Blogging is a content based business. It’s crucial to invest your time, efforts and money in producing right blog content that does its best growing your income.
Though, too many blogs are filled with weak or dead content that earns pennies.
Too many bloggers follow wrong directions creating informational trash that is hardly worth a look at. In some cases they produce high quality stuff that brings them low profits or no profits.
Let’s outline the top 2 kinds of the most dangerous business-ruining content widely used all over the world wide web.
Get-rich-quick schemes. People hate them. They were scammed by so-called “gurus” too many times and lost a lot of money. They are demotivated to read some stuff like “Earn $10,000 per Week in 3 Easy Steps” or “1,000 Email Leads per Day” even if it’s a free article. There are floods of tutorials like this on the internet. They know it’s all junk.
Everything that’s too good to be true is lie. Most people now realize it. Never use articles, videos, opt-in baits, e-zines, ebooks, etc. that promise easy and fast results. Don’t send emails “ Hello, wanna earn effortless $1,000 a day?” to your list. Everyone is grossed with these things nowadays.
Dreamers are not the only traffic to monetize. Don’t you even think of writing get-rich-quick schemes or lose-weigh-fast schemes or whatever your marketing niche is. Be extremely careful making any promises to your readers.
Content for newbies. If your niche is small, little known and not competitive – it’s alright.
But in the internet marketing niche, for example, there are billions of blogs. On every single blog you can find articles like “Why Do You Need a Website?”, “What is Affiliate Marketing?”, “What is Email Marketing?”, etc. Basic questions answered everywhere.
Isn’t it enough for newbies to finally understand what the hell is affiliate marketing? However, bloggers stubbornly keep on writing explanations. Every day thousands of new posts and ebooks on “Who is an affiliate and what he does” are added to the “web treasury”.
You often come across an article or an opt-in bait like “17 ways to promote your website”. This is ridiculous. Every newbie knows at least 100 ways to. Most of them will never believe there is something new to learn. They are demotivated. They waste a lot of time checking “x” ways to do it and discovering the same old tips. At last, poor dummies get sick and tired.
You don’t win experts, you don’t win most beginners. No matter what you do, everybody learns the basics from the established giants in your industry. Let it go.
These are the worst 2 types of the most unprofitable content for your web business. Do you have any idea how to really succeed with this garbage?