Content Marketing How I Made 100,000 SP a Month BloggingBy Curt Corginia
Your ability to write well has absolutely no correlation to how successful you will become as a blogger.
Blogging is the greatest art form of the 21st century. I have no doubt that in 1000 years, long after GPT-3 has conquered the world and humanity is a half-forgotten dream, some artificial archeologist will unearth a viral masterpiece like "Why I Wake Up At 5:30AM Every Day" or "I Tried Fasting For 30 Seconds And This Is What Happened" and realize what great heights we reached as a species before our inevitable downfall.
Now, I know what you are thinking: But Curt, I can't write! Or maybe you can write and were not thinking that. In either case, worry not: Your ability to write well has absolutely no correlation to how successful you will become as a blogger.
Follow these simple steps:
- - The motto for the Java programming language is "Write Once, Compile Nowhere." In a similar vein, you really only have to write one popular thing. That's it.
- - After successfully writing one popular thing, simply write blog posts about writing the first thing. I wrote an incredibly popular blog post that gained 200,000 views, then wrote an even more popular post about how I got those 200,000 views, and that second post got 500,000 views. Then I wrote my most popular piece yet about how I got 500,000 views, and the rest is history.
- - Diversify. Make a YouTube channel about how you made 500,000 views. Blog again about how you made a YouTube video about how you made 500,000 views
What Do I Write About?
Doesn't matter. Next question
How Often Do I Have To Write?
The more, the better. The important thing is that quantity is ALWAYS more important than quality...in fact, quality is not necessary. All anyone really cares about is formatting, follower count, and the title. Studies have proven that 95% of blog readers don't even read anything more than the title.
I had another section prepared about SEO and buffering follower count by randomly following every account you can find, but there is no room. Word count is another important factor, and I refuse to break this rule.
Good luck. If you liked what you read, please follow my blog.