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Would you like to build a credible blog? Would you like people to return to your blog again and again?
A great way to build credibility online is by blogging, which helps people and businesses reach their audience and display their expertise and skills. But credibility isn’t something that can be attained instantly. As with everything, certain factors play a key role in making a blog trustworthy.
I wanted to find out what these factors are. So I conducted a survey in which bloggers, marketers and business owners took part and provided answers on the roles played by content, social media, RSS, comments, etc. in building credible blogs. I displayed the results in an infographic. Check it out below and use the results to create better blogs.
What do you think about the above infographic? Would you like to share any tips on building credible blogs? Please leave your comments below.
Mitt Ray is the author of the book White Paper Marketing and the founder of Social Marketing Writing, where you can download his free Pinterest Marketing Video Tutorial. Follow him on @MittRay.