Today, we’ll go over some of the dumb mistakes that the biggest names and biggest businesses make that will leave them in a hole. We’re not talking about the mistakes of the big names here. We’re talking about mistakes of the small players who could have some big time advantages. Here are nine dumb mistakes to steer clear of: 1. Creating a blog post that’s too short. The first rule of blogging is you want to get your blog read.
Most people will stop at around 5 to 7K words in length. The next best thing is to include the most relevant info so that you make this point and leave at least 1-2 key points to leave you wondering and want more. 1. You don’t have enough content. To produce quality content we need to have relevant, engaging content and not just a collection of random information that the reader could throw away. 2. You forgot your title.
We never want to be known as the content site, we want to be the publisher. We can produce quality content but make it relevant to our audience. The best way to do this is to create a headline for each post, and to link back to the top of the post. We want people to click back to your blog, as soon as they land here. 3. You put your keywords too low in the headline.
A very well written post that clearly highlights the most interesting part of your post. “My new favorite exercise”, or “I used the new weight loss program I tried today” (forgive me for sounding like a geek, but I think we can work it out). 4. You have the wrong information in your post. In today’s day and age, we don’t have to have 100% accuracy in all of our posts.
The power of creativity in your life. Inspiration is everywhere we turn today. In today’s information age, most information is written without any knowledge of the subject matter. Inspiration is everywhere. We are inspired to accomplish a purpose in our daily life. We can no longer say we read a single thought, the internet was just created. So the power to inspire us, come up with your own creative solution or the solution to a problem will come at you.
What does the author mean. What in your mind? Old blog: I think the author meant that the person who can be a successful person, no matter what kind of person that you are.I don’t know what the author was trying to say but, I did read this post in full.