Blogging regularly becoming too hard? Don’t give up yet!
Do you run a blog that presents your ideas and imagination to the world? Many bloggers start writing with the aim of achieving glory and earning a fortune. However, it's not that simple. There are tens of thousands of blogs in cyberspace today and each one of those blogs can't become an overnight success. Earning revenue through blogging is no child's play, and no brand is going to pay you huge sums of money in your first month itself. Blogging requires an immense amount of patience.
However, here are four reasons why you should never give up on your blog:
You can't reach your audience
Writing a blog puts you in the middle of the crowd you want to influence. Your blog ensures that you don't fade away from the memory of your prospects, clients and followers. When you stop blogging, you interrupt that steady flow of visibility. This further results in your business falling back a little or completely dropping off the radar. Also, if you're already a reputed blogger in the blogosphere, people wait for your views, and when you suddenly stop blogging, they are left confused by your absence.
You continually improve your research and writing skills
Do you want to make it as a writer someday? If yes, don't give up on your blog just yet. With every blog you write, you steadily improve your writing as well as research skills. Blogging makes you comfortable with your writing style. Also, it helps you gain feedback on your content from complete strangers. If someone tells you to better the quality of your content or make your writing style more conversational, pay heed to their advice and strive to improve.
You can make a lot of money
Before you read ahead, let's make one thing clear – making money from blogging is possible, but it's not going to happen overnight. When your blog starts getting famous and the reach of your articles increases exponentially, you can make a lot of money through advertisements and brand affiliations. Once your blog has achieved a certain stature, brands will pay you huge sums just to feature their products in your articles. But till then, you have to hang tight and continue writing.
The internet becomes your second home
While you're blogging, you use several online tools to improve the look and feel of your articles and your overall blog. Some of the most common tools that most bloggers use are WordPress, Google Keyword Planner, BuzzSumo and Quick Sprout. After engaging with numerous tools and techniques, you come to know every trick about the internet world. Blogging requires you to explore the internet so you can create content to the best of your ability, which makes the internet your second home in the long run.
Perhaps most importantly, blogging allows you to be your own boss. Therefore, the next time you consider quitting on your blog, think of the above-mentioned four things before making any decision.