This post is about blogging for profit.
What else is one to do?
Get a “real job” and work for somebody else?
I don’t think so.
This is about blogging for profit.
I am doing Doordash in the meantime until my blog takes off.
I can make my own schedule, and work as much or as little as I want.
The only drawback is that sometimes you sit around waiting for orders.
I could do less sitting around and more blogging in the meantime.
I have big goals.
I want to earn $10,000,000 for my blogging services.
It’s never going to happen with me just sitting on the couch waiting for Doordash orders.
So here I am blogging away.
I should clean the house some.
The basement, where I blog, is a mess from my son.
He likes to throw his toys all around the place.
But I’ve got to get focused and blog.
I know if I pull my energy together and blog my heart out I will be a success.
And I might win the lottery!
Either way I have to blog.
When I am earning $100 a day in ad revenue I will be on my way to my dream.
Any money at all from blogging will help.
I have kids to feed.
That’s what this blogging for profit thing is all about.
I have a strong will and I will this blogging thing to work out.
And it will work out. I have faith.
I also have work ethic.
I can work longer and harder than anyone else.
I can hustle.
You may be wondering if you can do the same thing…
I say “Yes, You Can!”
You only need to write for 8 hours a day.
And do other things to promote your blog.
You’ve just got to bang it out.
Bang, bang, bang, bang.
Until you bring the money home.
How long will it take?
It will take as long as it takes.
You have got to stick with your blog, until you get what you want.
Be warned, your family will probably think you’ve gone crazy.
They will want you to get a “real job”.
But blogging is a real job.
It takes real work, and it pays real money.
You’ve just got to stick it out.
That’s what blogging for profit is really all about.
Sticking it out.
It’s also about learning.
You’ve got to do your research.
The results will come when they are ready to.
I suggest reading lots of success books to put you in the mood.
And there are some good books about blogging for income too.
Blogging for profit is incredibly fun.
I’ve got to be honest. I am barely making it in life.
This is the misery of blogging for profit.
Before you make it, it’s miserable.
It’s still a joy because you are following your bliss.
But when no money is coming in, that’s a terrible thing.
That’s just the truth of the matter.
If you are struggling too, take heart, I’m right there with you, in the trenches.
Making a living for myself.
We are making a living for ourselves even if we are making no money at all, because we are at work on our dream.
Maybe that’s just part of my B.S.
Either way I am going to profit from this blog.
My adsense revenue is going to skyrocket, and I’ll make hundreds of Bluehost sales.
That’s just a fact.
In the name of affirmations in the present tense, I make $100 a day off Adsense, and I have made my first 250 Bluehost sales.
I am rich from blogging.
But that’s just an affirmation. I’ve got to make this work somehow.
I’ve got to do the thing and have the power.
I’ve got to write like the wind.
I’ve got to do my thing.
I’ve got to do it well.
You may be wondering, well Jesse, how do I benefit from your story?
The benefit here is inspiration.
If I can blog for no money at all for over 2 years, then you have got to have it in you to give it two years and see where the chips fall.
I am not going anywhere.
Time will tell that I am a blogger for life, and that I create my income from this blog.
This is what blogging for profit is all about.
It’s better than working for somebody else.
When you are blogging you are building YOUR dream, not someone else’s.
All I have to do is make a splash by selling a couple blogs, and I’ll be off to the races.
It could be the same with you.
All I know is that you’ve got to write.
Write like the wind.
Make it your full time gig and don’t look back.
Do your keyword research.
Plan to make blogging a paying gig.
When you write, do so from a place where you are going to be giving value to your readers.
In this way they will want more from you.
They will buy your products.
They will become customers for life.
What is Jesse Creel all about?
My purpose is to use my vision and persistence to help bloggers create income with their blogs.
The future looks bright.
The point here is to save lives.
If you can save one life a day, you are doing something.
How do you save a life a day with your blog?
Teach people how to blog for income, so they can feed their families.
How do you teach people to blog for income when you haven’t made any yet?
You’ve got to read books on the subject of blogging for income, and then write about what you’ve learned.
And listen to podcasts.
It’s not all about winning the lottery.
Although winning the lottery would be nice and helpful to the cause, it’s not necessary to blog for income.
What you should focus on is how you are going to make your first sales.
Once you have your first $11 in Adsense income, things will start to fall into place.
You’ll define your purpose, and that purpose will be to serve.
You may not even need your doctor anymore.
Or your therapist for that matter.
Imagine the joy of being able to do it on your own.
For your family.
That is the joy of blogging for profit.
You may want to stand in front of a mirror and say to yourself: “I am going to be a professional blogger. No matter how hard it is, or how bad it gets, I am going to be a professional blogger.”
You’ve got to have balls of brass to be a professional blogger because everyone and their mother is going to want to try to stop you.
You’ve got to ignore the naysayers and believe in yourself.
That’s part of what blogging for profit is all about.
It’s not about the money when you’re blogging for profit.
Although the money would be nice.
It’s about a love of the craft.
It’s about a love of writing and the written word.
It’s about a love of books.
It’s about everything but money.
Bit of a paradox, huh?
But that’s what I’ve learned from some of the books I’ve read.
Books like “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield.
For Pressfield, money is a far off thought, his art is at the forefront of what he does.
This is also what blogging for profit is about.
It’s not about the money, although it is.
It’s about believing in yourself enough to type the next line.
And believing you are going to earn money from this.
A lot of money.
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