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8 Reasons Why You Can’t Make the Best of Your Blogging

Blogging has become an important part of our online activities. Bloggers have been on the rise in the recent years. In the past, blogging has only been limited as an online platform, where a person can talk about varied topics and anyone can follow to express their comments, thoughts, ideas and more. The purpose of blogging still revolves on this but the main concept behind blogging has seen significant changes. More bloggers have come to realize the capability of blogs in generating online income when the right type of hard work is employed. It is also essential to understand the potential of these blogs as they could be converted into cash-generating systems.

We will not discuss here the reasons on how you can gain benefits from your blogging. Instead, let us get to know the points on where bloggers can go wrong and why they usually fail to create the large impact they could create with their blogs.make money online fast blogging

1. You ignore new ideas for your blog

The first thing that you must understand is that the internet is a fast changing platform. The strategies and techniques, which could be effective during the previous years, could never be successful this year. The main platform for blogging so there is a need for new ideas for your blog.

2. You still follow conventional forms of online marketing

Most traditional ideas for businesses are not suitable for online ventures. With the recent advancements in doing business online, it would entail greater innovation on its style and implementation of business strategies. For example, if you still cling to conventional marketing techniques you might easily be beaten out by your competitors.

3. Your blog resist to be a solution to certain problems

Provide a solution to the problem that you think could be solved by your blog. Your competitors can easily displace your ideas if you cannot tap the right market. Most individuals now are becoming netizens or people who are always online. These people know certain strategies to use the internet to their advantage so you must work hard now to follow this trend.

4. You disregard blog innovations

You can present old ideas with new features. There is no need to formulate an entirely original idea to be lucrative with your blogging. If you have been following ideas through conventional forms, you will certainly end up a loser in this fast-paced world.

5. You don’t have a membership with social networking sites

The proliferation of social networking sites with gaming options could only mean one thing – the internet is a powerful tool for networking and entertainment. You must use this fact to make your blog more humane. Try to add entertainment value to your blog. Make certain that you have always something to tell, perhaps a good story or a striking cartoon.

6. You think monetizing your blog is bad

A blog can be your online cash machine. Monetizing your blog is not just a way to provide you a regular flow of online income. It will also turn your blog into an online authority to whatever niche you are blogging about. However, to make your blog worthy of monetization, you must write interesting content based from your expertise. If you cannot even write a blog post, it would be hard for you to maintain your blog.

7. You write poor-quality blog posts

At first, it is just right not to expect about the commercial side of your blog. You can focus now on the returns you can reap as time goes by. It is essential to prioritize the quality of your content and the presentation on the initial stages of your blog.

8. You disregard web traffic

It is crucial that you have real and natural traffic from real online visitors. Stay away from those auto traffic generators since it is a form of cheating and dishonesty. Aside from this, when Google found out that you have utilized these kinds of systems, you will be penalized or worse, your blog will be cancelled.

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Olawale Danielhttps://olawaledaniel.com/
Olawale Daniel is a business builder and psychologist, a network marketing professional, a world-class motivational speaker, a successful internet entrepreneur and a digital media strategist interested in all things mobile and digital — start-ups, media, branding. He started TechAtLast back in 2010 as a platform to quench his thirst for latest technologies. As a motivational speaker and author, Olawale has published several motivational and personal development books and he's currently working on "SUCCESS AHEAD - Don't Quit" which is billed to hit the stand by Q4 of the year. He writes regularly on his personal website on motivation and personal lifestyle and tips for network marketing success, OlawaleDaniel.com. His latest book on How to Sponsor More People in Your Network Marketing Business is still one of the best sellers in its category. He's presently working as a Health and Wellness consultant at BURN SLIM TRIM Inc., a firm that helps people regain their perfect lifestyle through state-of-the-art recent discoveries way back from nature. He's also the brain behind FOBCourse, a business university for startup entrepreneurs in Africa.

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  1. All valid points. For me finding the time and creativity to write articles is the hardest part, as I’m not a naturally gifted writer.

  2. I think one of the hardest things to do is to get a discussion going. You can write the best article of all time, but it no-one reads it then it’s pointless. Other than writing something a bit controversial to get people commenting, what else can you do?

  3. Ya, I agree with you. Innovation is the most important thing in Blogging. Always try to implement new things. Who Knows, Which one Works out..??

  4. Good points. I do see a lot of bloggers fail who do not keep up with the times. I also like what you say about not being afraid to make money from your blog. Let’s face it, that is why 99% of us are in the game.

  5. Awesome Post! There are many things that we can identify why sometimes blogging doesn’t really work for us. What you have Identified gave me answers to my questions. Thanks!

  6. Hi Olawale!
    I can’t agree with you about the poor-quality content. In my opinion, some bloggers tend to forget to write about something really interesting and begin to write for the sake of the post itselt, just to publish it.Surely it reflects in the traffic coming to the blog.

    • I hope you’re missing it my friend @Michael. I think we are still dwelling at the same point in this comment or what do you think?

  7. Really, it’s a terrific post. These 8 reasons about why you can’t make best blogging are major reasons. If you doing it so definitely you can’t make best blogging.

  8. You’ve listed it all. One thing I learned about blogging is that never be afraid to take the risk. Changes are good if it is for the better.

    • Yes, changes are what makes each blog where they are at this present, if those steps are not taken, no progress. Thanks for your comment Karen

  9. You’ve listed almost all the reasons. One thing I learned about blogging is that we should never be afraid to take the risk. Change is good if its for the better.

  10. @Olawale Daniel.
    In order not to publish poor quality content I prefer to skip a couple of days waiting for a good article to come. Thus the visitors get a good read rather than an everyday chewing gum =)

  11. Great post Daniel. Definitely these points greatly help out for much improvements in blogging. As you said, some bloggers still follow some conventional form of marketing and they are stick to it. This is the major reason that they fail. Bloggers should keep on updating themselves about whats happening around in their blogging community. All changes has to be effectively applied in their blog. Only this will make them to stay high among their fellow bloggers.

  12. I think the real problem is that people’s expectations are off. If you’re expecting to make money easily or quickly by blogging it’s not likely to happen. But if you approach it like a real business and put in the time it can happen, and in my opinion is easier than a “traditional” business.

    • Hi friend,

      Really, I envy your comment…It is so simple and nice, you truly help the newbies who are planning to join the industry in having the right aim before coming in 🙂

  13. Agree with all points, but #7 and #8 stand out. Above everything else, it’s about content. But then, good content without a lil bit of marketing will go nowhere.

  14. Hi Olawale,

    You have shared the superb points over here, simply amazing. Blogging is evolving and it is changing like anything, so it is necessary to remain updated with it. There are still so many bloggers out there who are not active on social media sites and because of this, their blogs are not getting that much traffic. Moreover I have seen many bloggers taking the help of article spinners and they just post crap content to their blog.

    In blogging, quality and informative content matters a lot and not a quantity content. So this thing has to be keep in mind while doing blogging :D.

    Thanks so much for giving a great guidance.

  15. Awesome words. Doing SEO is more important while blogging. Keeping this SEO a side, writing quality articles improves blog ranking


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