11 True Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Care About Any Blog But Yours.
December 6th, 2016 | by Ravi Chahar || 18 Comments |
Does it ring a bell to you?
Are you afraid of all the blogs running on the web? But why?
In this blogosphere, there are millions of blogs which are running successfully and people are idealizing those blog owners.
But the thing is why are you worried about anything. In this article, you will learn why you shouldn’t care about any blog.
Whether it’s the one of the best blogs or a new blog, you shouldn’t give a damn about any.
You have your own blog, concentrate on that.
What’s so exciting about spying at someone’s place? Blogging isn’t about any competition, it’s only about you, your goals, your dreams, your values.
What Are The Things You Shouldn’t Care While Blogging?
Every now and then, people perceive to read the famous blogs.
Whether they try to get the blog post ideas or to measure the growth rate, it’s all about them. But why?
Did you dream to be a secret and impatient person who is blogging just because of growing and stand in the competition?
That’s a tough question. But the answer is simple.
Let me point out why you shouldn’t care about any blog.
#1. Every Blog Isn’t Following A Rock Solid Strategy.
Why are you afraid of any blog? People are blogging and trying to get the higher ranking in the search engine.
But the thing is that not everyone has a strategy which can help them to grow. Maybe you have a better strategy than the successful bloggers.
Who knows about the ratio of the growth rate of your blog to any other famous blog?
Trust yourself and show what you got. Follow your strategy.
#2. Not Every Blogger Is Consistent.
Consistency is the key to the positive results. It doesn’t matter whether you get the results in one month or one year.
Eventually, you will have the benefits.
If you’re thinking about the blogs which have the high authority and ruling this blogosphere then let me tell you one thing. Not every blog gets updated regularly.
If you keep your pace constant then you can definitely beat them.
#3. Not All Blogs Contain The Content As you Do.
It’s said that every topic has been covered by someone on this internet world.
But no one said that the regeneration of the old content can’t be better. It’s about sharpening your skills to improvise the old content.
The better you do it, the better would be the results.
Not every blog has the better-explained content. If you can elaborate the same topic in an informative way then what’s the deal with other blogs?
#4. Every Blog Isn’t Making Money.
One of the scariest thoughts is to start your own blog and make money.
Then you realize how much other blogs are making.
Why do you even think about something like that? People bluff and you don’t need to believe even a single line.
From the past few years, I have analyzed many blogs and bloggers, the worst part is that they flaunt about their money making blogging.
And why are you feeling self-deprived? Just concentrate on your blog and learn new ways to grow.
#5. The Market Keeps Changing.
In this era of blogging, affiliate marketing, branding, the numbers of people are growing. The market keeps changing accordingly.
You don’t need to think about how you are going to chase the people who are already on the top.
This is one of the things why you shouldn’t care about any blog or anyone. The market is not stagnant. Your time will come.
#6. Readers Are Also Increasing With The Blogs.
People talk about the growth in the number of blogs. But they never focus on the point the numbers of readers are also growing.
In this era of the internet, every single person is aware of the technology.
People want more and for more information, the blogs should increase in number. And you should try to fulfill their needs.
Are you scared of the fact that each second is the perfect time to create a new blog?
But why? Don’t you notice the increasing population of the world? Everything is growing then why can’t your blog.
#7. Each Blog Is Not In Your Native Language.
There are many languages in the world and it’s not necessary that your competition is with the blog written in your language.
Just think about it. Some people write in French, others write in German, not everyone is focusing on the mighty English language.
That’s why you shouldn’t care about any blog. Try to maintain the blog you have and hit the power button.
#8. Not Every Blog Comes in The Professional Zone.
There are millions and millions of blogs. But why are you worried?
One of the 10 blogs is considered as a professional blog. Not every blogger knows how to build a professional website.
Whether it’s about the design or the representation. The tag of a professional blog isn’t available for everyone.
If you know the ways to craft your blog like a professional then just enter in the market and show your professionalism.
Follow the website layout tips and design your blog.
#9. Every Blog Is Not For Everyone.
Each blog has it’s own targetted audience. You have to find yours.
You may be thinking about snatching the audience from any other blog. This is something you should drop out of your mind.
Just try to find the right audience for your blog and make them like it.
If you’re fond of teaching others then provide a guide, if you want to show your growth, show the graph. But never try to enter in someone’s zone.
Create your own.
#10. Not Every Blog Takes An Advantage of Social Media.
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn are the three most effective social media platforms. And you may read it many times that social media can bring a lot of traffic to your blog.
But have you ever analyzed the activity of the famous blogger?
Not every blogger is using these platforms efficiently. If you know the best ways to bring the traffic from the social media platforms then it’s your call.
That’s why you shouldn’t care about any blog other than yours. Just focus on your promotion strategy, not others.
#11. Every Blogger Is Not You.
This is something you should always keep in your mind.
There may be many blogs, many bloggers but not everyone is you. You are the one and only antique product.
You may lack in a few skills, but there may be something you can beat everyone. Be you, write what you think, share what interests you.
Show your kind gesture to your readers. Build strong bonds with them. Just enjoy being you.
Do You Still Think About Any other Blog or it’s Just You?
No one can generalize this.
You, me, everyone knows that blogging needs time and if you’re consistent enough to build your brand then you can reach the peak of your goal.
Every person has his/her own perspective. You can’t influence what they think. You can only suggest. That’s why I am trying to do.
It’s all about you, your blog, your strategies, your readers, your growth. That’s why you shouldn’t care about any blog.
Why do you think about it?
Are you still thinking about other blogs?
Glad to read your wonderful post and the facts which you have explored with this post is mind-blowing. Consistency is really major key for the positive results we should always try to aware about it. With time strategy of blogging also changing in order to make perfect accordingly market. Indeed, technology is highly responsible to maximize the number of reader to our blog and we need to craft accordingly to satisfy them. Eventually, thanks for sharing your great experience regarding this topic.
With best wishes,
There are many things you should focus on. But not anyone’s blog. Just concentrate on what you provide and the growth rate of your blog.
Thanks for stopping by.
Have a great day.
Ravi, I totally agree with you.
Each person/blogger is unique and brings something of their own to the table.
You cannot always worry about what everyone else is doing.
You have to things for yourself, and worry about YOURSELF.
I like the tips about finding your own audience, too. So TRUE!
It’s always about you and your blog. People waste their time thinking about the growth of other blogs. I mean why would anyone do that?
Always try to improve yourself, your writing style and you will rock it.
Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.
Found you on successfulblogging and I appreciate what you do with your blog. I’ve been in the digital marketing business for a long time and I understand what you are trying to communicate here.
Ironically, I’ve spent all of my digital marketing life writing for others and not much for myself. I tried, and I gave up more times than the number of posts on my blog right now.
For the last few months, however, I decided that I’d not do that. I started treating my own agency blog as the biggest client I have and then started doing to myself what I usually do for clients.
You are doing good, Ravi. I am here for you.
I always think about only one thing. If I work for anyone then what are they getting? What would happen if I invest that time for my own blog? That’s what you need to understand.
Caring about your own blog is the biggest work you can do. Focus on your company and spread it.
Thanks for stopping by.
That’s exactly what I am doing now, Ravi. I’ve spent way too much time writing for others that I neglected to do anything for myself, in terms of blogging.
We are in this journey, Bro. Let’s make it happen.
Of course, Ash.
Give your 100% and boost up your blog’s growth.
Best of luck.
No, Ravi. I’m no more thinking about other blogs. You’ve made me understand why I shouldn’t.
Doing that also waste resources.
I’m inspired. This post gives hope, bro. No wonder you are thriving.
Thanks for these facts. Great share, Ravi.
That’s what you shouldn’t do. Always look on your blog and take the necessary steps to embrace your skills. There is a certain value point at which you can stand.
I am glad that I could help you in a way.
Thanks for sharing your views.
Great post! I It was insightful and informative but most of all it was real genuine. I’m a big believer in don’t worry about what the next person is doing ,take care of your own business and everything will work out just fine. All of your reasons were great but I especially liked the last one. Thanks for sharing the inspirational post Ravi and have a super week.
That’s what you need to do. People are doing their job, you shouldn’t worry about anyone and anything.
You have your blog to think about. Generate the content and be the one at the top.
Thanks for stopping by.
I love this, Ravi. So spot on! It’s easy to get caught up in others blogs, however, we need to control our urges and focus on ours IF we want to succeed.
Thanks for sharing!
Every blogger has a dream to be the best in the segment. But they somehow get confused with the growth rate of other blogs. They should think about theirs.
Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.
Have a great day.
You have real nicely made the point that when a blogger is working on his own blog than he needs not to worry about other blogs. But the thing is most of the newbie blogger always keep focusing on the earning reports of other bloggers and lose the valuable time that they can put into growing their own blogs.
Blogger relationships are the other thing but if a person is ignoring his won blog, he always have something to loose.
One of the biggest misconceptions of the newbies is to think all about making money and dreaming about the success rate of other blogs.
You’re right. People give up their time for others and forget about their precious time.
Thanks for sharing your insight.
Hi Ravi bro,
You have brought many real things of blogging-which many newbies will take quite an amount of time to realize those.
And I can’t agree more on your point of saying about online income flaunting. Moreover, I don’t think they are true in many senses. But that is not the point, as you said we shouldn’t care about others.
All bloggers don’t have enough time for blogging-every blogger is unique in their own ways. We shouldn’t care. Thanks for making me realize them!
There are certain misconceptions people should get rid of. Why would you think about any other blog is you have your own? It doesn’t matter whether people earn millions or not.
Just think outside the box and handle your blog with care.
Thanks for the comment.