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13 Ways to Make Your Title Catchy + a List of Power Words

Why do you have to create a catchy title and why the title is so important? Imagine yourself a fisherman. Any copywriter will tell you that if you want to hook your reader you should think about a good bait. Everything is simple – your title is your bait and your today's supper depends on it. The truth is cruel - there is no set formula for creating a catchy title because if there was then everybody would do it, right? You have to know your audience primarily, and then know what makes a catchy title before you can make one. Here are the ingredients for a catchy title and a few power words you can splice in to give it some oomph. Happy fishing!

1- Deep researchers do not like catchy

You have to match your title to your target audience. You have to make sure that the people you are trying to attract are going to find your title catchy. People that are doing deep research are going to be put off by a typically catchy title. They are going to want descriptive and accurate titles.

2- Skim researchers want catchy and want numbers

The people that are quickly searching for a bit of trivia or a quick answer to a question are going to love catchy titles. They want a title that tickles their interest and that gives an indication it may answer their question. They do not mind a title that is a little more general and a little less concise.

3- Be descriptive and let people know what to expect

The key to getting more clicks is to be more descriptive. There is a trend at the moment where people feel they have to put numbers in their titles or feel that they have to give a vague reference to a payoff in order to get clicks, but people are sick of them and are usually very unresponsive to them. If you are descriptive, then you may scare away some people, but they are the people that are not interested in your products, services, website, network or you. The people that do click are the ones that are more likely to engage with your content.

4- Stir the imagination without leading people on

Do not be vague, but do allow people to ponder on your title before they click the link to your page. You can say that a woman awoke from her coma after two years, or you can say that a woman awakes from her coma and finally becomes lucid. This stirs the imagination and makes the reader wonder what she was like before she became lucid.

5- Pick a selling point and play it in the title

Your selling point is the main use of your article or post. If you are writing a descriptive that, as you should, then playing on your selling point is a great idea. For example, if your article is a picture post on broken-glass structures, then that is what you would write within the title (to be descriptive), but you can play on your selling point by add something such as, “that you have never seen before.” Adding that selling point is honest and descriptive, whilst also plays on the selling point that your pictures haven’t been seen before.

6- Stay away from enticing but non-descriptive titles

There are hundreds of thousands (probably millions) of these all over the Internet and they are annoying. They say things such as, “This 53 year old woman has the skin of a 20yr old” or “Nobody thought this would work,” or “Even a kid can make money doing this.” It is true that young, gullible, and easy-to-impress people are going to click links with these sorts of titles, but most people will not.

7- Link it to trends

Do not misunderstand this tip. This doesn’t mean hop on the trend people have set up where they have to have odd numbers in their titles, or the trend of vague but enticing titles. It msn hop on the trends that will elevate the impact of your title when people read it. For example, the trailer to Fast & Furious 7 was all over YouTube. In the 5 seconds before the advert may be clicked off, the trailer says, “I live my life at a quarter of a mile at a time.” People that had similar (albeit funny parodies) lines in their titles did very well around this time. For example, movie reviews said, “I watched this movie a quarter of a yawn per minute.”

8- Make it rhyme if you want people to repeat it

If you want people to quote your title, then make it rhyme. For some reason, people are more willing to remember and repeat article titles that rhyme.

9- Stop listening to trends

The Internet is full of articles saying you should have a number in your title if you want people to visit your website and read your article, but the fact is that people do not care. It is one of those occasions where the market has led the metric. The consumers do not click more titles with numbers in because they like them, they click them before more have sprung up than ever before. Do not listen to trends. Only use them opportunistically whenever you think it will benefit or impress your target audience.

10- Try to excite people more than you try to scare them

Trying to scare people with dramatic lines and scary fact will just bore people. People in the USA hear such things on the news so often that they are sick of fear. They already live in perpetual fear and will therefore not seek it out. People in Canada do not lock their doors, and people on the TV talk about conversations to resolve conflicts. People in the USA hear something terrifying every time they switch on the TV or a streaming device, so they will veer away from scary posts that threaten their lives or their happiness.

11- Don’t use over-used words

There are a lot of overused words--too many to post here. Nevertheless, try your best to avoid some of the most overused words in the article and blogging world. Here are a few examples of words that are overused in article titles.









12- Don’t be afraid of being creative

The key to being creative and successful is to measure your results. Be creative by all means, but every time you are, you have to measure the results. Your creativity may open up a whole new paradigm in title creation, or it may start the next trend. The only way you are going to see a genuine benefit from experimenting and being creative is to measure your results and learn from them. Pay close attention to your analytics and measure your click-through rates.

13- Use power words if you want to make an impact

Remember that power words and phrases are only powerful for a limited amount of time and are guided by trends. For example, the term, “Coursing through my veins” used to be powerful, but is now cliché, pretentious and annoying. The same thing can happen with power words, especially if you overuse them, so pick and choose them carefully. Here is a list of currently popular power words. Click here to download the list.

About Author

Jessica Millis, or just Jess. She is a writer, freelance editor and even a memoir ghostwriter ( shh! ), in some way. Also Jessica works at EssayMama online writing agency as an essay writing consultant. Can be connected through Twitter and Google+.

How to Write Great and Catchy Content/Blog Posts

As a professional blogger, you might be wondering how to write great and catchy content; well in this article you will learn how to be creative in writing catchy content. No matter the kind of business you engage in, you will need to gain new skills in the area of writing for you to be able to write great and catchy content. If you want to promote your business through network marketing, you will need to improve your writing skills as it will serve as one of the most important tool you will use for promoting your business.
How to Write Great and Catchy Content/Blog Posts
Although being creative in writing catchy contents for blogs might seem a little bit difficult, you can start by writing down things as you say them. If you start with this step, in a little while you will gain more experience and you will become perfect.

Things to Remember

There are certain tips you need to put at the back of your mind if you want to learn how to write great and catchy contents like: editing what you’ve written, breaking the text into readable paragraphs, make sensible sentences and get rid of repeated statements, always give your article a catchy title and structure your content so that it flows along with what the reader has in mind.

How to Engage your Visitors?

As a writer, you would want your readers to stay engaged while reading your article so you should not make a paragraph so long that the reader would lose interest in finding out the content of that paragraph. Many readers have the tendency to ramble through your article so you have to be careful so as not to give your reader the idea that you are not grammatically conscious.
How to Write Great and Catchy Content/Blog Posts
The main idea of writing catchy content is to get your readers to understand the point you are trying to make and if after going through your article and they could not get the picture of what you are trying to say, you have wasted your entire effort on that article.

Choose the Right Headline

How to Write Great and Catchy Content/Blog Posts
One important thing to note is to always carry out a research on the right headline to use that will catch the attention of your reader. Make sure you follow the due procedure by introducing them to the topic (preview), giving them the main idea and summarizing all you discussed towards the end of the article.

Make your Content Mistake Free

It is also advisable to do a spelling and grammar check before putting up your blog so that your readers will know that you have an idea of what you are doing. Writing is fun but with more practice you will learn how to write great and catchy contents that will capture your reader’s attention.

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How to Become a Professional Blogger and Be Your Own Boss

Hello Bloggers, sorry for not updating Blogolect in the last month. Today I hardly managed my time to update this blog and I just have hired some professional writers who will write on this blog. Let's come to the point. The topic we're going to discuss today is How to Become a Professional Blogger and be your Own Boss.
How to Become a Professional Blogger and Be Your Own Boss
A professional blogger is someone who makes blogging his full time job so if you want to learn how to be a professional blogger and be your own boss, this article is for you. Using your God-given gift wisely to serve mankind is a very good idea most especially if you are very good at blogging. Blogging entails writing and if you are very good at writing you can make it professional by becoming a professional blogger. The most important thing is that you have to be passionate about the job if you want to be a successful blogger.

Why to Choose Blogging?

How to Become a Professional Blogger and Be Your Own Boss
There are many reasons why professional blogging is beneficial one of which is marketing. Many people use blogs to market their products so as a professional blogger, you stand to gain a lot if your blogs are unique. In the long run, your blogs will gain popularity and big business owners will start contacting you to write about their products. Subsequently, you will be your own boss and earn a lot on blogging.

How to Become a Professional Blogger

In order to become a professional blogger, you can start by writing for firms at a low payment rate. When you become perfect, you can start increasing your charge rates and before you know it you will be the one choosing the firm you want to blog for. The most important thing is for you to gain experience in blogging before taking it as a profession. If you are a young blogger, it will be advisable for you to blog frequently so as to become perfect. You can then start blogging as your professional work and be your own boss.
How to Become a Professional Blogger and Be Your Own Boss
Being a professional blogger doesn’t just start in a day, you can start by: Being eager to learn more and staying motivated. Remember that blogging is not an easy task and it will take you time before you become perfect so you should spend more time in practicing so as to become perfect.
You can also gather information from someone who has enough experience in blogging. In other words, you should have a coach who will put you through the right paths to take concerning becoming a professional blogger.

Things Required to Become a Pro Blogger

Although writing is a talent, you can improve your skills by joining websites that will teach you about professional blogging. Continuous practice will also make you become a professional blogger so it is advisable for you to keep practicing. You can also get CDs that will help you in perfecting your profession as a professional blogger. This way, you will be able to be a professional blogger and also be a boss of your own.
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12 Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post - Infographic

Yesterday we shared An Ultimate Guide to Increase your Website Traffic in 2015. Today, again we're going to share an article to boost your website traffic. Okay, you've just finished writing a new blog post. You're excited to share another great post on your blog. But you know what? Sometimes great content also gets unnoticed because of some simple but major mistakes.
Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post
You've just finished writing a new blog post? What would you do next? Hit Publish and start writing the next post! But wait you did it all wrong. Sometimes you spend hours and hours writing a great new post, you put a lot of effort into polishing the post up to look its best, and read and reread it many times to make sure everything is just right. But it gets unnoticed and you receive just a few visits. This happens because you're making some major mistakes while publishing/writing your new post and that's what we are going to talk about today. Today, we're going to share an infographic created by Divvyhq on 12 Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post. Hope you find it useful.

12 Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post - Infographic

12 Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post

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We hope this article would help you in optimizing your nest post and in increasing your website traffic. Do share your thoughts about this infographic in the comments section below and don't forget to share it with your friends.

An Ultimate Guide to Increase your Website Traffic in 2015

What do you think that you'll publish a post on your blog and the comments and shares will start rolling in? No, you're wrong. Increasing website traffic has always been a major problem for Bloggers. Writing quality content is not enough. You've to spread the word all over the world. Without readers, a website is nothing. No matter how good and informative post you've published on your blog, if it isn't seen by readers. And the only way to get our posts read by people is to promote it everywhere you can. Recently, we shared some articles on increasing your website traffic and we got good response from our readers, so today again, we're going to share some proven strategies for increasing your website traffic. Here's An Ultimate Guide to Increase your Website Traffic in 2015.
An Ultimate Guide to Increase your Website Traffic in 2015

Be Social - Promote your Each Blog Post on Social Media

The Social Media Usage is increasing every year. Social media usage has increased in 2014, as compared to 2013 . People are using social media for both business and personal usage. Let's take an example of Facebook there are billions of active users on Facebook. So, if you share your website posts on Facebook, I think it would be great for you. Uh! I know what you're thinking now, that How is it possible to reach all those billions of people? It's impossible, I know. But there are hundreds of Facebook group having millions of members. So, just join those groups and share your posts on daily basis. You can get those groups by using Google.

Related: 8 Effective Ways to Generate Massive Traffic from Facebook

But remember, social media isn’t all about posting content, it’s more about engagement.  So, do post your content, Post Questions, Ask opinions, Do surveys and take the full benefit of social media.

Share More than Once a Day

Many of us have the mentality of sharing once and done. But that's not the right way. You publish a post, and share it just once, so what about those people who missed your post? Some people log in to their account daily, some people after 1-2 days, while some people on a weekly basis. So what about those people? That's why you should post more than once a day.

Okay consider you Publish one post on your website daily. After sharing that post on your social accounts, share your previous post after 5-6 hours and keep sharing your posts after a certain interval. Here's a simple Time Table for you:

You Published a Post Today! Share it --> Share it again after 2 days >> Share it again after a week and then share the same post after a Month.

But remember, don't get crazy about sharing. Yes, that's right! Don't behave like lazy people by sharing 15-20 times a day. The best way is to share 3-5 times a day and keep your followers busy. Enough said!

Extra Tip:
Share the same post more than once with different Unique and Catchy headlines. Share it with a quote, its title or write an interesting headline.

Participate in Communities Related to you Niche

Here's another killer tip to boost your traffic. Engaging with other bloggers is a great way to boost your traffic. Its a proven strategy and it helped me a lot in increasing my website traffic.

Also Read: Top 6 Blogging Communities to Promote your Blog

Lets take an example, you're a designer and imagine what would happen if hundreds of designers meet at one place? Obviously they will share their ideas and bla bla bla. Same in the case of blogging, if you join a blogging community, you'll meet other bloggers and all of you share your posts. In this way they'll visit your blog and its impossible that you wouldn't find some interesting posts written by other blogger.

Also Read: Boost your Blog Traffic and Authority with ViralContentBuzz

In this way, you can boost your traffic and engage with other bloggers. And thankfully, you don't need to spend a dime to figure out where a large portion of your audience can be found on the web. So participate in communities related yo your niche, engage with other bloggers and increase your website traffic.

Guest Posting

What is Guest Posting? Simply, guest posting is to write an article and submit it to a website that accept guest posts. If your post gets accepted, they'll publish your article on their website and in return you'll a backlink to your blog. Simple. Right!

Also Read: 7 Ways to Increase your Blog Traffic

Guest posting is one of the best ways for increasing your website traffic. Guest posting doesn't only help you in increasing your website traffic, it also sends you external links from those sites, and the more links your site gets, the better it will appear in search engine results.

From Editors Desk

There are thousands of ways for increasing your website traffic. We just shared some important and effective ways in this post. A part of all above methods, focus on your content, write quality content and don't forget SEO.

What you think about the above methods? Let us know in the comments.

101 Ways to Increase Your Website Traffic

Creating a blog is easy, but creating a successful blog is hard. What makes a blog successful? Obviously Traffic! But the problem is how to increase your website traffic. Lack of website traffic is one of the most common problems of bloggers. Traffic is the only thing where it all starts. No traffic means Nothing. There is no huge secret in increasing your website traffic. It all comes to passion, patience, hardwork, quality content and most important, the 101 Ways that we're going to share today.
101 Ways to Increase Your Website Traffic
So, if you just created a blog or you're struggling to increase your traffic then this article is going to be a great resource for you. There are thousand of ways that you can use for generating traffic.

Don't Forget to Read:

In this article, I am going to share 101 ways for increasing your website traffic. I hope you find it useful.

Get Social

  1-  Share your Posts on Facebook
  2-  Create a Facebook Page for your Blog
  3-  Link your Blog on your Page and Share your blog posts on your Facebook page
  4-  Tweet your Posts - Tweet your posts when you publish them on your Blog
  5-  Join Facebook Groups - Join Facebook Groups related to your niche
  6-  Create your Own Facebook Group
  7-  Share your Posts on Google Plus
  8-  Share your Posts on Triberr
  9-  Join Google Plus communities and share your posts
  10-  Comment on other Blogs
  11-  Join Reddit and Share your Posts on Reddit
  12-  Submit your Blog Posts to StumbleUpon
  13-  Build an Email Subscriber List
  14-  Add Social Sharing buttons to your Blog
  15-  Let your Visitors easily share your Blog Posts
  16-  Join Blogging Communities - Top Blogging Communities
  17-  Submit your Posts to Blogging Communities and interact with other bloggers
  18-  Sign up for feedburner
  19-  Add RSS Feed button to your Blog
  20-  Reply to Comments on your Blog
  21-  Reply to all emails you receive
  22-  Join LinkedIn and link to your Blog
  23-  Share your Content on LinkedIn
  24-  Join Pinterest and Add your blog to your profile
  25-  Pin images of other websites
  26-  Interact with your Readers
  27-  Join Digg - Create a Digg account and submit your posts to Digg
  28-  Collaborate with other Bloggers

Content is King

  29-  Write interesting and catchy Headlines/Post Titles
  30-  Write Quality Content
  31-  Improve your Writing Skills
  32-  Post Consistently
  33-  Include images in your Posts
  34-  Add a Pinterest Pin button to Images
  35-  Create a Top 10 Posts List
  36-  Create a Top 100 Posts List
  37-  Use Link Building strategies to Boost your Traffic
  38-  Avoid Grammar Mistakes
  39-  Write like Professionals
  40-  Publish Guest Posts
  41-  Submit Content to Article Directories
  42-  Start Guest Blogging - Write articles and submit them on other top websites
  43-  Improve your Posts SEO
  44-  Write about trending topics
  45-  Optimize your Existing Posts

SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

  46-  Make your Blog SEO Friendly
  47-  Use keywords in your Post Title
  48-  Make Use of Trackbacks
  49-  Search for Keywords using Google Keyword Planner
  50-  Use Long Tail keywords
  51-  Include Post tags
  52-  Optimize Permalinks
  53-  Optimize your Robots.txt file
  54-  Add Alt Text and Title Text to Images
  55-  Improve your Site Speed
  56-  Interlink your Blog Posts
  57-  Install SEO Plugins
  58-  Write unique Meta Descriptions
  59-  Use Headings (h1, h2, h3 h4 tags)
  60-  Submit your Blog to Google Webmasters
  61-  Submit your Blog to Bing tools
  62-  Submit your Sitemap to Google and Bing
  63-  Publish articles with Infographics - Infographics

Blog Design

  64-  Choose a Unique Template for your Blog
  65-  Optimize your Template
  66-  Make your Blog Navigation Easy
  67-  Add widgets like Popular Posts, Most Commented Posts etc.
  68-  Add Related Posts widget to your Blog
  69-  Add Social Sharing buttons to your Blog
  70-  Make your Template Responsive
  71-  Optimize your blog for Mobile Devices
  72-  Add a Search Box to your Blog

Paid Methods

  73-  Google Adwords
  74-  Direct Advertising
  75-  Facebook Ads
  76-  Banner Advertising
  77-  Sponsored Reviews

Other Miscellaneous Ways

  78-  Add your Blog to Alltop
  79-  Yahoo Answers - Answer questions on yahoo answers related to your niche
  80-  Quora Answers - Answer questions on Quora
  81-  Add your Blog to Technorati
  82-  Add your Blog to top directories
  83-  Ping your Website after Publishing a Post
  84-  Add a Sitemap to your Blog
  85-  Create a FAQ Page
  86-  Interview other Bloggers
  87-  Create a Series of Posts
  88-  Create a separate Contact and About Page
  89-  Write an impressive About Us page
  90-  Increase conversion rates
  91-  Decrease your Bounce rate by creating a special Landing Page
  92-  Run Giveaways
  93-  Organize Competitions
  94-  Join Online Forums
  95-  Create a Forum on your Website
  96-  Install Google Analytics and keep an eye on your Traffic
  97-  Link to your Blog in your email signature
  98-  Use Bookmarking Websites like Delicious
  99-  Tell your Friends about your Blog
  100-  Ask your Friends to Promote your Posts
  101- Ask your Friends to Share your blog link on their Profiles

Final Words

There are thousands of methods for increasing your Blog traffic. We just shared some of them. Remember, If you want to achieve something then you've to do hardwork. Same is the case with blogging, to make your blog successful, do hardwork, be passionate and determined, write killer content, share it everywhere you can, focus on your blog SEO and don't give up.

If you’ve got your own tips for increasing traffic, I’d love to hear them.
What’s your favorite technique for increasing traffic? Let us know in the comments section below.

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5 Reasons You'll Quit Blogging Within 3 Months

In a recent study about 80-90% bloggers quit blogging in first 2-4 months. Now a days starting a blog is child's play. You can start your blog with just few clicks but taking it to the next level is not easy. 90% of bloggers start their blog for money, thinking that the blogging is the easiest way of making money.
5 Reasons You'll Quit Blogging Within 3 Months
People get motivated by reading others success stories that they are getting thousand of dollars monthly from their blogs. After reading their stories people think that blogging is the easiest way of making money. But they don't know that Blogging is not a simple job. Actually blogging is a form of art. If you want to start a successful career in blogging then its important that first you learn its basics.

So, today in this article we'll discuss 5 reasons, why you'll quit blogging within 3 months.

1- Looking for Quick Money

About 80% people start blogging for money and 60% of them are students. You think that blogging is the easiest way for making money but that's not true. You are only motivated by money. I don't say that it's impossible to make money blogging but you have to work very hard.

However, just like any other Business, blogging also requires a lot of hard work and time, which most bloggers don’t understand. They get motivated by reading others success stories. After writing content for 2-3 months, they get disappointed that they're not getting money and they Quit Blogging.

Tip:  Getting money from blogging is not easy and its also not impossible. So if you want to become a successful blogger then work hard and never give up.

2- Passionless

It needs passion to do every work. You started blogging for money and you're not passionate. You're writing on topics in which you're interested. If you're writing on topics in which you're not interested then I guarantee that you'll quit within the first 3 months of blogging.

So, don't be passionless, write on those topics in which you're interested, do hardwork and once again never give up.

"Never give up. And most importantly, be true to yourself. Write from your heart, in your own voice, and about what you believe in" - Louise Brown

3- Lack of Knowledge

Most of the people think that there is no knowledge required for blogging. They think that starting a blog is easy, yes it is: You can start a blog with just a few clicks, but taking it to the next level and getting traffic isn't easy.

Without knowledge, nothing is possible and without knowing the hurdles associated with blogging, making a blog successful is impossible. Most of the bloggers start their blogging career without any real knowledge about it and they end up doing nothing.

Tip: So if you want to start a successful career in blogging then first of all learn its basics >> start your blog and share what you've learned in your own style.

4- Wrong Niche

Mostly, people choose a blogging niche associated with lots of money instead of their interest or hobby. They don't have enough knowledge about that niche. They think they would somehow be able to add lots of quality content to their blog, but they're wrong. Due to lack of knowledge they start copying and rewriting articles from other blogs. When they realize that they're in wrong niche, they quit.

Tip: Choose a niche in which you're interested and you've knowledge about it. If you've knowledge about your niche, only then you'll be able to write quality content.

5- Giving Up Too Quickly

This is the biggest reason why bloggers quit blogging. Most of the bloggers are too much fed up in the first 2 months that they finally come to a point that I Quit. They write 40-50 posts in the first 1-2 months and when they see that their traffic is not increasing they Quit.

Its impossible to get thousands of daily visitors in just one month. You can't make a blog successful by just writing 1 or 4 posts daily, but you also have to promote them to different networks like Facebook, Google Plus, Reddit etc.

At last I would say that never give up. Do hardwork, write quality content, from your first day of blogging write like professionals and improve your writing skills.

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18 Reasons Why Newbie Bloggers Quit Blogging

Thousands of blogs are created everyday but only a few succeed and the rest fails. Have you ever wondered that why most of the bloggers fails at blogging. About 90% of bloggers quit blogging in the first 6 months.

Why does this happen? Why do newbie bloggers fail in taking their blog to the next level? Mostly newbies start blogging for making money. They think that blogging is the easiest way of making money, but they're wrong.
18 Reasons Why Newbie Bloggers Quit Blogging
Starting a blog is easy, with services like Blogger, Wordpress etc. you can start your own blog within 3-4 minutes but getting traffic/visitors to your blog and taking it to success requires lots of hardwork, writing skills and a great deal of time. Another major problem of newbies is that they want to make thousands of dollars within 2-3 months. Newbies get motivated by reading others success stories and they start blogging without knowing the fact that how much time and effort it takes to make a blog successful.

Why Newbies fails and quit blogging within a span of 3-6 months? Here are some of the most common reasons why newbies fail:

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18 Reasons Why Newbie Bloggers Quit Blogging

1- Impatience - Blogging takes time and patience. Its not possible to get 1,000,000 traffic in just 2 months.

2- Lack of Motivation - You're not motivated.

3- Lack of Interest - People think that blogging is a kids play but they're wrong. You can start a blog with just a few clicks but getting traffic is the worst part.

4- Passionless - It needs passion to do every work. Newbies do blogging just for money, they're not passionate. And when they are unable to get success they quit Blogging.

5- Wrong Niche - Many newbies fail because they choose a niche which is associated with lots of money, instead of their interests or hobby. They don't have enough knowledge about their niche, which leads them to failure.

6- Running too many Blogs - Mostly, newbies create too many blogs, tech blog, design blog, personal blog bla bla bla. Running too many blogs once is really hard and requires a great deal of time, so they get bored of it and quit blogging.

7- Looking for Quick Money - Newbies think that blogging is the easiest way for making money. They get motivated by reading others success stories. Newbies don't understand that blogging is not a kids play, like all other business, blogging also requires time, experience and hardwork.

8- Not having Good Topics - While starting a blog people think that writing and publishing posts is easy, and they would somehow be able to add lots of quality content to their blog. They do research for finding content but after 3-4 months they become frustrated and at last BYE BYE BLOGGING :(

9- Blog Promotion - Newbies only focus on publishing posts on daily basis, not on promoting their posts. Without promotion getting traffic is impossible.

10- Lack of Time - Blogging requires a great deal of time, but newbies are unaware, they think that they can write unique and quality content in just 10-20 minutes. As a result --> They write Poor Content >> Zero Traffic >> Okay I Quit.

11 - Lack of Writing Skills - Newbies just write articles and publish them daily but they never pay attention to their writing skills. After a few months they realize it and quit blogging thinking that only writers can do blogging.

12- I'm the King - Thinking that blogging is just about publishing content, newbies only focus on publishing articles. They think that learning is a waste of time so they use the Copy-Paste formula and lost their traffic.

13- Giving Up Too Quickly - The biggest reason why newbies fail is that they give up quickly within a span of 2-4 months.

14- Giving more Attention to Stats - Instead of focusing on their goals newbies pay more attention to their pageviews and worry about it.

15- No Keyword Research - Newbies do a big mistake of writing posts without keyword research. Writing posts without proper keyword research, decreases the chances of your blog appearance in the search results.

16- SEO Problem - SEO is important for getting higher ranking in search results but newbies don't pay attention to it.

18- Terrible Blog Design - Design is another issue, newbies design their blog poorly. Imagine if you land on a poorly designed blog, would you like to surf it? Probably not. So, if your blog is poorly designed then other people will do the same.


My advice to new bloggers is that, do hardwork and never give up. If you want to become a professional blogger then you should avoid these mistakes. Blogging is not easy, it requires lots of time, hardwork, passion and skills too. Choose the topic in which you're interested. Before you start your career in blogging, learn its basics. From your first day of blogging write like professionals and improve your writing skills.

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