Debunking Blogging Myths Part 2

Debunking Blogging Myths Part 2

So, did you see the first post Debunking Blogging Myths Part 1?  This post is a continuation of that post, mainly because I felt it would be far too long a post if I put them all into one. I know many people don’t like overly long posts and that includes me. I get put off by too lengthy a post especially if it rambles on rather than getting to the point and there is also the time factor too.

So that is why we have Debunking Blogging Myths Part 2, rather than having all in one post! Does that make sense to you?

Bloggers NEED….

Good Writing Skills

Nope! You just need to be able to write well!

What does that mean?  I have read numerous blog posts that are poorly written. They have spelling mistakes, bad grammar and sometimes don’t even make sense .

There have been posts where I am horrified by the advice given but then realise that maybe that is the norm in their part of the world. writing skills be an expertIt is important to realise that our posts can be read worldwide just as we read posts from all corners of the earth.
So you don’t need top writing skills just an ability to write in a way that connects with your readers and be able to write posts that help.

 You have to be an expert!

Do you think every expert started out that way? No, they learnt as they went along. You gradually become an expert by researching thoroughly and learning as you go.

Again, I think people are put off starting their own blog because they’re not an expert at what they want to talk about.
Whilst it helps to have something that makes you qualified to talk about your blog topic, you certainly don’t need to be! People read blogs for the personal touch. As long as you’ve got experience in what you write about that’s fine.
It’s also totally okay to not be an expert once you start but to understand you’ll learn more about it as you blog more. Many people think they need to know a lot even if they aren’t an expert but it’s not true.

Posting More Means You Will Get More Traffic

At the start you need to build your content, so the more you post the better. In the early days though, it won’t bring more traffic but it will help build trust with Google.

I had a craft blog that I used to post on daily with a different theme each day. Once it became established it got a lot of traffic but it became too much. Instead of establishing a once or twice a week pattern, I let it lapse because life got so busy and something had to go.

So its better to establish a steady routine of posting than overdo it. As you build it up the traffic will increase gradually.

People Will Just Find Your Blog

Sadly no!

You write an amazing blog post with fabulous images, press publish, and ……. nothing. Why is nobody reading it? My post is brilliant!
However good the post no one will come to read it until they know you are there. increase blog traffic, social mediaThe internet is a big place, there are many businesses, websites and blogs and unless you TELL people where you are they won’t know.
You have to actually put effort into getting traffic to your blog. It’s better to post less often, write posts that are optimised for Google, and promote them more. Because otherwise, nobody will read them!

Use every Social Media Platform

A myth many bloggers believe is that as soon as you begin a blog you must have an account for every single social media platform there is.
Eventually, you will but too many too soon will be overwhelming. Trying to tackle too many social media platforms at once will mean you’ll spread yourself too thin.
On top of all the other blogging tasks, it will be too much.

By all means, get accounts on each of them. Spend a bit of time looking at each and decide which one to start on then learn all you can and spend time growing that account. Then pick the next favourite and so on. It will be a time consuming task at the start but as you get used to it you will get faster and it won’t be such a chore.

Blogging Is Dead

This came up in a search on Google. This means people want to know if it’s true.

It’s not dead or even dying, it’s alive and well and still growing.Is blogging dead

From Google:

  • No, blogging isn’t dead in 2021
  • Bloggers have to adapt and create new business models if they want to keep achieving consistent results with their blogs. … That’s because both of these practices are now placed under the wider umbrella of content marketing rather than personal or corporate blogging.

So even now its a growing market.

Is Blogging still relevant

This was another search term I spotted that made me pause and think.

It is more relevant now than it ever was. Why? Because people go to blogs when they have a problem that they need a solution for.

How to fix something

The best way to plan a garden or grow something

How to find that unusual piece that will finish off the look of a newly decorated room.

What to buy as a gift for a certain age group.

What to do if a baby won’t stop crying

and so on…… For many, the blogs have become the family that used to live round the corner, the friend they lost contact with. That person who could always be relied upon to give a sensible solution.

Conclusion

Blogging is not an easy option. It can take time to learn all you need to know and to find your ‘voice’. It can even take time to find the niche you want, very likely with a few changes of mind.

We have learnt that its not a case of ‘Build it and they will come’. It takes hard work to get them to come and visit. But once the traffic starts flowing from Google that will build and sharing on social media should bring a steady visitor stream.

BUT …. It’s not all hard work, once you get into the swing of it, it’s fun. I love it and love the life it brings.

 

An Easy Guide to Affiliate Marketing

The easy guide to Affiliate Marketing

This is an easy guide to affiliate marketing, just the basics really because a lot of people have no idea what it is. Some that do have a vague idea, think it is something dodgy. Trust me, it’s not.

So what is it?

From Wikipedia:

  • Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts

Does that help or make any sense? Not really? Not surprised, I had no idea either when I began this journey.

This is not a completely extensive guide to affiliate marketing, just the basics really because a lot of people have no idea what it is.

Affiliate marketing can be a little bit like the wind. We know it exists. We understand to an extent what it does we don’t really know how to harness it or be able to use it to its best capabilities.

How I found it

I was minding my own business, running an online craft business, when my daughter said…. DRUM ROLL ……  “You should be an influencer with all the sTwitter followers you have”. Now I had not come across influencers, had maybe been vaguely aware of them but basically had no idea what they did. Said daughter’s input was… “they recommend stuff and get paid well.” I liked the sound of that, who wouldn’t?

Influencers

So my interest was piqued. I went looking. A few companies you could sign up to. Didn’t give out any information that I could find. Kept looking and eventually signed up with one. Still had no idea what I was doing.

So they ‘tested’ me. Gave me various links to tweet. I could do that, so I did. Nothing happened at all, just given more. Took me a couple of months to realise I was an idiot and advertising for them for free.affiliate marketing and influencer marketing. An Easy Guide to Affiliate Marketing

That did put me off, a lot. Forgot about it for a bit, then started looking again. I found bits and pieces of information and the word affiliate kept cropping up.

Affiliate

Yep, you guessed it! I went off at a tangent and started following that lead. The more I searched, the more it seemed to me that the two terms were the same. Or at least, that was the way it seemed to me at that time. They did seem to me to work the same way.

Affiliates recommended products, books and courses etc, then if someone bought them, they earned money. That was affiliate marketing.

Influencers recommended mainly products, expensive ones, to their followers and then got paid. I was a bit sketchy on the details but that seemed to be the way they worked. Simple right?

 Not So Simple

So I kept looking for any information on affiliate marketing. Phew, there were a lot of dodgy looking ‘systems’ out there. I am lucky that I have good intuition that held me back and stopped me being scammed. After a while I could spot the scammers a mile away.

If it sounds and looks to good to be true, then it usually is!

So eventually I came across one that looked legitimate and let me inside for free to start learning.

Simply Affiliate Marketing

So, affiliate marketing is earning commission from products you recommend. So we knew that but how do you earn the commissions?what is affiliate marketing

Mainly by setting up a blog, whether that’s somewhere like blogger, which is free, or a wordpress website for which you will need to pay for hosting, is up to you. If like me when I started you knowing nothing, then you will save yourself a lot of time by learning what it entails first.

It can be as easy as setting up a blog and just writing whatever you fancy. It’s what I did with my first blog.

Check out my first blog HERE!

BUT….. yes a very BIG but…. that won’t make you money, won’t become a business!

Making blogging a business

Is that what you really want? To create a business and build it up so you can give up working that daily JOB?

A job is something that makes money for someone else and often leaves you stuck in a place you don’t want to be, living a life you aren’t happy in. Sound familiar?

I must warn you though, it is hard work and will take a big chunk of your time. You will see little or no return for months or maybe even a year or two. That depends upon how much time you have to give to it and much of yourself you are prepared to put into it. And most of all, whether you have the right mindset.

So what makes a blog a business?

YOU! So you choose a niche/topic, set up your blog/website and start writing. Sounds simple doesn’t it? It can be quite tough sitting there staring at a blank page and that’s before you know about keywords, SEO, analytics, marketing and much more.

There is a lot to learn about the best way to go about it. Especially if you want to save yourself years of effort that amounts to nothing.

There are free courses about blogging of course, they are worth trying but find recommendations to save you time sifting through them.

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Conclusion

Starting a blog can be simple and easy if you start with a free platform like blogger. It is easy to set up and organise the layout, as a complete novice 9/10 years ago I managed it.

To make it successful you need to post regularly. Success equates to the amount of traffic you get. I have revived this blog early this year because it was still receiving traffic despite not being touched for a 2/3 years. So it was still showing up in google, that I call a result.

My blog on Blogger is HERE!

If you sign up for a Wealthy Affiliate Free trial you get lessons to try out and the first shows you how to set up a WordPress website step by step.

It gives a great sense of achievement when you do it. It did for me as I had avoided WordPress thinking it would be too complicated and difficult to do. WordPress gives you the ability to build a website the way you want it to be, you are able to be more creative.

It is not a get rich quick way to earn money but then neither are all the so called  “systems” out there. It takes hard work, a lot of time, the right mindset, determination and persistence.

BUT, it is satisfying, enjoyable, exciting and fun. Plus it gives the freedom to work the hours YOU want and you can work anywhere.

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Debunking Blogging Myths Part 1

Debunking Blogging Myths Part 1

I suspect many of us have heard at least some of these blogging myths that get trotted out on a regular basis, especially to those of us that blog.

I have heard a few myths just lately so I thought I would do some research and was actually surprised by how many there are rolling around. So this post wasn’t too lengthy, I decided to write 2 posts on the subject. This one is Debunking Blogging Myths Part 1.

Following this one is Debunking Blogging Myths Part 2. I admit the second title is not very original but it serves its purpose.

BLOGGING:

Isn’t A Real Job

So compared to a 9-5 job working for someone else, I suppose it doesn’t seem that way. blogging is a jobYou don’t clock on and off but that’s because you set your own hours. I think it may be the fact that you set your own hours that makes people think that way.
If you’re working hard and getting paid for it, it’s a job. And that’s what blogging is, hard work!
Nevertheless, this is often a blogging myth, one to be ignored. Blogging is a real job.

Doesn’t make M0ney

It’s not a regular wage until you have become well established, even then its not a certain income. Things like the pandemic took away many a blogger’s lifestyle and earnings.  Yet before many travel bloggers were big earners, it just took a virus becoming a Pandemic very quickly to destroy that income. However, there were many who’s blogs really took off BECAUSE of the pandemic.

It does & doesn’t

Cycling, home gyms, exercise for all ages, healthy lifestyles etc. These and many more became very popular as traffic increased dramatically and sales followed.
There are also many aspiring bloggers who don’t make any money at all yet for a variety of reasons. There are also bloggers who only make small amounts of money. Earnings depend upon effort put in, consistency with posting, interesting topics and of course time to get established
If you don’t believe me, you only got to read some income reports from bloggers. Some of them make $50,000. Per month.

Only does well in popular niches

Some niches or topics have a lot of well established websites and well known bloggers that already have built up trust, so people go back.  Plus some are in a niche where people want to buy.
For example, people that read beauty blogs are literally looking to shop for products. And people who read recipes need the ingredients to form the recipe. So it’s easy to link to these products and make money when people use the link to buy it.
But you could be in either of those and not make any money at all.
The pandemic has shown that being popular one minute doesn’t mean you will stay that way without effort.

A less well known niche can make money because they don’t have the same competition but again it takes work.

needs Page Views to make Moneytraffic. Debunking Blogging Myths Part 1

Just because you’ve got people reading your blog doesn’t mean it’ll be profitable. There are bloggers with 100,000+ views a month that don’t make anything. Because they haven’t monetised it! I know this for a fact as 1o years ago I had a blog but knew nothing about monetising it. It was very popular and I blogged daily, eventually I let it lapse. If only I had known then what I know now.

More page views can mean you make money from adverts and affiliate links. So in that case more traffic/page views can mean more money.
You can still make money with hardly any page views, and have many page views and make nothing.

Is Free

Yes it can be free if you start a blog on a free platform like blogger. You can still monetise the blog but you don’t have the freedom to alter it the way you can a wordpress website/blog.

If you go for a wordpress website there are some platforms that still have a free basic site. If you want to be serious about blogging, make money and eventually live off it, then you may want to get more freedom to arrange your blog the way you want it to be.

That introduces costs with a domain name and website hosting. Some products you review you will buy first. You need a decent camera for photos. If you wanted to know more you could do a blogging course to get you up  and running faster. That may entail cost too, although there are free courses if you go looking.

Is Easy

This blogging myth is quite common for those who know nothing about it. From an outsiders point of view just sitting on your computer looks easy. They don’t see the research, the time spent building social media or the constnt teaking to improve the blog. Then of course there is so much to learn about SEO and keywords to optimise your blog. It is a constant learning curve.

You need to blog regularly to keep the content fresh and keep your readers coming back. For some the words flow freely but others struggle with ideas for new posts or just with putting their thoughts in to words.

Is Just WritingDebunking Blogging Myths Part 1 1

Once I got the hang of it, I loved writing my first blog but it was time consuming. I wrote about my own crafts and would showcase other crafts by having a different theme each day. Searching for different crafts, checking with each person that it was okay, writing it, adding pictures and then of course adding it to all the social media platforms so people would know there was a new post available. In retrospect, the writing was the easy part, it was everything else that took up much of the time.

Bloggers need to be photographers, graphic designers, web designers, social media managers, and a heck of tons more. So blogging myth number 2 debunked- bloggers don’t just blog.

Conclusion

Blogging is not an easy option at all. When you work for yourself you tend to put in many more hours than you ever did working for someone else.

It’s not easy at all but it is very satisfying when people come to read your post and they find it useful. Perhps they learn something or maybe it makes them want to try whatever you just wrote about. We are here to help people to find answers.

To what? Anything really. Problems, curiosity, the need to learn more, perhaps something obscure they are looking for. When people go looking on Google, they type in their queries. Then Google brings up the variety of sites that have a matching keyword to what they want to know.

Then we regularly check the numbers and if they rise, however slowly, it is gratifying and exciting.

I LOVE it!

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What is the Key to Success

What is the Key to Success

There are many opinions and guesses and much advice about the KEY to success. Those with established businesses, entrepreneurs, budding entrepreneurs and people from all walks of life ask the same question! What is the key to success?

Any ideas?

So…. I googled it. I found what I expected, a variety of lists. You might think that there would be one definitive list wouldn’t you? Sadly no because we are all different and have different ideas, opinions, goals and even differing views on what success means.

So each person knows, just as I feel that I know. Actually,  I know there are a variety of keys but I also know that there is one thing without which the other keys won’t work.  One thing that you need above all others to reach the pinnacle of success.

Let’s look at the variety of keys required first.

KnowledgeKnowledge   What is the Key to Success

Avoid the Get Rich Quick schemes, you will waste time and money on something that may briefly make money but so often you have to spend more and more to get anywhere. Understand that you cannot reach success by throwing money at something. You need to learn about business, how to go about it and what you have to do to build a successful business.

If you are wanting an online business, then you need to know how to do that. How to set up a website, all about SEO, social media, blogging and then the area you want to go into, selling goods, dropshipping, affiliate marketing etc.

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Determination

Without determination, there is no push to keep going. You need to have that resolve to keep going no matter what. If you give up too soon you will never know how close you were to the success you crave.

Determination will keep you going when you are tired and want to stop. It will keep you going when you think that you will never be able to learn all you need to know. It will drive you on when you are convinced that integrating so much knowledge is an impossible task and then keep you moving forwards as you pass that stage and build on what you have learnt.

You have decided you are going to do this and resolved to persevere and keep going regardless of how long it takes to reach success.

Hard workHard work

This should really go without having to be said but in this day and age of instant gratification, I feel it needs to be stated loud and clear!

HARD WORK! It takes hard work to build the foundations of a successful business and hard work to keep it going and being successful.

You will need to put in the work and the time if you want your business to be successful. To keep working towards your goal even when you feel like giving up. At any point you just don’t know how close you might be to success.

You will reach a point of overload, most people do, but if you can work through that it will suddenly become much easier.

So many give up too easily.

Discipline

Discipline is an obvious one. You have to be disciplined to organise your workload. Perhaps you are working at a job while you build your business, so you need to organise your time and make sure you carry through with the work needed for your fledgling business.

You need discipline to continue, even if you are tired.

Maybe your friends or family want you to go somewhere or do something, the easy option is to just forget the work waiting. But if you are disciplined you will continue to work, even if only a little, knowing that further down the line you will have more time for all those things.

BeliefBelief

Without this, you might as well not start really. If you don’t believe you can do it, then you won’t. Self-belief is a very big part of success. If you don’t believe in yourself then why would anyone else?

It is easy to say you believe you can do it but saying that and having the complete knowing that you can and will do this, are two entirely different things.

It is human to doubt occasionally at low moments but the majority of your focus should be on success.

The belief should be strong enough to ensure you can ignore all those that try to deter you under the guise of  ‘good advice’.

So What is the Key to Success?

Passion!

To me, this is the main key to success.

If you don’t have a passion for what you are doing then it comes through in your writing.  You will struggle to find new ideas to write about after a time. The enthusiasm won’t be there in the same way as if you were truly passionate about your niche.

You will probably start off well but then it will become more of a chore.Passion  What is the Key to Success

Often we start out looking at it from the money angle. You know what I mean. You research what is popular and will make you the most money. Let’s be fair. There is nothing wrong with that, we all have to make a living. It’s possible to have sites you aren’t passionate about, that make money. But the chances are that your interest will dwindle despite the earning potential.

Passion will bring a flood of ideas, will make the writing flow, inspire you and pull you back constantly despite any other work you need to do. The right products will come along to either sell or be affiliated with when you are ready.

But most of all, it will be exciting and fun. Fun is not just for kids, it’s for everybody.

When you have passion for what you do, whether it’s a job, working for someone else, or your own business it is fun too.

What about YOU?

Is your life fun? Do you enjoy your work? Is there something you are passionate about that you would like to turn into a business?

Do you dream of working for yourself? Do you have a passion you want to turn into a business?

If you do, now is the best time. With the Pandemic and so many countries going into a fresh lockdown, more people than ever are turning to the internet for jobs and their own business.

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Motivating Tips For Working From Home

Motivating Tips For Working From Home

This is for those who work from home, either as a job or as their own boss running their own business. It is also for those thinking about working from home. Sometimes we just need some motivating tips for working from home, especially if you are new to it or not been doing it long.

Although in the last several month’s many people have had to get used to working from home during the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. The thing is, even if you have been doing it a while, it can still be a struggle to retain your focus for hours at a time.

Here are some Motivating Tips for Working From Home

Dressing for Work

If you have a problem getting into work mode, consider what you are wearing. YourPJ’s? Comfies that have seen better days? Neither of those are telling you to get into work mode.

We are all different and some can wake up, grab a cuppa and the laptop and start work. Yep, that’s me! But and this is a big BUT, I have been working from home for 10 years. After long enough you can think yourself into work mode but when you start out it’s not that easy.

You can have a coffee break whenever you like. Dress for workThen you think about the biscuit tin just sitting there calling your name, after all it’s a great idea to dunk some biscuits in your coffee. Sound familiar?

The postman appears, a family member turns up for a chat, knowing you are at home. Then suddenly, half the day is gone and you haven’t got anything done.

Dress the Part

There are a number of articles that find dressing for the office while working from home has a positive effect on mental state, creativity and focus.

A big part of dressing for work at home is that it allows you to create a distinction between relaxing at home and being in work mode. When you finish work, if you used to change out of your work clothes when you got home, then do the same now when working from home. It’s about having the right mindset.

Communicating your Intentions

Once you decide to work from home, if you intend to do regular hours then you need to make it clear to other members of the household. Have a conversation about boundaries and availability. That your worktime is between certain hours and you expect them to respect that. After all no one would be expecting to turn up at your office for coffee and a chat would they.

As time goes on and you become used to being disciplined about working hours you can swap them around.

I work on into the evening having taken time out to spend with the family during the day or doing shopping etc. I start early morning too, anytime from 5.00-6.00 a.m whenever I wake and do a few hours then.

Building a business

Building a business takes time and a lot of hard work. You may find at the start that you are doing longer hours than you expected. If you are really enjoying it, then it won’t be a chore, you will probably have a hard time dragging yourself away.

I must admit, I love my work and would happily be at my desk from early until late and sometimes get the chance to do just that. I never tire of it and that is how it should be.

If you are finding it a real chore and there is no excitement, then maybe your business niche isn’t right for you. Sometimes though, people just miss the interaction with other people and find they get lonely. If you live alone, it could be that your social life was connected to work, especially if you have moved away from where you grew up.

A home workspace

Having a designated work area can help in getting you into the right mindset for working. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy but working in an area where there are constant distractions isn’t the best place to be.

I started off in the spare room which was good but it wasn’t considered to be MY office as it contained a bed and wardrobe besides my desk and shelves.Create your own workspacePlus, as a spare room, it often became a dumping ground for miscellaneous objects that didn’t immediately have a home. Other family members would feel it was okay to go in there and move my things around or look for things, not that it happened often but that wasn’t the point. The thing is that you are still far too easily accessible to anyone and everyone.

If you can have a room that is just yours, it makes it easier. I now have an office in the garden. As I walk down the garden it puts me into working mode. No one goes in without permission, they have no need, it only holds my work things.

Finding a Balance

If you work for someone else this should be easier to do, finding that life and work balance. With a job you have set hours or set work that needs to be done. When you work for yourself and are building a business those lines become blurred. If you have a family spending every spare minute on your business won’t go down well.

Not only that you do need some time out to relax and connect with other people. Too many hours working nonstop can find you making mistakes, big or small or just losing focus. Perhaps even concentrating on something that is minor rather than the important things that will move you forwards quicker.

So then you are not only upsetting loved ones but also not moving your business in the right direction.

Get everyone on board

Now that sounds simple, doesn’t it? That’s because it is. You sit your family down and tell them what you are doing. Let them know that at first, it will be time consuming and a lot of work to build up. Point out that you are doing it for the future of all and that it will get better and easier after many months or even a year or so.

Does that seem a long time? Trust me, it’s not. When you are busy and focused it flies by.

Today’s World

With the Pandemic still going strong, ebbing and then flowing back with more infections occurring, normality is slow to return.

If you are able to work from home at least you are still employed. For those that were proactive during the first lockdown and started a business while you were furloughed, well done. I suspect your business will be coming along nicely. Todays world. Motivating tips for working from homeDepending upon the are you went into you may not be earning yet but are definitely building solid foundations, especially if that’s affiliate marketing.

Or perhaps you looked and found work you could do online, writing for others, website building, creating graphics etc. If you are sensible, you will keep that going, even if you have gone back to work. At best it is extra money, at worst, it will supply something to live on.

With an uncertain future at this time, many people losing their jobs, with restrictions constantly in place and the threat of new lockdowns more and more people are looking at ways to work from home.

It’s an Ideal Solution

I love working from home. It can be tough at first, follow the tips above to ensure you get the work done rather than thinking, maybe later.

If you are just starting to look online for work or to start a small business, there is no better time.

Is there too much competition?

From Statista.com:

  • How many people use the internet?
  • Almost 4.57 billion people were active internet users as of July 2020, encompassing 59 percent of the global population. China, India and the United States rank ahead all other countries in terms of internet users.

That’s a lot of people and it’s still growing which shows that it’s a massive market place. Especially now with so many more buying, even basic provisions, via the internet.

So, what are you waiting for?

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