5 Tips to Help Ease Frustration with Your Blog’s Progress


Over the past week, I’ve noticed some of my fellow bloggers have been discouraged by the progress their blog is making. For some, it’s just not doing as good as they expected and for others they just feel like the progress of their blog is at a stand-still. I can see where that would be frustrating, especially when you’re trying to monetize your blog and make somewhat a career out of it. I haven’t been blogging for a very long time. I’ve actually only been doing it for roughly 4 months now so I can’t tell you that I’ve been completely successful with mine just yet BUT I can say this – My blog is progressing much quicker than what I could have ever imagined and I’m well on my way to being successful with it! I’m not looking to make a career out of it but an extra $200-$300 per month would be nice enough for me! I just wanted to encourage and share some tips with other newbies out there or anyone who’s blog is at a stand-still and just needs a push and few reminders to keep it going!! πŸ’›



The type of effort you put into each post matters. From the title, to the length of your post and every photo included MATTERS. It’s not anything to be stressed about but you definitely need to make sure you put some real thought into it. You can’t just throw something together and expect to get an amazing reaction from your readers.


In everything that you do, be consistent. Consistency will always produce great results. So whether you blog daily, a few times per month or just once a month.. try to be consistent about it otherwise you’ll lose your readers attention. You may have some people who really enjoy reading your blog posts to the point where they seek yours out daily for inspiration, encouragement or ideas and if they get used to you posting on some sort of a consistent basis then they’ll always know when they can come check your website for fresh new content. And if you’re concerned about numbers/stats, then those are views that you will always have. Consistency is everything so try stay on board with it.


OK.. this is the one I’m personally working on improving for my blog now. There is one thing that I’ve not been able to understand in my four months of blogging and it’s this question right here: How is it that a blogger has 3,000+ followers but way less than 100 likes on their posts? That’s something that just hasn’t made any sense to me at all until probably a few days ago. I realized that I’ve almost reached 600 followers but the amount of likes on my posts and sometimes my views weren’t adding up and then out of nowhere it just hit me .. even though I am connected to a lot of bloggers, many of them aren’t in the same niche as I am therefore, they’re not engaging in what I post.

For example, I’m not really interested in the cosmetic or beauty blogs. Ya know.. I’m just not the biggest fan of make-up. I’m simple. As long as I have my foundation, mascara and occasionally eyeliner then I’m good and to be quite honest with you, I’m not big on the brands either. No offense to the beauty and cosmetic bloggers but because it’s not a big interest of mine, I’m less likely to click on their posts. My niche, on the other hand, is more about personal growth, self-love and self-care. I’m most likely to click on posts that are related to my niche and vice versa. However, that is not something that stops me from supporting other bloggers. In a way, it’s kind of a “I scratch your back, you scratch mine” type of thing and I believe that’s kind of where and how so many people get so many followers but less likes on their posts. Now to resolve the issue of having entirely too many followers but not enough views requires building a community! And that just simply means that you need to connect more with people in your niche. Make sure you constantly supporting them just like they’re supporting you and soon you will find that they’ll help you grow your blog & on top of that it’ll be easier to get more views on your blog as well as increased traffic, great responses and reactions.


I think it’s important to write about topics YOU enjoy talking about but at the same time try to make your contentΒ relatable to your audience. It’s so important to get to know your audience and pay attention to what actually captures and captivates their attention because if your followers can’t relate to what you’re writing about then you’re less likely to keep a steady amount of traffic coming to your blog. For example, if your blog is based on poetry and majority of your followers are poetry fans BUT you decide you want to do something different and try writing short stories… well, there’s a big chance that you’re gonna lose some of your views and traffic simply because that’s not what your readers/followers are interested in. I kinda think that goes back to the “building a community” thing. Try to connect with people that share the same interest as you.


Now I’ve just recently said this in one of my previous posts but if you’re trying to monetize your blog, then plan to invest in it for a long time. This is not a “get rich quick” scheme. Just like anything else, it takes time, effort, consistency and patience. A successful blog does not happen overnight. So keep writing and inspiring people!! I promise there are people out there who are willing to read and listen to what you have to say! You just gotta find the right ones and remember to stay connected to those in your same niche!! πŸ™‚


I hope these 5 tips help you !! Don’t give up on your blog. Slow progress is always better than no progress at all. Thanks so much for reading. YOUR company is always appreciated !! I wish you much success in your blogging journey!!πŸ’–


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Hi, I'm Jessica! New Blogger. 26 years young. Married. Super Mom of two boys.. Keeps me busy! I'm also a full-time worker & entrepreneur. The overall goal of my blog page is to inspire and promote personal growth. I'll be sharing a wide range of ideas, experiences, updates, different ways to earn extra cash, and different ways to be the struggle of debt. I'll also be speaking quite a bit on different topics such as depression/anxiety, mental health, the importance of being positive, the importance of sacrifice, sharing some of my favorite cooking recipes and sooo much more!! I'm very humbled that you stopped by to visit my page & I pray that you continue to tune in with me! You won't regret it :)

59 thoughts on “5 Tips to Help Ease Frustration with Your Blog’s Progress”

  1. Hi Jessica,

    I vote for number 5 .
    We must have a real passion for everything we do, and the results will come, I am sure.
    There is no magic formula for success.Persistence and time are important !

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  2. True true…I’ve also thought about that how some bloggers with huge followings have hardly any kind of response! I think it’s also because they don’t respond to their comments so people start feeling like their input isn’t important. I’d add to that to love the people you have! Like you were saying – support them! The ones who’ve already taken the time to show their interest and support. Good tips Jessica! Hugs!πŸ’—

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  3. As a beginner, I’d say great tips. You really put thought into this and nailed it right on. I think it just takes some time and dedication. I really look forward to seeing where mine takes me and I love to come on and see what others are doing and the inspirations I can take away from posts…I also like to lend my hand out to others in need of support when I can give it.

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  4. As far as knowing my audience goes, I started trying to help beginning bloggers but over the years many are not beginning bloggers anymore. So there is more of a discrepancy in the levels of my readers.

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  5. With your take on the “Building a Community” part of your post, I agree to some extent. You will get less interaction from fellow bloggers of other niches.

    I am a Beauty Blogger, but I try to post the few occasional posts outside my genre, so that I can sometimes still appeal to those who aren’t necessarily there for the products, but just enjoy my stories or humour.

    The true meaning to my blog in general was just getting back into taking care of me, and chronicling the adventure of it.

    We all write for different reasons, about different things, but that doesn’t mean we can’t cross genre and still enjoy content either. Sometimes it is more about time, when your followers happen to also be bloggers.

    I currently have over 500 emails of “New” posts, and there is no way I can easily see all that content in a day. Sometimes I get to the post really late, but I’ll still like and comment if I enjoyed it.

    I do the whole “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” as well. Thanks for stopping by on the blog


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  6. This, exactly this. I’m currently trying to work on my consistency. I opened my currently blog and just let it slide with the odd post every other month. I’m now trying to get 1 or 2 posts every week to help me grow my audience on cruelty free beauty and skincare. Come back to me in a year and I hope I will be able to share the success consistency creates x

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    1. Thank you!! I’m still new but to cover the basics, you would need to purchase a plan (at least choose the second plan so you can work for WordAds) and then there are other ways to make money off your blog through affiliate links or google adsense and etc

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  7. I believe that it’s also what your niche is. I blog Christ and teach the scripture. I’m not doing it to get an extra income in fact I’m not looking to monetize but rather spread the gospel. I’ve noticed bloggers like me rarely get the same type of love as most other bloggers out there. However, I can truly say that I will continue to spread his word even if no one reads what I post. I know this because literally my first six months no one read what I blogged. I keep going because God gave me a promise. I may not see it in my lifetime but I believe that God will keep his promises to me!

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