I started a blog just 3 days ago and...

UPDATE:

I gave up on the project.

As the days went by, the visits began to decrease, to the point that nowadays, I don't surpass 20 visits per day, coupled with the fact that Google refuses to index the blog.

Similarly, publishing articles on Reddit, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., hasn't been of much help, and frankly, I don't have time to waste on projects that aren't going anywhere.

While everything initially seemed fine, things stopped working as the days passed, and it doesn't make sense to persist with a blog that Google will never index. However, if for some reason I discover that the blog managed to be indexed, perhaps I'll revive it, but for now, I'm completely abandoning it.

Finally, something I discovered reading online that affects the blog's indexing is that the blog's theme is somehow related to the field of health, and Google nowadays has a certain aversion to health-related topics due to so much fake news and things seen everywhere.

So, if I decide to try again, I'll focus on writing about cats or dogs or fitness or any nonsense that won't raise suspicions with Google. Lesson learned.
 
I've started writing a blog just 3 days ago and I already have an average of 170 daily visits, almost from the second day, which seemed unthinkable to me since in the past I had tried to write some blogs and never saw results anywhere.

But now, after many failed attempts, I can say that I am starting to see positive results.

This time I have paid very close attention to the technical aspects of writing, paying special attention to SEO and what search engines like, and this seems to be yielding results.

At least I feel motivated to continue writing because I have started to receive visits organically, much earlier than expected.

The curious thing is that the blog is a blogger blog, because in the past I had already experimented with WP and hadn't seen anything that made me think that writing on WP would really represent a significant advantage. So, I thought it wouldn't be worth investing money in hosting, domain, plugins, etc., if in the end I wasn't certain that things would improve.

On the other hand, I have always believed that blogger, being owned by Google, might not be so bad after all, and well, here I go with this project.

The fact that I like writing has helped me, and although my level of English is far from perfect, I think it's enough to convey the ideas that come to my mind.

That's all I wanted to comment on. If this keeps growing, I hope to make updates later on. For now, just keep writing consistently and nothing more.
Congrats Man!
 
Google refuses to index the blog
Blogger doesn't index fast. Use hosting and a domain name for better results.
the blog's theme is somehow related to the field of health
YMYL niches are tough for new blogs.
I'll focus on writing about cats or dogs or fitness or any nonsense that won't raise suspicions with Google
Try to find a niche you have a desire to write about. I've seen a lot of animal websites go down with this update, especially dog related. Maybe find a less known animal that is growing in popularity.
 
Blogger doesn't index fast. Use hosting and a domain name for better results.
From what I've read, a hosting and domain are no guarantee of anything, so for now I don't plan to spend money on that. When I find a niche to write in and have G index it without objection, then I will move to a paid hosting.
YMYL niches are tough for new blogs.
Nowadays it seems that almost everything is hard to index.
Try to find a niche you have a desire to write about. I've seen a lot of animal websites go down with this update, especially dog related. Maybe find a less known animal that is growing in popularity.
I will think of something that catches my attention. maybe write about cars or tourist sites or fitness. Anyway, we'll see if I can come up with an idea.
 
Do you modify the ai articles after they're written? What are you currently using to write them? Nice job so far!
Yes, of course. I think the AI writing, at least the free version, still has a lot of things to correct and needs to be rewritten so that the use of AI is not so noticeable. But anyway, if you read my last posts here in this thread, you will see that I have discarded this project.
 
Congratulations on your blog's success! It's truly impressive to see such positive results in just three days, especially considering your past experiences with blogging.
Thanks, but if you read my last posts here in this thread, you will see that I have discarded this project.
 
UPDATE:

I gave up on the project.

As the days went by, the visits began to decrease, to the point that nowadays, I don't surpass 20 visits per day, coupled with the fact that Google refuses to index the blog.

Similarly, publishing articles on Reddit, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., hasn't been of much help, and frankly, I don't have time to waste on projects that aren't going anywhere.

While everything initially seemed fine, things stopped working as the days passed, and it doesn't make sense to persist with a blog that Google will never index. However, if for some reason I discover that the blog managed to be indexed, perhaps I'll revive it, but for now, I'm completely abandoning it.

Finally, something I discovered reading online that affects the blog's indexing is that the blog's theme is somehow related to the field of health, and Google nowadays has a certain aversion to health-related topics due to so much fake news and things seen everywhere.

So, if I decide to try again, I'll focus on writing about cats or dogs or fitness or any nonsense that won't raise suspicions with Google. Lesson learned.
Blogging is dead. Don't waste time on it. You already see it yourself.
 
Blogging is dead. Don't waste time on it. You already see it yourself.
There are people who claim that blogging is still a profitable activity and there are others like you who claim that blogging is dead. Who is right?

In my case I don't dare to lean towards any position because of a short experience that went wrong.

I don't have enough elements to say that blogging is dead and I don't have enough elements to say that you can make money writing a blog.
 
I've started writing a blog just 3 days ago and I already have an average of 170 daily visits, almost from the second day, which seemed unthinkable to me since in the past I had tried to write some blogs and never saw results anywhere.

But now, after many failed attempts, I can say that I am starting to see positive results.

This time I have paid very close attention to the technical aspects of writing, paying special attention to SEO and what search engines like, and this seems to be yielding results.

At least I feel motivated to continue writing because I have started to receive visits organically, much earlier than expected.

The curious thing is that the blog is a blogger blog, because in the past I had already experimented with WP and hadn't seen anything that made me think that writing on WP would really represent a significant advantage. So, I thought it wouldn't be worth investing money in hosting, domain, plugins, etc., if in the end I wasn't certain that things would improve.

On the other hand, I have always believed that blogger, being owned by Google, might not be so bad after all, and well, here I go with this project.

The fact that I like writing has helped me, and although my level of English is far from perfect, I think it's enough to convey the ideas that come to my mind.

That's all I wanted to comment on. If this keeps growing, I hope to make updates later on. For now, just keep writing consistently and nothing more.
Bro what's your nich which on you are doing work.
 
That looks promising. I do have zeo experience in blogging and stuff but have some ideas and will try something similar.
 
I think a reality check is needed here...

You started this thread on March 18th and said you launched the blog on March 15th (3 days prior) which was during a huge Google update....It has been a grand total of 20 days and your giving up?

You seem to have done no research into the niche, picking health, even though Google has clamped down hard on that area.

Also, as it is health you will most likely be in the honeymoon/sandbox period longer than other niches

You mention you were posting on Social Media - where these new accounts? If so, it takes hard work and patience to build a following. Likewise with blogging, it takes patience and hard work - consistent posting, good internal linking structure, high quality content etc

Reading through this it seems you have just jumped into it with no proper planning, have no patience and set unrealistic expectations
 
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I’m sorry to hear that you’re giving up. Your initial post was helping me stay positive since I was going to start another blog too
Maybe we just need to have more patience, it might get better.
 
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