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Do You Recognize These 21 Blogging Mistakes?

Posted By Darren Rowse 23rd of September 2015 General 0 Comments

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While the pathway to blogging is different for everybody, and you could argue there’s no “wrong” way, in today’s ProBlogger podcast I discuss some of the mistakes I made when first starting out, and the most typical mistakes I see newer bloggers making. I wonder if any of you recognize yourselves in these behaviours that could very well hold you back?

I talk about everything from before people even start their blogs, to they way they market them, how they drive traffic, how they monetise, site design, and even the chosen niche. But all is not lost if you do find yourself taking these wrong turns – I also give options about how to avoid the pitfalls I see so many falling into.

You can find episode 46 of the ProBlogger podcast: Do You Recognize These 21 Blogging Mistakes? here, along with the show notes.

I’d love to hear of the mistakes you made or the ones you see others making – which ones were the hardest to overcome?

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About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. As I am the beginner in the field of blogging, so this post will be helpful for me. I’ll be careful about all these mistakes. Thanks for sharing all these major issues with us.

  2. I often wonder how people just ignore simple SEO basics…

  3. Thats so thoughtful of you Darren,
    Its always good to learn from the mistake of other people and its good you took your time to create this episode so that new bloggers will know someone the pit falls they should always stay away from in blogging.

    Thanks for sharing Darren.

  4. I listened to this podcast with interest and appreciation. You are generous, wise and on target. I learned so much that made good sense. Where did you get your confidence and conviction? I hope they are contagious!

  5. This Post was very helpful, thank you for taking the time to put it all together. Even though you tend to start off each and every post with the full intention of using all the helpful tips and traits listed above, sometimes you can be distracted and forget whats important. Its nice to have a well organized cheat sheet with insight and points to help you remember all the small things that can set you apart from other like minded posts.

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