I started this blog 14 days ago and I want to do a small retrospective of the results I got so far. I have over a thousand visitors so far and 8 comments to my articles.
That is better than no results at all, right? When I got started I posted 8 hours a day full time. Now I have to do this rarely on weekends because I’m busy working the rest of the week.
In my previous posts, I talked about how starting up and not keep going will affect you in the long run. We all have days when we get cozy and comfortable, procrastinating and deviate from the road we are walking.
I have times when it seems that writing a blog post is so overwhelming and I understand if you are in the same position.
Inspiration goes off, you don’t know what to write about anymore and you feel that your online business is dying.
These are the moments when you must “pull hard” and force your way through because the results that you want are coming exactly when you feel like quitting.
When I have these moments I go quickly and read an e-book or watch a video that can give me some insights about writing an article.
For example, I watched this video where Leo talks about balancing in your life and in your business.
It wasn’t easy to start writing this article, but I have a goal set up that says: “Keep your blog updated at least weekly”
So, instead of writing about affiliate marketing stuff, today I created an overview of my results that I got from the time I got started until today.
I’m very pleased with these results and I know that there is room for improvement. Back in 2009 having over 1 K visitors on your blog in two weeks was a far away dream never to come true.
That is why many affiliates didn’t keep their blogs updated. They starting up and do the work for a couple of days without seeing any tangible results then move on to something else and so on.
The problem with an outdated blog is that it gets unindexed by the search engine, never to be found again (deleted).
What you have to lose in this situation is “time“. You waste time starting up and wanting results as quickly as possible and then you quit next day.
Then you feel guilty about it and you do it all over again running in an endless circle. As hard as it may seem, just keep up posting content.
Use the comments down below to share your story about your startup in online business if you have one.
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Thank you for your time,