This is a guest post by Alexis Bonari
You’ve taken the plunge and decided to start your blog. You created a great design, you set up profiles on social media, and you’re writing a few times a week, if not every day. Yet … the numbers aren’t coming in.
You get a few site visitors, but not nearly enough to start commanding higher ad rates. You’ve made a few cents from advertising, but it’s not nearly enough to buy a cup of coffee — let alone to quit your day job.
You decide to give it time. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and a successful blog takes time to build, as well. Yet after months of plugging along writing content consistently, you haven’t noticed a change.
What gives? How many posts do you need to write before your blog starts to become successful?