Unlike most bloggers who experiment during their first few months to see if blogging is right for them, I had to gain traction as fast as possible.
I HAD to build a platform for my writing, to earn an income. Yes, I wanted to inspire people, to change the world, but I was also extremely passionate (and motivated) to not starve to death.
To be honest, because English was not my native language, I wasn’t sure I could express my thoughts and emotions in a way others could relate to.
Also, I wasn’t sure what to blog about, so I kept writing reviews. I then switched to writing about the creative process, about art, inspiration, writing, and self-publishing.
Fast forward seven years, and I know blog about life, motivation, self-help, and personal development. I also blog about art, the creative process, and, of course, about blogging on this neat blog called The Art of Blogging.
Of course, during this long, long journey I realized there were a lot of factors that contributed to my success.
And I only wished that I did these things early on to speed up my success on blogging.
So if you’re serious about blogging, here’s what you have to do: Continue reading “Things I Wish I Had Known About Blogging”