Do you wonder how to set realistic goals for blogging? Setting goals, no matter what those goals are, is a delicate balancing act. You want your goals to be lofty enough that they feel like a genuine achievement. At the same time, you want them to be realistic enough that you can actually achieve them.
How do you find that middle ground? You consider the time you have available, your general motivation level, and the things that can truly improve your blog and your income from it. Of course, that sounds pretty abstract. To help you start brainstorming ideas of your own, check out some of our suggestions for realistic blogging goals.
This is one of those changes that can be done little by little but once it goes live, has a massive impact. Plan this carefully, thinking about branding, functionality, and overall design. You can completely revamp the look or just tweak it a bit to help it feel fresher to your regular readers.
This may be time you spend or money. Either way, focusing more on SEO should net you more visits and more money. Because this is one of those tasks that you can slowly build on over time, it is a very realistic goal, even if you do not have a significant amount of time to dedicate to it each day.
This is a very easy goal to achieve. All you need to do is reach out and make some plans. You might need to write a few extra posts, but in the grand scheme of things, this is a small amount of effort, yet it nets a pretty great return.
This may sound like an odd goal to have, but if you have been shouldering the full load of blogging, it is one that makes a lot of sense. And despite what you might think, doing this can take a lot of effort. The best way to give yourself a break is to outsource tasks, which means interviewing people and making sure they are a good fit, then monitoring their work. However, the overall payoff is worth it.