Blogging has been one the best thing that has happened in my life. My blogging journey has been long, but not too long though. I started with writing articles as a freelancer. One day I read an article (though I cannot remember which one) that WordPress can host sites for free. I was super excited to find a platform that I can share my thoughts with other people out there.
I used WordPress for 6 months; then I decided to put up my self-hosted site online. I realized blogging was becoming a part of me, and I wanted more control of my site, in terms of showing advertisements and adding plugins that I loved.
So my journey has been faced with both good times and bad times. However, today I am going to share my biggest failure as a blogger.
Not posting consistently
Back in that time, I had not researched more about blogging. I thought I should be posting when an idea strikes my head. Little did I know that becoming a blogger, you have to be an idea generator, read extensive and post regularly like one article per day or three articles per week, that is, if you want to build a bigger audience who will be reading your articles, commenting and sharing.
That challenge has been my biggest failure until now when I am writing this post.
Reasons why I fail to post consistently
Blogging is not my full-time job
Yes, that’s right. Blogging has not yet become my full-time job. Sometimes it is a hustle to balance my primary job and blogging. There is a time I feel I am over exhausted such that I cannot think anything to share with my audience. I am well aware that I can outsource freelancers from sites like Fiverr.com (where I work) or people per hour, but I don’t do it, I don’t know why but I don’t.
This is very disappointing. A lot of writers have given all the reasons why a blogger should not be faced with writer’s block, but unfortunately, I am a victim. There are times I can seat in front of my computer to write, and nothing comes out of my head. I research the keywords, I read answer’s and questions forums like Quora, but I cannot bring myself to write anything worth sharing.
The biggest challenge my site have faced because of lack of posting consistently
Decrease in traffic
I would have shown my google analytics graph, but I am very ashamed of myself hahaha you know. But on a serious note posting inconsistently has really affected my traffic a lot.
Also, when you look at the number of new visitors and returning visitors is very discouraging. My unpredicting posting has caused this.
I will step up my game. There is no shortcut. When I succeed, I will update my success.
I would love to hear your biggest failure as a blogger. Feel free to comment on the comment section below.
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