You want to start a blog. You have big ideas, and lofty goals, like, you’ll tell your story and save the world.
And you’ll make a whole lot of money, quit your job, and move to Bali where you’ll spend the rest of your life and be zen.
So you plunk down on a chair, all determined, buy a domain, hosting, set up a blog, and start punching away on your keyboard, one blog post at a time, right?
And then, after a few weeks, or maybe after a couple of months, you start to realize that something is missing.
Something just isn’t right!
The money isn’t flowing in as fast as you thought it would.
You hardly have readers, and even the ones that do land on your blog, do not seem to have any interest in anything you have to say.
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