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Don't Be Obsessed With Your Blog Stats

I learned that if you're obsessed with your blog stats and always check it everyday, you can't do more as it deprives some of your time (instead of allotting it to writing). You might as well feel depressed upon seeing the low traffic you got. Honestly, this is my daily routine and it makes me look a desperate guy. I also watch out my earned dollars in Adsense and praying that a miracle will happen with just a blink of an eye.

Since I noticed that there is nothing good that these habits will do for me, I decided not to look up on my blog stats (pageviews and search keywords) and hinder myself from logging into my Adsense account. Instead, I promised myself to write a useful content for a month and see if that would pay off. I will allot my time in reading similar blogs that are going to teach me on how to improve my writing. I also follow my schedule when it comes to posting (every Wednesday) but sometimes I make a sudden post in any day. So it would be more or less 3 articles per week.

Based on some blogs I read, we should not blog if money is the major motivation behind it. Just write what you are passionate about and the money will eventually come. It's obvious that this blog's niche is learning to earn money online despite the fact that I am not earning hundreds or thousands of dollars a month but hey it's my passion so I'm not violating that rule. You do not ask, I used to write and earn decent money from these great sites: Squidoo, ExpertsColumn, just to name a few.

Anyway, what I am thinking right now is to write a new content everyday and post it here as soon as I can. If that's not attainable, I make sure that I post atleast 3 articles per week for my readers. I'm very excited to see what I would get at the end of September. If this turned to be successful, I will keep doing it. If not, I will refine my method and ways like the one I've just recently learned from becomeablogger.com which is the Google Experiment Tool.
Let me know if you too are struggling in making money online with your blogs. If yes, feel free to leave your message below and spread this jethrosas project (what I call it) for this whole month.

Thank you!


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