Keep Your Blog Alive

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Last week I wrote 5 posts about the five main reasons that so many blogs are dying out.

1. Lack of Time

Make sure you know the answers to these questions for your own blog:

► How often do I have to write a post for my blog?
► How long should my blog posts be?
► What is my schedule and time limit for writing each post I plan to publish?
The first step to prevent your blog’s extinction is to know and keep in check each necessary attribute of a successful blog:

Time, Good Content, Focus, Responses, and Benefits.

- Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Blogs are Dying (Part 1)

2. Lack of Content

The biggest key is making sure that your content is unique.
Even if you are writing a post about someone else’s post, after giving proper credit to your inspiration, let the reflections or creative writing come from you.

- Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Blogs are Dying (Part 2)

3. Lack of Focus

Narrowing down your focus to prove yourself the expert of your own niche.

- Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Blogs are Dying (Part 3)

4. Lack of Response

Appreciation for your blog posts mostly comes in two forms:

► Number one is lots of comments.
► Number two is more subscribers.

- Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Blogs are Dying (Part 4)

5. Lack of Tangible Benefits

What is your motivation for blogging?

Blogs that make a steady income are rare considering the absurd number of blogs existing in the nameless rabble of websites that host their own or offer free blog spaces.

- Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Blogs are Dying (Part 5)

Ok, I am going to write it out loud. In some cases, the death of a blog this isn’t a bad thing.

But what do you need to do to make sure your blog doesn’t fall victim to one of these deficiencies? My advice is sprinkled throughout this group of posts.

Let us know if you have anything to add or a link to your own posts that contain related content.