Check out this great post from the Novelty Revisions blog that theorizes You Might Be Craving Feedback You Don’t Actually Need
One of the most frustrating things about being a “small” creator is that even when you aren’t getting any feedback on your work, you have to keep working.
Sometimes I will publish a blog post that will absolutely tank, and other than low numbers and a lack of engagement, I have absolutely no way of knowing that this is the case — but I especially don’t have any clue whatsoever as to why that particular post performed terribly in comparison to others.
I never know if it’s a weird glitch in the system, a bad headline, or uninteresting content. I never know if it’s my writing or meta data or the photo I chose to appear as the featured preview image.
It could be all of these things. It could be none of these things. It could just be people chose that particular day not to click on my blog…
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