When I first started blogging, I was totally into the whole “follow for follow” train on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. I mean why not? It seemed like a good idea to me seeing that all I had to do was follow someone and they’d follow me back. I gained a lot of followers very quickly and the numbers got very addicting.
I didn’t know how bad of an idea it actually was.
Trying to earn more income from your blog?
To tell you the truth, there is no quick and easy way to make more money from your blog. If that were the case, everybody would be blogging.
You’ve probably seen a lot of courses out there that claim they can help you earn money on your blog quickly, but most of the time they’re actually lying to you. Turning your blog into a solid income stream will take anywhere from a few months to perhaps even a couple years, depending on how much effort you put into developing your blog.
My promise to you is that if you follow this 3-step process, I guarantee that you’ll see much more income coming from your blog without having to spend a penny.
There are many factors that can contribute to your hesitation of starting your own blog but a very common reason is not knowing how to choose a blog niche.
Maybe you’ve read my article on 7 life-changing reasons to start a blog today but just don’t know what to write about.
How can you possibly decide on a single niche and stick to it when there are so many interesting topics to choose from?
In fact, I know some people who have spent months and even years trying to decide what to write about. I also know people who’ve spent years on their blogs, only to decide they weren’t interested in writing for their blogs anymore.
My goal for this post is to try to help you decide on a blog niche that you’ll stick to.
Are you struggling to get consistent, high blog traffic no matter how much you promote your blog?
Instead of spending a ridiculous amount of time marketing every day, you should be identifying the real problem why your blog isn’t generating your ideal amount of traffic.
You might be doing something wrong.
So, you’ve been conducting Keyword research for SEO properly right? You know—choosing a random focus keyword, making sure it appears in the title, the link, the alt text of your images, and all throughout your blog posts? All must be good.
You messed up when you chose that random focus keyword.