You’ve set up a blog recently, haven’t you?
Congratulations on joining a community that is 1.6 million people strong and growing every second … literally!
This month, you can make a significant progress with your new blog.
If your blog is less than 1 year old, then it’s a new one. But does it really matter when you started blogging?
At this stage, it is not uncommon to feel some amount of trepidation since your future as a writer is uncertain.
Even though you keep your fingers crossed for literary greatness, part of you dreads the oblivion that has enveloped so many fellow wordsmiths.
I want to show you why you’re stuck.
Even if you’re not known in the blogosphere as a content marketing expert, I can guarantee that you’re secretly admiring it.
You yearn to become better at it.
You read blogs, listen to podcasts, engage in social media jingoism and battle with comments – in order to join the crowd.
I know you’re stuck. You don’t even know what to do again. If content marketing is working, why is it not yielding results for you?
It’s true. Content marketing works. But the sad truth is that it might NEVER work for you.
What is holding you back from achieving great success?
It’s often said that success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed.
But what makes other people successful and others less successful?
This question has been asked millions of times and one wonders if there is a definite answer for it.
In his book “Outliers: The Story of Success”, Malcolm Gladwell describes the best minds, the most popular and the most successful people in our times.
The book seeks to identify the things that make high-achievers different. According to the book, the sum characteristics of an individual including environment and culture have an overall contribution to success.