INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Beginner Blogger Mistakes to Avoid
When blogging first started, it served as an online journal or diary to users. As years passed by, marketers saw blogs as promising platforms to reach more people and make their brand, products, and services known. While there are still bloggers who write about intimate, day-to-day stuff on their blogs, you would now find several blogs for companies and affiliate marketers.
If you love writing and sharing information, blogging is a fantastic way to do what you love and at the same time have the chance to earn money. The latter part may not happen in an instant, but it doesn’t mean it’s impossible because there are many bloggers who do this as their full-time career. It could really and truly potentially pay your bills, as well as a few vacations and your retirement as well. But even if it doesn’t get to that point, having a blog can be immensely meaningful and fulfilling, which is a valuable payoff in itself.
If you really want to take blogging seriously, you have to consider a lot of things, including the topics that you would be writing about and regular updates on your content. Simply put, you have to be able to come up with the content: which requires a reasonable command of the language that you will publish your blog in, enough knowledge (or desire for it) as fodder for your posts in the foreseeable future. It is also advisable that you arm yourself with the knowledge of the areas where neophyte bloggers typically find themselves stumbling. While this doesn’t guarantee that you won’t slip up at all, it could help you avoid the slip-ups that you already know about, because you have the power to keep them from happening.
Here’s an infographic that lists some of the mistakes that other neophyte bloggers made. Learn it. Remember it.