What to do with your not-so-great blogs

As a blogger, it’s critical to write the best posts to attract more people and keep your audience. But no one – not even the perfect blogger – can write amazing blogs every time. So, what do we do with the not-so-great ones?

Do we delete them? That’d clean up the clutter, but wouldn’t that also show that we’re not as consistent about posting as we claim? Is it good for our integrity to say we deleted some then when people question how much we post? But not posting at a consistent rate also could show that we’re not dedicated.

It seems that bad blogs are more like a double edged sword. No matter what, we might get some criticism from it, but we’ll still try our best and write more at some point.

What do you do with your not-so-great blogs? What do you think about deleting blogs? Leave a comment below!

14 thoughts on “What to do with your not-so-great blogs

  1. Thanks for sharing!
    When I feel like my blog is not ‘as good as it should be’, I ask my friends or my sister to review it to make it better, it’s always good to add other people’s inputs into consideration…

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    1. I used to be the same way. I had someone review like every blog I had for a while until I realized that I didn’t need someone’s approval to post. But having that extra judgement helped me feel like my blogs were gonna do better.

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  2. I’m just honest and say this will be rubbish because of whatever reason, or I have a break. Regulars will always come back and opportunities will be there no matter what. I’ve found it actually helpful. I had fortnight off once and came back to an email from a HBO researcher who found one of my book reviews on Chernobyl, he offered me his book to review too. Sometimes a break can be a good thing.

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