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    Why people failed in blogging?

    There are two types of blogs people typically create in the "make money online" space.
    1) A tutorial style website that teaches other people how to make money online
    2) A "follow my journey with me as I try to learn how to make money online" style of website

    If you don't really have much experience earning money from internet marketing in any way, then it doesn't really make sense for you to do the first type of site listed there. A lot of people do that, and they end up failing, mostly because it is hard to give out good advice when you haven't learned enough yet. They try to fake it till they make it, but never actually make it.

    A smaller percentage of people will do the second type of site where they invite you to "follow their journey as they try to make money online". For someone without a lot of experience, that is a better style of website. You will end up attracting people who are just like you who are trying to also learn how to do internet marketing/affiliate marketing/make money with websites/etc... They feel a connection to you because they know exactly what you are going through. And they trust you more because you are being honest with them about your experiences.

    My advice is - if you are currently running the first style of blog I mentioned, I think you should consider switching to the second type where you can be 100% honest with people. You don't have to fake anything. You can simply share what you are learning. There are some rich people in the industry who started out this way.

    Tip number 2 - Make lots of friends online. Don't just make acquaintances. Build real friendships. Those friends will come in handy when you need them.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    some people do blogs just to spam, they only focus on spamming keywords in their blogs. People who do blogging must be able to relay good information not just for the sake of blogging.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    Yes I agree. Most people just spam keywords with no real content. This will give you a small boost at first, but it'll die quickly. Quality articles is what is needed.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    good post and good advice

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    Some of the people fails in blogging due to some reason which are given below:-

    1.Lack of passion
    2.Lack of creativity
    3.Lack of goal
    4.Lack of personality
    5.Greed to learn
    6.Ignoring to SEO
    7.Lack of concentration

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    Usually the lack of passion is one of the major reasons why most bloggers fail online, they don’t have any passion for blogging, and they just began blogging because they saw a particular “popular blogger” make six figures blogging. To become a successful blogger it's just vital to write what are you passionate about. Successful bloggers don’t just follow the norm, they all have their own ideas going far away out of the crowd. Many so called bloggers fail to concentrate on just running one blog, they move to another one without having success with the first one. Stop creating “hundreds” of blogs, focus on one and make it perfect.
    If you're running a business blog, you may not be competent with all the terminilogy, so you may need to use content writing service https://1writingservice.com/custom-content/ .

    Just be unique, trust and respect you desire in your niche and will go a long way to securing traffic and followers.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    Thank you for the good answer. I'm interested in your opinion. I have my blog here asian webcams. I think being a blogger is cool. A lot of people are watching me. I make good money. Maybe you're just not made for that.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    A good blogger should write interesting posts! and write them regularly! An equally important aspect of success is the ability to search interesting topics for the reader.

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    Re: Why people failed in blogging?

    A writer's block which can suddenly "atack" a blogger is a very widespread reason, too.

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    The problem you're writing about is very familiar to me, you're just describing an issue called a writer's block. It is a very widespread phenomenon among professional writers, journalists and copywriters. There are many methods to fight it, but I would definitely distinguish these two: making a good break and reading other authors. That is unbelievable how other writers can inspire you (and help to refine your own style). A good break is necessary for brains "re-loading" , you need to make a vacuum in your head to let other ideas enter it. Talking about different additional services aimed to help you, I would recommend using a good plagiarism checker (especially actual for students I guess. By the way most of professors read this blog and use this tool https://plagiarismcheck.org/blog/top-3-manipulations/ ) .

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