5 Reasons Why Most Bloggers Quit Last Year


Over the past few years, online earning became the major income source for many of us. Now everyone is looking for ways to earn some money online and one of the most lucrative way to earn online is by Blogging.

Thousands of people start their blog each Year in hope to earn some big money like top bloggers, but 85 percent of them fail.

I’ve listed the 5 Reasons below why newbie bloggers fail:

1- Looking for quick money

quick money

Most people start a blog after seeing massive income reports from the top bloggers in a desire to get rich with ease. You can’t be rich by doing nothing, by doing nothing you’ll make yourself lazy. Blogging is tough, if you’re looking for quick money then do some freelancing and in no time you’ll earn some good money.

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2- Lack of patience

Writing a couple of articles will surely get you some traffic, but seeing no comments or likes will disappoint you. That 3-6 month of the time period after launching a blog will make you suffer, those who survive on that time get rewarded with success.

Great things take time. But most people ignore this fact and shut down their blog within few days or months.


3- Not having enough time

That’s bullshit! No matter how busy you are, you must strive for success.

After launching a blog, many people forget about the website or the blog they started, and get too busy with their daily job.

If you’re one of them, then you should remind yourself why you started the blog and how it can change your life. Investing 30 minutes daily will only take you one step closer towards your success.

It’s not about “having” time. It’s about making time.

4- Lack of passion

People start their blog with a bang, posting the articles daily for few days or months, but with time their passion fades. The reason is simple, they don’t write about the things they’re passionate and they get bored of writing too soon.

When writing about your passion, you shouldn’t be writing about the things which no one likes, otherwise, you’ll end up closing your blog with no traffic very soon.

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5- Ignoring SEO

search engine optimization

Do you love to write articles about the things you’re passionate? But when it comes to SEO, we need to write for search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo etc. You probably are thinking, “I hate to write articles for bots” or “Why should I even care about bots?”.

But the truth is, search engines give you organic traffic related to your niche and it’s great because people come from search engines like Google will become your regular reader.

Let me know if you quit blogging in past and if not, then what keeps you motivated?

I would love to hear from you in the comments below. Keep blogging!



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