How Neil Patel’s Blogs Helped Me Become A Better Blogger ?

When you are a blogger and writer, learning never stops. You will agree with this belief if you are into the same field. You need to be passionate to learn new things and also to learn from other bloggers, writers, and entrepreneurs who are doing it successfully.

That’s what I do!

Being a blogger and a professional content writer, I keep looking for the resources, tools, and information that can help me become a better writer and a successful blogger.

So one fine day… some 2-3 years back, when I was searching for information about content writing, content writing ideas and related things, I stumbled upon Neil Patel’s blog – QuickSprout. And, I was like “now my search is over”  and I got what I was looking for!  There was an explosion of information, and each and every word was, as if, meant to help bloggers like me.  The blog has posts related to content writing, content marketing, social media marketing and a lot more.  Also, no matter, what level of blogger you are; whether budding blogger or a seasoned one; you will find this blog useful for you.  I have bookmarked this website so that I can check it whenever I want.

Then came And just like QuickSprout, it is also one of the most resourceful blogs that I can look at for the most relevant and up to date information. The most interesting aspect of both these blogs is they are simplified to the core. Neil Patel just picks any of the common problems that bloggers face, research about that and present the step by step solution in such an easy way that one need not scratch their heads to grab the main message. Furthermore, Neil Patel maintains a tone that connects with readers instantly, and he strikes a right chord with his readers. And that is why he convinces readers quite easily and has a huge fan base. is my favorite among the list of blogs that I read. I have added the blog to my Feedly list to not to miss any upcoming post.

Here I want to admit that though I read regularly, I am not able to apply all the tips and techniques he shares.   It may be because I get so overwhelmed about what to do or what not to do with so many tips to apply. I certainly need help in this aspect. Still, I find it useful to read the posts shared at

Neil Patel needs no introduction being one of the top few influencers in the content marketing niche in the online world. He is in the business since his teens and has built four multi-million dollar businesses, and his blogs are received by over 2 million unique visitors a month. Furthermore, he has helped companies like Amazon, Facebook, NBC, HP, Microsoft, eBay, and many more grow their revenues and traffic.

Neil Patel says “If you want to continually grow your blog, you need to learn to blog on a consistent basis.”

Share your views in comments below about how following Neil Patel has helped you grow your blog or strategies that helped you increase traffic to your website.


8 thoughts on “How Neil Patel’s Blogs Helped Me Become A Better Blogger ?

  • October 17, 2016 at 10:15 am

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