The polar opposite of that is when you land on a blog and something just feels right. You start scrolling through their old posts, their photos inspire you and suddenly it's been two hours and you realise you haven't moved from your spot. That feeling is what inspired this post.
I started thinking, what separates an unmemorable blog from a memorable one? What's the difference between a good blog and a great one?
With great photography comes great responsibility....just kidding, but be mindful of the size of the shots on your blog as well because I think when it comes to blog photos size does matter. No one wants to squint to see the detail in a photo but you also don't really want a picture of someone's forearm take up the entirety of your laptop screen either.
I get that some people feel like clickbait titles are the best way to draw people in, but I think they're misleading and a cheap tactic. Clickbait titles annoy most people and turn them off, and there's no way that the best blogs out there are getting their page views by using constant clickbait. Try to create interesting titles that'll still draw people in, but be practical and honest with your titles depending on what you're content is like.
What do you look for in a blog?