Are you experiencing a lack of growth on your blog and not sure why? I’m here to share 3 reasons why your blog isn’t growing so that you can get down to the bottom of the problem and start seeing more results.
3 Reasons Your Blog Isn’t Growing
Reason #1: You’re not sharing it
One of the most common reasons why you’re not growing your website traffic is that you’re not putting the word out enough. I’m sure you have heard the saying “build it and they’ll come” and honestly, that couldn’t be further from the truth when it comes to your website. You have to put the word out there whether it’s on social media, Pinterest, or through your network – it’s the only way you’ll be able to start growing your website traffic because no one is going to know you even exist if you don’t share it.
Reason #2: You aren’t consistent with your posting schedule
Your growth will start to become stagnant if you’re super inconsistent with your posting because people will get tired of checking your website to see if you posted each week and coming up empty so I recommend posting at least once a week to keep it consistent and keep your audience always coming back for more.
Reason #3: You’re not resonating with your audience
One reason this may be so is if you’re writing what you want to write about but not what your audience wants to hear about. Let’s be real here, we’re all selfish so if the blog we are reading doesn’t solve some sort of problem for us, then we probably won’t be tuning in for too long.
Are you making any of these mistakes? Please feel free to let me know down in the comments.