Choosing to become a blogger isn't easy and it's not for those looking for a quick buck. You won't write a couple of posts and see the money start rolling in. Successful blogging requires consistency, hard work, learning, and plenty of writing..
A big struggle for beginners when it comes to blogging is what to blog about. Should you chase the money and look for a hot or trendy niche? Should you blog about something you love? What about blogging about something you're already good at?
When you're just starting, one big mistake probably won't take down your entire blog, but it can slow down your growth. My blogging for beginners series is all about helping newbies discover the secrets to making money online with a blog. This post will shed some light on the common blogging mistakes you'll want to avoid. It's important to find plenty of tips to help move you along in your blogging journey. Equally important, is understanding the mistakes you could be making and avoiding them. Here's a look at 21 of the most common blogging mistakes beginners often make. Common Blogging Mistakes: The Basics #1 - No Target Audience As a beginner, I am not going to tell you that you need to have your [...]
You work a full-time job, but you want to start a blog. Maybe your goal is to quit that 9-to-5 and become a full-time blogger working from home. That's a great goal, but how do you find time to write (blog) and how do you get it done fast? I am about to show you three of my favorite hacks to get my writing done faster and to find time to blog, but first, make sure you check out my FREE How to Become a Blogger course by going here now! Hack #1 - Use a Timer Photo by Marcelo Leal on Unsplash Some will call this the Pomodoro Technique, which was started by Francesco Cirillo, but it's just using a timer when you write. Whatever you decide [...]
When you first start blogging, you may be confused about how to promote your blog. My blog series called "Blogging for Beginners" addresses several issues when it comes to promoting your blog. This is just one post in this very helpful series I am currently working on.