Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Little Bit Of Patience, That is All it Takes

There are countless amounts of blogs all over the Internet today. Some of these blogs are personal, some of them try to sell their products, and most of them are blogs that are created to make money.

Everyday many people create blogs to start up their online fortune. They all start their blogs with good spirit and ambition to earn some money from the Internet. However, most of these blogs are abandoned with failure as people can't see the return they expected. So why do these blogs fail, while others can get lots of visitors and earn lots of money. By the way I am one those people, who gave up and start blogging again :))

From my own experience, I can tell you why these people stop writing to their blogs. I personally started many blogs. Each blog that created is about different subjects. I will not go in great details about those blogs, however I stop writing to all of them including this one. I just gave up. I didn't see enough return from the blogs. Also traffic was not that great. But recently I started blogging again. Because, although it was very obvious, I figured what my mistakes were, and figured how a blog can be a success.

Key to a blogs success is PATIENCE. That is the only thing you have to have from the start. Experts will tell you lots of things about good blogging, but if you don't have the patience, all those good advices will going from one ear and go out from the other. Those experts will tell you that you need to create good content. You need to write about something that you enjoy, something that you know. All of these are right. But without patience you can't do any of these advices. Because it takes time for a blog to become successful and start making money.

So I realised, only reason I failed is because I didn't have the patience to create good content, I didn't have the patience to write regularly, I didn't have patience to create back links for my blog, and I didn't have patience to carry on with my blog. But now, I got back my patience and god knows what the future holds.