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Whether we like it or not, there is a learning curve to mom blogging.  No one's perfect and that means sometimes we make mistakes. What is the biggest mistake you've ever made as a blogger?

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Not sticking to the first blog I ever started, it's the only blog-moment I regret.

Spending way too much time using Blogger.com as my platform before switching to WordPress. It's a pain to learn at first, but worth it ladies.

Not watermarking my images.  I had an image pinned on pinterest and consultants starting using it as their own…and linking it to their business sites.  I still get very frustrated thinking about it, but lesson learned.  

I think the biggest mistake I've made is completely shutting down some of my social media (mostly Facebook) and newsletter when I "quit" blogging. I had over 200 subscribers and over 4000 Facebook followers. At that time, my family was going through a lot of hardship and I just felt like I couldn't continue blogging. Well, about 3 months in, I started missing my blog & followers, and decided to start up again. The hard part? I had to regain my FB followers (which I haven't even reached 500 yet) and my newsletter subscribers (haven't hit 70). It killed my readership, but luckily, I am working my way up again.... slowly.

We've all done that at some degree or another. It's so important to just keep going even if things look bleak. 

Great reminder!

Oh wow, I never even thought about getting hacked! I will be backing up my stuff too. Good advice!

LOL! Totally agree with this! I get as much traffic posting once or twice a week than I did when I posted daily....and I don't get burnt out.

My biggest mistake is not having good quality pictures. I am a visual person, so I need to try harder on creating more interesting photos for the blog.

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