My blog needs some critique

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I just started to create my blog and i would really appreciate some feedback from you guys.

Does my blog make sense, Is my writing too promotional etc. Any and all critique will only make me better at blogging since i believe that a good blog can pay me for years to come so i want to do it right from the start.

Here is the link Perfect Network Marketing With Renegade University - and Mywirelessrep
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  • Profile picture of the author napoleonfirst
    Oh guy, you need more posts. Also get another theme for your blog. Monetize with Adsense or affiliate links.
  • Profile picture of the author jan roos
    Yeah I am posting every day on it. I've started this blog 3 weeks ago.Adsense is a good idea to add on it. I'm also gonna add a optin form on there. As far as changing the theme goes i think i'll need some more opinions on that one
    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      Change the theme. My first impression is that you're trying to sell me something. And, I had no idea there was more than one post, until I read your response to napoleonfirst.

      I'd guess too that you're trying to steer away any female readers. The brown stripes and the color scheme are so very masculine, I think you could be putting off female readers. If you insist on stripes, try something less busy.
  • Profile picture of the author jan roos
    Stripes is gone
  • Profile picture of the author Barry Plaskow

    make regular posts (important for the search engines).

    Don't just sell-give away your free tips-if they see value, they will trust your authority.

    Add video to give it more life.

    Create links and submit to forums to get powerful exposure.

    Get the right software that will automate the process for you with a good marketing plan and you will make sales.

    Best of luck!

    Barry Plaskow
    • Profile picture of the author Greg Cooksley
      Hey Jan,

      My first impression is that the theme is very dull and that the
      stripes in the header are visually disturbing....

      It's also blatantly obvious that you are "selling" rather than
      providing informative content....

      Hope that makes sense...



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