to have readers reading with true interest, because they will resonate with what’s in your blog.

Relevant – you’re writing about topics that your clients ask questions about. Each question from your client makes a relevant blog topic, purely and solely because your client is asking that question. And you can blindly trust that when one client asks that question, this is a question that many more people have, too.

So….its over to you, now! Make sure you will be writing nothing but S.U.P.E.R. blog posts, from now on. Then, you will have your blog magnet working in a unique way to attract precisely those readers that you  can help and support best. And just to be clear on this: your five S.U.P.E.R. characteristics apply solely to you. You are unique, and so is your Blog Magnet.

Now, I am pretty curious if you can work with this, so do let me know is you wish to use your Blog Magnet to attract more readers. I really want you to succeed with this, so in return for your comment, I will give you a simple exercise to create your own Blog Magnet quickly and easily.

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Live, Love & Leave your Legacy
Saskia
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18 thoughts on “Create your S.U.P.E.R. blog

    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      You’re very welcome, Marielle. And yes, I think you can 😉
      Saskia
      xx

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  1. Veron Goemans

    SUPER is a nice acronym and easy for me to remember. So thank you for that dear Saskia.

    To be honest, I am struggling with the P of Personal. You write “Let your personality come to life in your blogs, share what you have experienced, where your vulnerabilities lie, what your passion is, which pitfalls you’ve encountered and overcome”, but I don’t recognize this in your blog about create a SUPER blog.

    I assume that it is not always necessary to share your own experiences in your blog, but how often do you have to do it? One in three or in a special type of blog?

    I am looking forward to your answer, cause it is a problem for me which I really like to solve.

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      That is such a brilliant question, Veron, and thank you so much for asking this, here, on my blog. The P for Personal is meant to encourage and empower you, not to cause struggles 😉 However, you are not alone in this, I get many, many questions like this, and I even have a specific Intensive for entrepreneurs who wish to weave their personal stories into their blog posts. The Dutch page for that you can find here: https://blogatelier.nl/personal-blog-review-nl/

      Now, to answer your question – there are a number of ways in which you can work the Personal Characteristic into your posts, not just vulnerability and pitfalls you have overcome. Here’s a shortlist of the most obvious personal elements you can share and include:

      your knowledge
      your experience
      your style
      your passion
      your drive
      your vulnerabilities
      your passion
      your pitfalls
      your choice of words
      your sense of humour
      your self reflection

      And you’re right, in this blog post of mine, I have included only some of these. It is impossible to include them all, or to always include the same personal characteristics. The point is… be conscious including some.

      Does this help, Veron?

      Saskia
      xx

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      1. Veron Goemans

        Thank you so much for this great answer Saskia. It helps me more than I can tell. You inspired me enormously. My struggle has gone, I now know what to do with the P.

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  2. Marie-José

    SUPER Saskia, thank you SO much!!! 💝
    I will work with this strategy 😊
    You share so many valuable tips!!!

    Much love,
    Marie-José

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Good to hear, you’ll be working with S.U.P.E.R. blogs, Marie-José!
      Saskia
      xx

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      You’re welcome, Maria… and please do let me know how you’re getting on using this as a guide.
      Saskia
      xx

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Thanks, Paul. I agree with you, on the importance 🙂
      Saskia
      xx

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Thanks, Julia, and how wonderful that you’ve received validation… Keep blogging, and leave your legacy!
      Saskia
      xx

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      You welcome… Thanks for signing up, and I am wishing you many engaging blog posts with it!
      Saskia
      xx

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  3. Jyll Hoyrup

    This is SUPER (pun intended!) and I really resonated with all 5 steps. I’m getting more focused on my Blogging and this article was very helpful, thank you!

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    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Nice pun, Jyll, and even nicer that this is helpful for you. If you have any further questions, you know where to find me!
      Saskia
      xx

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