Why your site or blog will not become successful

Last Update: Jan 25, 2015

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There are two basic reasons that explain why your blog or site will not become successful.

It’s actually simple.

Are you willing to do what it takes? Do you always find excuses when it comes to writing, posting or finding that technical bug that comes along?

If not you are in big trouble. There are 2 words that come to mind when I see others in the same old rut.

Commitment and Dedication. Yes, those two words are all you need. Are you committed to do the training


here in WA. Are you dedicated to follow through?


The training and courses are not that hard. Like any school or learning institution the actual process of "doing it" is the real challenge.

In order to avoid failure so we can become successful you will have to dedicate and commitment yourself every day or pretty dog-gone close to it.

There are plenty of people on WA who can help you through those ruff spots. Find them ask for advice and follow through.

Not only here on WA but the Internet has tons of pages filled with tutorials on every subject imaginable...find, and research what it is that will help your online success.

Everyone has excuses that interfere with learning and blogging. Here are a few.

  1. Too much housework
  2. Too much homework
  3. Does anyone care
  4. I'll do it tomorrow
  5. I have nothing say
  6. What if no one likes my writing
  7. I hate to do research
  8. My favorite show is on
  9. Writers block
  10. And many more

The real secret to online success is creating content almost on a daily basis.

Successful niche blogging is not that hard – don’t over complicate it.

Generate content and do it as often as possible.

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Great stuff! I've learned it's all about timing...it's usually at the breaking point --"tipping point" of someone's life when they discover on there own that something needs to change (you!)...welcome to the 80/20 rule.

I mean "their" that was horrible.

Talk is cheap. I remember one of the WA assignments was to write your money goals and how you plan on achieving it. Almost all of the responses included "I'll do whatever it takes". While some people who responded there WILL take action, I know a lot won't.

You nailed it dougbeney. The point I was trying to convey is you gotta make a move. Are all WA members really doing what it takes?

Hello,

You are correct ... to many excuses. I like your last statement "successful niche blogging is not that Hard" - don't over complicate it. I am beginning to understand this ... however, as someone new to this concept it can be overwhelming ... there is a lot of information. The bottom line "Just Do It". Thanks of sharing.

Jeff

Yes, there is a lot of information but the majority of it is "misinformation". The right stuff is here at WA. Try not to overwhelm yourself with too many outside choices. Find the right people and information right here on this site.

Thanks for the reply. Oh I do stay right here on WA...I have been around the block enough to know when something is of value .... and that is WA. It is the real deal. Pleasure to meet you ... I wish you success in the future.

Jeff

Just do it

Action action action!!!

Exactly. For instance I wrote a post on "Learn how to start a blog with siterubix free". Depending where you are located...it comes up on the first page of google. How did I achieve this? I took action and committed myself to do just that!

:)

Thank you for the encouragement.

Commitment and Dedication? sounds good to me. Thank you goodsuccess for the tips, What about creating a content at least once a week, do you think will help to success as well?

Creating content as often as possible is the key. Daily is best 2-3 times per week is good. Once a week also works.

very true, but perhaps easier said than done ... content writing draws on personal experience and passion ... those need to be constantly renewed to create content, not easy, depending on your niche

You are right. Some niches are easier than others. But true commitment and dedication will always help.

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