It may look like that I am trying to butter up Liz, but honestly, thatâs not the reason I am writing this post. I felt like writing on this topic yesterday; when I was doing some research for one of my clients that required surfing through the blogosphere. After some hours of surfing, I felt utterly and totally aghast by the amount of SE optimization and monetization going on at these blogs. There was an insane focus on the keywords, and some evidently desperate attempts at cashing in on each and every visitor who lands at the blog. The thing is, Iâve always preferred blogs over any other type of websites when it comes to reading, mainly because the quality of content, the variety, and most importantly the personal touch even if it is biased, but sadly, all of these characteristics are vanishing, and blogosphere is getting tainted by all sorts of malpractices.
Thankfully, there are some veteran bloggers like Liz who have managed to avoid being a part of this frenzy. Their blogs continue to educate and at times entertain the readers, instead of serving as bait for people searching at Google, to lure them into clicking on one of those ads.
Following are some reasons why I like Liz blog. Remember that I might be an average writer, but I am a hell of a reader, and if this blog has managed to make me come back and go through the posts every once in a while, there must be something right about this blog and its content. In other words, this post is not just a flatter; I am writing this while hoping that some other bloggers will also go through these points and opt to change their priorities.
Posts are not influenced and drenched with keywords:
One of the worst outcomes of bloggers getting aware of the SE optimization is the obsession with the keywords. I have seen reasonable bloggers turning their blog into a spam fest by trying to write posts targeting some keywords or key phrase. Thatâs certainly not the case with successful-blog, where the posts are not heavily infused with keywords. A big majority of posts were jotted down solely because the writers (Liz, in particular) felt like writing on the topic, and that is what a blogger should be doing.
Something to take home:
When the bloggers write on a topic thatâs close to their heart, chances are that the readers will be able to relate, and there will find many points to take home. A big majority of bloggers are writing on topics which are in demand, even if they donât know jack about it, or even when they have nothing to add. As a result, the readers canât help but feel dismayed after reading the posts, which are more like a hodgepodge.
Lessons for All and Sundry:
The blog doesnât cater to a particular niche, the lessons in most of these posts at successful-blog.com are meant for everybody, from students to Internet Marketers, and small business owners to social media experts. If you are looking to be more successful, and a little more productive, in almost any walk of life, you will surely find a lot of doable advice that actually works. The
No emphasis on Making Money:
How many popular blogs do you see nowadays with the posts having no ads whatsoever? I have seen many bloggers starting with a good intention, developing a thriving community and then losing the plot altogether, and deciding that helping out others is not enough. What follows is a drastic makeover, with the blog transforming from a helpful resource to a money-making machine. Itâs quite the opposite at successful-blog.com, so much that sometimes I feel that Liz is letting go some easy bucks by not monetizing it sufficiently well, but maybe thatâs the reason this Blog continues to stay unpolluted, serving as one of the very few resorts for a quality-content starved readers like me.
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