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Deadline for Blogging Success

When you start a new blog, do you set a deadline for success? In other words, do you know that you will give the blog one year (or some other time frame) to hit all your goals? I think that it is very important to set goals for your blog, but as far as setting a deadline for success, this is another topic entirely.

I don’t know much about search engines, but from what I have been reading, it appears that there are two things a blog must do in order to achieve success with them. First off, posting unique content seems to be the best thing you can do in order to catch the eye of the major search engines such as Google and Yahoo. To go along with this, I have read on three different blogs that you need to be consistent for at least six to twelve months to see solid results. As mentioned above, I have no idea if this is the case or not.

Personally, I have no timeline for the success of this blog. I enjoy writing at least one post per day, and as long as that does not change, ChrisBlogging will live on!

If you are going to put a timeline on your blog’s success, there is one very important thing that you must do. You need to know what the word success means when applied to your blog. Does success mean attracting a certain number of readers? Or are you like most bloggers who measure success with dollars and cents? Once you know what it takes to meet your expectations of success, you will at least have a chance of meeting your deadline.

While I am not one to put a timeline on the success of a blog, you may be different. Just make sure that you know what you are working towards before you set a deadline for success.

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