71 Ways To Slowly Kill Your Blog

Hugh from ‘Hugh’s Views And News” provides us with a list of 71 ways to slowly kill your blog. Thanks for useful advice, Hugh! This is great for all bloggers.

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I’ve got murder on my mind. Are you responsible for any of these?

  1. Do not have an ‘about me’ page on your blog
  2. Your ‘about me’ page takes more than a few seconds to find
  3. Your ‘about me’ page starts with these words – ‘this is an example of an about me page…’
  4. The number of followers you have is more important to you than what you write
  5. Poor quality posts
  6. Have broken links on your blog which you have no idea are broken or can not be bothered to fix
  7. Do not respond to comments
  8. Do not respond to questions
  9. Ignore your readers
  10. Do not treat visitors to your blog as guests
  11. Have no name to be called by
  12. Do not read other blogs
  13. Do not comment on other blogs
  14. Believe that blogging is going to make you rich
  15. Leave links with no relevance (usually to your own posts)…

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10 thoughts on “71 Ways To Slowly Kill Your Blog

  1. I like this post. This blog shows lots of potential. I’ve also hit follow to see future posts. Maybe you’d check out my latest blogpost on here and if you like it it do the same? But if not thats’s totally cool. Thanks.

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  2. [ Smiles ] I have noticed that a high percentage of personal bloggers tend to ignore the importance of an “About” page.

    One’s “About” page is, one of the first things that they should add to their blog.

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  3. Hahaha, funnily enough, I just came back to my blog today and this is what I see, looks like this is a sign to just forget about my blog since I have done exactly that for 7 months already. Just kidding.


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