I make mistakes with this blog all the time.
I am constantly striving to improve my blog and give you a better experience. I crank out five podcasts a week, but that’s not nearly enough.
I have over 100 blog posts already started that I haven’t finished or published.
There is a huge backlog.
Having a backlog is no excuse.
I have recently changed my entire site infrastructure, improved my backup solution and even set up systems to speed up the website.
But I still am not close to where I want this blog to be.
My current project is about blog post enjoyability.
I have changed how I format my blog posts to make them more social media friendly.
Have you noticed the new style of blog post image?
In the past, I have been lazy with my image sizing. I need to go back and resize every blog post image and add new text.
This will make the entire blog flow much better.
Content writing is the easiest part.
I can write blog posts with my eyes closed, but now the world is changing and I’m becoming a dinosaur.
I know all the steps to take to make this blog awesome, but it’s very time-consuming.
It can be overwhelming.
That’s why it’s ok to go back and improve your blog over and over and over again.
I’m always trying to improve your experience.
In the same way, you want to continually grow and improve your work online.
I am pretty successful, but there is still more mountain to climb.
In today’s episode, I cover some of the key mistakes that most new bloggers make and how you can quickly correct them.
- Start improving your site now
- Don’t go plugin crazy
- Backup your site immediately
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