This is what makes you inconsistent with your blog


There are too many blogs out there for yours to be ordinary or don’t you think so? What’s even worse there’s probably someone else blogging about the same theme you are blogging about. So what makes yours different or why should readers read your blog instead of another? In fact what makes some blogs visible and others not so much?

Consistency. This is one of the biggest problems every blogger faces. Whether it’s because of a seeming lack of words or the fact that life happens or sheer laziness many bloggers struggle with staying consistent.

Today we are highlighting how these factors can inhibit consistency and ultimately reduce your blogs ratings.

No plan

If you started a blog just because and have no plan on how to sustain it and keep it flowing with fresh content you will soon become inconsistent, it is only a matter of time. If you have not started your blog yet, you have time to do things right. Decide how many times a week you want to post and follow up on that. Don’t let your readers and the internet as a whole see you as lazy. If this happens, you and your blog will not be taken seriously.


It’s easy to say “I will do it later” but most times later becomes never. When you remember that you have to prepare a blog post do your best not to shift it for later. Whatever needs to be done should be done by all means. There is no use procrastinating. Can you imagine if procrastination stoops you from posting in almost a whole month?

You’d most likely lose a lot of loyal followers.

This and a lot more is what inconsistency is doing to your blog.

It’s time to do things differently.




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