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Do You Treat Blogging Like a Passing Hobby or a Serious Business?

SEMrush

I spent about 3 hours blogging so far today. Time check? 12:35 PM. Fun day. Busy day.

I treat blogging like a business because you need to treat blogging like a business, an actual job, where you work 3 to 8 hours or more daily, to become a pro, full time blogger.

Perhaps you work a full time job; devote 3 hours daily to blogging. But if you do not work full time, spend 4 hours or more daily blogging. Preferably, 8 hours or more.

Why?

Blogging gives you what you give blogging. See blogging like a mirror; blogging reflects back to you what you give to blogging. Imagine this mirror effect reflecting back to you success or failure.

What does the reflection mirror? Your:

  • attention
  • energy
  • time commitment
  • predominant vibe

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In blogging terms. Do you struggle quite a bit with your blog? Do you feel frustrated with your blogging results? Let’s turn that around, to help you enjoy the fun and freedom of successful blogging, shall we?

Spend hours daily generously creating content and connecting with top bloggers by helping them out. Success will follow, in its own time. Always does. But ONLY for bloggers who commit 100% to treating blogging like a business.

Enstine treats his blog like a serious business. He obviously spends hours daily creating and connecting. I see his guest posts all over the place. Makes perfect sense; he is a highly successful, prospering blogger who built a thriving blogging business by spending thousands of hours generously creating, connecting, promoting himself and opening multiple streams of income. Psst…make sure you enjoy his post on a neat way to profit:

How to Advertisers Paid Me $660 to Drive Traffic to My Blog

See what I mean? The cyber grass never grows green under his feet; he hustles! THAT is the specific, exact type of fun and enthusiasm you need to have for blogging to treat it like a serious business, to give thousands and thousands of hours to blogging, so eventually, blogging becomes a full time business for you. No way around that one.

Blogging: No Passing Hobby

Oodles of bloggers tell me they will give blogging a chance, or, they will get around to blogging, or, they need to get serious about blogging. None of these folks even treat blogging like a passing hobby.

Flat out, they do not care at all about blogging because they see blogging as a passing thought, an idea they may get around too, like burying some puzzle in your closet, that you will get around to, maybe 6 months down the road, on a rainy day.

Can you see why you struggle? You never give any genuine, generous attention and energy to blogging. Blogging mirrors back to you the attention, energy and work you put into blogging. Do you desire tasting sweet, freeing blogging success?

Give much of your life to blogging. Totally worth it! I have worked every day for the past 5 years. Fun times, and yep, challenging and scary at times, too. I committed fully to blogging so blogging committed fully to me, allowing me to circle the globe for the past 8 years of my life.

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Imagine opening a corner store. How many hours would you work daily, to turn a profit? 8-12 hours, of course. Anything less, and you go out of business…..fast. Even full time employees need to put in 3 hours daily on work days and 6-8 hours on weekends because blogging needs to be treated like a real, big time business BEFORE you even make a cent through blogging.

Imagine how fun and freeing and fulfilling it would feel to run a thriving blogging business. Generate those feelings now to begin treating blogging like a real, serious business, now. The serious time-work-energy commitment follows. Success? On the way, folks. Sounds inspired, fun and freeing, right?

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Smash those Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest buttons to spread the word for Enstine, OK guys?

Let’s help more folks experience blogging freedom by reminding ’em how you need to treat blogging like a full time business in order to succeed.

SEMrush

Ryan Biddulph
 

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fox News, The Huffington Post and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. He can help you retire to a life of island hopping through smart blogging at Blogging From Paradise.

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SOS

This was an excellent article, blogging is like get my juices flowing for a hobby and also get some money that is an excellent thing in blogging.

Thanks for sharing!

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Jasa Pembuatan Website

Thanks very much for sharing Ryan,
I am a self-student and today I have picked up from your site. Jump to take bac and execute a couple of your contemplations on my site.
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Siju George

You are right Enstine, without treating the blog as a business we cannot expect revenue from it. I run a job listing blog which lists the latest Government Jobs notification.

I started this blog as a hobby while preparing for a government job, which I dreamed of once.

I could not pass that exam, but with this blog, I am helping other aspirants. Now, I am planning to develop this blog as a business.
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Jason

Hello Ryan,

I’m considering to start a blog on a site that offers services.
Should content be posted weekly or more often? At the moment I’m planning weekly updated with content connected to services site provides.
How do you think, can it be a lot of interaction with my readers/customers via blog on site?

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Banknilami

Much obliged to you, Ryan. I happened to google and unearthed your blog webpage. I am a self-student and today I have picked up from your site. Jump to take bac and execute a couple of your contemplations on my site.

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lakshit

While the question itself is totally legitimate, I do want to answer it directly: I do not treat blogging as a serious business, nor do I make a living off of it. I’ve yet to find a blogging business model that is anything more than a side hustle for me. Having said that, the business plan I’ve written up has certainly worked and I do take a modest monthly consulting fee from a few agencies that are happy with the results I’ve got. How do you plan to start the blog?amazing thank you soo much

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Anahita Irani

THank you Ryan. I happened to google and stumbled on your blog site. I am a self learner and today I have gained from your website. Hop to take bac and implement a few of your thoughts on my website.

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Tom

What would be your recommendation to those who have a full-time business, maybe even a family and want to transfer into an online business. In reality, it is not the willingness, but the 8+ hours of time missing each day to make it happen. Is there a good way to transition? Thank you for your response.

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    Ryan Biddulph

    Make the reason why you want blog – FREEDOM – be more powerful than the fear to set aside time to do it.
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Nikola Roza

It’s simple Ryan. If you’re passionate about something make it your hobby and enjoy it thoroughly. If you want to blog about your passion with the intention of making money, make it a business and treat it as one.

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Reddensoft

While the question itself is totally legitimate, I do want to answer it directly: I do not treat blogging as a serious business, nor do I make a living off of it. I’ve yet to find a blogging business model that is anything more than a side hustle for me. Having said that, the business plan I’ve written up has certainly worked and I do take a modest monthly consulting fee from a few agencies that are happy with the results I’ve got. How do you plan to start the blog?

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Ravi Kumar

You have provided very helpful information. I was, and am a passionate blogger now I turned it as a serious business. Fact is, when you do business based on something you’re passionate about, you actually live your dream life and beat the heat. Follow your dreams, and turn them as a serious business. 👍👍

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