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7 Reasons You Might Never Become an A-list Blogger

This is a guest post from Onibalusi Bamidele, a young entrepreneur with a free guest blogging guide for more on how to get traffic and build your brand via guest blogging.

There are different types of bloggers with various levels of success. We have the average blogger and the super-successful blogger (often called the A-list blogger).

Many new bloggers think becoming an A-list blogger is all about writing content and promoting your blog. There is more to it than that, and there are reasons why many people will NEVER be more than average. The following are 7 reasons you might never be an A-list blogger.

1. You Don’t Manage Your Time

One thing I noticed from observing many successful bloggers is that they effectively use their time. A-list bloggers don’t spend every minute of their day on Twitter or on doing things that don’t matter.

One major problem I noticed among most new bloggers is that they obsess and waste their time on things that don’t matter. Time is very important and it waits for no man. It doesn’t help spending every minute chatting with friends or checking your stats. It is also of no importance checking how many new comments you’ve gained every minute.

A-list bloggers manage their time wisely and they only focus on what matters. You’ll hardly see A-list bloggers checking their stats 10 times a day or tweeting every now and then, but they rather spend their time on what brings results, such as creating new content, promoting their blog, and developing their own products.

Lesson: Manage your time wisely. Focus on what matters, not on what doesn’t.

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6 Qualities of Successful Bloggers

This is a guest post by Onibalusi Bamidele, young entrepreneur and author of the free ebook 7 keys to build a better website.

Being a blogger is easy, but being a successful blogger is another story. Here are some things that define bloggers who will achieve success with their blog.

1. Bloggers Take Action

Successful bloggers are always ready to take action, avoiding any form of procrastination as much as possible. Successful bloggers don’t just go and read and read and read until their head is no longer ready to accommodate again – they implement as they read. They don’t just follow what others say because others said it, but they are always ready to take action in order to be successful. Successful bloggers avoid as much procrastination as possible and instead focus on achieving success by implementing what they learned.