When it comes to running a blog, there’s a lot to talk about! Yet, if we choose the right things to say, and what people really want to hear, we can get a lot more traffic to our quality content. This is where the idea of sustainability comes in. Sustainable blogging is something we could all do a little more of, instead of churning out what we sometimes feel is the same old content that we used to love but have exhausted the topics on. So, with a little thought and practice, we can make a good difference for our blogging business. Here’s a couple of reasons why sustainable blogging is a good online move.
Interview Local Talent
No matter the kind of blog you run, an interview never goes amiss! You can find people in your local area who also specialise in what you write or are passionate about, so bring yourselves together and create a connectivity circle of friends and business contacts.
Boosting the local ecosystem of business in your area is the number one mark of anything that’s sustainable, and it also just feels good to know the best people around you. It can be hopeful to read up on, and inspiring for others who feel the same way but have no ideas or confidence to move in those footsteps.
Write about Eco Living Challenges
Not only does it help the environment, but it also gives you something new and exciting to write about! Eco living is something everyone should try, even if they can’t afford to for a long term period, and documenting your tried and tested methods can give people a helping hand in it.
Do you have a good thrifty lifestyle you think should be shown off? Maybe you’re a huge advocate for recycling and want to bring that information to the masses? Take to your keyboard and write about it! It’s always helpful.
Recycle Your Old Parts
As we mentioned above, recycling is one of the most wonderful things to do for the environment. It’s even better to repurpose them, like giving out any unwanted food to homeless people on the street, as you’re helping out your fellow man and feeling good about yourself in the process.
If you have a broken computer, don’t just throw it away; recycle the machinery for other purposes! You can read up more about why computer recycling is the right thing to do, but honestly it both sounds and looks good at face value! We all know that technology can break down on us, even in our digital information age, sometimes at alarming rates. So when it does, salvage the parts of your old model that still work, and recycle them on for other people to use at a cheaper rate and with parts that often can’t be gotten anywhere else.
Blogging is a good way to bring accessibility to anyone who needs it, so be sure to sprinkle some more sustainable habits into your work life.