7 signs of a rookie blogger
If you’ve decided 2013 is the year to make your blog dreams a reality, but want to make it look like you’ve been slogging in the blogging mines for years, Lior Levin has a few tips to take that new blog smell off your posts.
1. Using a common, unchanged theme
There are plenty of free, high quality website themes that you can use with a blog CMS such as WordPress. You don’t have to stick with the default website theme your blogging service provides. In fact, you really shouldn’t, as there are plenty of rookie bloggers who leave their themes unchanged. Instead, use a unique, professional theme and then add your own custom tweaks or hire an HTML company to customize it for you.
2. Low-quality stock images
Whether you use a free service like Stock Exchange or pay for an account with a premium service, using high-quality stock images with your posts will help set your blog apart from the competition. If you use watermarked, blurry, or irrelevant images with your blog posts, no one will take your website seriously. While a great image can’t save poor content, a bad image can discredit great content.
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