I see so many “6 Figure Blogging Success” courses & promises plastered all over Facebook & Pinterest, that I just want to puke. It’s so disheartening to see people selling the dream of being a successful blogger as a get rich quick scheme or a formulaic equation. There is no single formula that will make you a 6 figure blogger. Blogging is a journey…and everyone’s journey is different.
If you a really want to know the secret to being a 6 Figure Blogger? It’s this…
“To make a million, you must HELP a million”.
Take a moment and think about that statement. It’s profound, right?
The real key to making your blogging career a huge success is to help people. It’s to give them what they are looking for, that special something that they can’t find anywhere else. While you made the decision to start a blog, your readers will determine how successful you are, and that all depends on how well you treat them and help them.
Think about your favorite bloggers…how have they helped you? Are they teaching you something new? Do they entertain you on gloomy days? Are they inspiring you to be your best self?To make a million, you must HELP a million Click To Tweet
Take another moment and ask yourself, how will I help a million? What can I do with my blog that meets the needs of my ideal blog reader? Make a list. This my friends is the REAL key to creating a 6 figure blogging business…it’s to help others. Once you find a way to help and inspire your readers, THIS is when the really money begins to come in.
If you are a frugal blogger, maybe you want to help families save money on groceries.
If you are a food blogger, maybe you want to help families make meals in less than 30 minutes
If you are a parenting blogger, maybe you want to help new moms not feel so all alone.
The list you just created, is YOUR key to being a successful blogger. Finding a way to help millions, is the REAL secret to 6 figure blogging that no one tells you about.
Sidenote: I did not come up with the “To make a million, you must help a million” phrase. I heard it at a conference once and cannot for the life of me remember which speaker said it! If you know who originated that saying, please let me know, so I can give them credit!