Few horses have their own fan club, but Desert Orchid, known affectionately as “Dessie”, was lucky enough to have one with thousands of members. At the height of the grey gelding’s popularity, a Christmas card arrived in his trainer’s yard from Australia addressed simply as “Desert Orchid, Somewhere in England”.
Today a personal intrest more modern and high-tech way of talking about crushes the latest escapades or pranks and opinions on different issues has emerged. It is called blogging.
What does that mean? It means it needs to be a keyword phrase that enough people are looking for to make it worth your while to blog about it, and it also can’t be so competitive that you’ll never have a chance to compete with the biggies that are hogging the top pages on Google.
Speaking of your visitors. If you want to really make money with blogs, you need a niche (something to create content about) which other people are interested in. personal blogs usually don’t work. Although, there are a few examples of very successful personal interests out there. I wouldn’t recommend starting a personal blog, if you’re doing this for money.
Desert Orchid was a loved sports hero in England and did many things outside his career as a race horse. He trotted on to the set of the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Show. He was ridden by Princess Anne in a 1992 charity race. He helped raise money for good causes. He even supplied some inspiration to the government.
Because there is a natural ebb and flow to motivation. It’s hard to keep going at a super high level at all times. And you know what? Your spouse and your friends, unfortunately, are not always the best people to give you this type of support. Why?
But Twitter and Facebook are fun. If a blogger is writing for fun, the allure of Twitter and Facebook is obvious. Getting a huge following is often just a matter of asking.