Written by:2010/12/07 12:29 PM
It is estimated that there are 175 000 new blogs started every day. Yet you and I hardly hear of any of them. The sad thing is that most of those blogs never make it past three months. Why?
Well we could analyse them and come up with all sorts of reasons. Some appropriate and legitimate and some weird and outrageous. The point is that most blogs do not make it to beyond just a couple of months.
What kills a blog is the lack of traffic. It is the life blood of a blog. No traffic = blog dies. The question you need to ask, is what am I doing that is killing the traffic to my blog and in so doing killing my blog.
Here are 10 points you need to consider and rectify so that you do not kill your blog.
There are so many more issues that bloggers could be guilty of. To mention them all would be information overload. Address these few points first, then move on to the next.
Do you or have you made any of these mistakes? How has that impacted on your blog?
Do you have a real important point that I have missed? List your points in the comments below.
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