Nov 19, 2017

The 20 Biggest Mistakes Professionals Made With Their Blogs

The 20 Biggest Mistakes Professionals Made With Their Blogs

Are you getting results from your running business blog? Is it getting tougher for you to spend time on your blog because you're just not seeing how it is going to pay off? If so, keep in mind you're not alone. thousands of blogs are started in each single day and many of them are unrestrained after several months why? because it usually takes a lot of time and energy to keep a decent business blog going. With no mistake, blogs are basic tool for building community, interacting with likely customers, and promotion your facilities. And, it's not enough to set one up and post infrequently. You have to use it efficiently to drive huge of traffic and gain audience.


We've exposed numerous common mistakes professionals make with their blogs. Mostly, they aren't using some the structures available to them with their blogging software, because it hasn't been appropriately clarified. Eyes glaze over with the mention of RSS, pinging, trackbacks and permalinks. Professionals may be ignoring these things, hoping they don't really need to know. But they do if they want results from their business blog.
Here's a list of some what we just found on a current trip around the professional business blogosphere:



Blog Content:
     1.      Not posting content frequently enough. (Recommended: 3-4 times a week.)
     2.      Content is not concentrated, and the target viewers is not obviously defined.
     3.      Posting some articles that are too much long, instead of using extended post features.
     4.      Not linking freely (because the professional isn't investigating their field on the internet).
     5.      Poor spellings, bad grammar and mistakes.
     6.      Repeating what has been writing for past three (3) years


Blog Design:
      7.      No author name in tag line or on side bar of the blog.
      8.      Unavailable of author picture
      9.      Using blog url that is too blog and hard to remember
      10. No contact or about page
      11. Absent of signature or name in the footer; no way to tell who wrote post on a multi-author site.
       12.  No subscription form; no technique to get blog updates through RSS or email.
       13.  No available way for readers to drop comments and use trackbacks.
      14. Too many of categories or none at all.
       15.  No relevant information about their running business services and products.
      16. Calendars for no reason at all (what is the point of those calendars anyway?).


Marketing:
      17. Blog isn't submitted to blog directories.
      18. Not pinging each period when a new post is published.
     19. Not using trackbacks referring or linking to other blogs the just belief and link with their own post.
      20. Absent blogroll at all or list of favorite blogs or websites.

If you're considering using a blog to build your running business, optimize it by taking time to learn the features, basics and steps that will ensure success. A blog is like any other marketing tool you have got to use it correctly to get confident results.


Here are a couple of suggestions:

     1.      Use a premium theme for your blog make it look professional and also make sure you provide blogroll, popular post and categories for easier navigation.
       2.      Always post regularly to feed your viewers need.
     3.      Get an eBook make sure you take your time to learn the basics and also look more information about your blog software or hosting provider.

       4.      Hire a good professional blog expert to teach you on how to turn up your blog.

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Hey! I’m Muhammad Abba Gana, popularly known as AbbaGana, a blog Scientist by mind and a passionate blogger by heart fountainhead of Guidetricks, Duniyan Fasaha, Duniyar Yau, Hanyantsirah, Gidan Novels, Abba Gana Novels and Be With Me Technology, I am twenty something year old guy from Jimeta, Adamawa State, Nigeria. I’m a Freelance writer, Information marketer, professional blogger, Web designer, Internet speaker, software Developer and also an author. I make living with my laptop and can work from anywhere I find myself (as long as there is a power supply and a reliable internet connection). 

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