One of the reasons many bloggers struggle is the fact that they don’t know how to narrow their niches and write for a specific group of readers.
It’s always a big challenge for beginners to choose a blogging topic. For the most part, they are advised to begin broad, covering different related topics, then gradually figure out what’s hot with time and focus on those hot topics.
Hot in the sense that their readers pay attention and interact more in those topics. But this has turned out to be a bad piece of advice for many. They keep throwing their feet in the dark, not knowing what’s hot cake or not hot on their blogs.
The last time I visited your blog, I was so disappointed. So I took the hard decision never to come back again.
As I’m writing this post, I’m sure you are still losing more visitors. I’m not the only one who left regretting to have clicked your link. Personally, I want to let you know 9 points that pushed me to this decision.
I’m sure after reading this points, you are going to sit up. There are millions of blogs out there with wonderful attractions. So I won’t regret keeping away from yours. I’m sure I’ll find what I want somewhere. I didn’t just want to go without letting you know why I’m leaving. So here are my reasons to quit for good;
One fatal SEO (Search engine optimization) mistake we make is building backlinks and moving forward without looking back to clean up.
Not all the links pointing to your blog will add to your search ranking. Some are toxic and that’s what we want to deal with in this post.
But what is a toxic or dangerous backlinks ?
At the moment of writing, there is no universal definition of a toxic backlink. However, this generally refers to links from private blog networks, websites that violate Google’s guidelines, or sites with major security flaws.
Trust me SEO is easy!
No. Search Engine Optimization is hard.
What am I even saying ? You got me confused 😉
The real thing is “SEO is easy” but you are making it hard. You are the reason your SEO is difficult. Just give me a few minutes to explain. I will also show you how to start ranking and celebrating search traffic.
Very quickly, the best source of traffic I have had is search engine. I have experimented with Email list traffic, social media traffic, referral traffic, etc.
And please note I’m talking about free traffic and SEO is the king when it comes to:
Infographics have grown in popularity over the years.
Unlike long-winded blog posts, infographics are visually stimulating in nature. The best ones have stunning designs that you can’t help but read and ogle from top to bottom.
In fact, this single statistic is why you need to incorporate infographics into your content strategy:
According to Venngage, 40% of marketers agree that infographics improve audience engagement.
They not only make sharing content much easier, but they also help readers process information faster!
However, designing them is no walk in the park.
I wrote an entire eBook on how to network the right way as a blogger.
See me holding the paperback version below?
Every day, my social media and email mirror back poor networking tactics being taught to new or struggling bloggers. Bloggers may teach how certain networking techniques *work* but in the long run, silly tactics damage your reputation and lead to long term failure.