I observed 2 common blogging mistakes over the past few days.
Each error promotes blogging failure.
Address each blogging boo boo and follow the correction aka solution to accelerate your blogging success.
I remember assuming SO much about pro bloggers as a newbie blogger 10 years ago. I based my assumptions on …
I am writing this guest post in the middle of the night
I have been at this blogging bit for a decade. Goodness knows, I have experienced tough blogging times during my 15,000 hours online. Blogging gets tough. But you are tougher than blogging. Guaranteed.
Times are not super tough for me now. But I feel a little bit uncomfortable, for sure. My neck hurts. My back hurts. I keep blogging because blogging helps both me and you. We both win. All the sweet freedom sits just a little bit outside of my blogging comfort zone. I experienced this effect many times. Edging a tiny bit beyond what seems possible and feels comfortable opens me up to blessed experiences.
Ever wondered why other freelancers keep on getting high paying clients while you are still struggling?
Building a career as a freelancer, whether as a content writer, web designer, etc. is not an easy task (If it was, everyone would be a highly paid freelancer).
However, if you get it right, it can be a very rewarding career. According to Wikihow, freelancing also comes with its own share of freedom. You are free to work on your own schedule and no bosses to “boss” you around.
I place a heavy emphasis on YOUR blogging style because all bloggers possess a different blogging style. You know my drill. I write and publish 600 word guest posts and blog posts heavy on the nuts and bolts of blogging mindset.
I finally figured out; I despise writing long form, in-depth, practical tips laden blog posts focused on stuff like driving traffic and boosting profits. Sure I covered these topics in the past. But I only do so these days in 600-800 words or so
One of the most important trait for bloggers to develop: finding the mid way point between delusion and dreams..
Most new bloggers begin blogging from a deluded, unrealistic mindset. Newbies foolishly believe:
Each blogger who believes these lies fails, 100% of the time. I know. I observed these deluded types thousands of times over my decade long blogging career. Heck; I was even one of these unrealistic, fantasy-land, la-la land type bloggers for a while. I wanted to get something for nothing. I believed blogging to be as easy as writing and publishing posts and collecting fat pay checks, fast.