You don’t have to be an amazing writer to be a successful blogger. You just need to learn some simple tricks and dedicate yourself to the process. The difference between every great writer and the mediocre one isn’t grammar or innate talent; it’s hard work. Here are 5 steps to succeed at blogging, even if […]
Want to Become a Full-Time Blogger Easier? Then Appreciate Your Day Job!
You don’t like your day job. Every day, you have to find an excuse to go to your job and it shows in the quality of your work: You are procrastinating on your tasks and your productivity is very low. At the same time, you have a dream to become a full-time blogger. Now that’s […]
How Do I Survive My Blog
The world change around us, economy is going down, and many bloggers are facing the challenge of surviving their blogs. So, the most important question is how you will survive your blog in this crazy world? It’s easy to start a blog, and it’s also easy to keep blogging for a while, but the more […]
4 Tips To Establish A Local Online Presence
All bloggers think that in order to make a successful and profitable blog, they need to target big countries like US and Canada. The cause behind this is that the visitors from these countries are more profitable than the visitors in your local country. There is nothing wrong with this approach but a blogger should […]
The Mindset Of A Successful Blogger: Do You Have It?
I haven’t researched on any statistics here lately but from what I have seen and experienced, the biggest challenge we bloggers face today is to keep a healthy balance between blogging, work and family time. If you work full time besides what you do online or go to school, have family responsibilities; the time and […]
Quanik – Helping Bloggers To Blog Better
Quanik is a team of passionate professionals who strive hard to educate people about the value of self-employment. We aren’t here to make money, rather we are here to educate people and guide them to do what they want. At Quanik, we inspire people and dig up their interpersonal qualities to make their own living. […]