Lessons from Making a Blogging Passion a Profit

I’d recommend blogging to anyone that wants to accelerate their financial goals and have some fun along the way. Blogging is low-cost to start and has the potential to bring in decent income.

1. Pick the Right Niche

If you want to get into the blogging game, the first thing you’ll want to do is focus on a particular niche, or topic.

2. Don’t Just Rely on just Google Search Traffic

Getting traffic through Google takes a painfully long time. I knew this when I was getting started with my blog, so I tried to figure out ways that I could get traffic through other sources early on.

3. You’ll Never Predict Your Most Successful Posts

I spent an insane amount of time on my first blog post on the Real Estate Witch.  I literally spent an entire month working on it. The post was over 4K words, and was completely original research. The content was 10X better than anything else that was ranking for my target keywords–and I was sure that in no time, I would be soaking up the traffic with my blogging greatness.

4. Blogging Compounds Like Investments

If I could go back in time, I would have started 4 blogs back in 2016–not just one. Blogging is truly like planting a tree. It takes years to see any results from it and time is your biggest asset. Even if you only spent 2 hours per week on your blog–over the course of 5 or 10 years–you’re going to start to see your effort compound–much like small, consistent investments in an index fund.

5. It’s OK to Not be Consistent

Unlike social media channels, it’s actually OK to not be super consistent with your blog. There were times that I would publish a blog per week–and other times where I would go a month or two without publishing anything.

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