BLOGGING IS NOT WORTH IT ANYMORE! ARE YOU MAKING THE BLOGGING MISTAKES YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE?
This phrase might take you down whenever you imagine starting your own online blog through which you wish to generate traffic and passive income.
Let us give you GOOD NEWS!
It is not true.
It’s true that there are millions of blogs online and beating that competition and generating traffic for your blog is tough but it is a hoax that you cannot succeed.
Billions of people search on big search engines like Google, Bing, and YouTube to get an answer to their question and if you are good enough to answer those questions then you can definitely generate more traffic and revenue.
Most people don’t realize it.
All they want is MONEY and they make common Blogging Mistakes
Which is a good approach but it definitely takes some time.
You have to stay consistent and make sure that you are providing them with the exact information they are looking for.
Today we are here to discuss the points through which you can have a successful career while blogging whether you use it as a part-time or a full-time source of income.
Consistency is the key
If you wish to be a successful blogger then CONSISTENCY is the key term you should follow.
Without consistency nothing is possible.
Because it is a slow field and you get results gradually.
Most of the online bloggers run away from this field just because they don’t get the result they desire and in return, they quit.
Quitting is never an option whenever you are starting a business.
Whether the business is online or not, consistency is the key to success for that business.
Not Capturing Leads
Leads are the backbone of every business.
If you are not capturing leads then you are making the biggest mistake in your business.
Leads can be defined as the personal information of people like email, contact number, location, name, CNIC Number, etc.
Leads are the way through which you can contact a person or business through a call or via email marketing.
There are three kinds of leads as distributed by most of the online advertisers.
- Cold Leads
- Warm Leads
- Hot Leads
Cold leads are those leads that interacted with your business for the very first time. These leads are very less likely to convert.
As they are not well aware of your business so you need to pass them through that buyer’s journey process and gain their trust to develop a better relationship with them.
Warm Leads are those leads that already follow your business and have already shown interest in any of your offers, product or service, etc.
These leads are the ones that are easier to convert into a paying customer as compared to cold leads.
Hot Leads are those leads that already are your paying customers.
These leads are considered to be the “High Conversion Leads”.
As they are well aware of your business and have already bought your product or service this is why they have trust in your business.
Selling them something at a comparatively high price as compared to cold leads can also work because they trust you and your business.
Capturing Leads is a must if you want to succeed as a Blogger.
This way you will be able to send your latest blog posts, products, and services to the leads who already have subscribed to your blog.
Thinking that Every Post will GO VIRAL
ONE WRONG post can take your blog down and ONE RIGHT post can take your blog and its traffic to a whole new level.
This saying best fits a blogger.
You have to write 100’s of articles and posts to find that one article that can click the audience and generate the traffic you need for your blog.
So don’t worry if your blog is not getting the traffic you desire at the start.
It takes time
Some of your posts might do well and some might not.
Some of your posts might fail and some might succeed.
Some might go viral and attract more users and some might not.
Failure is part of every business.
So stay focused and believe the fact that not all your posts can go viral.
Only a few will go viral and they will be the reason to drive traffic for your blog.
Not using the clear Style of Writing
This point is not understood by most of the bloggers.
If a user visits your blog and is looking for an answer for a particular question in your blog then they should find that answer.
You should be clear while writing a blog.
Don’t waste time on things that don’t matter.
Write to the point.
Provide thorough information about the topic that is under discussion.
Your article must speak for yourself.
The topic and keyword you have chosen for your blog must be clearly written and utilized in your blog.
Your user should know what will he read in your blog as soon as he visits your blog.
Not using the Trending News
Have you ever witnessed that most of the bloggers and vloggers start publishing and making content on the activity that recently got viral?
Or something that is trending in the market.
Like the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Or the Gangnam Style Dance Challenge.
Or the KIKI Challenge.
Many people use these latest trends and trending news for their blogs.
Use these trends in your own language.
Try to summarize and merge that trend into your article.
Like what would you do if you would want to merge the KIKI Challenge with Marketing?
Think that way.
It will give you more creative ideas and make your blog go viral as well.
Lesser use of Long-Form Content
One of the most common blogging mistakes is not using the Long Form of content.
Content is everything in marketing.
No matter how awesome your product or service is.
Or whatever you are offering.
If your content is not detailed and well described.
Then you will not generate traffic.
You need to be sure that your content is in the long-form, detailed and well defined.
If it’s short, it won’t work.
Because people won’t have trust in your blog. It’s more like they will feel that you didn’t have enough information to share with them.
This wraps up our blog for today.
We hope that you got the information you desired for.