Friday, September 7, 2012

Mistakes that a blogger made

It is not really bad to enter the blogging world. Many professionals nowadays have their own blog. After all this, all you need to have is a decent web hosting company, a good domain name and your idea. But if you just want to make a simple blog, you can try the free blog that some company offers.

After having your own web host and you have the full idea, the real work begins here. Many of the blogger is making their monthly income just by blogging.

Their are many factors that affect your work as a blogger :

Some of the blogger is faking the comment on their blog just to increase the popularity 

An an attempt to artificially inflate their supposed reader counts, many a blogger takes it upon himself to pose as a reader and leave feedback on their own articles. Tacky! Not only that, but it’s easy to spot a fake blog comment a mile away.

Some of the blogger over monetize their website

Every blogger dreams of making it big with an edgy, fun-to-read blog. Unfortunately, a lot of those dreamers sacrifice website design just to make a few bucks. Too many ads on websites are not only a turn off to readers, but they’re also penalized by Google.

Some of the bloggers don't link their blog to some sources.

If you’re going to claim that the Loch Ness Monster is real you’d better cite your sources, lest you become another over dramatic, unreliable blogger. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, so be prepared to back up your statements with verifiable proof.

Some of the bloggers change their blog design too often

Isn’t it nice to go to your banking website and know exactly where to login, logout and find your bank statements? Imagine if your bank changed their layout every week. How would you possibly get anything done or even rely on your banking institution? The same is true for your website design. Once you find a design that works, stick with it until there’s a clear reason to upgrade or redesign.

Some bloggers always attempt to write 500 words on their blog

Some arguments can be made with 200 words and others may take 2,000. When you write a post with only the word count in mind, you tend to lose your train of thought and either ramble on endlessly or fail to make your point. Blog posts don’t need to be XXX amount of words long to be effective.
Have you made mistakes as a blogger that you later corrected? Let us learn from you by telling us about your past blogging mistakes in the comments.

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