New Bloggers make mistakes?

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Maximum new bloggers make some common mistakes such as...
1. Wrong Niche choosing
2. Black Hat SEO
3. Lacking of content marketing knowledge
4. Lacking of Patience
5. Create Spam
6. Lacking of A-Z blogging knowledge
it's the best practice to continue blogging minimum 2 years to get proper results.

[Don't quit, quitter never win]

Happy Blogging
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  • Profile picture of the author tuhinbd1976
    Originally Posted by mrhmamun View Post

    Maximum new bloggers make some common mistake such in bellow.
    1. Wrong Niche choosing
    2. Black Hat SEO
    3. Lack of content marketing knowledge
    4. Lack of Patience
    5. Lack of A-Z blogging knowledge
    it's the best practice to continue blogging minimum 2 years to get proper results.
    [Don't quit, quitter never win]
    Happy Blogging
    Its a good idea. I am really agree with you. Everything you mentioned here accurate. Finally I would like to tell most of the blogger fail to reach their destination due to proper knowledge. Thanks for sharing your valuable idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author hammadsaeed
    Originally Posted by mrhmamun View Post

    4. Lacking of Patience
    This is what, none can do
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  • Profile picture of the author mysteryleaves
    The best way for bloggers is to look into it in depth and check out as much infomation as possible
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  • Profile picture of the author mirko76
    I always thought my English is quite reasonable but i'm seriously confused with this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author GelidMind
    Yes you should definitely be patient when it comes to blogging. Consistency is important. And definitely having a plan and working that plan. There are going to be ups and downs, but quitting should never be an option.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    Throw in a lack of original content as no. 7. I think those who blog for the specific purpose of monetization (i.e. AdSense) make this mistake the most.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Niche Man
      To expand on number one. (1. Wrong Niche choosing)

      Many people not only choose the wrong niche. But they don't narrow their niche enough. Perhaps for fear they'll either run out of things to write about or lose too many potential viewers.

      On the contrary in many cases:
      If you're content is focused, unique and engaging enough you'll increase your chance of not only getting more readers - but more loyal readers. Why? Because your information goes where no (or few) others have gone. Google loves that too!
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    How else are you suppose to learn? So many people try to be perfect right out the gate. Sometimes you have to fire and then aim!

    What is your goal that you are using blogging for?

    Quality content to gain readership and trust!
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Gilbert
    Originally Posted by mrhmamun View Post

    Maximum new bloggers make some common mistakes such as...
    1. Wrong Niche choosing
    2. Black Hat SEO
    3. Lacking of content marketing knowledge
    4. Lacking of Patience
    5. Create Spam
    6. Lacking of A-Z blogging knowledge
    it's the best practice to continue blogging minimum 2 years to get proper results.

    [Don't quit, quitter never win]

    Happy Blogging

    Most folks think they'll write their first 10 blog post and start making money online. I've been there and I know exactly how it feels.

    I never used Black Hat SEO and won't advice anyone to do so, I spend my time building backlinks on authority blogs.

    Oh yea...Without content marketing, your blog is going nowhere and remember "Content is King"

    Patience is a Virtue, I almost quit when I started but decided to seek help and work with pro, this help me to make my first few thousands from my blog.

    There are tons of them but I hope this helps the newbies and keep them going
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    You might want to add another MISTAKE to your list: publishing stuff their target audience members MAY NOT be interested in.

    Success tip: Focus on REVERSE ENGINEERING your competition to produce content that has a PROVEN demand volume.
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  • Profile picture of the author kkummerer
    I think a majority of new bloggers are looking to make easy money and want to make it fast. What they don't realize is blogging is a business and in business you need to solve a problem for your readers. If you don't solve problems for your readers, then you will have no business. So for new bloggers ask yourself these questions before you start.

    What problems exist in the niche I want to get into?
    How can I solve those problems for my readers with a product or service?
    Once you answer those questions develop a blog around solving that problem by posting content for your readers to help them with their issue.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Niche Man
      Originally Posted by kkummerer View Post

      I think a majority of new bloggers are looking to make easy money and want to make it fast. What they don't realize is blogging is a business and in business you need to solve a problem for your readers. If you don't solve problems for your readers, then you will have no business. So for new bloggers ask yourself these questions before you start.

      What problems exist in the niche I want to get into?
      How can I solve those problems for my readers with a product or service?
      Once you answer those questions develop a blog around solving that problem by posting content for your readers to help them with their issue.
      Be careful you made it so simple, straight forward and direct many people may miss it, down play it or poo, ppo it. Maybe you should have at least made it sound more complicated or threw in some big fancy words .
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      • Profile picture of the author uktrader
        Another one is lack of focus. Trying to chase multiple things (blogs, niches) at the same time. Starting new projects before the existing one starts to show results. While most of the big successful websites or blogs have multiple people working on one site, many new bloggers want to have one person (themselves) running multiple sites. This is against the exponential (winner takes all) nature of today's economy.

        But I must admit I am also guilty of this mistake and I'm not new. If I had worked all those years on just one project, I'm sure I'd have made much more money. But it's hard to push the delete button on your small/unsuccessful sites when you remember all the work you've put in, so you end up with quite a few "zombie" sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by mrhmamun View Post

    Maximum new bloggers make some common mistakes such as...
    1. Wrong Niche choosing
    2. Black Hat SEO
    3. Lacking of content marketing knowledge
    4. Lacking of Patience
    5. Create Spam
    6. Lacking of A-Z blogging knowledge
    it's the best practice to continue blogging minimum 2 years to get proper results.

    [Don't quit, quitter never win]

    Happy Blogging
    Giving up too early
    Not having unique content
    Not posting enough

    These are just a few of additions imo
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  • Profile picture of the author Xochitl Shat
    Yes, your information is right. May it helps those newbie. A very effective way of promoting your blog is through email marketing. But lots of newbie don't do this.
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