SPI 107 : How a Small Blog about Food Became a Big Deal – with Lisa and Jason from 100 Days of Real Food
Link: Smart Passive Income
It is important to start small and climb your way up.
Only introduce things to your audience that you think will be of value.
Be proactive about doing guest posts on other sites and mentioning your content in them.
Focus on your email list.
Start diversifying early on.
Be able to delegate and automate as much as possible.
Don’t confuse being busy with being productive.
It is important to identify who your reader is and speak to them in a language they can understand.
If you can give (your audience) wins they will attribute that success to you.
Don’t be afraid to experiment. Just go out there and do.
Focus on the things that make you happy.
Don’t lose sight of why you started your website in the first place.