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One Month Blogging

A challenge to myself

Since, I do not see improvements with my blog's traffic and earnings (and you may freely read it here), I decided to challenge myself. The original challenge is to write new article or blog post per day for one whole week. But this will not work and will not produce any results so I extend it to one month.

I will be frank that I wasn't able to follow my plan so it turned out like this: having more than 3 live published content every week. And as I'm writing this, I will be glad to announce that I successfully executed it. Still 4 more days to go before September ends and I'm very excited to see how much traffic and earnings I made so far.

Anyway, what I learned and found out while doing this challenge is the more you write and publish content, the more traffic you will get. And as I always mention in this blog that the more traffic you have, most likely, the more money you would get. This is the first time I pushed myself to produce more content as to be honest, in my 2 years’ experience of blogging in this blog, I only published 47 entries including this one.
I hope you are not doing the same thing esp. if you are starting out in your blog. Be responsible and consistent with your blog if you want to earn money from it. Treat it as real business and it will bring you to the result you badly want.

Enjoy with your blogging my friend and feel free to write your comment below. Thank you.


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