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Blogging Tips from the Avengers

by Nancy Parker

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If you loved the hit Marvel superhero movie The Avengers as much as I did then you too have an appreciation for great films. But beyond just the cinematic experience I was inspired by the characters themselves. They all had such distinct personalities. Those personalities actually match up pretty well to blogging tips I have come to discover through the years. While that may sound a little farfetched to you, let me explain:

1. The Hulk – Be passionate. The fist thing that you have to remember about blogging is the passion behind it. No one can be a successful blogger if they do not have a passion for their blog topic. To me none of the superheroes had as much passion as the Hulk. As he shared, the secret to his strength was that he was always angry. Well, I will share with you the secret to a great blogger. Always stay passionate. Love what you write or do not write it. After all, if you do not love what you write then why would readers want to read it. Anyone can tell when you are just throwing junk out there. Remain passionate about your blog or find new ways to express that passion to keep your blog alive.

2. Captain America – Stick to what you know. Captain America has to be one of my favorite superheroes ever. I mean, what is not to like? He is loyal, dependable, follows order and tries to do the very best he can. Those are all admirable traits. But the trait I like best is that he sticks to what he knows. He may be stuck in the past but that does not hold him back. In blogging the same idea should hold true. Just because you do not know everything about a subject does not mean you have to give up blogging about it. In fact, the best bloggers often are learning all the time. If you simply share what you know then you can’t go wrong. Personal experience is the best way to write a great and interesting blog.

3. Iron Man – Do not be afraid to be cocky. Okay, so Tony Stark is annoying. He’s arrogant, rich, prideful… and funny. All these traits that would typically be off putting somehow come together to make a truly human man out of a metal suit. When you blog you have a choice. You can be mealy mouthed and wishy-washy or you can go cocky with it. Be confident in what you know. Even when you are wrong you will still be confidently wrong. People respect confidence. No one wants to read a blog full of “ums” and “I think” and “maybe”. Instead charge ahead with what you write. You may end up being corrected but at least you will not be ignored.

4. Hawkeye – Keep your eye on the target. Poor Hawkeye. To me he was far outclassed by the rest of the superheroes, but he did have one major thing going for him. He always kept his eyes on the target. In blogging you do not have to be the biggest fish in the pond, but you do need to have a target in mind. Know who your target audience is and find ways to reach them effectively. Create a free website if warranted, know what your blog’s niche topic is and stay in it. Those on target efforts will help to make your blog more productive and profitable in the long run. After all, what good do a hundred arrows do if they are not aimed? It is better to have two arrows aimed well then a hundred scattered to the winds.

black widow5. Black Widow – Have a thick skin.Whew. For the only female superhero in the group this lady has to be one tough cookie. Think about it. She goes head to head with the Hulk and survives! But the thing I found most astonishing about her is how she could use her “weakness”, her emotions, against the bad guys. Instead of being hurt and upset when people were mean to her she used that to learn and grow. That is a great trait for a blogger to imitate. Not everyone is going to like you or what you say. You need to get over the hurt feeling and learn from the critics. If they are right then change what you are doing. If they are wrong then ignore them. Just do not let a few cranky or picky people ruin your love for blogging.

6. Thor – Make friends wherever you go. Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we may die seems to be Thor’s mentality. Who would not go along with such a large and imposing figure? Something I really liked about Thor was his ability to make friends. Sure he was not too good at it at times, but he did not hold a grudge and really tried to get along with everyone. Even his no account brother. The same idea can be applied to blogging. A great blogger knows that they are not alone in the world. They should try to connect with their fellow bloggers, even ones that are competitors. If you can learn to share strategies and readers then you can both profit from it. Even if your fellow bloggers are hard to get along with you can still be a friendly presence and offer a sense of community to the group. You never know when you may have to band together against a bigger foe.

7. Loki – A little planning can save a lot of effort.Yes, Loki was the bad guy. Yes he was a trickster and trouble maker. However he had one thing going for him. He could sure plan well. His plans were intricate and well thought out and that is a trait we blogger should strive towards. Having an ultimate goal in your blogging can help you to waste less time and get more done. You have to really plan ahead to accomplish this, but planning is a good thing. All the best businesses are planned well. The more you treat your blog like a business, the more profitable it will be. Yes enjoyment is still a good thing, but if you want to make money off of your blog you will have to use strategy as well. Know your opponents, know your readers, and plan accordingly.

8. Agent CoulsonGet the facts. If there is one thing to admire about bureaucratic paper pushers is that they are thorough. They get all the facts lined up before they ever make a move. This is a good idea in the blogging world too. If you write about something controversial or even something important it is a good idea to back up your post with facts. Use references and link to valid sites. This can help to increase your blog’s creditability and shows that you really care about what you are writing.

9. Nick Fury – Know when to hold them, know when to fold them.To be frank, Nick Fury kind of scares me. More than any of the good guys or even the bad ones Fury knows how to work the system. He holds his card tight to his chest and does not show them to anyone until the time is right. A good blogger knows all about timing. There are times when it is good to post and times when it is better to wait. There are times you need to just get something out fast and times you need to hold back until the whole story unfolds. Work on your timing to become a really great blogger.

10. Pepper Potts –Work harder than everyone else. As Tony Stark’s assistant poor Pepper is always second fiddle, but she does not let that get her down. In fact she works harder than her boss to make things right. Sometimes life is not fair. You may be a great blogger but you are not getting the recognition you deserve. Do not let it get you down. Instead work even harder. Just think about it this way, when it does come together you will have the best blog out there and you will be prepared for anything.

So, is there any superheroes above that you can relate to?

image credits: marvel.com

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Nancy Parker was a professional nanny and she loves to write about wide range of subjects like blogging, health, parenting, child care, babysitting, nanny, www.enannysource.com/ etc.

Nancy has written 1 articles at iBlogzone.com



April 5, 2013 at 9:46 pm

The ever best way of explaining blogging tips i have ever seen. You are absolutely right passionate writing perfect SEO and effective promotion will makes a successive blog. I really appreciate the way you used to convey the information. I am also looking forwards to more posts from you.



April 6, 2013 at 12:14 am

Creative article. I don’t know which superhero has the best tip. The Hulk – be passionate is the foundation of anything, especially blogging. Well written article!


Utkarsh Bhatt

April 6, 2013 at 7:48 am

This is quite original stuff. I never bother to watch movies, but now after reading this post, I think that getting inspiration from anything is possible. You just need to think about this in a different way. Time to watch Avengers.



April 6, 2013 at 12:37 pm

How creative! You just showed us that we can find inspiration in everything we see or do. And very well explained. I liked the “stick to what you know part”, it is always important to grow and keep on learning everything about a subject. Time to watch this movie I guess 🙂

5 Ryan Biddulph April 7, 2013 at 4:14 pm

Hi Nancy,

Captain America might be the best example. Simple works. Stick to what you do and do it better than anybody. CA was the glue holding the team together. He was not flashy, or brutish, or phenomenal in any way, but he had humility, he was driven, and most of all, out of any of the bloggers, he did the right thing. Love your analogies here.

Captain America intended to do the right thing. He was honest. As a blogger you face the urge to make the quick buck by lying. Avoid this tendency. Do the right thing. Help people and make friends. Do this, be persistent, you make a powerful impact online.

Tony Stark is another fun example. Be confident. Even if you are borderline arrogant, this beats sitting at home, typing away at the keyboard with zero confidence. People feel your fears and stay away from your blog. Believe in you and blog with this belief.

Thanks Nancy,



Connor Harley

April 7, 2013 at 5:38 pm

This is one inspiring post coming from the characters of the superheroes. This only proves that the films are not just for the kids to enjoy, but also for adults to learn the right values in order to reach success.


Duyu Nimey

April 8, 2013 at 4:00 am

Hi Nancy
Nice tiltle “Blogging tips from avenger” , i like the Iron man tip the most “Do not afraid to be cocky ” 😀



April 8, 2013 at 6:19 am

Hey Nancy, you drew a good comparison between the avengers and bloggers, I really liked the way you put it up. This blog will help people realize a lot of features about others, which they couldn’t while admiring their favorite superheroes. Thanks for sharing the post.



April 8, 2013 at 7:42 am

Darn, Nancy! I thought you had the” REAL AVENGERS IN THE FLESH” here!

I had a load of questions already written down for them, especially regarding all those “top of the line” super powers they possess, and where I can get some for myself…

Oh, well! I’ll have to make do with Blogging related questions and banter now!

Nice run down of the qualities possessed by the included Avengers characters, and how we can mirror those same qualities when needed, with our blogging and online activities in general…


Nishant Srivastava

April 8, 2013 at 4:17 pm

Buddy you are really a creative genius , this is the most interesting and unique post I have ever seen on blogging :), Add some more marvel super heros like Batman 🙂


Rahul Kuntala

April 8, 2013 at 5:27 pm

Great post.

That’s it!

P.S: Read it from the scratch (after a very long time) without skimming even a word!



April 8, 2013 at 7:35 pm

Ha ha ha, This made me chuckle, what a great way of looking at blogging.

Thanks for making me laugh. 😀



April 9, 2013 at 7:47 pm

Incredible article. Who would have thought of creating a creative blog in relation to The Avengers? lol. Major props!



April 10, 2013 at 10:15 am

I like this post. Very unique way of representing something new. Iron man is so cool.
Waiting for 3rd part .



April 11, 2013 at 4:44 am

Nice post Nancy, what I actually liked about this article is that you have not considered only the good guys but you even took the villain i.e. Loki into account. I personally believe in this thing, we all have some good and bad points, irrespective of things we do.



April 11, 2013 at 5:48 am

Hey Nancy,
Nice post and I really like the way you write this post. I really like the point of hulk and Thor that we have to passionate about our job and making relations with other is also an important part of blogging. Thanks for sharing this post.

17 Kyron April 11, 2013 at 7:09 am

My favorite Avenger is Ironman, he gives me inspiration in case of blogging too. His knowledge about tech pushes me ahead to widen my horizons of blogging and to use the latest tech advents for my benefits.



April 11, 2013 at 11:55 am

I love avengers, especially Hulk. The articles is really creative & informative. To be honest I read only after reading the title. Really liked you style of writing, I’ll be a keen follower of your blog. Good post, thanks for sharing.



April 12, 2013 at 6:43 am

I want your next post to be based on Superman & Batman lol. This is the most interesting and unique post I have ever seen on blogging. I like the Character of Hulk & very well you have described his characteristics. Good post, thanks for, sharing.



April 17, 2013 at 11:42 am

I just opened this post because of the title but you really made some valid points. Btw I would like to learn blogging from iron man 😀
Thanks for the post dude!



April 24, 2013 at 5:31 pm

I dont know about SEO but I love Avengers the movie.

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