How to Start a Blog in 2022 | By Sophia Lee

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Another year, another blogging video! This video is on how to start a blog in 2022 and it’s all about the things I’ve learned in the last four years, and man a lot has changed since then!

I’m giving you some of my best tips that haven’t changed since the day I started, and some that I wish I knew in the early days. I love these how to start a blog videos because the tips really do show how things can change so fast… I mean two years ago, I would’ve never been mentioning tiktok so much hah!

Hope this video gives you some inspo to start your blog this year. Happy blogging!!

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38 thoughts on “How to Start a Blog in 2022 | By Sophia Lee”

  1. Great video and great content! Thank you for sharing! Question: Do you have a recommendation for marketing a blog targeted towards a male audience? Most guys that I know do not frequent Pinterest nearly as often as women.

  2. I started a blog last year and gave up when we had a crazy financial burden. We are still struggling, but I I know its only temporary. I used 36 dollars to try again with Bluehost and will buy an affordable but classy theme. Sending positive vibes to everyone. I have wanted to blog and vlog for over 10 years, but self-doubt and comparisons got in the way. No more excuses, no more regrets. We got this!

  3. This gave me so much information! I really appreciate it! It was the perfect mixture of telling your story while still giving us action steps. I'm going to invest in one of your courses one day!

  4. Hi Sophia,

    I hope you are doing good!

    I was wondering if you do allow paid guest posts and in-content links (link from existing blog post) on your site?

    Please let me know competitive prices for both the above options (if you sell them).

    Thanks & Regards,


  5. I started a YouTube channel, I just created a recipe and eventually I know I need a website for marketing. I’m working on growing my farm and making it an income source so would it be better to have a separate site for blogs and one for marketing the farm? I am no good with technology so this is all so overwhelming. Thank you for this info it’s really helpful!

  6. Hi Sophia. To start, I trust you; It’s simply so apparent that I should.
    Trust like you were my daughter Trust…that kind. And there’s so much NOT to trust on YouTube!
    Beyond this point, I also intend to pattern what I do as you’ve prescribed.
    I really warmed up to tips such as the importance of tying your blog to Pinterest. I don’t claim to know WHY, but it rings clear and true.
    TikTok…I am sore afraid, but…I get it. ALSO, I think there was tip RE a really affordable company to host your website—where you OWN the content on your site; pretty sure you covered this.
    So, thank you!
    I hope I can afford to take your course.
    PS Back to the daughter reference, were you my daughter…I would be broadcasting to the world how proud I was of you! Great work. Sophia!

  7. Thank you! You are amazing! I appreciate your repetition, it’s definitely not redundant! Keep it in your training arsenal, it warns the participants of the importance of your idea! I’ll be looking into your other videos! Again thank you!

  8. Originally I started with blue host like you suggested, but I was really struggling how to even use it. I watched several videos on how to, but it wasn't really clicking. I switched to wix due to it just being more direct approach in functionality. I'm just starting out so I know there is a learning curve. When you say you own your space vs renting, in what ways does that benefit you? Im a point where switching back wouldn't necessarily be a huge pain like it would later on.


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