How to Start A Successful Blog In 2020: In-Depth Step-by-Step Guide

(Last Updated On: September 14, 2020)

There is a big difference between starting a blog and starting a successful blog

Starting a blog doesn’t require any hard work, planning or investment

You can start a blog for free, write whatever comes in your mind, get little to no readership, earn nothing in return and you are fine

I’m sure you don’t want that

The fact that you are here means that you want to start a successful blog

A blog that people read and help you earn enough income to pay for your bills

A blog you can call a business

How to start a successful blog in 2020

I understand that creating a successful blog can be terrifying and confusing

I’ve been there and lost my hard-earned money in the process

That’s why I’ve decided to write this in-depth post for you, I want you to start a successful blog without a hassle

So, this is not just another “start a blog” post that will only show you how to install WordPress and choose a hosting platform

I’m going to show you exactly how to start a successful blog, the right blogging mindset you should have, tools to use, how to create pages in WordPress, how to create your first blog post and everything a new blogger needs

This is going to be fun!

Why You Should Start A Blog

Woman thinking

Love the idea of starting a blog but not sure why you should start?

Well, gone are the days where people used to create blogs for fun

Blogs are now created as a means of earning income

Blogging is now business, not a hobby

That said, the main reason why you should start a blog is to change your life from where it is now and you don’t have to feel guilty about it

As for me, I started blogging because I was tired of living in poverty

I wanted to change my life

I wanted to help my husband pay some bills and put a smile on our kids’ faces by buying them cool toys (used to buy them cheap old broken toys)

You can read everything in details here

Blogging is gradually changing my life and I’m loving it

It was hard for me to have a dollar in my pocket but now in less than a year of blogging I’m already pocketing $100+ every month from my blog

Not much but at least I have moved a step forward from where I was

I want you to tell your own story one day

So, what do you need in order to create a successful blog?

1. Have Self Confidence

Girl confident

It doesn’t matter if you are an introvert when it comes to blogging Confidence is key

I want to share with you these 3 rules that you should implement throughout your blogging journey to help you grow as a confident successful blogger

a) Speak with Authority

Remember when you are blogging you are blogging for a large audience and your audience regard you as their mentor

Don’t show your audience that you aren’t sure about what you are doing or that you think you aren’t capable of helping them

You earn your audience’s trust and respect by showing authority in whatever you do

Keep educating yourself about your niche and find your writing voice and master it

You might consider yourself as a novice but they regard you as an expert, keep that in mind

b) NEVER Compare Yourself With Other Bloggers

I used to compare myself with other bloggers and would end up asking myself that… “who on earth would read my blog?

so and so already blogged about this topic how will I get readers if I write the same topic?

How am I going to earn money…how can I compete with these bloggers?

And you know what? I lost my confidence

Felt that I couldn’t fit in

But I was wrong

Everyone can start a blog and fit in naturally in the blogosphere, you just don’t need to compare yourself with anyone

Don’t worry about that blogger who made $10,000 on her first month, you don’t know how she achieved that

She’s got her own problems and her own story, it’s only that she is not sharing her struggles with you

And also what worked for her might not work for you,

I am not saying you shouldn’t try her techniques if she shares but my point is you shouldn’t compare yourself with her

Take other bloggers as your role models but don’t try to be exactly like them

Believe that you can be successful as who you are.

Be yourself!


c) Your Level Of Education Doesn’t Matter

I started blogging with my pc, free WiFi, my brains and No fancy degree

But here I am occupying my own corner of the internet with you reading my post

Honestly, I am proud of myself!

Having a ‘fancy’ degree is an added advantage, Yes, BUT you shouldn’t worry about it if you don’t have one

Know that blogging is one of those businesses you can start without any degree

I have seen successful mom bloggers without any degree

Remember when you are a blogger you own your blog and no one stops you from blogging because you don’t have any degree

Be confident, as long as you can research, grab every freebie about blogging, make use of what you learn and write readable posts you are good to go

Always remember that you can become successful regardless of your level of education

What’s important is to keep educating yourself about blogging, learn more about your niche and investing in valuable blogging courses so that you build a successful blog

2. The Right Blogging Mindset

Strong brains

Before jumping into the blogosphere understand that:

a) Blogging Isn’t Easy

I am not trying to discourage you but that’s the truth, blogging is hard and so is any other business you might think of

When I started blogging I didn’t expect the road to be hard, used to read income reports of those ‘perfect’ bloggers who earned thousands of dollars on their first month of blogging

That’s not all, I also bought a course which promised that I will easily build my blog and get 50k traffic and earn $5k in my first month!

This was misleading and the course was full of BS

I ended up wanting to quit blogging

I don’t want you to make the same mistakes

Put in some hard work and a lot of time in your blog

And always remind yourself that there is something amazing waiting for you

The first few months are going to be hard but things will become easier as your blog matures

b) You Don’t Get Rich Quick

As I said earlier, you need to put in a LOT of hard work to build a successful blog

All those successful bloggers you are now admiring, worked hard for their business to grow

They didn’t set up their blogs and wake up the next morning with a six-figure income

Focus more on researching, publishing more content, networking and marketing your blog, that’s a lot of work eh?

The good thing is after all the hard work…money comes in naturally

Always remember if you don’t work hard it will be very hard to find your way up

c) You Will Succeed

Have a very positive mindset

Understand that as any other blogger out there you will also succeed

It doesn’t matter that you are going to build your blog today,

Know that in years to come you will be telling your own story

All those successful bloggers started somewhere

They all went through ugly and painful days but you can only witness their beautiful days

If you ask them you will be surprised at what they went through, but they kept going because they believed in themselves

They believed that one day they will succeed

Don’t try to be perfect, learn from your mistakes and keep going

I made countless mistakes too

Don’t be afraid to try new things and don’t be afraid of failing

Be afraid of quitting not of failure, turn on the positive mindset and believe in yourself, #successawaits

3. Figure Out Your Niche

Taking you back, when I was worried about my income, a friend advised me to change my niche

I don’t blame her, I am the one who told her that my niche (blogging) was too competitive so obviously, she encouraged me to change a niche and I did

Bought a new domain name and was excited, I thought I was going to nail it

But you know what? I failed miserably,

I only wrote one blog post and I didn’t enjoy researching anything relating to that niche

Tried to drive traffic from social media but it didn’t work

Learnt that I should focus on a niche that I am passionate for regardless of the competition

When you focus on your passion:

  • You enjoy every milestone
  • You don’t give up
  • You enjoy learning new things
  • You are patient
  • Success comes in naturally

So how do you find your passion?

As for me, I found my passion after taking a wrong way,

It made me realise that I have a passion to help aspiring bloggers build their blogs

I love writing tutorials, testing and reviewing blogging tools

To avoid going the same route as mine, I want you to figure out your passion in a simple way

What is it that you spend a lot of time thinking about?

Something that you enjoy doing or love reading, talk and maybe hear about

Is it baby care? Programming? Or some DIY stuff? That’s your niche!

After you have figured out your passion/niche find out whether you can monetize it or not

Don’t waste your time on a niche that isn’t profitable unless if you just want to blog for fun

But the fact that you are here means you want to create a profitable blog and work from home

So do your research on Google or Facebook and find out how folks are making money on that niche

You have figured out your blog niche now what?

4. Set Up Your Blog

You have come a long way, now it’s time to set up your blog

This is exciting! and you know what? It’s very easy

Some links in this section are affiliate links. I may earn a small commission to buy toys for my kids if you use these links. You will not be charged extra. I only recommend high-quality products and I don’t recommend them based on the small amount I earn if you decide to make a purchase

But before the fun begins let me introduce you to the main pillars of your blog set up:

  1. A domain name: A domain name is an address that folks use to find your blog and I recommend buying your domain name at Namecheap because it’s cheaper
  2. A blogging platform: A blogging platform is a software that you will use to publish your content on. There are lots of blogging platforms across the net but I personally use and recommend because it’s free, secure, SEO friendly and gives you more options to customize your site
  3. WordPress Hosting: I like to think of a WordPress host as an apartment that I rent for my blog lol. I mentioned earlier that WordPress is software right? so a WordPress host is a place where your WordPress will live for it to start functioning. There are countless hosts out there, some are good and some are horrible so I have picked two hosts that I recommend which are Siteground and Bluehost. They’re affordable, fast and you get 24/7 support

In this post, I’m going to show you how to create a blog with Siteground (because that’s my host)

That said, Here’s the first step you need to take before setting up your blog:

a. Create A Custom Domain Name

Setting up a successful blog requires a custom domain name for example


The reason is simple, to look professional

Using a custom domain shows that you take your blog seriously, that you’re willing to spend a few bucks on it

And your readers will easily take you as an authority on your topic

And another advantage is that you will be able to create a domain-based email, for example, yourname(at)

Cool, isn’t? now let’s proceed

As I said earlier your domain name is going to be the address that folks will use to find your blog on the internet

So show your creativity when creating your domain name

Make sure to keep it short and simple to make it easy for your readers to remember

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b. Choose A WordPress Host

It’s crucial to choose a perfect host for your blog, the last thing you need is a slow loading site and poor support

My first blog was hosted on Wealthy affiliate,

I don’t wanna lie, everything was okay (the load speed, the support etc) but their hosting plan was expensive to me

They offer Affiliate Marketing training and the fees for the training is inclusive to the hosting as well

So I had to pay $49 every month!

This affected my progress BIG time because I couldn’t focus more on my blog and the training

I was focusing more on finding money to pay my host

And I was frustrated when my blog made 40c and then $1 the following month…to spare you the details…

I did a lot of research and Siteground is the best host you can ever find if you seriously want to run your blog with ease and on a low budget

UPDATE: Due to the advanced services that Siteground offers the startup hosting is now $6.99/month, I know this is a bit pricey to some, if you can not afford Siteground you can host your blog at Bluehost which is cheaper it’s $3.95 a month

I highly recommend Siteground but if you prefer Bluehost follow this guide and learn how to start a blog with Bluehost

How To Start A Blog With Siteground

When I moved to Siteground it was $3.95 a month but now it’s $6.99 but trust me it’s totally worth it

Frankly speaking I don’t blame them for increasing their prices

With Siteground you get:

  • Free SSL certificate
  • Free CDN
  • Free Email
  • Backup
  • 24/7 support
  • WordPress auto-updates

Siteground is powerful (never looked back ever since I moved to Siteground)

The only downside is that you don’t get a free domain name, you get it for $15.95

If you can’t afford to purchase your domain at Siteground you can still purchase it at Namecheap and host your blog at Siteground

My domain name registrar is not the same as my host

If you decide to buy your domain name from Namecheap follow Namecheap’s guide on how to change DNS for a domain and point your domain name to Siteground

Ready to create your blog? let’s get the party started!

Step 1: Choose A Plan

There are three plans on Siteground:

  1. StartUp
  2. GrowBig
  3. GoGeek
Choose a hosting plan on Siteground

Many bloggers recommend the GrowBig plan due to the added functionalities especially the Super cacher which will help increase your site loading speed

Another advantage of a GrowBig plan is that you can create multiple sites whereas you can only create one site with the StartUp plan

Don’t worry if you can only afford a startUp plan (I started with a StartUp plan), a Siteground startUp plan is 2-3 times faster as compared to higher plans of other hosts

Do you want access to everything Siteground has to offer? Then the GoGeek is for you

Hover over the highlighted links and see the features of each plan

Step 2: Choose Your Domain

We have already discussed your domain name if you already have one click I already have a domain and type in your domain name

If you don’t have an existing domain click Register a new domain and click proceed

Siteground domain registration fee is $15.95/year

Enter your domain name

Step 3: Fill Out Your Info

*There is no PayPal on Siteground payment options but they accept PayPal, you will have to contact them first*

When you click proceed you will be directed to a page where you will have to fill out your information and make a purchase

Fill out your information

Note: When filling your purchase information make sure to pick 12 months or more in order to get the discount

You can uncheck the extra services if you don’t have enough bucks, they are listed at the bottom of the hosting services

Select 12 months or more and uncheck the extra services if you can't afford

Now click on the box to agree with Siteground Terms Of Services and Privacy Policy >> click Pay Now

Paying for your blog hosting

Woohoo! your blog is now hosted on Siteground, this is the greatest achievement!

that was quick eh?

Now let’s install WordPress

Step 4: Install WordPress

Installing WordPress is as easy as A, B, C so don’t worry if you are non-techy you are going to nail this

First, on your User area >> click My Accounts >> Go to cPanel

Click My Accounts and Click Go to cPanel

Now head over to the auto installers section and click WordPress

Under Autoinstallers select WordPress

This is where we are, now click install

Install WordPress

The next step >> fill in the required details for your WordPress blog, remember to use a strong password

The final step >> press install and you are done!

Congrats! you have successfully created your own blog, yay!

Now the fun part, let’s install a theme to design your new blog

Step 5: Install A WordPress Theme

Themes are meant for designing your blog

They make your blog look beautiful or ugly

So be sure to choose the right theme for your blog

That being said some beautiful themes are poorly coded and they might hurt your site SEO, be sure to check the theme ratings, reviews and downloads before using it

Here are a few themes that I’ve tried and recommend:


Astra a free WordPress theme

(my current theme) I LOVE Astra, It’s a simple, lightweight SEO friendly theme and has more customization options as compared to other themes

Blossom Feminine

Blossom feminine a free WordPress theme

If you want your blog to have that beautiful feminine look without hurting your site SEO then Blossom feminine is for you.

I love the that it gives you an option to show your post’s last updated date without using a plugin and it also has slides

Now let’s Install our theme:

Go to your WordPress dashboard and click Appearance >> themes >> and click add new

click add new to add a WordPress theme

Type in the name of the theme you want to install in the search box

Next click install to install your theme

Click Install theme

Once your theme is installed click activate and that’s it

You now have a beautiful blog

But that’s not all, we need to install a few WordPress plugins to improve your blog’s functionality

Step 6: Install WordPress Plugins

There are more than 50,000 free WordPress plugins available in the WordPress directory and thousands of premium plugins as well

Plugins are applications that allow you to easily improve your WordPress blog’s functionality

They make your WordPress experience easy,

You can add more widgets on your blog, add contact forms and optimize your entire blog for SEO with the help of plugins alone

You can do various customizations with plugins

In other words, there is a plugin for everything

To upload a plugin in WordPress: On your WordPress dashboard >> click plugins >> add new >> type in the name of the plugin in the search box >> click install and then activate: Here’s a full post on how to install plugins

Here are 5 free WordPress plugins you should start using from day 1:

WPForms (For Contact Forms)


Once your blog is up and running you need a contact form to allow your readers and fellow bloggers to contact you

Unfortunately, lots of beginner bloggers don’t add a contact form on their blogs

No one knows why but I guess they think nobody will bother to contact them since they aren’t famous

That’s all wrong

As I said earlier bloggers and your readers will contact through your contact form

When Valentina of featured on her blog she used my contact form to contact me and my blog was only 2 months old

So it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been blogging there is someone who will definitely want to contact you, this means a contact form is a must-have

The good thing is it’s free and easy to create a contact form using WPForms a WordPress contact form plugin

Follow this step by step guide on how to create a contact form using WPForms and create your own contact form

Yoast SEO (For Optimizing Your Posts For SEO)

Yoast SEO a WordPress SEO plugin

When you are a blogger you write your blog post for search engines and humans

And you need to optimize your post for search engine bots to ensure that humans (your readers) will find your post in search engines such as Google, Yandex and Bing

Yoast helps you with almost everything you need to optimize your blog for SEO and it’s free

I’ve covered the basics about optimizing your post for SEO in this post on how to rank #1 on Google with a new blog

MonsterInsights (For Google Analytics)

Monster Insights a WordPress Google Analytics plugin

As a blogger, you need to track your blog traffic so that you can understand your reader’s interests and behaviour

To get that information you need to create a Google Analytics account (it’s free) and link it to your blog

Follow this guide and learn how to set up your Google Analytics account

Google analytics stats are a bit confusing when you are new, luckily Monster Insights is created sorely for you to understand your stats

It displays Google Analytics directly on your WordPress dashboard in an easy to understand format

Follow this guide to learn everything you need to know about Monster Insights

Social Pug (For Social Sharing Buttons)

Social Pug a WordPress social sharing plugin

Have you ever visited a blog that shows share counts on every blog post?

Or that has social media icons on every post?

I’m sure you did, these blogs use social sharing plugins so that folks can share their posts

There are lots of social sharing plugins out there but I recommend Social Pug

Because it’s lightweight, simple and easy to set up

UpdraftsPlus (For Backup)

Updraft Plus a WordPress backup plugin

All sites across the internet have a high risk of crushing or getting hacked

This means there is a possibility of losing your entire site anytime

To avoid such a painful experience you need a reliable backup plugin

And UpdraftsPlus is the best backup plugin that is easy to set up and it’s free

Other Useful Plugins

There are lots of useful plugins that I didn’t mention here are 4 other plugins that you need:

  1. Image optimizing– Images are larger in sizes than text and they can slow down your site. You can use EWWW Image Optimizer which automatically optimizes your images. If you choose Siteground then you can use a built-in plugin for Siteground users that will optimize your images
  2. Caching (performance) pluginWP Rocket is the easiest and beginner-friendly caching plugin that you can use, but if you become a Siteground user you don’t have to install any other performance plugin, you will use Siteground’s caching plugin which will speed up your WordPress blog as well
  3. SecurityWordFence and Loginizer are security plugins that will block hackers and malware from getting into your website
  4. Widgets– If you use a free theme you won’t have as many widgets as you wish and BlossomThemes toolkit is a free widget plugin you can use that has cool widgets like author bio, Pinterest, popular posts and many more

Step 7: Add Key Pages On Your Blog

There are important pages you should have on your blog from day one

To add pages on your blog, go to your WordPress dashboard >> click pages and click add new to create a page then hit publish

You can create as many pages as you like using the same method that I’ve shown you

Here are the key pages you should add ASAP:

  1. About Me Page– Let your audience know who you are and how you can help them
  2. Contact Me Page-This a page where you will add your contact form so that your readers, bloggers and brands can contact you, learn how to create a contact me page in WordPress
  3. Privacy Policy Page– Protect your blog legally by creating a privacy policy page for your blog. Get a free Privacy Policy Page here

Step 8: Create Your First Blog Post

Now that your blog is all set it’s time to create your first blog post

To create a post: on your WordPress dashboard >> click posts >> click add new and write your post then hit publish when you are done

4 Things To Do Before Publishing Your Blog Post

As a blogger, you don’t just write a blog post and hit publish instantly here’s what to do

a) Proofread: It’s natural to have typos on your blog posts so you need to proofread your post and correct your spellings, punctuation and grammar errors before publishing it

Proofreading all by yourself can be a bit risky because you’ll definitely miss some errors and if you are an English non-native like me (who is still learning English) you might use wrong words and think they’re okay because they make sense to you

For example, I often use where instead of were or vice vesa

Imagine if I publish my posts before proofreading and you read a sentence that goes: folks where exited about there new version of WPForms; embarrassing isn’t it?

Luckily there is Grammarly a helpful proofreading tool that I use and recommend, it’s free and it corrects grammar and spelling errors

b) Add Visuals: People love visuals if you add videos, images and gifs on your blog post they will likely stay longer on your site

You can find lots of videos and images on Google but not all of them are free or allowed to use

This means if you use these images on your blog you might end up getting sued

To protect yourself from the lawsuit:

  1. Get free high-quality stock photos on Pixabay and Unsplash
  2. Get gifs on Giphy
  3. Make your own videos or embed them from YouTube

c) Make Your Post Readable: Most readers access the internet via mobile phones so you need to write short paragraphs

Aim for 1 to 3 sentences per paragraph

And add subheadings throughout your post, learn how to rank on Google with a new blog

Step 9: Drive Traffic To Your Blog

Nobody knows about your site unless they visit and it takes longer for you to start getting traffic from search engines

So you don’t need to wait for Google’s blessing, luckily you can get free traffic from social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Simply create your account on one or two of the platforms and start promoting your blog

If you already have accounts then add your blog URL on your profile

Another platform that I highly recommend you to use is Pinterest

Pinterest is more of a search engine than a social media platform

Create a business account on Pinterest and start promoting your blog, got my first 1k visitors from Pinterest alone

Step 10: Get Expert Blogging Education

There is more to creating a successful blog than what I’ve mentioned here

I’ve only mentioned the basics of starting a successful blog that will help you get your blog up and running

But you need to get trained to become a successful blogger

And to get authentic blogging knowledge you need to purchase blogging courses from trusted bloggers or platforms

I don’t want you to waste your money on crap courses like I did when I was new

To make it easy, I recommend joining Wealthy Affiliate an all in one platform where you get blogging knowledge, social media, affiliate marketing training and also network with like-minded peeps

Though I no longer host my blog at WA I still recommend it because it helped me when I didn’t know anything about blogging

And It’s free to join (has a forever free plan) and will cost you $19 if you decide to upgrade on your first month and $49 thereafter

The good thing is, you will automatically become a Wealthy Affiliate affiliate when you join

This means you will earn money if you refer folks to WA

In other words, you will earn while you learn, read more about Wealthy Affiliate here

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Happy Blogging!

Start working on your blog like nobody’s business!

No matter how hard this journey may seem, stay strong and positive

Don’t forget to leave your blog URL below I would love to visit your new blog

Do you have any questions? feel free to ask I am ready to help

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29 thoughts on “How to Start A Successful Blog In 2020: In-Depth Step-by-Step Guide”

  1. Thank you so much for the helpful content! We just started creating our blog, and this was one of the most helpful posts ever! What sites do you recommend for auto pinning/reposting?

  2. Dominique roache

    Most helpful! Thank you very much and I will definitely use these tips you have shared and I wish you all the best.

    1. I’ve read a ton and I mean a TON of ‘How to Start A Successful Blog’ posts and this is by far the best and most informative one I’ve read. Thank you so much for your advice and tips. You rock!

  3. ohhh thank you so much for the guideline Zayacy. i’ve been meaning to create a blog for a while but i didn’t know when to start. thank goodness i saw your guideline this early this means i can start working on my own blog right away.

  4. Hi Zayacy,
    Excellent! really I appreciate your writing strategy. You have described here step by step the total guideline a blog. That’s why I love your article. I think your easy guide is very important to start and Success a blog. But it takes a long time for a website to succeed.
    Please Suggest to me, which Niche is profitable and It would be great to start a blog? Thanks a lot.

    Best Wishes,
    Anita Jacobi

  5. Thank you, Zayacy! I found this article extremely valuable and appreciate the aspects you covered in this comprehensive post from mindset to strategies to resources to how to’s.

    I can tell you do the legwork of writing content for and filling in the gaps where other blog posts fall short.

    I recently started a blog over at and am looking forward to applying these tips—thanks again for the encouragement!

  6. dominique roache

    This is the BEST blog post for beginners, you have helped me tremendously to start my blog I am so thankful for your help. I was frustrated with setting up my blog but then you give me hope after reading and following your detailed instructions my blog is 75% ready, THANK YOU!

  7. Hey Zayacy,
    Very insightful post about starting a blog. This will surely help those who are in search of a detailed guide about how to start a blog.
    Keep up the good work.


  8. Gergana Nikolova

    Thank you so much about that amasing post.
    I would like to ask you if you start earning money from your blog
    how does it work? Do we tax the money ourselves or what exactly happens? Thank you again!

  9. Hi there! 🙂

    I just came across your blog today and i have to say I love it!

    The design is so clean, the font easy to read. Just a wonderful experience.

    Your posts are also so well detailed and shows you actually know your stuff.

    I’m definitely sticking around because I’m a newbie in need of some serious learning.

    Thanks for sharing and God bless!

  10. Hi, I am on Wealthy Affiliate too!

    And I am still learning, I have a few posts ranking on Page 1 and I am happy!

    Will bookmark your website for more learning.

    1. Hi Bee, it’s good to hear that some of your posts are already on page 1, congrats dear! it’s not easy to get there when you’re new the guys on Wealthy Affiliate are pretty good on teaching how to rank

  11. Hi ZAYACY. Thank you so much for providing this super exciting information on how to start a blog and make money

    I want to ask one thing; Is there an alternate source to make money online through blogging instead of AdSense and affiliate marketing.

    1. Hi Amit glad you like the post, yes there are lots of ways to make money with your blog, you can offer services, write sponsored post, create and sell your own products to mention but a few. I can’t least them all here, I will write a full post with all the ways you can make money with your blog

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