I’ve been writing posts for the last three or so years (has it really been that long?!?). My writing frequency, I have to admit, is quite erratic. When I started, I used to write at least three posts in a week. Now, given a lot of other commitments, I barely have the time to sit down and finish a post within a week. Though I still try, believe me.
There are many reasons for having a list. It could be for news disseminating purposes, for your latest posts, for paid information, or most likely for marketing things around people who’re interested enough to sign up.
Most of the time, the story is always about improving your blog – leaving your blogging legacy as you go. How to make it more popular, how to give it more traffic/followers/subscribers, how to monetize it better etcetera. For now, forget about that. For once, I think you deserve the limelight, blogger.
If you’ve ever been an internet marketer (or at least had a faint background about it), you should be familiar about the dark side of the industry. In reality, some internet marketers don’t just care. These type of marketers have one end goal – to make a sale for them to gain profits. Period.
The newest favorite tool of these evil marketers? Social media.