Why Blogging is Getting Boring, My Take On Why I’m Still Doing This Even Though it Is Getting Extremely Boring
I’ll be totally honest with you, blogging is getting really really boring for me these days, and having built 6 or 7 decently large websites over the past 7 years or so, accumulating in well over 3000 total blog posts, for a grand total of probably 5,000,000 total words written, yes, blogging is getting super boring for me and I cannot believe that I am actually still doing it seven whole years later. In this blog post, I’ll explain to you why blogging is getting boring, will tell you why I’m still doing it, mainly in order to make money, and in order to build MOMENTUM MOMENTUM AND MORE MOMENTUM, and of how you can keep on pushing when blogging and building your online business is getting boring for you. For more information, be sure to comment down below and to subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
My current future goals with this blog are below:
Write tons of show reviews to try and get search traffic
Keep adding Billions posts as they seem to be ranking really well
keep building more and more momentum with my website
Get the thrills back that I once had while blogging
Hit 1000 blog posts by the end of next year
Start collecting more subscribers and push notifications
Sell this blog for $50,000 in 5 years
Get to 10,000 blog posts on a website eventually
Hit the 100 visitors per day mark and eventually the 500 visitors per day mark
And a host of other blogging goals, subscribe for more details!
Why Blogging is Getting Really Boring But Why I’m Still Grinding, Why I’m Now 17.1% of the Way to My 1000 Blog Posts Goal
So, as mentioned in the former, my goal right now is to hit 1000 blog posts on my website, I have never been able to do that before closing down a website, or selling it, or quitting and losing the password etc. But this time I am going to hit the 1000 blog posts number, come hell or high water. The reason why I’m thinking that the 1000 blog posts number will be such a good milestone is that it should mean about 7 to 10 times more traffic than I’m currently getting on this website, which should put me at somewhere around 100 visitors per day, or perhaps a bit more. Aside from this, I’m thinking that Google likely gives ranking signals to those websites that have a high number of blog posts published on them, which should boost my traffic again. I can from there focus on building a website silo architecture, and can use that to leverage my traffic even more. From here, my goal is essentially to almost 100% automate the website, and rack up email subscribers and affiliate sales until we can sell the website. You can typically sell a website that is generating revenue for around 35 months profit, so a website making $1000 per month, which I have gotten to before, sells for around $35,000, which is not a bad pay day by any means. This post will be my 171st published blog post, time will tell when I hit my goal of 1000 posts, and if my traffic goals actually match up to what I’m thinking they will once I get there.
Final Thoughts on Why Blogging is Getting Boring, But Why I Still March Forward
So yes, blogging is getting really boring right now, really really boring to the point of it being painful and sleep inducing in fact. With this being said, I think that at the level of having 1000 blog posts, that this blog should be generating something like at least $100 to $200 per month, and from there it starts a snowball effect of growing itself. I’ll keep you posted as to my revenue numbers as I continue to scale this blog, but for now, once again, writing this is getting really boring, so I’m going to sleep. Cheers and thanks for reading.
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