Producing blog content on a regular basis takes time and dedication. Most bloggers fail due to an incorrect assessment of the time investment required. Given enough time and the right strategy, blogging has the potential to grow an audience and a profitable business. However, if your dream blog isn’t growing as quickly as you’d like, you may be understandably frustrated.
You might be taxing your mind, wondering why you aren’t growing your audience, making money, or getting rave reviews from blog visitors. Nobody is reading your content, your Google Analytics is constantly flashing the number 0 active visitors in your face, and you begin to feel discouraged. I understand.
Running an online blogging business can be difficult at times, and it is not for those looking to take shortcuts or make quick money online. Most bloggers spend an average of 2.5 hours per blog post, but some spend as much as 6 hours per post. That is a significant amount of time that many businesses cannot afford to invest.
Outsourcing is an option, but it does not absolve you of the responsibility of developing a strategy, reviewing posts, and promoting them. This post will go over 12 reasons why your blog posts are failing and how to fix them.