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wizardenet

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Hi everyone,

I've created a blog site on Blogger with a great domain composed of strong keywords. Currently, I'm navigating without a specific strategy. I've been sharing posts on Pinterest, tagging each new content there. In the first five days, I've posted three times and had 210 views. Do you think this is going well or it can be misleading? I'm open to suggestions on how to improve. Thank you in advance.
 
Are all the views coming from pinterest ? How will you make money without any organic traffic?
Views from Pinterest are great, but diversifying traffic sources and monetizing through partnerships can also be effective!
 
stay consistent and keep posting articles everyday or at least 3-5 a week. Try and target large broad keywords with smaller sub niche topics.
 
How you are planning to monetize the blog? When I start something, first I think how can I monetize it.
 
Getting 210 views in the first five days is a promising sign, especially considering that you're still in the early stages of building your audience.

The foundation of any successful blog isto Create consistent and high-quality content. Make sure your posts are informative, engaging, and relevant to your target audience.

All the best!
 
My advice for you would be to never ever give up. People give up too easily in blogging and that is a major issue as then they say, oh blogging doesn't work.
 
My advice to you is to get off Blogger.

Seriously!

A lot of people think that since Blogger is a free blogging platform, they have some sort of advantage.

After all, they're saving money instead of getting hosting, a domain, and installing WordPress.

Sadly, this is not much of an advantage at all.

When somebody gives you something for free, if you're like most people, you take it for granted.

You don't give it the kind of importance it deserves.

You don't become more efficient.

You don't try to maximize that resource.

After all, it's free.

This is human nature.

And it's no surprise that a lot of people have used Blogger to the extent that it has gotten a reputation for being a spam blog host.

So if I were you, I wouldn't even think of using a free host for my blogging project.

Instead, I would focus on having "skin in the game" by actually spending a little bit of money on hosting a domain and installing WordPress as well as getting a free WordPress theme.

When you spend a little bit more money — I don't care whether it's 50 bucks a year or even over 100 bucks a year — you are psychologically pushing yourself to recoup your investment.

At the back of your mind, you are opening yourself up to the commitment that you're not going to take this project for granted.

After all, it costs you a little bit of cash.

Compare that mindset with dealing with a free platform.

I know what I'm talking about because I've started a lot of failed blogs on Blogger and Wordpress.com and let me tell you.

It's all a waste of time.

So the key here is to not waste your drive to go into online publishing and make money by using free tools.

Instead, invest a little bit in your project and use the threat of loss of that investment to keep pushing you forward.

This way, you can learn more, try more, fail more, and learn from your mistakes until you eventually figure out what works.

It's harder to do that with free tools.
 
My advice to you is to get off Blogger.

Seriously!

A lot of people think that since Blogger is a free blogging platform, they have some sort of advantage.

After all, they're saving money instead of getting hosting, a domain, and installing WordPress.

Sadly, this is not much of an advantage at all.

When somebody gives you something for free, if you're like most people, you take it for granted.

You don't give it the kind of importance it deserves.

You don't become more efficient.

You don't try to maximize that resource.

After all, it's free.

This is human nature.

And it's no surprise that a lot of people have used Blogger to the extent that it has gotten a reputation for being a spam blog host.

So if I were you, I wouldn't even think of using a free host for my blogging project.

Instead, I would focus on having "skin in the game" by actually spending a little bit of money on hosting a domain and installing WordPress as well as getting a free WordPress theme.

When you spend a little bit more money — I don't care whether it's 50 bucks a year or even over 100 bucks a year — you are psychologically pushing yourself to recoup your investment.

At the back of your mind, you are opening yourself up to the commitment that you're not going to take this project for granted.

After all, it costs you a little bit of cash.

Compare that mindset with dealing with a free platform.

I know what I'm talking about because I've started a lot of failed blogs on Blogger and Wordpress.com and let me tell you.

It's all a waste of time.

So the key here is to not waste your drive to go into online publishing and make money by using free tools.

Instead, invest a little bit in your project and use the threat of loss of that investment to keep pushing you forward.

This way, you can learn more, try more, fail more, and learn from your mistakes until you eventually figure out what works.

It's harder to do that with free tools.
I'm agree with his words. My advice is go with WordPress and create a content which queries based with strong keyword research.
 
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