Blogging Experience with Guts, Grit and Gumption to Run a Successful Blog (2020 and Beyond)

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  1. What an amazing article! This is everything I’ve been feeling and thinking about as a new blogger!

    1. Courtney,
      You are already a stellar blogger.👌
      Be sure to reach out if you require any assistance in your blogging journey.
      H Emma

  2. Blogging is super hard work but I cannot even imagine life without it. Although I do have lots of updating and improving to do that I just can’t seem to make the time for, but I am going to have to get to it soon. Thanks for sharing this wonderfully informative and helpful post!


    1. Hey Shelbee ⭐,

      ‘How Does Blog X Make Money?’ A one-year experience and 4-year experience or even 10-years experience blogging is never the same, especially for the consistent bloggers, irrespective of the blogging niche. Some niches are highly converting, faster, than others. But, YES! You have to keep at it.

      For the patient, who do not give up too early, the connection of blogging with both online and offline businesses, is the answer to what one of our favorite clients terms as ‘God-like money.’

      Nothing great comes easy, despite all the disruptive technology and digital trends!
      xo xo xo

  3. Thank you for sharing some of your thoughts and experience with blogging. The questions are insightful and would help someone decide about which direction to go with blogging. Have a great week!

  4. Isabella,
    Calling into question why anyone would blog helps to define a niche and topic to strikingly start off with.😊
    But we have to strike a balance.
    Look at any neat newspaper. Isn’t it trying to be all trendy things to all people?
    Thus, the reward of being a super successful blogger differs from one blogger to another.
    Never give up, Never give in.
    You might also like this blog here 53 Attention-Grabbing Blog Post Titles That Get Clicked – Cliffhanger Headlines, Headings & Subheadings.
    Catch up later.
    H E

  5. I couldn’t find your A to Z posts. But I wanted to comment to say hello.

    It’s hard to believe the blogging challenge is almost over for 2021. Then the after survey, reflections, and the road trip sign-up.
    Plus, I’m taking part in the Bout of Books read-a-thon in May. So much excitement!
    J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, OperationAwesome6 Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

  6. This is quite a thought provoking post. We plan to hire bloggers for our upcoming digital platform, but I hadn’t considered blogging personally. As an employee for other companies, I learned business and technical writing skills, but I never considered applying those skills creatively to enhance my business.

    Thank you for sharing this insight.