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  2. DeAnna, this line hits home “Too many bloggers spend all of their time writing posts and almost no time marketing their project.” I have learned a lot over the years, but fell into this category when I first started blogging.

  3. Great post. I love how you laid out your long term plan for making money through blogging. A lot of people want to do it, but don’t know where to start. Thanks for laying it all out.

    ~ Tim

  4. Hi Deanna, hope you are well. I couldn’t find a link to your blog from your home page… you might want to fix set it so it’s obvious to people otherwise they won’t look 🙂

    Long term plans are very important… I remember when I first started, I’d just fly by the wind and do whatever I wanted… needless to say… I didn’t get very far.

    Eventually I learned about planning and time management and going in the right direction. My success changed very quickly.

    Thanks
    Gavin

    • You mean that I should put a link to get to the blog on the welcome page? That makes sense. Thanks for the heads up.

  5. Hey Deanna,

    The biggest point I pulled from your article is planning.

    It is very easy to jump on-line and set up a blog or website. That is all well and good but the reality is in the 2nd part you mentioned and that’s knowing how to get your content out there and noticed.

    Having a plan that is properly laid out in step by step fashion will help bloggers and internet marketers alike, take their lonely, non visited blog or website and turned it into a revenue earning machine.

    One big problem is that many are looking for overnight success and that is just not thinking realistically. Consistency is key!

    In Success,
    Howie Perks

  6. Deanna,

    More bloggers need to read this post. Blogging just to blog will get you no results. Instead, like you say, marketing your blog and posts is the key to a bigger readership (following). With social media and TSA, there’s no excuse now.

    Regards,
    Mike