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What Was Your Blog’s Tipping Point?

Over the last ten or so days I’ve been asking a series of successful bloggers what their ‘tipping point’ is. We’ve heard some great stories from a variety of bloggers including:

So there’s the responses of 10 bloggers (plenty to chew on) but I’m interested to hear what YOUR blog’s tipping point/s have been?

Some of you might be thinking that your blog hasn’t had one yet – but a tipping point need not just be those moments when you hit the BIG TIME. As a few of our respondents have said in this series – most blogs have a series of tipping points along the way.

What significant or defining moments have you had in your blogging so far?

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Comments

  1. Strong One says:

    Sorry.. my 2nd comment.
    I find this article especially interesting since I’m currently reading Malcolm Gladwell’s book : ‘The Tipping Point’.
    A lot of similarities thus far.
    Thanks again.

  2. Reginald says:

    Christina,

    Believe me…there are many first time bloggers who would give their right arm and left foot to have achieve the kind of statistical figures you posted.

    I wish you every continued success.

  3. Reginald says:

    Tom Vanderwell,

    I would say that you do have a blogging tipping story to contribute to this post.

    What’s really got my attention is your statement mentioning a 200 percent increase in your traffic.

    Do you care to enlighten us on what process you applied to achieve such an increase in traffic?

  4. Reginald,

    I will in more detail, but I don’t have time right at this moment, though thanks for the compliment.

    Let’s say that a 200% increase in traffic isn’t all that difficult when you have small numbers to start with.

    Tom

  5. Hannah says:

    I think between posting articles everyday, and having other blogs link to some of the articles was my first tipping point. That is the first the blog I started in this example.

    I would say that people linking was the biggest for me, and I have to be honest that was when I actually started to pay attention to the fact others were reading it! LOL! It was more for a small group, and just kind of grew from there!

    I started three newer blogs this year. One for work at home jobs (which I do myself – work at home), and one recently that isn’t totally up and going yet about learning computer basics. Both of those people suggested I start, because of the help they had received me on those subjects. The work at home one took off, and the computer one I just started! I was giving tips that I showed to others, and they suggested I do this because they like the way I explained it. I barely started that, and already have subscribers. Never expected that. I think I got the leads from my profile! OF COURSE advertisting on the other blogs didn’t help hender that either!

  6. RT says:

    I haven’t hit a tipping point. I have a new blog, but was curious about what makes a tipping point and how to get there. I really enjoyed reading about other successes. It’s a great motivator.