Blogging is a process whereby you give your best and people pay you back with a visit to your blog. And moments after reading your blog post, they may take action to subscribe to your mailing list for more contents from you; they may also click on adverts on your blog to help you make some bucks – which is one of the greatest benefits of blogging (to make money after all your hard works).
But, does that mean blogging is all about this alone? Nope! Blogging isn’t about making money alone, it is about doing all your best and expecting people to give you good testimonies for your suggestions, tips, and advices. These would help you gain them for future communication which could result into more cash for you on regular basis.
In this article, I want to talk about some reasons why many bloggers aren’t making money online and the possible steps to change the story and move on.
Blogging isn’t their passion, there were forced to do it
But, when I began to see bloggers doing what they aren’t supposed to be doing, like spending huge amount of time on social media sites while, they are supposed to be working on their respective blogs – I normally felt bad for them.
It is not good for you engaging in activities that you have little or no knowledge about. If you have passion for writing, then go do it. But, if you do not have passion for blogging, kindly go for another area where you have ambition for.
I do not have plan to make money online when I started my blog because I have the passion for technology and that was what helped me to rank my technology blog to the first page of Google for this reason. And the good news is, you can do the same! Forget the money others are looking for and focus on helping others, sharing what you know and people will come and bless you even at the time you don’t expect them to.
Money is the driving force for them to blog
Don’t ever allow money to be your propeller for blogging online. What I think should be your push for engaging in blogging activities is the desire to help others, the desire to make other people laugh, the desire to make the world be in good condition through your ideas and techniques.
Inability to share with others
There are countless numbers of people out there who have started blogging for more than 5 to 10 years and yet, they are nowhere to be found when people are looking for successful bloggers.