Elvis Michael

Owner @Listiller

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  1. Kevin Watkins
    08/21/2016 @ 23:04 PM

    If only it’s easy to make my blog wildly successful. Not that I’m already losing hope.

  2. Gary Mattoc
    08/22/2016 @ 07:08 AM

    Ultimately there are no easy blogging short cuts. You just have to work hard and make great content with a unique spin and then stay at it. Basically, understand your vision and it’s eventual worth and work your butt off to make it happen. It’s not going to be an overnight success, but there will be a series of small wins that add up over time. Take a look at your best performing content and see why it got so many more views that your other content. Can you replicate that process? Be smart. Be patience. Never give up!

    • Elvis Michael
      08/27/2016 @ 17:41 PM

      This is perhaps the easiest way to replicate traffic, leads, and (ultimately) success.

      There will always be one particular post that stands out from the rest in some way. Thankfully, you can almost always find a new angle for that same subject while using similar keywords along with new information.

      That being said, hard work is still pretty much inevitable — but the small daily/weekly/monthly goals makes it all worth it.


  3. micronby
    08/24/2016 @ 20:40 PM

    When I relaunched my blog, I made sure to contact a few people and ask for guest-posts to be submitted on the day after launch day. I began writing a large stock-pile of content for guest posts and future posts, which enabled me to focus on other things at other times. I think new webmasters are all-too-worried about making things perfect for their first launch. If you don t plan things out carefully and get some contacts rolling, you ll crash pretty quickly and pretty hard.

    • Elvis Michael
      08/27/2016 @ 17:37 PM

      This is absolutely, 100% true. You basically planned things out instead of just “waiting for success.” Sadly, the days of ‘if you build it, they will come’ are over. You lined up some great guest posts and scheduled some content ahead of time, enabling you to actively promote without feeling too overwhelmed.

      Thanks for your input!