As a professional blogger for two years now, I’ve actively engaged in the blogosphere and watched many writers come and go. In fact, if I had to make an educated guess, I’d venture to say that less than 10% of all blogs live to see their first birthday. Quite sad, isn’t it? So the question is why?





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Written by HotelMktgROI
3875 days ago

Great post Tristan! You are right, passion is key.



Written by swssem
3878 days ago

I agree with your list, but I wouldn't pass this post on to the beginning blogging clients I coach, as the headline is too discouraging!



Written by joseharten
3879 days ago

Great information as well; the title was a little scary to begin with, especially as mine hasn’t reached its first birthday yet! I don’t want it to disappear into the cloud of the internet, I want it to survive and thrive!

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Written by angshaf
3880 days ago

Just started blogging not too long ago. Thanks for the post, great info and makes you think of where you want your blog to go.



Written by BusinessBloggerPro
3881 days ago

Sad but true about the short life of many blogs. I can unfortunately say that from experience. And at least one of your 10 points sinks most bloggers. Just because the platform makes it easy for everyone to publish, doesn't mean everybody will.



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