What if I were to tell you there’s an actual step by step guide to becoming The Blogger? Would you believe me?
Would you invest a few minutes of your time to read it?
Be careful though. This is the kind of stuff that has the potential of transforming your life.
We’re talking about some Tony Robbins walking on fire kind of stuff.
You’re not going to be just another blogger after reading this.
You’re going to be The Blogger. The boss at blogging. The artist. The best of the best. Continue reading “How to Become The Blogger: 10 Incredible (But Simple) Steps”
How much do you pay for a cup of coffee?
Two dollars? Three?
Do you have to budget this expense? Do you even consider it a big expense?
You read this blog, and I am sure you enjoy it, and that my content has helped you.
If that is so, and we could meet, would you buy me a cup of coffee?
You know, just to thank me for the information I shared with you over the time, and so you could pick my brain for more advice that will help you immensely on your blogging journey.
Well… you can do just that.
$4 per month, and you get access to me, to exclusive content, to a ton of extremely useful tutorials, and to two e-books that will help you a lot.
What is four dollars? The price of a cup of coffee…
Is my content worth that big of an investment from you?
If so, do consider becoming a patron today.
Hi there, I’m your reader. Thanks for the free content, but I just don’t care. This free content you’re publishing on your blog is worthless, because content about you is worthless to me.
Hello… is this thing on? Continue reading “Who Cares? No One”
If you’re just now starting out, odds are that you’re figuring out that blogging is a lot harder than you expected it to be.
You maybe constantly ask yourself:
- How do I come up with ideas?
- How do I post at least once a week?
- How do I get people to read my blog?
And these are but three of the million or so questions that aspiring bloggers ask themselves.
Oh, and did I mention the mistakes?
There are a lot of those too, mostly because it’s all so new, and there’s so much information easily available, that sometimes it seems impossible to figure out what is right and what is wrong.
So, let’s talk about the three most common mistakes beginner bloggers make — and how you can avoid them. Continue reading “The Three Most Common Mistakes of a Beginner Blogger”
Quality or quantity? Which one is better?
A debate as old as blogging itself. Heck, as old as content creation itself.
We admire the “prolific” individual, yet we also stress the idea that quality is of the essence.
But the tricky thing is that it takes a long time to create quality content.
When you’re just starting out and don’t know the importance of headlines, let alone writing a brilliant one? Or an enticing intro to your blog post? Or proper formatting?
Continue reading “Quality vs. Quantity: What Matters Most?”
When I decided to start this blog, I knew that there was more to blogging that the usual technical stuff related to using the WordPress platform, that there was an art to blogging.
And art is difficult to define, let alone write a recipe for. It’s like trying to create life out of nothing — and perhaps art, in its many forms, is the closest thing to life that we will ever have.
That being said, there are a few subtle things that make one an artist of blogging.
If you ever wondered why some get thousands and thousands of avid readers while others struggle to get even one lousy comment, then read this post. Continue reading “The Subtle Art of Blogging”
I’m not the biggest fan of celebrating milestones like this one, but… well… less than 13 months in, and we’ve reached 20,000 readers on WordPress.com.
Thank you so, so much!
For the stats-obsessed among you, here is some additional info about this year so far… Continue reading “Twenty Thousand on WordPress.com”