Blogging … easy and simple way to get earn riches – with just a couple of hours of work per week – right?
I bet that this dream has been sold to you many times over and it was sold to me too.
However, as soon as you start, you’ll face a harsh reality: there is more work to handle than there are hours in the day!
“How on Earth am I going to handle it all?”
Yep, I was pondering this same question myself and after a while, I came to the conclusion:
Blogging is hard work!
This was clearly the fact that I failed to understand when I started.
In fact, blogging is much more than just publishing a simple post whenever you wish …
As a blogger, you have to be willing to
- Write detailed blog posts for your blog
- Write guest posts for others
- Be present on the social media
- SEO-optimize your pages
- Drive traffic to your site
- Build an e-mail list
- Learn about new blogging techniques
- Connect with other bloggers
- Connect with your e-mail list members
- Create free reports and e-books for your audience
- Share your expertise on video
- Keep your blog’s security up-to-date
I could just go on and on telling you what kind of work you have to be ready to do, but I think you get the point.
Unfortunately, even if you could do everything by yourself, you’ll realize one thing:
There really aren’t enough hours in the day!
This fact comes even more concrete when you have a day job and a family to take care of.
Sure, you can keep working hard day after day, but how long does it take until your motivation to build a successful blog is dried out and you’ll face a burn-out? I bet it won’t take that long.
So, do you still think that blogging is easy?
I have good news for you!
Now that you really understand what blogging is all about (-> hard work), it may turn you off. Fortunately, things don’t have to be this grim and overwhelming.
In fact, I learned too that blogging is hard work after I had started and I was struggling with it at one point.
It was time for a reality check.
Even if I had been learning about time management for years, I never really took those lessons and applied them to blogging. I needed to change that.
Thanks to my experience with time management and productivity techniques, I decided to create an e-book which talks solely about blogging productivity and how you – a fellow blogger – can radically improve his/her blogging productivity while cutting down your stress and overwhelm.
Now, even when I have a full-time job, a family (wife and son), I’m a marathoner and a triathlete – I’m still able to keep my blogging productivity levels high and grow my blog.
So, if you are struggling with your blogging productivity, this e-book – “61 Ways to Supercharge Your Blogging Productivity” – is for you.
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