There are few tips that will help you to bring back the motivation for blogging:
Blog for yourself first and then for others
One of the first and most common mistakes new bloggers make is copying someone else’s style. Your blog is your personal space and reflects who you are and your individual voice. You may not attract thousands of fans in a day, month, or even in a year, but if your blog post helps even one person, your creativity has paid off.
Just stay put and write whatever interests you in this field.
One of the biggest misconceptions about blogging is that there is no point in writing about topics that have been written hundreds of times before. But this is not true.
The truth is that a new Internet user is born every day, and your blog can be among the first sites a new user will find. You can be the one to teach them everything they want to learn. This is how power is built.
So, in short, stay in your niche and write for yourself.
Start with the basics then move on to more advanced topics
Many bloggers make the mistake of starting with information that is too advanced for beginners.
To create, interest, and engage your readers, you need to have a wealth of content that keeps the reader hooked on your blog, meaning that what you write should help them understand your topic.
The solution to this is, relax and plan a content strategy for your blog. Jot down all the topics, from the basic to the most advanced, that you can cover. This helps the newbie who ends up in your blog to learn something new. And as your blog evolves in terms of content from beginner to intermediate to advanced, so will your readers.
Blog without any materialistic view
There is always a motive behind blogging. When you blog with financial motives, you lose sight of the most basic fact about blogging.
Your blog is your personal space, and you should write anything that interests you, on the topics that you understand and are interested in. Sooner or later, like-minded people will find and follow you and will love to learn new things from you.
Don’t blog for money or to build a following. Blog for yourself and make your passion your way to become a top-notch blogger.
Forget social networking and focus on blogging
Use social networking sites to create connections in real life. It will benefit you to connect with and learn from the right group of people. It will not be focusing on what other people are doing and comparing yourself to them.
If you are using social media just to share links and as a result you expect hundreds of people to reach your blog, it won’t.
Your blog commenting efforts will be more beneficial. Comment on other related blogs; Not only can you drive targeted traffic to your blog, but you’ll end up creating a lot of real connections.
Have a blog business plan
It is very important to have a business plan for your blog. If you want to make money, you have a plan to make money. Create a content generation plan, blog monetization plan, marketing plan, growth plan, etc.
Over time, your blog plan will change according to your readers and the needs of your readers, so adapt your plan accordingly.
Remember that success takes time to grow, and you cannot be the next big thing in a day or two. You need to work hard and be smart to be successful.