Blogging Without the Butterflies and Rainbows

If we’re being honest, most blogging advice is the same stuff you could find on the back of a cereal box.

It’s not that the people that write the advice have bad intentions. They mean well, but they don’t like to acknowledge why blogging works for some people and not others.

There comes a point in time where you get tired of seeing people struggle with this blog thing.

While I don’t want to proclaim blogging to be the simplest thing in the world, it’s also not the hardest.

There is zero reason why YOU shouldn’t be able to build a blog that makes money. I’m not talking about a blog that does okay. I’m talking about a blog that makes you money.

The kind of money that you can throw in the doubters face.

The kind of money that helps show your world that you’ve always been that awesome person that is in your mind.

So who am I and why should you listen to me?

My name is Paul Scrivens and I don’t have a great reason why you should listen to me. I start and build successful blogs in a number of different niches, but like I said above, anyone should be able to do that.

Here are some of the blogs that I’m currently working on:

As you can see I have my hands in a lot of different blogs.

Why? Because to truly understand blogging and why it works, you can’t get all of knowledge from one blog. That one blog could’ve been the lucky blog that works.

I like to try different blogs in different niches so I can better teach you to grow the blog that you want.

Take the time to read around this blog to get a feel for how I see blogging.

If you want to check out another blogging project I run then head on over to Blog Simple Framework. Over there you’ll get more of the traditional blogging advice. Consider Obstacle.co the rebel’s blogging advice.

If you’re already thinking about what you can achieve beyond blogging then you’ll want to see Dare to Conquer.