Monday, 24 June 2019

Common Blogging Beginners Mistakes

If you have a passion for writing and learning, there is no more perfect job than blogging. But like all jobs, there are learning curves. Initially, all new bloggers will commit a typical mistake. Fortunately, you can easily fix it with dedication and effort. Here are ten of those typical mistakes and how you can avoid them.

Too many texts

Again, you are not writing an essay. It does not attract or guide visitors by formatting text. Paragraphs should be very short with subheadings so readers can scan posts (most people read and find points of interest). Bullets or numbered items (like this post, for example) make it easier to search. Every time a reader sees multiple texts, there is no motive to read the words of wisdom.

No Expertise

If you own a blog with a specific niche market or are blogging on a variety of topics, you should be an expert. In other words, you need to study the subject of writing and it may take some time. But if you make good money with the content you create, you take time. Being a respected “go-to” expert means that you are getting a much deeper online self-education if you are in a particular niche market.

Online courses from your niche or even blog / content marketing itself will go a long way. Avoid many mistakes in this post and become a “professional” you need.
Blogger Mistakes

Writing in academic style

A blogger with a lot of English or communication. During my university years, I have written a large number of academic papers and theses. Forget all that. Blogging is informal and interactive. Write as if you are talking or writing to a friend.

Boring headlines

Think like a journalist. The first thing that attracts readers is a truly popular headline. If you need a good example of participating headlines, see what Upworthy uses for Facebook posts. These headlines have resulted in tremendous click-through rates, and every blogger likes to steal creatives through these headlines. But there is hope and help. There are several headline generation tools you can use. Even if you do not love what they produce, there are enough options to get great ideas.

Read too high

Writing for Year 7 students. This means short simple sentences and junior vocabulary. Review all the posts you’ve written, insert large words, and separate complex sentences from complex sentences. There are tools you can use to check your reading level and it’s free. Copying and pasting a post will result in reading levels. I want content suitable for 12 years old.

No images

Your blog posts need footage. Find a photo or other image to appeal to. Viewers are 53 times more likely to read their stuff when they have images. Posts with great images, photos, infographic and video are even more likely to share. Readers also like to interact with content and invite friends to interact. If you can come up with a quiz (I’ve seen it all on Facebook) or a survey / questionnaire. There are many tools you can use to create these tools.

No clear purpose

Many bloggers know that they have to meet their deadlines or schedule. So they are looking for an idea on a topic, looking for one, giving the headlines and public opportunities in the post. From there, all kinds of crashes and burns. All postings must have a purpose. Are you educating and solving your problems? Are you entertaining and writing your readers’ day a little brighter? Are you trying to inspire your readers? If you can not define your purpose, do not waste time writing your post.

No opening

What motivates you to read the articles you draw? Moreover, the title is. First sentence or two sentences. You can catch your audience if you can open it with sensational statistics, jokes, touching quotes or anecdotes. If the reader is not involved in the first sentence or the second sentence, he will bounce. Spend a lot of time in opening time, as in the rest of the post.

No invites to join or share

Readers also like to say opinions and express their opinions. At the end of each post, the reader should have the opportunity to ask questions, say comments, or give feedback. And you have to respond. That’s how you do it. Every seasoned blogger has a horror story to talk about their novice time and mistakes. Many mistakes are on this list. If you pay attention, you can avoid your own horror story.

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