Why you should never quit blogging?
I know it can be tempting, especially when you don’t feel like you’re getting anywhere or if you feel burnt out because you do it as a side hustle on top of your traditional job. But don’t quit blogging! Blogging isn’t a hobby anymore – it’s a serious business.
If you’re serious about making money from blogging, then you need to treat it like a business. That means putting in the hard work and not giving up on the first hurdle.
So don’t quit blogging! Keep going and you’ll eventually see the success you deserve.
Don’t quit blogging!
If you really want to improve your quality of life, you should never quit blogging, and here’s the reason why:
Blogging can change your life if you simply stick with it. To blog smarter not harder means not giving up. You can make enough money to quit your traditional job. You can blog and have a beautiful life.
You should never quit blogging because blogging can change your life better. If you give up too early, you’ll never know how close you are to succeeding. Most bloggers give up just before their blog begins to grow. 95% of them quit not seeing any results.
Many bloggers fail to understand that on average it takes 8 months to a year to see first results, let alone grow further.
It took me 2 years to see my first results. Two long years!
It’s a marathon, not a sprint, so be patient.
How not to give up blogging?
If you dream of a wonderful life, free of financial worry, where you don’t have to slave for someone else with a traditional job, you need to take blogging seriously.
In order to do that you’ll have to prioritize it, which means making some changes in your life. You’ll most likely have to give up some of your social life, and hobbies that don’t help you move forward.
It’s not going to be easy, but it’ll be worth it in the end.
Remember, blogging isn’t a hobby, blogging can change your life completely, blogging makes life beautiful, so stick with it and don’t quit blogging for the sake of your dreams!
Tips on how not to give up.
One of the most important things you can do is to write down your goals. This will help you stay focused and motivated. Set some mini-deadlines for yourself. This will help you stay on track and keep blogging even when you don’t feel like it.
Find a blogging buddy or join a blogging community. These people will understand what you’re going through and can offer support and motivation. Remember, that your family most likely won’t understand it.
Take a break if you need to. This doesn’t mean quitting, but it’s important to remember that your mental health is more important than your blog. Unless like me – you have a passion for blogging, if you’re feeling overwhelmed, take a few days off to relax and recharge by doing something else in the meantime.
I admit I am obsessed with blogging, but hey, it makes it easier for me.
Simplify your life so that you have more time for blogging. This might mean hiring a babysitter, outsourcing some of your work, or decluttering your home. Don’t outsource writing though, at least not at the beginning of your blogging journey.
They say that you should focus on quality over quantity and that it’s better to have fewer, well-written posts than a bunch of posts that are poorly written and don’t offer much value.
However that is true, you should try to write as many as possible in the first six months. You can slow down after a while, but not in the first 6 months. Focus on writing lots of content, ideally 60 in the first half a year. That’s only 10 blog posts a month. You will thank me later!
If you struggle to keep up with writing, you can speed up the process by using one of the best writing tools – Jasper.
Remember that most blog posts take on average 8 months to get ranked in google search engines to bring you natural, organic traffic.
Celebrate your wins!
Whenever you reach a milestone, take a moment to celebrate. This will help you stay motivated and keep going even when the going gets tough. Blogging is not easy, but it’s worth it. So don’t give up!
Don’t quit your job too early!
It may be tempting to want to quit your traditional job when you begin to make money blogging, but until you start making a full-time income from your blog, don’t do it!
I know people who have done it and it’s not always a happy ending. Unless you have savings to fall back on or a partner with a good income, don’t quit your day job until you’re absolutely sure that your blog can support you.
I get it – you hate your job, and you struggle to get up early, or maybe you have other reasons to want to leave. Don’t quit blogging, take it seriously from the beginning, and don’t give up your day job until you’re making a full-time income from your blog.
Don’t do it until you’re ready!
Take blogging seriously.
Seriously, take blogging seriously because blogging is not a hobby. It can be a full-time job and it can change your life, but only if you take it seriously from the beginning. If you don’t take blogging seriously, you will never reach your full potential and you will regret it.
In the past, blogs were personal journals where people would write about their day-to-day lives. But now, blogging has become so much more.
Blogging is a real business these days.
Online businesses need content and lots of it! This is where you come in. You can write for other websites in exchange for money. Many companies pay a lot of money for good content, so don’t devalue your work by thinking of it as a hobby.
There are many ways to make money blogging, but one of the most lucrative is affiliate marketing.
Affiliate marketing is when you promote other people’s products and services on your blog and in return, you earn a commission whenever someone makes a purchase. You are the middle man between the company and the customer, and you get a cut of the sale.
It’s a win-win situation!
It’s a great way to make money blogging because you don’t have to create your own products, and there is very little risk involved. However, in the later stages of your blogging journey, you can create your own digital products such as printables and eBooks.
I did just that on my health blog and charged my customers as little as $17 per eBook. I wrote 3 of them. If you do the math, you can see how much money you can make.
How about that for encouragement? Take blogging seriously! You can start your blog and have a beautiful life making passive income while you sleep.
Why you shouldn’t give up on blogging?
You shouldn’t give up on blogging because you put a lot of work into it, why would you waste it?
Even though there is a small percentage, as many as 5% of other bloggers have made it! That proves that it’s possible to make money blogging. If they can do it, you can too!
Here are some tips on why you shouldn’t give up on blogging:
- You will get better with time.
- You can make money blogging.
- You can help others with your blog.
- It’s a great way to express yourself.
- You can build an online business.
All of these are great reasons why you shouldn’t give up on blogging, so don’t! Continue writing quality content, promoting your blog, and helping others. You will reach your goals eventually.
Blogging is not a get-rich-quick scheme.
If you’re looking for that, blogging is not it. It takes time, dedication, and hard work to make it as a professional blogger.
It takes months, even years to build up a successful blog that makes decent money. So don’t give up too early, because you won’t see results overnight
If you want to be a successful blogger, don’t give up too early. It takes time, consistency, and dedication to see results. but it’s so worth it in the end!
The one top tip to help you succeed!
Learn SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
No matter how good your content is, if no one can find it, it’s not going to do you any good. That’s why learning SEO is so important.
SEO is the process of optimizing your website and blog posts so that they rank higher in Google search results. The higher you rank, the more traffic you will get, and more traffic means more potential customers, and therefore, more money in your pocket!
So if you’re serious about blogging, make sure you learn SEO. It’s one of the most important skills you can have as a blogger.
How to learn SEO?
To learn SEO, the best place to start is Google’s own SEO Starter Guide. It’s a free PDF that you can download, and it will teach you the basics of SEO.
Once you’ve read and understood the SEO Starter Guide, there are plenty of other resources out there to help you learn more, including blog posts, online courses, and even books.
But the most important thing is to just start learning, and don’t give up! SEO can be a complex topic, but it’s definitely worth taking the time to learn if you want your blog to be successful.
So those are my top tip for anyone who is thinking about quitting blogging: don’t quit, and learn SEO. If you do this, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a successful blogger who makes life-changing money for years to come.
To conclude this whole blog post in one paragraph, I want to say this:
It’s not a hobby, it’s a business, and it takes time, dedication, and consistency to be successful. But if you stick with it, you can achieve great things. Start by learning SEO, and don’t quit too early. Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a successful blogger who makes life-changing money.
Thanks for reading!
Przemo Bania is a blogger and writer who helps people get out of their traditional jobs to start a blogging career. Przemo also runs a health blog advocating for endometriosis and fibromyalgia…