Saturday, February 17, 2018

Blogging Quotes To Live By

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Blogging is truly the next thing and can happen right now if you really sit down and bust your butt to get where you need to be …….. Where does a person need to be ? That’s up to them!

Eric Heavilin * Quoted in The Bloggers comments section about an article on building a proper blogging foundation. *

Blogging is the new poetry of our time!

Author Unknown * Found on the internet while building Bloggers in March of 2009 *

‘A government of the people that serves to unite society through law and order only ends up segregating humanity further.’

Alex Whalley * On all the law suits and liabilities we see and hear about everyday and the fact that our working lives are now wrapped in red tape and bureaucracy . *

Blogging is … to writing what extreme sports are to athletics; more free-form, more accident-prone, less formal, more alive. It is in many ways, writing out loud.

Andrew Sullivan * The Atlantic *

To me the definition of a writer is someone who writes a piece that is appreciated independently by someone.

James Richmond * The, from one of his own post “Can I really call myself a writer” *

You can work quite hard, in particular online, and do quite well independently, but if you really want to grow you need points of leverage and most of them come from knowing people.

Yaro Starak * From an interview with “” *

The casual conversational tone of a blog is what makes it particularly dangerous.

Daniel B. Beaulieu

Blogging is hard because of the grind required to stay interesting and releant.

Sufia Tippu

Blogs are whatever we make them. Defining “Blog” is a fool’s errand.

Michael Conniff

Blogging is an art, same as any other method of self-expression. Some are better at it than others.

Hugh Macleod

Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone.

George Siemens

Not only are bloggers suckers for the remarkable, so are the people who read blogs.

Seth Godin * Seth *

Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic.

John Chow * John *

With 206,675,938 websites and blogs as of March 2010, you should be able to gain understanding of anything.

Author Unknown

Train Hard, Fight Easy

James Richmond * The, from one of his own post “I’m not super human” *

I don’t recommend any books – I recommend taking action and following the example of others.

Yaro Starak * From an interview with “” *

A blog with a business backend (i.e. products to sell and a method to sell them) is the key to a six-figure income as a blogger.

David Risley * From one of his own post “Reality Check: A Blog Is Not A Business” *

If you don’t agree with me that’s fine but I’m not entirely sure why you wouldn’t.

Eric Heavilin * From one of his posts, referring to the fact that we don’t really want money, we just want what we can do with the money. *

If you know what you want, blogging can get it for you. But you need to want something beyond blogging. Use your blog to figure out who you are and what you are good at and who the best people are for you to connect with.

Penelope Trunk * From “SOTB” 2009. *

Blogging is not a business by itself. It is only a promotional platform. Okie dokie?

David Risley * From one of his own post “Reality Check: A Blog Is Not A Business” *

There are no lines in the sand in the blogosphere except for those who draw those lines in an effort to get attention.

David Risley * From one of his comments posted on “Hot Blog” *

I aim to produce unique products and services that I would pay for myself.

James Richmond * From a response to a comment posted on “6” *

You have heard about taking action and if you haven’t then I’m not sure where you’ve been and I’m also not sure I want to be where you’ve been hiding.

Eric Heavilin * From one of his own post “How to get exactly what you want out of your life” *

Have patience. There is no such thing as get rich quick. You get to two years, that’s when you’ll know if you’re going to be great or not.

Duncan Riley * From “SOTB” 2009. *

Success is simple. Success is doing whatever it takes to reach your goals. Nothing else really matters because it isn’t success.

Erick Heavilin * Previewing future thoughts for his posts to his Blog “Blue Pop” here at Bloggers Market *

Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.

Steve Shearer * Quoting on Twitter from his website “Web Design By” *

Blogging is just a medium. It isn’t a business.

David Risley * From one of his own posts “Conferences & The Blogger Bubble” *

Don’t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog that’s great for your readers.

Brian Clark * Copy *

If you accept all the praise, you have to accept all the critics.

Chris Brogan * Quoting from Twitter while engaging James Richmond on a post James had written about him. *

The only people who should plan on making money from writing a book are people who made money on their last book. Everyone else should either be in it for passion, trust, referrals, speaking, consulting, change-making, tenure, connections or joy.

Seth Godin * Quoting from his Blog *” *

If you love writing or making music or blogging or any sort of performing art, then do it. Do it with everything you’ve got. Just don’t plan on using it as a shortcut to making a living.

Seth Godin * Quoting from his Blog * “” *

We are much better at writing code than haikus.

Matt Mullenweb * Quote taken directly from’s homepage * “” *

You can definitely find a lot of useful information in the blogosphere about where your position is if you look closely.

Eric Heavilin * Quoted in The Bloggers comments section about an article on one’s position within the Blogosphere. *

I’m sure I don’t need to tell you how blogging has effected my life, but in typical Alex style, I will anyway……

Alex Whalley * Quoted in The comments section about Sam Schuurman’s struggle to become a good writer and Blogger. *

I think there’s two ways to make money online. One way is by selling other people’s stuff, the other way is by selling your stuff.

Jeff Walker * Quoted from an interview with Darren Rowse *

All we have is our content, so as you said – just write it and they will come. OK they won’t, but keep telling yourself they will – it’s all we have at this early stage

Alex Whalley * Quoted in the comments section of Bloggers Market on the extreme challenge of building a following with your Blog *

l like people wanting to pay me money – I don’t EVER take it !!!

Alex Jeffreys * Quoted from his “Newbies Nightmare” E-Book *

Your ultimate consumers are your users, not search engines.

Google * Quoted from their Webmasters manual “Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide” *

I’ve often whispered your names in God’s ear when I pray and held your faces in my mind when I write. It saddens me beyond words to leave you, even though it’s the right thing to do. I’ll never forget you or this magical time we’ve shared. Be well. Be happy. Live deeply.

Jean Sarauer * Quoted from Virgin Blogger Notes on Jeans Departure from Blogging on Monday October 25, 2010 less than a year after starting. *

Every day, there are millions of people hoping to put in an average amount of effort and get something amazing in return. This what we in the industry call “noise.” It’s cheap and occasionally entertaining, but it doesn’t go anywhere.

Tyler Tervooren * Quoted from his quest post on Think titled: “2,000 Subscribers in Three Months: One Blogger’s Story of Rapid Growth” *

Blogging alone is nothing but a big hamster wheel.

David Risley * Quoted from one of his own posts “Product Launch Platforms To Make Your Life Easy” *

Selling stuff is easy. All you gotta do is give away stuff that makes people happy …and then sell stuff that makes ‘em even happier.

Frank Kern * Quoted form his “Mass Control” website while writing about the FTC Disclaimer rules *

Reading blogs about making money online just doesn’t cut it.

Eric Heavilin * Quoted from one of his own posts “How I Made My First Sale Online And My Thoughts About The Future” *

“If the money was in the list’ then Santa would be the Top Affiliate every year. [. . .].”

Alex Whalley * Quoted from one of his own posts “The Money is in the Content. The List is Useless!” *

Traditional business ventures require investments, debt, and overhead and I had no interest in any of these experiences.

David DiGiovanni * Quoted from a quest post at Steve Roy’s site “Ending The” *

Unfortunately, blogging generally requires a lot of work! Gaining a large readership for your business blog requires much of your attention and a big dose of patience.

Chadrack Irobogo * Quoted from one of his own posts “Top 3 Reasons Why Many Entrepreneurs Fail With Business Blog Marketing And How To Overcome Them!” *

The only sure fire way to make big money Blogging is to follow the map of the past, which will always be the way of the future, promoted with promises by the world’s greatest lairs.

Jeffrey Morgan * Quoted from a post at Bloggers Market after two years of Blogging *

Blogging is definitely a long term grind and probably the slowest and most painstaking way to make money online. Of course without it any business will struggle to build a presence and momentum ( online ).

Alex Whalley * Quoted from the comments section of Bloggers Market on the challenge of daily Blogging *

I’m coming back to help rescue some bloggers who are hostages to their own systems they’ve created.

Brandon Yeager * Quoted from his post “Bloggers – I’m Coming to Get You”. Writing on the compelling challenge of expending great amounts of time and energy Blogging with little financial result *

Personally, I would have a hard time recommending anything from Matt Benwell and Rob Benwell [...].

Paul Schlegel * Quoted from his review of Rob Benwells, “Blogging To The Bank”, from his Blog “Work At Home” *

I think one of the curses of running your own website is that you find yourself getting tired of the way it looks.

David Risley * Quoted after an extensive re-build of his blog, David in the middle of 2011 *

The whole auto-blog thing has always seemed weird and kinda spammy to me – not interested.

Graham Lutz * Quoted from his comments section of his blog in regards to a comment made about the popularity of auto-blogs *

When you reach rock bottom, it is no longer of “who can I blame?”, but rather “who cares?”

Brandon Connell * Quoted from his post: “Create Your Legacy by Going BIG”. Correctly identifying ones recognition of life’s greatest social stigmas *

Passion or Bankruptcy: here I come.

Brandon Yeager * Quoted from my twitter feed on the Re-Launch on his Blog “The InfoPreneur” *

[...] Successful people don’t spam.

Adrienne Smith * Quoted from her Blog post “How To Stop Those Unwanted Solicitors In Their Tracks *

Blogging is not a business, and the problem with this niche is that blogging is being taught like it is the end-all, be-all.

David Risley * Quoted from his post “Why The “Make Money Blogging” Niche Is Broken” *

[...] Blogging is one of the shittiest and slowest ways to make money on the Internet in the history of man.

David Risley * Quoted from his post “Why The “Make Money Blogging” Niche Is Broken” *