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Are There Signs That Indicate You Are A Bad Blogger?

Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Submitted by Ivan Bayross March 29, 2015

Deep inside every Blogger yearns to be recognized as an authority Blogger in the Blogosphere. Secretly everyone knows that when that happens – Business Magic – always accompanies it.

Translated, it means that when one is recognized as an authority (good to great) Blogger, the Blog site begins to earn the site owner money in different ways.  Hopefully a great Blogger can live a life of (relative) freedom when compared to the 9 to 5 corporate grind.

Oh! – I say (relative) freedom, because the journey to becoming a great Blogger requires a lot of discipline and hard work. The difference is that you can do this hard work completely on your terms and specifically because you enjoy doing it. Your blog site will then deliver you a comfortable living income.

Let’s take a close look at what is a – Good Blogger.

A good Blogger is not necessarily a good writer. Writing is just a single activity.  You take an idea, then write an article around it.

Blogging is certainly not just article writing.  Blogging encompasses a ton more elements, very different from writing.  Without these elements the Blogger and Blog/site will simply fail.

Quite apart from being decent word-smiths Bloggers need to:

  • Learn to engage with and network with other bloggers
  • Master the art of online promotion, using digital marketing and social media marketing
  • Do strong brand building
  • Attract followers and subscribers – consistently
  • Have a strong business sense
  • Focus on turning pro at some point in their Blogging career
  • They must learn how to make things happen for their site visitors
  • Use time management so that they use their most productive times in a day to Blog

And so much more..

With this in mind, here are signs I’ve figured out which indicate you are not a good Blogger.

You’re not publishing great Blog posts regularly

While this may come as a surprise, I’ve met a whole lot of Bloggers who started off churning out Blog posts (of not so hot quality) twice a day for about two weeks which quickly petered off to one Blog post (not so hot quality) in two weeks.

Unfortunately if you do not publish high quality content regularly, your site visitors will soon forget about your Blog/site completely.  There is a mind boggling amount of choice available to site visitors today.  Keeping site visitors coming back for more, definitely requires publishing high quality content regularly AND knowing what is bringing the site visitors to your blog site.

Here’s a tip.  If for any reason at all you’ve not published for a while, do not publish a – Sorry I’ve not published for a while – type of post. All too often site visitors will not notice your absence unless you tell them, then anything can happen. Just get back to publishing as though nothing happened.

Your time management is actually hurting you

Time management is definitely for everyone else OR only for those who have gigantic workloads, heck no, time management is really necessary for you.

Time management can make you a ton more effective at Blogging, especially on your journey to being recognized as an authority Blogger.

A Blogger needs to do several tasks in addition to just crafting a great Blog post. Trying to keep all of these tasks in your head while creating epic Blog content and publishing is impossible.

It is a really inefficient way of ensuring that all necessary tasks, which must run in parallel with creating your Blog post, get done.

For example, writing a great Description for your Blog post in under 150 characters.  Which gets delivered to search engines by your Blogging engine (perhaps WordPress).

Creating at least three great tags for each Blog post.  Creating small snippets of content, mapped to various Blog post headlines for publishing on various social streams where you have a presence and so on are some of these tasks.

Choose some time management technique that works for you. Whether this is a simple Excel worksheet or Google calendar with all the necessary tasks documented according to their hierarchy.

Alternatively, you could purchase a sophisticated, custom built, all bells and whistles, Blogging calendar software. Bottom line, choose something and go with it.  I assure you this beats holding everything in your head hands down, every time.

You have very few or no blogging friends

When you try to make magic happen alone, it’s breathtakingly harder to achieve success.

  • Having a large friendly helpful network of fellow Bloggers is necessary because:
  • You can Email them about your awesome new Blog post
  • Participate in joint ventures with them
  • Promote each other on your social streams
  • Guest post on each other’s Blog/sites and get great exposure
  • Promote their products or services on your website to gain from affiliate income

.

And so much more..

Build a dependable network in your area(s) of interest and you will see some very positive things happening around your Blogsite.

You’ve never been asked for a guest Blog post

If your Blog posts are well written, and provide helpful, actionable content to your site visitor, then it’s very likely you’ve been approached to write a guest Blog post for a display on a fellow Blogger’s site. People notice great writing and always reach out with opportunities.

If you are crafting great work in a popular vertical niche, you should get offers like this every now and then. Remember to help this situation along by providing an easy way for others to get in touch with you.  Have a – Contact Me – form prominently accessible. Respond immediately whenever anyone gets in touch irrespective of how busy your day is.

Search Engine Optimization for your Blog posts is a puzzle to you

Bloggers new to the Blogosphere often consider SEO irrelevant.  Big mistake.  Good Blogging has an interwoven relationship with SEO.  Good bloggers accept this fact and go on to learn how to do this perfectly.  Honestly, what’s the point of crafting superlative content and then just not being concerned about promoting this content via search engines?

Each of your Blog posts must have standard SEO processes applied to it.  SEO processes are very simple to apply to Blog posts.  Crafting a great Meta Title, Meta Description and a few other issues is something every Blogger needs to learn about, come to terms with, and become brilliant at it.

Google provides unmatchable organic traffic.  Your Blog/site with benefit hugely if you play by the really simple rules of search engine optimization.

Your most popular articles remain a mystery to you

This is really about knowing what is drawing site visitors to your website. You really have to be intimate with they are doing on your blogsite.

If you do not know what’s popular, how will you continue to create more of it?  Isn’t it a little pointless publishing posts unless you know that what you are writing is catering to the needs of and is interesting to those visiting your Blog/site?

I’ve known too many Bloggers who add Google Analytics code to the blog site and subsequently never ever log into their GA to check out what’s happening on their blog site. Their excuse, they do not know how to read and understand the ton of free analytics that Google offers, which can be a bit overwhelming at the start.

Google has excellent training videos for just this. Put aside one solid hour each day, 7 days a week and learn from the Google video for free.  A lot of the statistics Google offers are based on plain old common sense.  Stuff that every authority Blogger must know about what’s happening on their blog site.  It’s not rocket science by a long shot.  There are several good training programs on Udemy as well as other popular online training sites, just Google for them and you’ll find a ton of free or very modestly priced online GA training sites.

Install and use free WordPress plugins like All-In-One-SEO or Yoast.  (Yoast is my favourite and what I use on my Blogsite).  These, easy to use plugins make the addition of search engine optimization processes to individual Blog posts a breeze even for the most technically challenged Blogger.

What’s happening on your site is definitely – On going – work. Check your GA stats every day, every week, every month.  Expert them to an Excel spread sheet and spend time interpreting the information.  Then create a publishing schedule for the next month that include similar, helpful, actionable, articles of interest to your site visitors.

You have no comprehensive plan for your growing your blog site

Good Bloggers are in it for the long haul. That is really the only way to becoming an authority Blogger respected in the Blogosphere.

Bad Bloggers don’t seem to understand this.  They churn out multiple Blog posts, mapped to multiple categories, without any thread that links Blog posts together, which adds measurable value to the site visitor.

As a blog site owner you must have a plan of action for growing your blog site, otherwise your success as a Blogger is pretty shaky.

Here are some things that must be included in your plan for growing your blog site.

  • A Blog post publishing schedule
  • Keywords around which appropriate Blog posts will be crafted
  • A list of blog sites where it would be great to guest post
  • A list of products you want to create
  • A list of products chosen for promotions as an affiliate
  • A list of joint venture projects and their execution schedules
  • A goal your Blog/site should achieve in 12 months time

.

Add the above information to an Excel spreadsheet, or M.S. Word file, so that you can keep going back and tweaking this when necessary to make your Blogging goals materialize.

I’ve just given you just a few examples, feel free to add or delete from this as your Blogging experience grows and you notice the magic that is happening on your Blog/site simply because of your systematic planning and execution.

That’s it for my list of signs that you’re not a good blogger. Feel free to comment and share your own insights.  What would you add to this list?


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99 Responses to “Are There Signs That Indicate You Are A Bad Blogger?” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Nirmala Profile

    Hi Ivan,

    Blogger’s life isn’t easy! Time management and dedication are most important to stand out from the crowd. Of course, consistency matters a lot and let us gain good credibility.

    Network with other bloggers is essential and yes, guest blogging is a genuine way to build the relationship with fellow bloggers.

    You’ve consolidated all the bad blogging stuff in a nice manner, I enjoyed reading your post.

    Thanks for the good share, have a great day ahead.

  • Profile photo of Freedom Blogger Profile

    Hi Ivan!!

    Great post you have shared here! :)

    These are good signs to find out if you are a bad blogger or not.

    I would add this; Creating your own daily marketing plan!

    One of the most important keys to build a successful blog online, is the marketing of it. I would recommend, a new blogger, to implement the 80/20 rule.

    Spend 20% of your time crafting the best, most unique, and valuable blog posts for your blog. And then spend 80% of your time marketing your blog posts like a maniac!! 😉

    There is no point on creating more and more blog posts if barely anyone is reading them.

    Sometimes, I personally take breaks from publishing blog posts for weeks – so I can fully concentrate on marketing the current content I already have.

    I know a lot of people say that you should blog often – but I would actually say is that you should market more often!!

    My blog’s daily traffic flow is actually increasing – every time I take a break from posting too often, and focused a lot more on marketing.

    So, I know from my own experiences, that publishing blog posts every day, or very often, is actually not one important key to build a successful blog online.

    You will be so amazed if you just laser focus on promoting the heck out of your current blog posts!! 😉

    Great topic here, Ivan!!

    Thanks for sharing this with us!

    Have a great week! 😀
    Freedom Blogger recently posted…Get More Leads and Social Shares with These Powerful WordPress PluginsMy Profile

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hi Freddy,

      Oh! I love your suggestions, especially the 80:20 rule you’ve described.

      I believe that most popular Bloggers are doing exactly this.

      Creating a daily marketing plan, then working the plan always deliverables measureable results in engagement.

      There are a ton of free XL sheet templates for download can help anyone interested in creating a great working plan for marketing their Blog posts.

      All one has to do is download and fill in the blanks and your good to go.

      I definitely agree that one should market their Blog posts well to maximize engagement. Zero engagement can be very disappointing for any Blogger.

      I’m happy that you enjoyed the Blog post Freddy. I must be doing something right.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…How to Build a Facebook Following EffectivelyMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Karan Bhagat Profile

    Hi Ivan,
    This was my second visit to Kingged and the first article I read is yours. I must say that you have cleared very small things in your article very beautifully.

    SEO needs to be understood, only publishing article is not blogging, in fact there was a time when I didn’t published even a single article on my blog for a month but to my surprise the traffic rose drastically.

    Most of SEO gurus say one thing, “Great Content”, but great content will do nothing if no one knows about your post, neither your blog shows up in search engine nor on social media.

    For one page SEO, I also prefer SEO by Yoast just like you, there are some important plugins even which adds up to the website like cache plugin to increase overall user experience, w3 Total Cache is what I like the most for WordPress.

    Although there is much to say on this but at last I would say that you have done a great job writing it.
    Karan Bhagat recently posted…Inmotion Hosting Review 2015 – My Experience So FarMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Christopher Jan Benitez Profile

    Great post. The point about having no friends being a blogger happened to me before. I was only interested in getting posts published in different blogs that I forego outreach and promotions of the posts. Little did I know that by reaching out to different people online and forging relationships with them, I am able to create a network of professionals that I can tap into to increase my blog traffic and social shares.
    Christopher Jan Benitez recently posted…School Hacks for Students to Jumpstart their Freelancing CareerMy Profile

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Ah! Christopher,

      Join the club membership is free :-).

      I also learned the hard way that ignoring engaging with your Blog post commentors is really unwise.

      I also discovered that simply churning out Blog post after Blog post without replying to any of the comments is considered down right insulting.

      Having learned this, I’ve become a ton wiser today :-).

      Thanks so much for dropping by and leaving your comment Christopher, really appreciate this.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…9 Essential WordPress Plugins For A Professional WordPress BlogMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Cendrine Marrouat Profile

    Hello Ivan,

    An interesting post. I agree with many of your points.

    I have an issue with the “good writer” idea. You need to be a good writer to be a good blogger. Design and SEO are very important. But if you can’t write properly, no one will stay.

    A good writer is someone who knows their grammar, can adapt their style to their readership, and a few other things. They will also have their content proofread if they are unsure of the content.

    And posting frequently is not always the way to go. It’s the consistency that matters. When I train people, I explain that there is no obligation to publish a new post every week. If you don’t have time, no need to put pressure on yourself.

    Things can work just as well with an article every two weeks or month. What matters is the expectations you build and stick to.
    Cendrine Marrouat recently posted…Announcing the Social Media Slant Forum!My Profile

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hi Cendrine,

      Yup, I agree with you. If you churn out crappy Blog post content no one will stay on your Blog long enough. Totally agree.

      A good writer needs to know English Grammar, spellings, have a really engaging writing style, definitely.

      BUT

      If you cannot do any of this you can always hire a great writer to do it all for you. Hence, even if you are not a great writer ghost writers can still help you publish great Blog posts.

      AND

      The other thing is that not all Blog post writers start off as great writers. I know I did not.

      Over time I leaned what I had to pay careful attention to such things as delivering great (engaging / value add) content, while keeping a watchful eye on Grammar, spelling, sentence constructs, writing styles and so on.

      Once a Blogger realizes these attributes are vital to make their Blog stand out from the rest, they adapt.

      Take me for example, English is definitely not my mother tongue.

      I was taught English my my English teacher Mrs. Mable Anrade and I learned English Grammar out of a text book written by Wren & Martin.

      I learned to use Grammarly to fix my English grammar, M.S. Word to fix my spellings and so on.

      My guess is if you want to excel at anything (in this case creating Blog posts) you can start of mediocre, then strive and shine.

      Just sharing.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…Do You Avoid Backing Up Your WordPress Website?My Profile

  • Profile photo of Christopher Jan Benitez Profile

    You hit on all great points here, Ivan! Blogging is not for the fair-weathered – it takes dedication and passion for this craft in order to success. Most of the mistakes you’ve mentioned are committed by those who think blogging is a get-rich-quick scheme. Little did they know that they also have to put in the work of creating an editorial calendar, writing for an audience, taking even more time promoting the work they’ve written in order to succeed. All in all, a great post!
    Christopher Jan Benitez recently posted…Fatal Blogging Mistakes Every Beginner Should AvoidMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Atish Ranjan Profile

    What an amazing article Ivan! Superb! I liked the most where you have said that blogging is not just article writing. I liked it most because most of the people does take blogging as just writing articles.

    Blogging is much more than that!

    The points are spot on. loved the write up.
    Atish Ranjan recently posted…10 Things to Remember While Blog CommentingMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Ivan Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    Here’s one more: A bad blogger is the one who publishes a sponsored post for a client and hide it somewhere in between his/her own posts. Moreover, he/she doesn’t care to put up extra effort to promote the post on social media :)

    Clients pay you to get their brand promoted, and it’s your responsibility to help them in getting the most return on their investment; perhaps you are not required to do so, but a good blogger should over deliver.

    Just my 2 cents :)
    Ivan recently posted…Establishing a New Online Magazine in my First Language: Lessons Learned in the First 2 WeeksMy Profile

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hey Ivan,

      (Sounds strange addressing my namesake) :-).

      Not delivering terrific service to a paying client is a sure fire way of doing badly in business.

      Just sticking a sponsored post somewhere between other posts on your Blog site AND doing nothing at all to market the sponsored post definitely falls in that category.

      I completely agree a good Blogger should always place their client’s interests above their own. After all this is what puts food on the table.

      Thanks for sharing Ivan.

      Real nice of you to drop by and leave your comment.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…Yes You Can Make Your WordPress Admin Dashboard Look UniqueMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Pallab Kayal Profile

    Hello Ivan,

    Well! Regular posting isn’t helpful if you don’t understand its worth for your readers but scheduling is a nice tactics as Nikhil bro mentioned above. I can say that I need more freinds with me and I’ve never asked for guesting for it . Now I know my mistakes so I’ll look at it closely. Thanks for this superb sprit lifting post sir.
    Pallab Kayal recently posted…11 Best Android Blogger Apps You Should UseMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Kevin Ross Profile

    I read this again for the second time after seeing the banner all over Kingged, it’s still a good post and very worth reading and bookmarking for every blogger who wants to be a good blogger. It’s an evergreen post. Thanks.

  • Profile photo of Ann P V Profile

    Hi Ivan,
    I am here after a long gap! :-)
    Glad that i am back, the first post i read is this.
    This is an informative and essential read to any blogger.
    It will definitely be a wonderful read to a newbie too!
    You very well put out the difference/signs between a good and a bad blogger This is indeed a good check list.
    I am book marking it for my further read.
    Thank you for sharing this valuable post
    Have a good day
    ~ Ann
    Ann P V recently posted…How To Make Money Through Your Blog Pages ?My Profile

  • Profile photo of Gary Waldrep Profile

    Hello Ivan,

    I liked reading this. You hit the nail on the head with the points here. All very true what you said about good and bad bloggers.

    I like how you not just mentioned that but also provided tips to help with becoming good bloggers.

    Concerning the point of learning about SEO, that’s also true, it’s one aspect that is still a puzzle to me and am sure lots of other bloggers.

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hi Gary,

      Glad you liked to post especially that it added some value to you.

      If you have issues with on Page SEO, I’d be happy to explain how this works to you any time.

      Just drop me an Email and we can get on a Skype call. I’d do my best to sort this issue out for you.

      Have a great day ahead Gary.

      Thanks for dropping by and commenting.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…Write A Blog Post QuicklyMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Neelam Shah Profile

    OMG such a long post and lots of lots of comments. Hosnestly I have read the entire article though it was speed read. but couldnt read the entire commenbts but when I saw admin comment I stopped by and after knowing the whole situation I laughed a lot as I was a kind of tired after reading such detailed full of useful tips article so I just wanted to put a line or two. But after reading the true story of Rey what happens here is a comment where I am telling my long story. So luckily the comment automatically became long and I have a narrow escape from being a spammer. Well I enjoyed. And kindly if anyone read my comment please do tell me how can I contact help team because I want to know the time our shared post remains in moderation? I want help desk Email.
    I know admin guided me in the first message but now I am unable to locate his message in my dashboard.

  • Profile photo of Jesson Balaoing Profile

    Hi Ivan

    You’re a great man, a big fan here.

    I blog a lot but it seems that its not destine to me. Again I started one, all about vehicle. Can you give some advice.

    Thank you

  • Profile photo of EltonCarr Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    Another awesome post! Your stuff just keeps getting better and better, and I’m not even reading them in chronological order. lol

    I have chased the “keyword” theory and I think it sucks. Matter of fact I think it takes away the authenticity of the writer. Most “keyword” writings sound like scripts to me. You don’t have to be a scientist to figure out you’re being pitched something.

    So plan B for me is being myself and combining videos, pictures and short blog post to achieve success. Meaning building my following to build my companies bottom line. I believe that will happen because I’m just being me.

    I’ll let you know how it goes in a few months or more, and if it doesn’t work then I’ll have to submit to the “keyword” authority. lol

    Thanks again, EltonCarr

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hey EltonCarr,

      Thank you for your praise Elton, really appreciate it.

      Crafting Blog post content based on keywords has sucked since quite a while really.

      What I do is determine content that I’m passionate about, create the content and edit it carefully till its ready, then I do – Keyword Research – to determine what sort of keywords people are using to locate the type of content I’ve written.

      Then with just a smidgen of editing I’ll blend these keywords into the Blog post. I always work backwards from content to keywords.

      I’m sure you’ll build quite a reputation for yourself using videos, pictures and short Blog posts, while being YOU.

      Good on you.

      Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Appreciate that EltonCarr.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…Inbound Marketing Methodology – Convert Strangers to Customers to Advocates.My Profile

  • Profile photo of Jeffrey Benson Profile

    Hi Ivan,

    Thanks for putting this awesome post together. Yes, I perfectly agree with you. As a blogger, you need a good blogging plan and if you really write good content, many other bloggers will follow you and will want you to write for them. Just the other day, I was approached by SEMrush.com to write them a guest post which I am now working on. You nailed this and thanks. Jeff
    Jeffrey Benson recently posted…120 Top Seo Tools For Ranking Your Website And Generating Social Buzz Fast OnlineMy Profile

    • Profile photo of Ivan Bayross Profile

      Hi Jeffrey,

      Congratulations on being asked to Guest Post on SEMrush. Its a great site with tons of traffic. Terrific opportunity for you, I’m definitely a tad green :-).

      Glad you liked the post Jeffrey I made the hard work of crafting it so worth it.

      Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment, always a pleasure to hear from you.
      Ivan Bayross recently posted…Unleash a Surge of Email SubscribersMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Philip Verghese 'Ariel' Profile

    Hey Ivan,
    What a joy to be here on your page again. :-)
    Though i read earlier and kingged it too but I thought that i commented too but while checking today i could not see my face here LOL
    Yes, Ivan, I fully agree with you that, Blogging is not just writing articles and publish, but lot of other activities should go along with it, sheer hardwork and consistence makes a blogger perfect, the points you mentioned are really worth following to make a blogger a better blogger.

    Engaging with fellow bloggers is one of the vital part in blogging. So many other points you brought in this post to ponder upon and to put it into practice. Lot to look into it.

    Anyways it is indeed an EPIC post, you brought out all ingredients a blog should have and a blogger should follow!

    Well I am very religiously following some of the things mentioned in, but some not yet, thanks for making this as a guide to the bloggers.

    I am sure many will be blessed by it and am keeping this as a book mark for my further read and application.
    Keep sharing
    Best
    ~ Phil
    Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’ recently posted…Philipscom New Initiatives – Blogger Of The WeekMy Profile

  • Profile photo of James Ling Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    Indeed, all of the above are signs of bad blogging. Its important that the individual deals with them now if they want to get ‘relative’ freedom or success. Being a blogger demands good planning, adequate action, consistent analysis, and relevant partnership. These would be combined successfully to give a blogger good insight for success!

  • Profile photo of Paul Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    After reading this post, I have come to realize my mistakes as blogger. Indiscipline and inconsistency are my weak points. I guess I would start making adjustments now. Thanks for this post, and I would say, it is worth bookmarking!

  • Profile photo of Black Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    This post is reminding me of my shortcomings with regards to blogging.

    I am not consistent with time management and this has affected expectations from my clients and customers.

    I just have to readjust and start doing what I am supposed to do and at the right time. Thanks for sharing!

  • Profile photo of Sarah John Profile

    Hey Ivan,

    I agree with you on this – “Blogging is certainly not just article writing. Blogging encompasses a ton more elements, very different from writing. Without these elements the Blogger and Blog/site will simply fail.”

    Every blogger must bear this in mind.

    The sign I am guilty of is not being consistent with my blogging elements. I thinks its time to change things a bit!

  • Profile photo of Amit Sharan Profile

    I am of the opinion that goal setting should form one of the best bets for successful online marketing.

    Every blogger must ensure he can relatively set goals and follow through with the goal.

    Setting goals and putting plans to action is the hallmark of successful bloggers!

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