Don’t Quit Your Blog! Just Tweak it.

Great advice from Jacqueline.

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Is Your Blog in A Rut? Don’t Your Quit Blog.

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No one told you that it would be a slow climb of grits, cramped fingers and the snail pace attention from your expected dream audience.

No one told you that finding fame or making money from blogging is not easy pickings and that there are many days the thrill would fizzle out faster than the time it took the ink of your words to dry.

No one told you when you started blogging, all awash with excitement and so much to say, that time might come when you find yourself writing terse sentences such as:

Sorry I haven’t posted for AGES, guys.

Don’t know what to say….blah, blah.

If you are contemplating tossing in your paddle and jumping out of the choppy waters of your blogging boat; I would say, halt!

As a matter of fact, according to online research

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15 replies

  1. Thank you for the share Eugenia.. I will keep tweaking, xxx 🙂

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  2. A very useful read! Inspiring.

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  3. SOUNDS GD! Just Tweak it,Dear…

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  4. A wonderful read! Thanks Eugenia!😊


  5. Eugenia, another great post. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Very motivating 👍🏻
    I am the one who has started blog a month back. And on a verge of throwing it in dust bin. You saved me. is my link.



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