7 Deadly Sins of Blog Post Writing

This blog post from Jeff Bullas’s site is one of the best I’ve read at explaining what is frequently done wrong in terms of blog posts. I love reading Jeff’s blog – it is informative but not overly technical. A good addition to your list of resource blogs. Enjoy!

In the realm of writing, one could easily confirm that blogging is more of a science than an art. Great content is key to any great blog, but if that’s the only thing you have to offer, then your blog isn’t likely to go anywhere.

There is a world of information about algorithms, lead optimization, SEO and keyword searches, and more, all designed to get your content seen by a massive audience. But beyond those big things, there are some little details, that, when ignored, have the power to ruin a potentially successful blog.

Here is a list of seven blog killers to avoid:

1. Writing text-only posts

Very few people will remain loyal to text-only blogs. You have to give them visual cues. Photos, graphics and videos all help to reinforce and clarify the content. Without them, your readers may become bored or frustrated.

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