What Not To Do When Starting Your Blog

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So often you come across books and webinars that promise magic formulas and systems that will give you millions of followers.  I have two words for that.   Yeah Right……

Really, don’t you think, if there were a magic formula we would all be using it?  Let’s be real for a minute.  Blogging is hard.  Blogging takes work.  There is no getting rich overnight in this business.  You get out what you put into it!

What Not To So When Starting Your Blog ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen ~ This book will help you sky rocket past those first few mistakes that are so easy to make. Learn from me and watch your blog grow faster!

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Are you just starting out?  Have you been blogging for a few months?  Do you feel overwhelmed and afraid to make a mistake?  Don’t worry.  I have your back!!!

In the past 5 years of blogging, I have made many mistakes.  And you know what? I am still here!  Mistakes are ok to make.  But why should you make ones that I can help you steer away from?  I have written a book that is going to show you how I changed the way I think about blogging.  When I started to think about my blog differently really great changes started to happen!  Now I am going to teach you the same things!

When you are first starting to blog it is easy to:

  • Become Frustrated
  • Become Discouraged
  • Have a Feeling of Being Overwhelmed

I know this all too well.  In the beginning, I let my mistakes hold me back from real growth. I have learned from those mistakes and have taken care to make sure that I don’t fall back into those same traps again.  Let me help you avoid these same pitfalls!

When I learned to view my blog differently, I grew my subscriber list from 127 to over 4,000 strong.  Once I learned how to let go of the frustration I learned how to make Social Media work for me and have thriving and engaged audience that is growing all the time.

I took back my blog from all my insecurity and I now own a business that provides my family with an income!

Now I want to share that knowledge with you! Read on to learn all about how you can avoid my mistakes so you can grow faster!!

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I have 1 lovely thoughts, I would love to hear yours.

  1. Chandra, I started my blog back in November last year. I think my major issue was analysis paralysis. I was reading up on the optimal ways to do this and do that. Wanting to get things perfect, I ended up delaying getting the blog online. I actually started planning the blog since back in 2013. It was this analysis that delayed me for so long. By November last year, I thought, I don’t care, I just need to get one blog post up. Once I got one blog post up, I found it easier to continue working on the blog. I think the lesson I learned is just to take action and work on baby steps, rather than a giant leap in the get go.
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