In order to write a strong blog post, as you already may know, it will take time, effort and planning. Blogging Made Simple helps you write in a way that compels your readers to take action. There are basically three goals you can have for a blog post end game, but ultimately you want your readers to take some form of action.
Why Do Some Of Us Feel The Need To Blog Everyday:
Some people believe that in order to be a successful blogger, you have to blog everyday. I remember when blogging first started, there were a lot of contests out there, like the Thirty Day Challenge, the thought behind it was to see who could write the most blog posts in thirty days. At the end of the thirty days, you would have thirty blog posts or more.
Seems like a good idea? Right!
Fast forward to 2020, there’s about two million or so blog posts being written each day, that’s a lot of content! So what does that tell you?
It tells you there’s a lot of blog posts out there, some good, some bad, and some that’s in the middle.
If you rush the blogging process, by trying to blog everyday, most of the time you will put out junk.
Now, think about this, with all of life’s circumstances that we have, most of us don’t have a lot of time to spare. There’s the jobs that we go to, there’s our families and friends who we’d like to spend time with.
Now, lets just say you got all your life business out of the way, how much time do you think you really have left? Most people only would have two to three hours a day to work on their business.
That’s because the majority of people who are building their business are building it on a part-time basis, so if you are trying to pump out a blog post every single day, most of your blog post will be poorly written and poorly organized.
Now, you might be thinking, hey Mark, having some type of blog post out there is better then having no blog post at all. I say “Not Necessarily“!
My point is, If you are continuously producing a bad blog post on a daily basis you will become known as the person who puts out bad content and your readers will come to know you as such a person.
So anytime they see your face or hear your name, it will remind them of the bad experience they had reading your material, and immediately because of that bad experience they will hit the back button on your site, and go away, even if it is good.
This is known as a Bad User Experience- (“They will not give you anymore of their time to waste!”)
There’s nothing wrong with taking the time to put out a blog post once a week or two to three times a month this ensures that your content is good, please don’t feel you have to always have a new blog everyday.
Because once it is out there, it takes time for your stuff to be seen by the majority of people who you want to see it.
These are the things you should know before you decide to write a blog post. I also think this helps satisfy why you don’t have to pump-out blog post after blog post, “Don’t be the type of person with the “Wrong Mindset” let me just crank out 5 blog post just because.
That’s not helping your audience, but it could be hurting your credibility.
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Here are my final thoughts:
There are two types of people in this world today, those who get mind building information and do nothing with it, than there are those who put what they have learned into action and get immediate results
“Which road would you choose, to get your results”?