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So you have built up your blog and are getting a reasonable amount of traffic, say over 250 visitors a day.
You’re getting some comments, stumbles and Facebook shares and at this point, you’re feeling a bit proud of yourself.
There’s only one problem and it’s eating you up inside. You have no or few subscribers and zero product sales. You start to wonder what all the people are doing in your site if they don’t even have the decency to subscribe to your list or feed.
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There are many challenges of freelancing that can derail you on the road to success. From client management, to coping with distractions while working from home and even mundane tasks such as invoicing. There are many aspects of freelancing that are all designed to test the skills and patience of a freelancer, and thus only those who are perfect for this lifestyle should embark on a freelancing career. However, one of the most difficult aspects of freelancing is to More >
Are you spending every waking moment planning for your blog? Do you spend hours and hours searching other high ranked blogs related to your niche, reading blog after blog to find inspiration and ideas, checking traffic of your blog or sometimes just starring at your laptop’s blank screen and finally going to bed exhausted?
If the answer to the above mentioned question is yes, then you are over indulging in your blog. If, despite all of your efforts, you fail More >