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DIY Marketing – Blogging Mistakes

I just came across this blog article titled. "11 Common Blogging Mistakes That Are Wasting Your Audience’s Time". Good article, but I didn't want to waste your time (haha, see what I did there?) so I would like to focus on just a few...

Blogging Mistake #1: You love complexity

Yep, you've got a lot to say and the world MUST be interested...well, not so much. Simplicity is a beautiful thing.

Blogging Mistake #8: You don’t know who you’re writing for
I can relate. Am I writing for the artists or art buyers? Well, at least I know they all have one thing in common: art. But even artists like a cute puppy video now and then, right?

Blogging Mistake #10: You edit your posts in less than five minutes
Having spent years writing titles, descriptions and keywords to optimize stock images for search engines I do tend to write in a very tight style so maybe it's not a huge problem with me, but you? You'd better slow down and take a closer look before you hit that publish button. Okay, maybe I should too.

Blogging Mistake #11: You don’t show your personality
True. I know I think so much about who my posts are for that I probably don't let my shining and majestic personality come through the way I should...I'll work on that, and you should too. 🙂

Yeah, there's a bunch more and they're probably worth reading so here they are again...

Yours truly,

Fred



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