In fact, I wrote about letting go that seemed to hit home with lots of bloggers.
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Really nice website with loads of great content! It’s all about putting the work in first yawl & then you will see good results, eventually! Don’t give up! While it might seem that you’re limiting your options, having an expertise on a singular topic will help readers find you in search engines and will encourage them to contact you and ask questions pertinent to your blog. Trust me, I’ve nearly stopped on countless occasions (and, often enough, did – at least for a time). But then I’d read something like this, find something I could use, and started writing again. Along with on-page SEO, building the authority of your site is also incredibly important. That means acquiring backlinks from other sites to yours through guest posting, major media features, high-profile mentions, etc. Interact with other blogger in your niche by commenting on their blogs and through social media. It will help you a lot because you can learn many things from them.
Email Your List – If you have people on your email list, then let them know about your new posts. If you don’t have an email list, then start building one. You asked someone above which point they liked the best. Mine would be the ever evolving.” The trouble is, my primary one is very, very narrow (and needs to remain that way). However, for most service based professionals and solopreneurs, once a week is a pretty good posting frequency. It just depends on the kind of blog you are running. in the beginning, make sure to learn the SEO basics. That way you can nurture your SEO skills to use them later to bring more traffic from search engines to your blogs. Next time you are in the neighborhood let me know. If I am in town, the invitation stands!
After reading Tim Ferriss’s article , I’ve been able to successfully turn things around and make the most of my blogging time. Naturally, there are about 20 life priorities for me that come in ahead of blogging, but when it’s time for me to blog, I’ve learned to shut off ALL distractions – especially email! – and just write. I know I plan to do travel posts but to call myself a travel blogger is exactly what you are saying. You are either a professional or not and I am not one. Rather it’s more of a feeling that traveling is part of my life, as opposed to my blogging life.