When it comes to working within the world of internet marketing, there is a point of contention. There is a point where you need to stop doing what you’re doing, and start pulling the plug. In the blogging world, there are a lot of points where people hit a wall. They either continue to go forward, or they stop altogether. There are points that you need to really consider what you’re going to do next and whether you really should keep trumpeting the same thing over and over again. It’s with that in mind that you should look at the following elements, and see if these reasons are on your list that should call you to reset or rethink everything.
Your Blog Is Dead
A dead blog is a site that you update and get zero hits from. You may have thousands of pages, and if you do, with no real traffic, it’s time to put everything away. Don’t continue to publish things on a site that has no way of coming up to help you. If you’re publishing to help with marketing on any level, you need to change your plan and reset your blog. Take the content, and put it somewhere else, or just delete everything and get to a new locale.
The Niche Is Stale
There are some niches that are no longer in demand. They are so bad that you end up wanting to just walk away completely. Your blog may have been a hot commodity once, but if it has recently been part of the end of the cycle of a past niche, it’s time to give up. There are still people trumpeting the end of the world was in 2012, and they are losing money and visitors daily. Don’t trumpet on old niches, it’s tired.
If your focus has shifted, if you’re lost amidst blogging altogether, it’s time to stop. Don’t keep publishing content on a site that you are not passionate about, and don’t really want to work on. If you really don’t want to publish any longer, stop it. Don’t publish pages and updates on sites that you’ve lost your focus on and you just don’t want to do any longer. It’s not a good thing to keep trying to shoehorn your passion into an arena that it’s not in.
The above are just 3 reasons to stop blogging. When in doubt, just don’t go forward. Stop pushing updates when you just don’t want to do it any longer.