Interview with Mr. Brian Lang
And every start contains challenges you have to take into account. Every step, which rises you is equal to a victory and a confirmation that you can do it. Ideas and the wish to share them with others from what you know succeed to bring value and to discipline yourself.
The detailed preparing of the articles he publishes only once a month make them to be exact, valuable and to the point. For him their exposure on the blog does not mean anything else than an exercise of learning and keeping in mind information, which is useful to him.
The topic of the interview is about how people helped by their own blog succeed in making connections with other business people and come in touch with aspiring entrepreneurs.
At the moment Mr. Brian Lang has a business to help people in creating and marketing their own Website. In future he wishes to extent his business by transforming it into a resource by making the information understandable, which helps people in order to start their own business. Because here people still struggle a lot, and in other editorials you do not find such information.
If it is the case in future this blog of small businesses can be extended and transformed into a full time business.
1. Can you tell our readers about yourself and your blogging style?
I write about a variety of topics including digital marketing and business. Some articles are shorter and focus on whatever is on my mind at the time while others are created as useful resources and to drive traffic through SEO and social media.
2. What inspired you to start your blog?
After seeing other successful blogs like Smart Passive Income, I figured I’d start my own and share some of my ideas and lessons learned along the way.
3. How do you motivate yourself to keep the blog up and running?
I find that posting once a month is pretty easy and I can queue up articles months in advance if needed. Starting off with a shorter posting frequency made it easier to stay consistent. Blogging also helps me learn and solidify information in my own mind.
4. Tell me about your proudest achievement?
Starting my own business for the first time selling on Ebay shortly after college was a good one. I always thought it would take many years of working a day job before I was ready for that.
5. Is blogging your profession or just a hobby?
Right now, it’s a hobby. I’ve considered investing more into it and turning it into a full time business in the future, but not just yet.
6.What is the biggest difference in your life post-blogging?
Being able to connect with other influential bloggers and gaining recognition in my field have been helpful.
7. Where would you like to be in blogging five years from now?
I’d like to turn my blog into a much bigger and better resource for people looking for ideas and information on starting a business. People seem to struggle with that and I don’t see a lot of great blogs focused on small business.