20 Fun Facts About mcdtt
blog Oct 17, 2021
I’ve learned a lot from my years as a blogger, and I’m eager to share what I’ve learned. In this interview, I discuss the ins and outs of writing and blogging – from the highs and lows of blogging to how I use blog posts to become more creative in my life.
Welcome to my “blog”. This is a simple, self-promoting, self-directed blog aimed at helping others become more creative. My goal is to share my thoughts and experience on the creative process, and to help others better understand and take action. I hope it helps.
I want to say “Thank you” to all the great people who have helped me learn my craft. They’re the best.
Welcome to mcdtt and thank you for stopping by. My name is Mike and I’m a blogger and social media influencer. I’m a creative entrepreneur who believes in creating a life that is fun and intentional. My goal is to share my story and my successes so that others can learn from me. I have my blog and a social media presence at mcdtt.com.
My experience here is that we go from the most talented to the most well-known in our field, and we all make mistakes. I am a writer and blogger who is incredibly good at what I do. I have written hundreds of articles and blog posts and have blog posts every day, but I have not written since I started working in the business myself. When I started writing I was always amazed by the amount of people who wrote, researched, and read what I wrote and published.
If a writer starts out with a huge following, he can become obsessed with the idea of writing, not so much because he enjoys it, but because he wants to see his audience grow. When I first started writing, I didn’t even take the time to read what other people wrote. When I started, my initial goal was to get 10,000 pageviews a month, but it took me 10 years to reach 10,000 pageviews a month.
As a writer, I understand the reasons for that. I did not want a huge following. I did not want to be a “name”. I wanted a regular readership. I wanted to have some sort of readership. But that is not the same as having a big following. When a writer starts out with a huge following, they are doing something wrong. This does not mean they’re lazy, or that they can’t work.
You have to find your readers. And you can do that by reaching out to them. You can’t just wait for them to come to your website. If you want to build a huge following, you have to ask your readers to share your content with them, or at least share it with their friends.
I’m not talking about asking people to share your website’s content on Twitter or Facebook. I’m talking about reaching out to your existing fans. And it’s not just asking people to share your blog posts with their friends either. It’s asking people to show their support for your website on their social media accounts. Thats what I call using your fans as a marketing campaign. It’s a way to reach out to more people. You get one chance to sell your product.
There are a lot of people who have done this before, but only a small number of people have been known to have done it the way you do.