When just starting out, it is quite clear that a blogger has no audience, so to speak.
0 followers isn’t inviting one to put his best content, of course.
As a matter of fact, I think that lacking an audience is far worse than earning no income from blogging.
The thing is, people tend to go about building an audience the wrong way.
I said, building an audience.
You have to build it, one reader after another. One great blog post after another.
But how exactly do you do that?
Easy. You network.
Continue reading “Networking for The Novice Blogger”
When I was six years old I decided that I wanted to become the richest man in the history of the world. I kept imagining what it would be like: to be powerful, to acquire such vast wealth that I could do anything I wanted. How I’d own houses and apartments in the most interesting of cities, how I’d conquer the world one business deal at a time.
As I grew older I realized that I did not want it. I mean, I did want it, but I wasn’t willing to pay the price. It did not want the journey. I just wanted to be teleported to the destination.
The same goes for blogging. Some people think it’s cool to blog. To write some words on a computer or smartphone, and then have a bunch of other people read and cherish said words.
But they do not want to pay the price. To enjoy the journey. The long and lonely walk towards their destination.
They do not know what to blog about, they do not know what their blog is all about. Quite frankly, most of them do not know what they’re all about. Continue reading “What’s Your Blog Really About?”