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"Create quality content"

That's the biggest bullshit I have heard. What an easy cop out. Your website's not ranking high? Well, create quality content. Focus on the user. Who gives a shit about the user? Not me. You need to do what you want. If you create shitty content, guess what, there's still going to be a market for it because there might be like-minded people like you who gravitate toward the type of stuff you find interesting. I say write for yourself. Write as if you are talking to yourself. Your goal shouldn't be to have a blog that monetizes. You should just write so that it makes you a better writer. If you keep writing, you will get better at writing. You might even pick a book up about writing. You might research more about writing. Don't create content for others, create content for yourself. You can't control what others like but you can control what you like so if you like what you write, who cares about others? They'll be on your site one day and onto another site the next day. If you write for yourself, you truly become passionate about your writing and that's really what shows through. If you are passionate enough, it will show in your writings and now you're more likely to get readers.

Anytime you read "create quality content" you should interpret this as "I don't know". It's such a cliche answer that it pisses me off that these dipshits can't admit they don't know. So if you ask me "why is my website not getting any visitors" I would simply tell you I don't know. There could be so many reasons why you're website isn't getting the traffic you want. Primarily it's because nobody knows you. You're not famous enough or rich enough to where people want to hear what you have to say. The general population only wants to hear what rich people and famous people have to say and that's it. If you're not rich, or famous, you don't exist in most people's eyes. So quit trying to create content to satisfy others and create content to satisfy yourself.


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