Staying Motivated When You Aren’t Seeing Results
Do you feel like you’ve been working your backside off getting your blog or website in front of the public and just not seeing the results you thought you would? Is it time to give up and throw in the towel?
I wouldn’t go that far but it may be time to pull some new tricks out of an old hat. Take a look at what you’ve been doing. Is there anything you can improve? Do you post quality content? Is your blog or website one big ad campaign? Do you have a newsletter that’s updated on a regular basis? Are people signing up or ignoring it?
How much information have you read about building your blog and growing your readership? Have you just been reading small reports here and there hoping for the answers? Some of the small reports are very good, but most of them don’t give you all the information you need for a successful blog.
One great product I suggest is Online Profits. It contains massive amounts of information and the lessons are broken down into categories. It contains 24 learning models, each full of valuable information to help grow readership and learn to make money online.
Another great product is Zac Johnson’s Six Figure Affiliate Blogging. This report is completely free but Zac gives you tons of information and takes you through his entire process of creating a profitable blog or website.
Another suggestion is to get a business coach. You can find all kinds of coaches online in almost any price range. Business coaches are there to help support you and give you tips on growing your business. Most even offer one on one coaching. Some of my favorites are Sharon Michaels, Dani Johnson, Sheri McConnell, Brian Tracy, Zig Ziglar and Dale Carnegie.
If you haven’t considered using a business coach or even a personal development coach, you could be missing out on a lot. I know I’ve gained a lot more confidence since I plugged in to some of these guys.
Sometimes you just need a break. If you’re motivation is waning and you find that doing the daily work for your business is just draining you, maybe it’s time to step back and take a break—just a short one. Take some time off and think about why you started this venture. What was the purpose? What did you wish to accomplish? Maybe you haven’t lost motivation; maybe you’ve just lost focus of the big picture and the things that meant so much to you in the beginning.
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