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I have been blogging for nearly 3 years now and I still have a lot to learn.  I haven't reached the goals I've set for my blog just yet but I am constantly working on it and am never giving up. You can read more about my blogging journey HERE.

So what have you learned from blogging? Do you have any tips you would like to share?

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Hmm, my blog, Little People Wealth, has evolved so much since I started it! I think one of the things I learned is that growth comes in spurts. My first 400 or so subscribers was tough! Then I grew so fast and got stuck just under 1000. Then I made a few changes and hit another spurt. Now I have been stuck just under 1500 for a few months. I need to figure out what my next change is to get the next spurt!

Its slow, then spurt, then gradual, then STOP. Figure out what the next step is and start all over again...

I started a new blog a couple of months back, I'll see if I can actually apply some of this new knowledge to it, LOL! I know I am not doing a release until the design is complete this time - but I don't know if that will make a difference or not...
I think I saw this on twitter moms. I have learned alot about writing but also about being kind to others and knowing when your being helpful and when to hold your tongue.

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