If you’re looking to build a website that sees nothing but growth and success, then this is your opportunity. But it requires one thing above all others: consistency.
Why consistency? Because it means posting each and every hour, day, or week (stray into the “month” territory and your blog will be pointless, unless each post is very long and well-written). Whether you talk about BullionVault or Steven Spielberg, it’s crucial that you keep posting and post to a schedule. Not only does it look more organised, but it means readers will come to rely on you for something to read, and that something to read is what makes them come back, time and time again.
The best thing to do is to give yourself some form of reward, if you’re struggling to motivate yourself. Or, for those with a little writing experience, know that the reward is written, finished content. Consider using fun writing sites like Written? Kitten! to help you achieve your word count goals, and keep pushing to the next paragraph. Clean-up can be done afterwards, in editing – getting the content laid out for working on is what’s most important.
But even more importantly than that; if you’re not enjoying what you’re doing, stop. It’s not worth struggling through your writing. If you’re not eager to blog, then you might want to find something to blog about that makes you feel enthusiastic
So find something that excites you and drives you forward into writing new content, and involve yourself to the fullest extent. This is a great time to really get into blogging, and many people are making a living from being proactive and driven with their blog content. Who knows, you may even find yourself contracted to write similar posts for other sites, and your career could lead off from there. So work hard, and good luck.
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