What I’ve learned from writing 2,000 blog posts | Econsultancy

For those of you who are just starting or planning to build a blog, here’s advice from Econsultancy.com. (Some of them paraphrased.)

Don’t try to be a jack of all trades

Learn from the experts

Don’t rely on spellcheck

Keep it simple

Avoid jargon

Headlines are key

Internal linking is important

Create readable content

Original content works best

Link to other bloggers

Do lots of reading

Do not feed the trolls

Listen to feedback

Don’t blog [just] for the sake of it

It’s about quality not quantity

Social media is important

Analytics is important

Timing is everything

Comment on your own posts

Timesaving tools and apps may make your job easier

What other tips would you like to share?

via What Ive learned from writing 2,000 blog posts | Econsultancy.

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