May 20, 2022

5 Biggest Problems Bloggers Face and How to Tackle Them

The unfortunate truth is that most new bloggers fail because they encounter a wide range of challenges. In particular, it's a pain to peruse prominent blogs and see a wide range of abilities and talents on display: clever arguments in the comments, amazing writing, stunning photography, and engaging videos. Remember that if you ever feel discouraged from starting something because other people are ahead of you, have the confidence to do something new. Aside from that, those sites are likely run by a team of experts. You can't have everything you want.

Once you get beyond the initial pep talk, let's focus on one of the most important qualities needed for a new blogger to succeed: optimism. Almost often, there is a way out of each situation that arises. As a result, let's take a closer look at the 10 most common problems faced by bloggers and the alternatives they provide.

  • The lack of a specific blog subject and specialty

  • Poor quality content

  • Style of writing

  • Voice

  • Plagiarism 

The lack of a specific blog subject and specialty

The first and most critical step in starting a blog is selecting an appropriate subject matter. Many new bloggers fall short in this area because they are hesitant to reduce the scope of their site. In order to be successful, you need to have a certain focus for your blog, whether that focus is on beauty, hairdo, fashion, or photography. Make a mental list of all of your favorites, or just the ones you've read before. It's important for readers to know exactly what you're promising. As a result, as soon as a personal blog gains a sizable following, it gets classed and branded. 

⁠A good solution is to take additional care while selecting and placing the foundation stones of a structure. To be successful at blogging, it's critical that you pick a niche and stay with it. Make a list of all the things you enjoy and are passionate about before you do anything else. You'll need to evaluate each issue in terms of personal value and understanding, as well as the competition. You'll be able to focus on a particular subject this way. Be as descriptive as you can when describing the problem. Make sure it's not too specific that it becomes tedious for you or your readers will desert you halfway through.

Poor quality content

The importance of high-quality material cannot be overstated. It's your best tool for grabbing readers' attention and holding it. Poor content can be a major issue. Also, keep in mind that quality vs. quantity is a very real tradeoff. There may be exceptions, but in general, the original report you spent three days drafting is superior to the pleasant shower idea.

To write a good article, you must have a genuine interest in the subject matter and be inspired to do so. Do you know why you're drawn to a particular topic? In what ways is this specific narrative tack valuable or distinctive? It's important to keep in mind that, in the end, you're writing for your audience, so don't forget that. Make sure you know why your article is essential to the target audience, what is fashionable or important about the issue, and how your ideal reader will be changed or affected by reading it.

⁠Style of writing

You don't have to be a professional writer to blog, but if your writing style is boring, monotonous, academic, or anything similar, it might be an issue for you as a blogger.

The greatest method to enhance your writing is to write how you talk, even if it seems like a cliche. Your speech will be more appealing if you keep it brief and uncomplicated.


In order to keep your readers engaged, you must have a distinct voice on your site. Defining yourself and your blog by using a consistent voice in all of your posts is a great approach to attracting readers who are interested in what you have to say. However, because you have so many different ways of expressing yourself, it might be difficult to nail down just one perfect vocal tone.

What you need to do is figure out who your audience is. When it comes to selecting your voice, knowing whether you're speaking to angsty teens, professional photographers, or gourmet chefs is critical. Researching the culture and lingo of your target audience is essential once you've narrowed down your audience.


Sometimes it's difficult to shake the idea that all the finest music, books, and artwork have already been written. No matter what you do, you'll discover that someone else had the exact same idea as you and that you were, in fact, infringing on their intellectual property the entire time. No way to show that you've never heard of him! If you want to succeed in blogging, avoid plagiarism at all costs.

This is one of the most difficult challenges to solve. You should read more to broaden your horizons and become more aware of what others have already written. If utilized correctly, paraphrasing may be a powerful weapon. But that doesn't mean that just substituting a few words with equivalents for the same concept would be effective. If you're unsure about a certain notion or formulation, it's crucial to check it out and not be hesitant to quote and reference, if necessary.

Winding Up 

Now you're fully prepared for the 5 pitfalls that await nearly every new blogger. The good news is that you know how to fix them. So, be patient, and your efforts will eventually be rewarded, and you'll join the ranks of the most well-known blogs in the world.

Radhika Khurana - eveIT

Radhika Khurana

Marketing Head, eveIT

Radhika is eveIT's Marketing Head and a certified content writer based out of Chandigarh, India. She is a core member of eveIT and has been a profound Fashion and Lifestyle Content writer for quite some time now. Her Instagram handle is @thatquirkycurl



Blogging is a full-time profession that demands devotion, patience, creativity, commitment, marketing abilities, and a whole host of other attributes.

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