Almost every blogger had an issue with the consistency of their blog because blogging is not an easy task. And in order to be great in this field, you have to work out for it.
With that, I have gathered a few exceptionally useful insights and techniques from some of the best bloggers in the world to keep you in motion and in the correct path.
Do you feel like a subdued blogger?
Did you know that accountability is a great motivator? So in order for you to surpass the feeling of discouragement, tell someone about your plans. You can tell it with another blogger, tell your wife about it, and publish it on Facebook or Twitter. What’s important is to tell someone about your campaigns and ask that person to hound you in the next few days. In that way, you become accountable to that person to fulfill your plans.
Darren Rowse speaks a lot of this in his blog. Check out his tips.
This might be the nastiest thing you’ll ever do. Although here in the Philippines, particularly my province, frogs are delicacies. But what if it’s your job to eat or you’re being paid to do this on a daily basis?
Actually, my post for today is not really about frogs or eating something exotic. It’s about task management. Now how does that relate to my introduction?
I know you will agree with me that you will always have too much to do in so little time. And the fact is, you will never get caught up. What I found out is that, the only thing that can get your time under control is to the degree that you stop doing things.
Side by side projects, pending updates, client requirements, deadlines and a shouting boss. Do you understand what I am saying?
How many times did you post your frustrations in Facebook about having so little time and yet there’s still so many things to do? I did, quite some times. I believe no one is exempted from experiencing this at least once in their life.
So how do you deal with it?
First of all, does earning big time dollars from blogging real? It’s true my friend. It’s true…
Making money online is one of the most lucrative income generating ways to make a living. And in the Philippines, I am here to test and expose that there is money in blogging.
Unfortunately, for some security reason, I do not deliberately post my earnings in this site though my topic is about making money online. I can show you tips and trick how blogging and earning works. But not my earnings.
But you need a proof, right? To see is to believe… Yeah, that’s what they say. But sorry, like I said, it’s for security reasons so I hope you understand.
Luckily, I know somebody who publicly announces his income in blogging. Every month, he has this “end of month” report on his blog featuring most of his stats. Like: Page views, site updates and changes, ups and downs, and his earnings. It’s like a report card of his activities for the past month.
You earn dollars equivalent to the hours you trade
In trading hours for dollar, it’s “no work no pay”. You are paid in equivalent to the time you spent working. If you don’t work, you won’t get paid. So the way to earn more money in this mode is to trade more hours.
The problem in this mentality is that we loss the reason why we want to earn money, that is to spend it with our family and friends. But unfortunately, this is what we drop as well. Quality time with our special someone.
When you trade hours for dollars, you can’t have both. If you want more time with family, you have to trade less. If you want to make more money, you have to keep trading.
After my daily chores on my site, I spend some time reading some posts of John Chow, Darren Rowse, Pat Flynn and Daniel Scocco. I do this because I learn a lot from their blogs and pick up new ideas, tips and tricks. How a bout you, do you have a blog that you follow everyday?
In this post, my goal is to teach you analyze a successful blog on your niche and replicate strategies that are applicable on your site. We do this by just hanging out some time on these sites not to promote your blog but to enable us by what we observe and learn how to shape up our blogging strategy.
I have a strong intuition that 95% of all people who will read this blog post have in some way got interested of having an owned and thriving business while they’re in a full time job.
Earning a passive income from online business while having a 9 to 5 job is not impossible. As a matter of fact, having a supplementary salary aside from a regular paycheck is a smart thing to have in terms of financial security is concern.
This is what everyone who is trading hours for dollars aims for. To own an income generating business what will eventually cause them to leave their 9 to 5 job.
Is it actually possible to start an online business while having a full-time job?
It’s not right to just sit down and start typing your article and then hope for the best that it will come out good. Although blogging is a free form of writing, there are some essential strategies to consider if you are serious on making yourself from a regular blogger to a problogger.
Know your objectives
Above all else, the first and most important thing you need to think is your motivation. What are your reasons, your objectives? Without a strong conviction to answer your deepest why, you will not be able to pass or continue the day in – day out responsibilities of blogging.
There are perhaps a hundred and one things that you could want your visitors to do on your website. But unfortunately, to design a blog that could meet all of these is not possible. People try to clutter their pages with so much information sometimes results to confusion or worse a terrible visitor experience.
With this, you need to prioritize according to your objective. I recommend that you list down your priorities and then apply these elements to your blog. According to Make Money Blogging of Daniel Scocco, “The fewer things you ask your visitors to do, the higher the chances that they will actually do them”.
So here are my list of 25 Things You Want Your Visitors to do on You Web Site.
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