Visit every blogs but all of them are suggesting tips to be a successful blogger, to make your blog a successful one.
Update your blog every day
Most established bloggers suggest to publish posts regularly. Some advocate the schedule and some friends love to talk about posting frequency. Your visitors should get fresh content everyday. Search engines are hungry ‘Hangra’ who are always in a quest for fresh content to quench their thirst.
There is nothing wrong on those tips. Nothing appears to be deceiving. But this is why, most probably, the novice put themselves over the fire. It is what makes them pale.
“You are not passionate about the topic you are blogging about, if you do not find what to write.” I hope you’ve read this statement EVERYWHERE. Am I not passionate about this niche? Then why can’t I vomit everyday?
If you believe me, this is not what I believe. Make yourself cozy. Write when you wish and publish what you like.
Don’t get scared, its true.
Publish Quality Content
Ahh! ‘Kontent is King. Don’t Kill Those Kittens.’ I’ve gone through many posts insisting to make a second, third, fourth and ….. reading. Look carefully if there are some spelling mistakes lurking in your post. Check if your sentences follow the grammar. Write long post. Write heavy posts – thought provoking one. So it looks if blogging is the charm of literary dudes. You don’t know language? Don’t know humor? Don’t know coherence? Uffff! Learn them!
Are you about to quit?
Relax! May I disagree with ‘Kwality Kontent’? Why should I? But still, I don’t put all of my coins in this basket as well.
This is another wonderful tips but always over XXXXed. Read the blog posts of other bloggers. Post comments. Visit regularly. Talk to the bloggers. Build up a community. Come front. Knock you first. Say hi! Create an account on Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Delicious, Disqus, StumbleUpon, Bloggers, BlogEngage, MMOSocialNetwork, FAQPal, Amplify, Buzz, Yahoo, Youtube, go connect, build network, build community, mark your presence everywhere. Will there be any time left for you to think, enjoy and write about what you ARE passionate? Will you be left with ONE air to breath after helping everybody else?
You can’t live out casted and you’ll need a community. But think, how many coins you’ll drop in to this basket?
Yes! One reason. This is what matters most. Be your language not perfect – I guess you can communicate. Be your content not top quality – guess it is not filthy and worthless piece. Be you not a network star – at least a few recognize you. Be everything else, everything – but if you have ONE reason, that’s the key to success!
Why should I remember the name and address of your blog? Why should I come back to your blog time and again? Why?
One reason, if you have to continue blogging – its certain, you’ll succeed.
I stayed away from blogging for some time. There was an exam to attempt and I was taking that higher than necessary. Blogging schedule? Post frequency? Regular visitors? Loyal commenters? My blog was still getting some traffic. No no, it was through search engines. It was getting some comments but all with those face-less heads. A few friend appeared now and then and dropped some sweet words. I appreciate the relationship.
My other sites on the other hand were running as usual. My absence did not affect them much. PS Exam and ICT Trends were welcoming as many visitors and earning same money through advertisements. Why was this difference? I was behind all of those blogs and sites! My absence was equally dispersed over all of them!
The reason was ONE REASON. ICT Trends and PS Exam had a reason for visitors to wander around, to come back again and again. The old contents, whatever were there, could function as usual. But for this blog the story is different.
Why should you come to my blog? What is it that identifies this blog among the heard of others? This is what I’m pondering upon these days. Some value, some service, for what visitors can rely, can look for is the soul of any site. I’m searching for that ONE REASON now! Please wish me good luck.