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Reasons That Your Blog Could Fail

 Of all the people that have big dream of making a great living on the Internet there are more then half that will end up failing before the first month is over. So what is the difference between the people that are failing and the people that are making a huge amount of money working on the Internet?

Blogging has become a hugely popular way for people to make money online. However there are many who are becoming frustrated because they are not making the kind of money that they hoped they would by running a blog.

So what are some reasons as to why someone would fail in blogging?

You are unhappy with what you are doing.

You can fail with running a blog if you are not happy with what you are doing. You will not be productive and will likely end up making excuses to avoid working on your blog altogether if it is not something that you are completely passionate about doing. The wrong attitude is a certain sign of a business that will fail.

You have the wrong priorities.

You can spend and entire day feeling that you have worked your butt off to improve your business and be completely worn out by the end of the day. The bad part is that when you sit back to think about you really did not do anything that was truly productive. You need to have a very clear idea as to what are the top priority tasks that you need to complete concerning your blog each and every day. You also need to be able to determine the tasks that can be set aside for later so that you can be truly productive.

You can easily become distracted.

If you are sitting at your computer trying to get some work done and it seems like you are always getting called away to take care of something else then you are going to have a really hard time making your blog a success. You need to focus on small tasks that will make your productivity level increase. For instance you could take the telephone away from your work area while you are working or work on writing your blog posts and then take care of promoting your blog. By setting yourself up with a schedule that you can keep you will be able to limit your distractions during the day.

You do not want to learn from your mistakes.

If you are doing something like wasting time and you do not seem to see any problem with that then you are definitely going to fail in blogging. You need to be able recognize your mistakes and be able to make positive changes to correct them otherwise you are doomed to be repeating your mistakes over and over again.

If you can avoid making these mistakes when you are working on making your blog a success then you are going to be well on your way to creating a great online income for yourself.

Jonathan Hook gives away more blogging tips and tools at http://www.e-bloggers.com
Article Source: Articles for Boomers

3 comments to Reasons That Your Blog Could Fail

  • Good points! Especially the one about loving what you’re doing. If you don’t you will not devote the time and energy necessary to succeed at your goals!

    Primarily I started most of my blogs to help promote my website. Then I discovered the blogs grew a life of their own! I am now redirecting some of my priorities to those interests of mine that have struck a cord in others out in cyberspace.

    But, because I started blogs on things I’m interested in, I maintain my passion. I am now redirecting some of my priorities to those interests of mine that have struck a cord in others out in cyberspace.

    You have to keep an eye on what people respond to and go with it.

  • I think sometimes its the stamina, after all you have to post at least once a week to keep the traffic and interest. People also choose very tight niches blogs and run out of subject matter. most people do a lot of “work” on their blogs but that does not mean they are “producing” good blogs

  • Where have you been?? Or should I ask, where Have I been? This information is just what I needed and I am now re-considering a few of my blogs and what I really want from them!!

    Blogging truly has evolved, thanks for keeping us in the loop!

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