5 Deadly Blogging Mistakes
Costing You A Fortune
Are YOU making the following mistakes that could be costing
you a small fortune in your blogging business below?
Deadly Mistake #1: “Blogging For
Some of the most profitable blogs are the ones that focus on
growing a community in a niche market for people to come together, read your ideas, and share their own. I
don’t know anyone who goes to a blog with the intent to buy “anything”.
So, why then are the most profitable blogs rarely have
anything to do with the blogger him or herself making money; Because they focus on solving their READERS and
subscribers problems. Do this, and the people will BEG to buy something from you. Anything. Too reward you
for the value you consistently put out on your blog.
Deadly Mistake #2: “The Infamous Get-Rich-Quick
Anyone and their Grandma can start a blog nothing special
about that. So, why do people think starting a blog is a license to print money? It’s
Once you have your foundation laid out, it will take time to
build yourself a reputation big enough to draw attention from your marketing
Deadly Mistake #3: “Whoopee! I Brought This Blogging Course
And It Guarantees Success!”
Let me tell you something. Any one who
“guarantees” you success want guarantees you’ll be foolish enough to give them your hard-earned
money. Because, the success of a blog is built around the person running it. That’s
Deadly Mistake #4: “Invest In My Blog? You Must Be
You and I, share the same 24 hours in a day. Spending your
time on what counts most -- content creation and marketing -- is where YOUR focus must
Listen, the minute you get into doing programming, graphic
design, and all that other stuffs you will never be 6-figure yearly blogger.
Solution? Get a few hired hands. It’s not expensive.
$100-$200 will give your blog a distinctive and unique look that’ll stand out in a sea of copycat
Deadly Mistake #5: “Giving Up
You will always get out what you put into a blog. Even if
you had a lucky break and had a major newspaper site pick up a blog post, it still takes effort and
consistent marketing efforts to build momentum.
Avoid those 5 deadly blogging mistakes, and you’ll be one
step ahead of competition.
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