These blogging tips will help you become a better blogger and make far fewer mistakes than me on your blogging journey.
Whether you a new blogger or a professional blogger, I’m sure that sometimes you regret some of the mistakes you’ve made during your blogging journey.
I’ve decided to create a list of mistakes that bloggers do to help you make better decisions in the future.
Stick To WordPress
There are many blogging platforms, but none as good as WordPress.
Because with WordPress.org, you’ll actually own and host your domain. You’ll have a lot more freedom and flexibility to do whatever you want with your blog, including monetisation and use third-party plugins.
Get Your Own Domain
Do it right from the beginning. It’s a game changer.
Do you see my domain?
A lot better than
Owing your domain is more professional and increases your chances of ranking on search engines.
I recommend SiteGround 100%.
Their services are affordable and reliable. Subscribe to one of the hosting plans to build your WordPress blog and have your own domain name.
Got any questions, contact me. I’ve been using them for many years.
Focus on Writing Good Quality Content
Who wants to read poor and irrelevant blog posts? Certainly not me.
Only Write About What You Believe In
When people ask me what I write about, I always say that I write about what matters to me. That’s an asset. It’s my USP (unique selling point). People that relate to me and have similar interests instantly connect and become frequent readers of my blog.
Make Sure Your Content Is Evergreen
Unless you run a news blog or write about celebrities, your content should be evergreen.
When you’re starting out, you shouldn’t worry about analytics.
Network & Collaborate With Other Bloggers
Networking with other bloggers will keep you motivated and eventually result in collaborating opportunities.
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