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There is only one reason why you shouldn't blog

Blogs are popular but good ranking blogs and well read blogs, for that matter, are only few. Nobody can say that quality counts when blogging about any particular subject or niche. However, even when visitors send your posts to StumbleUpon or promote them in Twitter, one thing is capital when we talk about content. Franklin Bishop gives you the 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Blog but for us all comes to a single one, the most important of all.

Do not even start a blog if you are a really bad writer. Period.

"You’re full of wonderful blog post ideas, but you know you are a terrible writer. Unfortunately, no matter how practical and valuable your ideas, if you cannot write coherently, you shouldn’t blog. Paying someone who can write to blog for you is an expensive exercise. More importantly, the essence of you simply cannot be portrayed in the same manner. Bite the bullet and learn! Learning to write well will benefit many areas of your business, not just your blog."

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