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I know some well-known writers or bloggers who continuously earn money online. One of them is John Chow, an asian guy who consistently make money over the internet. He is not just a blogger but internet marketer as well. I envy how he does his stuff hence, I always ended up being in his site, hoping at the back of my mind to learn his secrets.
Anyway, one of the things I keep concentrating on is mastering the art of writing online. I keep on writing whatever my mind thinks of. Of course, I used to write anything that came out of mind before. Meaning, I write in no particular topic (produced various topics). but don’t get me wrong as I still write general topics in my personal blog, I just have this blog that specifically talks the possibility of earning money online.
I read in this book, Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell, that in order for us to reach our desired result, we should invest ourselves and be exposed to a certain number of hours. For example if you enjoy computer programming and decided to become a successful programmer someday, you should set aside a couple of hours and discipline yourself to do your interest. By the time you complete the required number of hours, you are an expert on whatever you wanted to become. It’s the same in writing. We should practice writing everyday or in your free time. As they say, there’s no such thing as perfect when you faithfully practice. You only get improved and better in your stuff.
Don’t lose hope if until now your efforts don’t pay off. You should learn how people look for information, and answer their questions. After you’ve become aware of that, you should instill in your mind the importance of keyword research and the quality of your content. There’s a money in writing and blogging if you do the proper way. The art of writing online is as simple as this. I hope you get absorbed all the information written here.
Final say: The answer always starts in ourselves. Don’t stop believing and get the work done.