Creating Your Thriving Community
I really believe many bloggers do not do their research; I think they crave a community on their blogs but just seem to go about it in the wrong way.
I see bloggers everywhere I go online. I see them on social media, blogs, and forums I frequent. They have a lot to say. So I get curious and wonder “what is all the fuss about? What am I missing out on?” So I head over to his/her blog.
And find nothing worthwhile. The posts are standard, almost cookie cutter, just like any other blog in their niche. The blog is chock-full of advertisements from vendors and Google. I can barely find the posts. No bother reading anyway because the writing is horrid.
What a waste of my time.
The blogger got my attention but I doubt he or she will build a thriving audience. I’m not coming back. It is obvious he or she is building a site not a community. They simply want traffic to click on the ads,
. . . Read More: Attracting Visitors to Your Blog Does Not Equal a Thriving Community
This post is somewhat of a transition post. Hopefully it is taking me (and you) from learning and knowing about blogging to learning and implementing online income tactics.
Of course, I will never stop learning about blogging and talking to you about it. But I need to change direction and focus.
It is time for a change.
Next Steps for Me Streamlining RWAHM
Right now I am working on streamlining my blog, meaning I am making it faster and more user friendly. I am doing this to prepare myself for my online income journey. I mean, I can’t move on when the house I built is in shambles. Right?
During the past few months I have not worked very hard on building an income that I can use to help my family prosper more. Frankly speaking, I am angry at myself. This is the main reason I came online back in 2010.
Yet I can’t be
. . . Read More: Transitioning from Blogger to WAHM: Preparing Myself, My Readers and My Blog