You should probably spend some time looking at this research on the left and take to heart some of the findings, because the changes you could make (some of them very easily) could have a significant impact on your blog-appeal and developing brand.
Of course, it goes without saying that the report is for “young adult internet users worldwide” so it doesn’t necessarily reflect what a very young or older crowd sees in terms of brand appeal, but it’s probably close.
Some of the things that I hope I’m accomplishing with this particular blog is establishing the top 3.
I hope I’m consistently providing good quality posts that are of high value to the readers.
I hope, as a result, the readers are beginning to find it trustworthy.
And I honestly spend more time than you could possibly imagine on performancing, or making this blog become a speed-machine and search-engine-friendly monster.
In fact, I just spend a few hundred dollars on a worldclass server admin to tweak and tune the heck out of it.
What this means is that I’m willing to pay for excellence and expertise that is beyond even my level of understanding and configuration.
I don’t think enough of us spend enough time on performancing like we should.
Apparently this isn’t the case.