3 Reasons Why Nobody Cares about Your Blog

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Are you struggling to get traffic to your blog? Would you like more traffic, more leads, and more money? Right now your blog is doing everything wrong and people are ‘bouncing’ from your blog in 5 seconds or less because nobody cares about your blog.

So how do you get people to flock to your blog in droves? How do you get authority and people wanting to come to your blog daily for your next blog post or just want to join you in your opportunity?

3 of the BIGGEST Mistakes You Are Making Right Now with Your Blog

We are not going to dance around this topic. We are going to hit it head on and show you exactly what you are missing on your blog Right Now.

Let’s get you from “Nobody Cares about Your Blog” to “OMG I can’t wait for their next blog post and how do I work with them?”

(I will tell you… I have made these same mistakes and my blog still need some of these improvements. So I am writing to myself also)

1. What is it? – What is your blog about? When people arrive to your blog do they know what they are going to learn, read, or buy?

You want your blog to tell the reader what is in it for them. It is not about you or your story… It is about the service or help you can provide to them. Become the solution to their biggest problem or fear.

2. What is it about? – What benefit do you offer to the reader? Why should they continue to read and learn more?

In this area, working on your headlines and blog layout is important. What sets you apart from all the other websites or bloggers out there? What is your voice or personality? What do you offer people? Which leads us into…

3. What do I get? – How is this going to help me? What’s in it for me? What freebie/sample/information do I get?

It is not about you but about your readers. What value are you giving to them? Why should they care about your blog? Your ultimate goal should be to become a value blogger. What are you currently learning, experiencing, or doing that you can share with your readers? How can they use this information themselves to achieve results for themselves?

How can you provide educational value or entertainment value? Guys your readers are distracted by technology and mindless Reality Shows.

What solutions can you provide right now to get your readers to care about your blog and want to share it?

After attending Eben Pagan’s free webinar last night where he RIPPED APART 37 websites, I learn a lot about the mistakes that even I am making. I highly suggest you watch this webinar. It is brutal yet honest. It will have you re evaluating your own blog.

Eben also reveals the 2 most important sentences you can use in marketing. This was brilliant but you have to watch it for yourself.

Guys, people honestly don’t care about how much you know, until they know how much you care. Be willing to be open, vulnerable, and share what is or is not working.

The more value you can provide the less you will find yourself saying… “Nobody cares about your blog”.

***Did This Help You? If so, I would greatly appreciate if you commented below and shared on Facebook and/or Google+.***

Yours in Gratitude,

Chef Katrina van Oudheusden

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Email: Katrina@theChefKatrina.com

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Katrina
Katrina

Chef Katrina is a former Disney Chef. Retired from the corporate kitchen she now runs an online digital marketing training company called Marketing Ingredients. She is a mentor for Digital Marketeers. In her downtime she ballroom dances and spends time with her dog!

    21 replies to "3 Reasons Why Nobody Cares about Your Blog"

    • Pat Moon

      Others! We need to blog to add value to our readers… that’s what our blogging should be about. Thanks for these reminders.

      • Katrina

        Hi Pat! Agree it’s about helping others.

    • Sharon O'Day

      We really can’t get away from the old classic expression: WII-FM … What’s In It For Me. It applies to blogs as well. And I agree, Eban’s webinar was really powerful, leaving nothing to interpretation! 😉

    • Rhonda

      Yes, as a matter of fact I did get a lot out of your post. Thanks for sharing! Guilty as charged on a couple of things, going to put some work into correcting them. Happy blogging.

      • Katrina

        Hey Rhonda! Thank you so much for commenting. Don’t worry I am guilty of not being perfect also. That is one of the reasons I love blogging. I get to learn, correct, and keep moving forward. Wishing you a wonderful day.

    • tina

      This is very interesting information. I tend to make my blog pretty and fun, without heavy selling. That seems to work for me.

    • Veronica

      Wow! I really want to watch this webinar. It sounds like I might leave crying, but would learn a thing or two.

    • A. Lynn Jesus

      These are great questions to look at your blog and ask!

      I am just now getting acquainted with Eben Pagan. I will check out that webinar. It sounds like I would learn a lot. Thank you for sharing this post!

      • Katrina

        Hi Lynn! Welcome to my blog! Happy to have you here and commenting. I am glad you got value out of this blog post. I really appreciate the feedback and the sharing. Looking forward to reading your blog today! 🙂

    • This is a great list and information. I am constantly working on improving my blog. What you say is so true: ” The more value you can provide the less you will find yourself saying… “Nobody cares about your blog.” I totally agree!

      • Katrina

        I am constantly working on my blog also Alexandra. 🙂 This hit home for me and I thought… well if it hit home for me maybe others need to hear it also. Hope you are having an amazing day!

    • Being a valuable resource is essential when you are blogging. Your readers are coming there for a reason. They want to find information quickly , easily and something that will keep their attention. Something that will stay in their mind and have them coming to you again. Become an expert in your field and then share that with your audience.

      • Katrina

        Hi Meryl! You are so right and your blog is a perfect example of this. Always on target and you know who you are speaking to. If you haven’t already I highly suggest reading Meryl’s blog

    • Heather Cameron

      Great list and suggestions, I too need to get better at and have to revamp a few pages on my website. Eben Pagan is great and I loved his information in the websites. His free information is always great.

      • Katrina

        Hi Heather! Like you, my blog is a work in progress. Eben Pagan is amazing and I am blessed to be following him for the past couple of years. Really good information.

    • Mark

      Katrina: I knew you were going to love Eben’s training it was so good I am going to watch it again. I agree that anyone serious about their internet marketing needs to watch it and learn

      • Katrina

        Agree Mark. Fabulous training and I think everyone should learn from an amazing leader. Thank you for taking time to comment Mark. What is your favorite training from Eben.

    • Denise

      a whole lot to learn about , thank you for your helpful article

      • Katrina

        Hi Denise. Take small bites! I learned that the hard way. Let me know if you have any questions.

    • Nick

      I know these three only too well…

      • Katrina

        Hi Nick! I just have to give myself a daily reminder. Let me know if you have any questions about blogging or online marketing. Here to help.

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