This blog is designed to help you blog. Today’s post is to provide you inspiration to write your next (or first) post. This blog post is entitled “Blogging About You” because I want to inspire you to know that you are interesting. We all are like snowflakes that will only be remembered by how we fly and where we fall. That’s why your life is so important to your blog. Because your brand and your blog are about your story, it’s important you live a good life, so your blog will be of good quality. Here are some examples.
Get Good At Saving Money
If you want to be a professional blogger then it’s going to help to be able to save money. When you have money saved you have the ability to pay cash for ads. You don’t even need to involve a credit card. I just recently bought an ad and it cost me $40 and I got 40 clicks and 1 subscriber. It’s better than getting no subscribers but I still think I can do better. It’s all a matter of how much work I put into the blog, what I get out of it. So as with saving money, I’m going to do my best to put all the hours I can into this blog, so I get maximum returns and can then save more money.
Be Good To Your Family
I’m not saying that you aren’t already good to your family. I am saying being good to your family will help you with your blogging. For example, Google will only show ads on family friendly sites, that means no crazy content. When you’re good to your family it will show in your writing and in your videos, and your blog will be better off for it. The million dollar post starts at home, just like my grandfather said charity starts at home. Give to your family first, before homeless people and you’ll be living a life worth living. When your giving to your family, even if it’s only your time, you’ll be putting yourself in a position of responsibility and I know that you’ll live up to the chore. Not only will it be a chore but it will be a pleasure. All you give comes back to you a hundred fold, so it’s in your best interest to be a giver. Take responsibility and be good to your family, not that you already don’t.
Support The People You Work With
How you behave at your day job is important to your personality and your blog. When you are in the business of giving it’s a no brainer to support your fellow co-workers. This is a personal blog, and in the interest of being personal I’ll tell you that I’m better at dealing with people one on one than I am in groups of them. I’m proud to say that I can hold my own in a group. I’m also proud to say that I can really connect with people when we’re one on one. So really, it’s not just about doing tasks involved with work with these other people, to help them with the goal, but it’s also caring about what they are doing outside of work, their personal lives that is also important. Care about other people’s families, their interests, what moves them to action. Give thanks to God for your lot. Tend it, and take good care of it. Personally, sometimes I have issues speaking up. I find myself not knowing what to say. I know sometimes I need to say something, but it’s one of those pleasure chores where it takes work to get it out. It’s all about getting along in the world for me. And that takes getting along with your coworkers. So that it’s a good atmosphere. Try thinking about supporting your coworkers as you punch in tomorrow and see how your day goes. It may feel like gratitude.
Loving Your Blog
If your going to blog about you, you definitely need to love both you and your blog. Of course you need to love yourself first and your blog second, seeing as your blog is coming from you, and without you loving yourself, there would be no blog to love. It’s a beautiful interconnection between your blog and you. It’s the best of you, all there for the whole world to see. You may even want to go beyond free content and sell something! I know it’s easy to love when your making money off it. So why don’t we make it easy on ourselves and strive to make money with our efforts? It’s a noble effort blogging for income, isn’t it? What if our dreams came true and we DID make a $1,000 part time monthly income off it? Wouldn’t we be deep in the depths of loving ourselves and our blogs? I have read that the more love you put into something, the more money it’s going to pay you. If you follow that rule then your going to get paid a lot when you blog the way we do.
Blogging About You Is Hard Work
I’m not going to lie to you. I’m going to give you the honest truth. Blogging for profit or otherwise is hard work. It takes commitment, dedication, as close to daily action as you can take it, and vision. You have to have the vision that you can change the world. In order for you to change the world you’re going to have to be the best you can be, and that means a rock solid personal life. Something you can blog about with pride and enthusiasm. Shaping your personal life into something you can be proud of is going to take work. It’s going to take you being your own boss. And not just any boss, but a great boss. Someone who motivates you to work, long hard hours with enthusiasm. Be your own leader than can write posts that are worth more money to you. That takes hard work. But if you’ve made it this far in the post, I know you’re willing to do the hard work to make money. Just know that it’s going to be hard and your not in for good times. Your earnings are going to be pathetic when you first start. That doesn’t mean you can’t build. Just keep the faith in yourself and work towards a higher good. The rewards are so worth the effort.
Blogging about you is injecting yourself into your blog. You’ll get back what you put out there. Do me, you, and everyone else a favor and do a good job. You’ll be happy you did.
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