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Blogging is an easy thing to learn but a hard thing to master. This is something that millions of bloggers learn after starting their own blog. The reality is there is not short cut to blogging success. Despite what others may tell you, there is no secret formula that you can apply to develop a highly profitable blog in a matter of a few months. If you want to be successful, you need to work hard!
What Separates the Best from the Rest
Not everyone has what it takes to make it to the top. The most successful bloggers on the internet all share qualities that have helped them get to the top and stay there. In ‘The Traits & Habits of Successful Bloggers‘ you will learn:
- Why some people become successful bloggers and others don’t
- Why you need to plan ahead
- Why you should treat your blog like a business
- Why you need to be take risks
- Why you should not take criticism to heart
At the end of the book you will know if you have what it takes to become a pro blogger.
Who This Book Is For?
‘The Traits & Habits of Successful Bloggers‘ was written for people who are new to blogging and those who are struggling to take their blog to the next level. It is not a technical book. You will not learn you how to code using HTML or how build a blog using WordPress, Blogger or TypePad. What you will get is an honest overview of what is expected of you if you want to become a successful blogger.
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Reviews of The Traits & Habits of Successful Bloggers
Reviews posted on other blogs:
- The Traits & Habits of Successful Bloggers by I Love To Shop
- The Traits & Habits of Successful Bloggers by Tyler Mills
Reviews posted on Amazon:
“The successful blogger Kevin Muldoon brings us his latest eBook.
I have read many books on the subject of blogging but this one came recommended. When that is the case I always try to read the offering.
To be perfectly honest I was very pleasantly surprised, although short, the eBook offers some very encouraging advice from an expert in the field of blogging.
It is packed with great advice and tips in a language that we can all understand.
For the reader that is looking for a step by step, let me do it for you guide then you may be left a little disappointed. For those more intelligent readers out there, what is offered is a great insight into what is expected of you should you decide on a career in successful blogging.
At a mere 40+ pages in length this is an honest account of what will be expected of you and the amount of effort you should put in to your blogging to help ensure that great rewards come out of it.
In my own opinion this is a must read for any reader that is either a newbie to the world of blogging or even for the most successful blogger that is well established but may just need to take stock and re-evaluate an existing blog” – Darren Boulter
“This is a highly motivational and easy to read, and it is cover to cover truth… His basic point is that, like running a successful business, running a successful blog is no different. Both require hard work and dedication… PERIOD!
Pride, learning, research, devotion to your readers (and your business), and analysis, when used ofter, yield success. Each chapter of the book explores each of those (and several other) Traits and Habits and reminds you that is the road to success… sorry folks, there are no shortcuts. In the short period of time I have had the book, I have been reminded (I really knew it all along, but, like everyone else, needed to be given a quick shake) of that truth.
My favorite part is a paraphrase of a lesson that I learned many years ago, “Budget for failure.” In Kevin’s words, “Fail often, fail well.” In either telling, out of failure, Phoenix like, rises success – if you pay attention and learn.
Of course, an extended review might motivate more people to read this book, but like the book, short is right. What can I say? Simply that I would buy it again – it’s that good.” – D. Davenport
“I’m very glad I took the time to read this. Kevin presents insights from his many years of blogging experience in an easy to digest format, highlighting key points that are often missed or overlooked. There’s no fluff, just lots of practical wisdom and guidance, grounded in applied common sense. It’s been refreshing and helpful for me as I am attempting to dive into the blogging world myself.” – Mario Giancini
“Kevin did a great job on this ebook. If you are thinking about becoming a “successful” blogger, then this will definitely help you. It goes into a lot of detail of specific traits and habits that you need to cultivate as a blogger. I really appreciated how he jumps right into the meet of the topics and there is not a lot you have to read through to get to the practical tips. I’m glad I read this, it didn’t even take very long to finish up, it seriously knocked years of trial and error off my plate and I’m confident it will do the same for you too.” – H. Davis
“A great little book about blogging. It really opened my eyes to some of the key issues such as keeping a regular sleeping habit – something I never do!
Worth buying if you are looking to establish yourself as a top blogger. The book is only around 40 pages so won’t take you long to read. I plan on reading after a few weeks as I will no doubt fall back into bad habits.” – David Garry
I really wasn’t looking for any inspirational book. I’m a beginner so I was looking for a practical book that showed me how to build a blog (I’m computer savvy but don’t have much experience with WordPress etc). I decided to take a chance on it though as the price was cheap and I’d read a lot of the author’s posts online before.
I was pleasantly surprised. It’s not the longest book in the world but it’s packed full of value. It has 21 chapters, with each chapter being around 2 or 3 pages long. You should be able to finish the book in an hour or so.
It’s really highlighted what mistakes I’ve been making with my own blog. For example, he talks extensively about the importance of maintaining a steady posting frequency. I’ve been really erratic with my posting so it’s something that hit a nerve with me.
Throughout the book he stresses that you aren’t going to make money without working hard. It was refreshing to see this as most bloggers try to be selling the quick fix.
I recommend downloading it if you are looking for a good honest book about blogging that cuts out the bs!
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