Are you still struggling with the idea of creating and maintaining a real estate marketing blog? For those of you who need a little extra inspiration, I wanted to share a story with you today about Ruth Hamilton. As the world’s oldest blogger, Ruth boldly chose to share her wisdom, beliefs and insights until she passed away just three months short of her 110th birthday. Want more articles like this? Create an account today to get BiggerPocket's best blog articles delivered to your inbox Sign up for free Yet, this was not Ruth’s only life accomplishment. Additionally, she served as the first woman ever in the New Hampshire legislature, worked in real estate and restored old homes, hosted a radio show, lectured across the country, and wrote various newspaper articles. Ruth was truly a remarkable woman, but she lived according to very simple life principles that we can all choose to adopt. Building Your Real Estate Marketing Blog One Step at a Time I believe that if Ruth were still alive today, she would strongly emphasize how much you really have to offer your chosen audience. Here is a woman who never fell short of producing new and fresh content. One glance at her blog and you will discover that she passionately took time to invest in it consistently. Even in her early 100’s, Ruth grasped the power behind utilizing the web to reach out to those she was meant to help. When forced to move into a nursing home as her body (but not mind) began to deteriorate, she didn’t offer up excuses or give up on making a difference. Ruth took action. In a similar manner, investing your time and energy into a real estate marketing blog will help increase your chances of building your business and providing unique wisdom and expertise. Making every effort to offer each prospect high quality and useful information every week will ensure you quickly produce a very strong following. “I Was So Close to Adolf Hitler, I Could’ve Shot Him” Additionally, Ruth placed the importance of getting her video content out on the web above her fears of what she looked or sounded like. All of her submissions were short, sweet and to the point. Yet, each piece always contained some bit of interesting or compelling information that people loved. Because of her care for and interest in people, Ruth will continue to be remembered. She didn’t allow age, circumstances, or fear to hold her back. Likewise, you can do the same for your real estate marketing blog. How has Ruth inspired you today?