How To Be A Terrible Blogger In 4 Easy Steps

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Use Lame Titles

Use titles like, blog post 3, flower post, today’s post, etc. Real generic and never exciting. This is the first step to becoming a terrible blogger, it sets the stage for what’s to come.

Write Long Winded Posts

People are busy and we know from 5 Tips To Effective Web Writing that people only scan when they read on the internet. This means you should write a novel! Nothing compares to scrolling endlessly, never to reach the end of your post because you have filled it with so much generic content. Be sure to write about stuff that has nothing to do with your blog post title, if you used a really lame one in the first step that should be no problem!

Don’t Link To Anything!

You don’t want to help your readers find anything they may be interested in so you should definitely not link to any of your other posts. Just mention them and make your readers click through all your pages and read your terrible titles so they have no idea how to find anything. Perfect!

Forget Your Friends And Don’t Share Your Post

You have Facebook, Twitter and eMail right? Of course you do, now don’t use them. Don’t tell anyone about your post, especially the people most likely to read and share your post, your friends.

If you followed these simple tips you should be well on your way to becoming a super terrible blogger. For added effect be sure to only add new posts every couple months.

Do you know of any other ways you can be a terrible blogger? Share them with us in the comments.

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