Are you the Moody Blogger?

Sorry, if you’re the moody blogger.

Because it really isn’t going to work.

Not for the long term at all.

Yeah, giving a temporary thrust for a couple of days may work but seriously not for the long term.

But I am telling you that being one not and surely will not work for you.

Well, what means by being the moody blogger?

Actually, it’s my own term.

My own term which I’d like to open up further in details, my very own personal details. πŸ™‚

Well, I am the real example of “moody blogger“.

And I so agree with it and definitely don’t feel shy at it.

When I am in the mood, I blog.

When I am not, nothing is gonna make me change my mood.

So, I am the real example of being the moody blogger, not? πŸ™‚

Then, why I am turning my example into the words?

I so want you to not become one.

Not act like me.

And don’t dare yourself being one… the moody blogger.

What’s the issue if I’m (YOU) the moody blogger?

Being one has its own issues…

  • You’re not consistent.
  • You’re not following a schedule.
  • Even you don’t have a plan.
  • And you are afraid to do blogging on the constant basis.
  • Then you fear of failing.
  • Probably you don’t like your topic too.
  • Or totally dislike writing.

If these are the situation and you’re dealing with one or all, please delete your blog.

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You gotta take blogging as a business.

As a shop probably.

You gotta open it every day and set its opening and closing timings.

So the customer knows the shop is open and when it is closed.

And the job is not just to keep it opened for hours but provide the stuff to the consumers.

Make the product(s) available.

And the product(s) is your niche. You have to stay and stick to your niche at all cost.

Then the shop is going to be your own blog.

But it is better that your shop is representing the availability of one product.

Because if your shop is totally about the vegetables, why you are selling the milk too?

Going multi-products’ shop will actually break your focus.

So, do every bit of the effort by selling just one item…

Yes, just one. πŸ™‚

With it, you and your shop would be recognized as an icon (yup, the icon) and you have higher chances to attract the consumers who are in need of that particular item you’re up for the sell.

Identify yourself as ONE.

Work into that and make your name.

End of the story….

Going the “moody blogger” mode will not work at all for you.

I am into the blogging since years and you know that I am not that far into the industry.

And now you exactly know what stopped me.

But, I do have and still have the time to change myself.

Only I want for you to not become one… The “moody blogger“.

I still remember the advice from the great friend of mine, Ali Raza, who is the great real example of what blogging brings the perks by staying active and consistent with it.

He started with the blogging not long ago but he is persistent.

Acting every day.

And that’s paying him back well and good.

Your turn!

Do you feel being a moody blogger keeps you back in the queue of getting noticed and getting famous?

I’d so love to read your honest opinion. πŸ™‚

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Ali Raza - December 30, 2016

Thanks Adeel for the mention, definitely for me, blogging is business and i dont get tired while doing business. πŸ™‚

And being consistent is the only way i found to improve and succeed.

Your post was Worth reading! Good luck

Muhammad Ahmad - December 30, 2016

Hi Adeel bro,
Thanks for sharing this post. I am really motivated after reading this post!
“Blogging is a business. A real business”
is 101% right πŸ™‚
Thanks again!
~ Ahmad

Hussain Omar - December 30, 2016

Hey Adeel,

Another awesome post here!

Being consistent and persistent is the key for any online success. And yeah, Ali Raza is one of those successful online entrepreneurs who are showing this practically.

Thanks for sharing!

Enjoy the weekend!


Ravi Chahar - January 3, 2017

Hey Adeel,

It’s human nature to be moody sometimes. But if you’re in this blogosphere then you should be active.

Being consistent is needed. As we have talked about it at my blog, people really need something on the regular interval of time.

I am glad that you brought this up.


Shamsudeen Adeshokan - January 4, 2017

Hi Adeel,

Blogging is not for the faint-hearted. Blogging is a serious business and unless we take it as such, progress is far from reach.

I have said time and time again, blogging is a business that one as to treat like any offline biz. You need to invest in growing your blog value and exposure.

Without these, everything may remain stagnant.

Thanks for sharing.

upasna - January 6, 2017

For me, My Blog is not a business till yet but its a place I desire to be each day. Posting my thoughts regularly gives me a sense of connection with fellow bloggers and the community. Yes, I am not following any niche but I love what I do.

vicky - January 24, 2017

hahaha It means am a Moody Blogger ? The Point “You’re not following a schedule.” is fully suits to me πŸ˜€

Jenny Rev - January 29, 2017

Hey Adeel

Indeed a Great Post !

But I must admit that I am a Moody Blogger and I also admit that it hurts me a lot, most of the times I do not utilize my time properly.

So I must agree with you that being a Moody Blogger will not work, it is clearly a bad habit, which should go away.



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