Are you a blogger who doesn’t see the results you desire from your blog?
Are you curious as to why?
Do you feel stressed and strained because your blog isn’t delivering the results you want?
Research shows that 95% of blogs go down online. There are four main reasons for this.
1) A WRONG MINDSET
Many people who start blogs start with great intentions. The blogger decides to post every day to the blog, but then they feel burnt out, and their posting becomes inconsistent over time.
People quit before they even start.
This is the moral of the story: less is more when it comes to posting content on your blog. You can post every day if you want, or you can choose to do it more often. But don’t complain that you have lost your motivation after a while.
Passionate about your niche will lead you to content. But make sure you have plenty of video and writing material.
2) ALL CONTENT, NO PROMOTION
A blog that is successful will provide great content every day.
Many people sit at their computers and create content but fail to promote it.
Other than social media, there are different key ways to promote your blog.
1) Guest posts on other blogs
2) Article marketing
3) Invite people from your niche to guest post on your blog. This will allow you to focus on your blog’s promotion.
3) BUILD RELATIONSHIPS WITH YOUR NICHE
This is similar to guest blogging, but you can also share content with others in your niche and gain additional traffic.
Interviewing someone in your niche is a great way to start a conversation and then post it on your blog.
People will trust you more when they see that you have built relationships with people in your field.
4) CHOOSE A WRONG NICHE OR ONE THAT REALLY INTERESTS THEM
Bloggers fail online because they choose a niche with too little content or not enough people to market to. Or they pick a place that doesn’t interest them, but it seems like a good niche market to be in.
Picking a niche is essential. You need to ensure that it has enough content, people to market to and attract and that you don’t drift into another slot.
First, stick to one niche, make it profitable, and then move on.
Start your blog with a niche that you are familiar with. You will be fine.
As I’ve said before, passion is the best motivation to write about niches. Follow these tips to be successful!