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Nobody is perfect and we all let it slip sometimes, but blog posts that are full of bad spelling and wrong grammar can be a major turn-off. Letting spell-check run or editing aren’t asking too much, are they?
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Not disclosing relationships with companies or payment for sponsored posts, does not go down well with Britain’s bloggers. The majority of us doesn’t have anything against reviews and paid for links, but we want to know, if another blogger has received payment or a product in return for their post.
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In a niche like parent blogging, it is no surprise that we’ll sooner or later will blog about the same or a similar topic, but if you read a blog post and write something in response, crediting the original post will be really appreciated. Lifting someone’s blog post and giving it out as your own won’t though, so don’t even think about it.
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They offer you ‘Free and unbeatable content in exchange for a link’ and tell you that your blog will benefit from it. Shame that bloggers are quite happy to create unique content themselves. “SEO ‘experts’, go home” is a chant most bloggers are singing, especially when they are trying to threaten UK bloggers with US laws.
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Do this, do that, don’t forget to do this and don’t you do that. Bloggers telling other bloggers what to do, do not have a massive fan base – simply because most of us love to blog by our own rules.
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Obviously this is just a collection of thoughts and in no way meant as criticism on any blogger. I like to think that we all have our own little space on the internet and what we make of it, is entirely up to us as an individual – that’s the great thing about blogging. Of course, the one or the other issue will get on our nerves, but what annoys the hell out of me, might be perfectly acceptable for the other.
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