To make it in the blogging world, the biggest and most important factor of blogging itself is sticking with it. You could be doing everything possible to get views to your blog, and then just before your blog was about to take off, you quit. Starting is the hardest part. It may be fun to some people, but starting your first blog is the hard one.

It’s your first blog, you came in not knowing really what to expect. You may have thought that you wouldn’t get a slow start. That you had so many contacts out there that would be subscribing to your blog and reading your content. Maybe even a few active commenters. Even when all these old friends don’t seem to support you as they may once have, you have to keepĀ  going.

Then just as you think you may have done a few things right and your subscriber count starts to go up you start to relax. You stop going all over advertising your site. A few days later, your subscriber count drops, drops hard. and you will realize what I’m starting to see. It’s not easy.

I am sticking with it because I know what is to come. I know of the fun a blog with an active fan base, earning a healthy income every month, and the notoriety that comes with being a top blogger. If you quit when you have 20, 30, or more posts, what are you going to say? You spent around $100 minimum and you quit.

Stick with it. Try new techniques. Search for new blogs out there with new information that may help you get what it is you are hoping to achieve with your blog. If you are slowly starting to receive traffic and a small stream of income then you shouldn’t have any problems continuing. Realize you won’t be the next John Chow, but you may just be one of the next big dogs.

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