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It amazes me how people get fooled online these days. Many Internet users, especially those in the make money niche are willing to go extra miles to make money. The very sad thing is that bloggers who actually are supposed to be the most genuine and authentic Internet users are now champions in fake activities.
I want you to understand one thing – Forging or counterfeiting your way will only lead to a miserable end. You may have some instant or immediate success but the hidden truth is that the long term results will be disastrous.
Can someone tell me why it seems our days are no longer 24 hours? Things are going so fast. Do we still really have 24 hours per day?
Wasn’t it just the other day we were talking about New Year, January 2018? I woke up this morning and found out the year is ending. The year has gone so fast. My jaws dropped! I’m also growing old…
By the way, here is how to be a successful blogger in 2019
Making money online can be a sore subject for most.
For many, talking of making money on the internet causes even the most intelligent of people to become defensive, hesitant, and even downright skeptical.
Why is this? I mean how could all of those people boasting of making 6 figures online be lying?
And the truth is, they aren’t.
What does it mean to be a successful blogger in the first place?
I want to attempt an answer to this question first before giving some vital tips I know will help you achieve success.
Many bloggers for different reasons. Success in blogging is simply meeting your purpose in blogging. Now ask yourself ” why did I set up my blog?”
As we round up activities for 2013 and look forward to a brighter new year in 2014, I want to look back and revisit the guest articles I submitted in 2013 and also give you an opportunity to promote yours. The reason is to give us more exposure to the kind of content I’m confident will add value to our blogging journey.
My guest articles have done well, receiving a lot of visits and engagement from readers. Though I submitted something below 10 guest posts this year, these are worth this recap. Let’s start with the article that’s my personal story!
Yeah, 70% productivity doesn’t sound too promising, does it?
But, it’s not too bad (and it’s realistically possible). I will explain why my numbers are low later on 😉
For me, the main problem with productivity was quantifying it. How do I measure it? Am I productive if I get things done and spent a lot of time for entertainment? Or do I have to spend all of my working time on working?