How do you feel when you post something and no one comments?. Few likes and fewer reactions; few views too?.
You spent time, energy and sweat to make a video, write an article but after publishing it, you get just 2 to 3 views?.
Which do you prefer seeing when you click on your published article on read.cash?:
Comments and upvotes with likes?
Comments and likes atleast?
Upvotes and likes, no comments?.
Well if that question was directed to me, I'd pick all the options that has
"comment" in it.
That excruciating feeling that knocks you down into belittling or finding it hard to see or believe in your capabilities.
I've been there, and one of the reasons why I'm writing this article today, is because I'm still there.
I once wrote about the power of
"feedbacks," it always feel good to appreciate or constructively criticize the work of others. Just show your presence, make the person know and feel that someone actually sees what he/she does.
Come to think of it, is it just all about finding the right audience?.
I mean people keep speaking about finding the right audience, but the question is this:
I need to be enlightened on the aforementioned questions, please if you have answers, the comment box is all yours.
Towards the end of last year, I decided to become a dropshipper for a lovely fashion company:
"Mobis Couture and Consult."
Just to earn few bucks as a side income in addition to my salary as a teacher back then. I started posting her wares on my status.
But guess what?
It was just a very close friend of mine that patronized me.
The rest of my friends and those on my
CL kept arguing down the price, complaining about how the dresses were just too expensive for their pockets to afford.
I got frustrated anyways and stopped.
Now, my point here is this:
My audience were the ones that didn't see value in what I was selling.
That they didn't see value in what I sold doesn't mean that those dresses had no value.
Mobis Couture makes her money on a regular and that's because the audience she has; knows the value of what she's selling.
If you keep posting on your status, or wherever you might be posting, without anybody's reaction or comments.
It's either you don't have and have not found the right audience.
It's either you have ghost admirers; who would say nothing even when they love what you do.
You might prolly need to cross or reevaluate yourself...
It shouldn't make you feel you're not good enough, your audience might just be like those audience I had, when I was a dropshipper. They just might be the one not seeing value in what you do.
You're good enough dear, one day the world would notice you, just keep at it, don't let the absent views of others make you feel less of yourself.
You're doing well dear, just keep at it and improve more on yourself. Someday the whole world would notice you.
And that's how another topic; still relating to this, just crossed my mind. I'll write on that in tomorrow's article