But why? Why would you delete any blogs?
Because I counted the number of blogs I’ve started with the intention of keeping them going and stopped when I arrived at twenty.
I have two blogs I think I’ll save because I’m trying to get better at growing as a blogger. This one where I follow all my trials as a girl trying to make money online and the Emily Just Write It one where I attempt to help others who want to write.
“Downsizing is the key to success.” I made that up – Emily
The rest I have to say goodbye to. If I was a smart girl, I’d say goodbye to one of these as well and just focus on one, but I can’t do it, plus I already own the domains.
I’ve been doing a ton of research and have found a lot of blogs and bloggers who blog about and run courses about blogging.
Still with me?
I know that’s confusing. I mean they tell you they have made x amount with their blog, but all you can find is the blog is about how to make money blogging and they’ve made money from courses teaching it.
Where’s the blog?
Where is the blog that actually made them the money?
That’s what I want to know. So I have this blog From Pennies to Thousands which you are currently reading where I will talk about my actually blog which may or may not make money.
One thing I have to do now that I’ve narrowed it down to these two is get rid of posts that aren’t relevant.
Yes, that does mean I will get rid of the post about indie movies that made me cry. It will be okay though, because there will be a lot more great content to come.Not to say you won’t still see my shining personality coming through in my posts.
I haven’t chosen a gif for this post yet, I don’t know if it should be someone sobbing as they delete things, or something happier.(update Dave Chappelle is perfect for it)
This is a good thing, getting serious about blogging. I want my blog to be successful and maybe even bring in some income.