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Oink oink! Piggishly gobble it up to purchase an enjoyable, enlightening course created by my friend Sue-Ann Bubacz of Write Mix for Business and I. Just released. Spreading the word on this sucker because bloggers need a helpful guide to free them from struggles, failures and, the constant temptation to quit blogging. Don’t do it, guys! Please; see the journey through. Our choice gets you on the straight and narrow to give you blogging peace of mind. But digging deeper, I know another important observation you need to make in order to accelerate your blogging success.
Some bloggers blog incredibly skillfully. Writing? Awesome. Presentation? Top notch. Everything concerning their blog itself checks all boxes. But these bloggers often struggle terribly to drive traffic and profits. Why? Do you feel a bit frustrated, being in this boat of skilled, but failing, bloggers? Psst….come in close. I have your solution. You may not want to hear it. But hugging this truth does wonders for your blogging campaign. Expect to sip sweet blogging success the split second you own your error, correct that boo boo and move in the opposite direction. What is the issue? You ain’t go a skills problem BUT you do have an exposure problem. Nobody knows you. Nobody knows who you are. If you publish a brilliant, helpful blog, but nobody reads it, you do not have a blog. You have a cyber diary. How far do you get if only you read your blog? Not too far.
Boosting your exposure accelerates your blogging success because more folks see how skilled, helpful and valuable you are, as a blogger. Guest posting, genuine blog commenting and building your blogger buddy network by promoting other bloggers helps you to succeed mightily in terms of gaining massive exposure. Bloggers usually do not have a skills issue. Bloggers usually have a massive exposure issue. Most bloggers solve problems skillfully, churning out helpful, valuable content. But so many bloggers fail because they do not the stuff you need to do to gain exposure, expanding your blogging success. Maybe you resist networking. Perhaps you feel awkward guest posting on blogs, fearing you cannot connect with readers. Or you just feel terrified to waste your time with genuine blog commenting. Guys; fun and freedom awaits connected bloggers with friends all around the world. Peep today; this is the 3rd guest post I’m writing to help you and to promote the course release. How did I land these exposure-expanding guest posting gigs? I networked generously. How did I network generously? I helped bloggers, asked for nothing in return, and gained guest post invites which increased my exposure.
Stop trying to make everything perfect on your blog. Be hyper aware of this common form of blogging self-sabotage. Folks love making blogs look purdy while sitting firmly inside of their comfort zone. But no matter how awesome your blog genuinely is, if you have little to no exposure, nobody reads your blog, you struggle and fail. Gaining exposure is the secret to expansive blogging success. Hell; even if you have decent but not earth-shattering blogging skills, gaining massive exposure still makes you super duper successful. I have seen 6 figure earners who did not have a firm grasp on the English language, but they had some blogging skills and gained massive, monumental exposure through an epic blogger networking campaign. Keep meeting folks. Be generous. Expect nothing. Get connected. Allow the world to see and enjoy your serious blogging skills to accelerate your online success.
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Hey guys; smash those Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn Share buttons to give Nazim greater exposure for his blog and to empower bloggers to start building their exposure. Let’s free a bunch of bloggers by showing ’em it’s more about exposure and less about skills for most bloggers, shall we? Feel the joy of helping, serving and assisting your fellow bloggers.