The Early Days Of Being a Blogger

When you are just getting started in blogging, it can be something of a challenge to know what you are meant to be doing and how you should be going about doing it. A lot of people come to the world of blogging expecting or at least hoping for great success early on, but the truth is that this is unlikely to be the case for the vast majority of people. To succeed here, as elsewhere, you need a great deal of persistence and patience, and to enjoy yourself as much as you can along the way – otherwise, what’s the point? In the meantime, it can be handy to know what kind of things to expect in the early days, and what you might need to focus on or pay attention to so that you may expect your blogging to blossom.


Get Ready To Supplement

Most people will not make money from their blog immediately. Regardless of how you are thinking of monetizing your blog, you will find that it does take time for it to come to fruition, so you will need to make sure that you are ready to supplement your blogging income in the meantime. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways for those who work from home to make a little money on the side, and you should never feel that you have to give up that much free time to do so. Whether you want to grab some FreeBets and start the no-risk and legal practice of Matched Betting, or whether you want to think about doing some freelance writing for other publications, you should find that there are always ways to make a little money – and therefore keep you going while you get started in your blog.

Talk & Talk

The only way to be sure that your blog will rise in popularity is to make sure that you are talking about it as best as you can and as much as you can. The more you talk and talk about it, the more likely it is that people will hear about it and come across it – and that is the first and most important step in actually making your blog a success – commercial or otherwise. If you are worried about talking people’s ears off, remember that you should be doing it with a wide range of people, not merely to the same people again and again. As long as you are marketing your blog in this way, it should not be all that long before you can see it become successful in the way that you desire.


Time Management

This one might be especially important if you have just come from a more ‘normal’ job, something where you were working hard hours – or even fairly flexible ones, but in a specific place and time. You will need to manage your time effectively if you are actually to achieve the things you want to achieve, and that is often a big hurdle for many people in the early days of being a blogger. However, once you learn to manage your time more effectively, it will lead to some great results.


Hi! I'm Chaz. I'm the Founder of The Green Button Project, I run my own mental health blog, and I'm also a mental health volunteer with Time to Change and I also love dogs.

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