If even after a year of putting in hard work into your blog you seem to be getting nowhere closer to tasting rewarding outputs, you are surely doing things the wrong way.
Here’s a list which compiles those very
mistakes which you might be making. If you have been committing those mistakes, it’s time to rectify them!
1. Not Developing A Niche
If there’s one tip which just every blogger tells is that follow your passion and bring the same to your blog. This is absolutely true! Find out what you are interested in genuinely and talk of the same on your blog. If it’s beauty and makeup, toss out posts that talk about the related topic with well researched information. You can do jewellery, fashion, cooking or lifestyle posts occasionally for a change but don’t let that become a routine.
Have a focus and don’t lose concentration on that. Talk about a particular subject area in depth. Read books, and do researches to gain more knowledge.
2. Not Being Immensely Useful
Think hard on how to make posts that they readers cannot afford to ignore you. Make them so rich with information that makes readers come back time and again. If you have a beauty blog, ask questions from yourself such as how to frame posts in a manner which engages readers and keep them hooked.
3. Not Being Consistent
This is particularly true when someone starts a new blog. For the first few months or so, their excitement levels are very high and they put content on their blog almost daily. But the excitement and eagerness to share posts fizzes down within some time. Bloggers run out of ideas or life gets in their way and they become irregular with their posts schedule.
It’s why successful bloggers always plan their posts months in advance. They take it a step higher if they know they are going to get surrounded with tasks in the coming times. So plan a schedule and stick to it.
5. Not Taking Full Advantage Of Social Media
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You might be very active on your social media channels but still not fetching a decent amount of followers. What most bloggers think is that posting links of their posts on their social media channels is enough. Well they are in for a big misconception! The very purpose behind being on social media is to get social and engage with your readers. If you aren’t doing that, you will have a hard time building your audience and attracting the right kind of readers.
There are lots of mistakes to write, but i decided to write just this four(4), hope it was helpful, dont forget to share with friends.