Then wait for them to come, wait some more, and wait again, for readers to come and comment. Do you want that faster audience growth and attention for your blog? Well…
Can you be a proactive blogger?
Yes, you can be a down-to-business blogger with faster audience growth!
That means reaching out to fellow bloggers, writing unique and great content, as you start to build visibility and credibility. Not having to wonder if that reader will come and comment, because you know how to make faster audience growth happen!
- I’ve read that original, engaging, content is simply the most important factor of all in attracting more readers, traffic, to your site.
When you get thoughtful comments, knowing that your readers ‘get’ what you’re saying, then you know you are resonating with your audience. That’s very encouraging!
Building those blogger relationships will inspire you as your fellow bloggers will also be beneficial in:
- Promoting and sharing your posts.
- Providing assistance when you’re feeling stuck.
- Urging you to keep going.
Just the comments I receive from my fellow bloggers, including the shares, inspire me to continue! And I am very grateful.
Ok – Now that I’ve said that content is the most important factor, it’s not the only important factor!
What’s your site look like when your readers arrive?
Here’s a couple of actions I put to work for myself a few months back…
- Get a clean and simple theme on your site.
- Larger font size – I increased mine to font size 14.
Golden Tip: Increase your font size and have more editing tools, using a plugin called Ultimate TinyMCE – and go to your settings once you’ve activated it to see the other great editing tools.
Grow your blog – get faster audience growth!
You’ve heard me and other bloggers talk about keywords, well a lot, I’m sure.
Because keywords can do a lot to grow your blog’s online presence, and help make it a successful blog.
I’ve written a couple of posts on keywords specifically for bloggers who may not yet fully understand what keywords are and how they can use keywords most effectively >>> You may take a look at my latest post “Still Discovering More Keywords”.
Get routines to grow for faster audience growth!
Posting updated, quality, keyword rich, unique content that is well written can be both time consuming and demanding.
– No new content being produced on a regular basis (minimum 3x a week, DAILY at best), will cause your traffic stats to drop like a rock.
Golden Tip: There are a few ways that some bloggers use when it comes to creating blog content; writing it yourself, outsourcing it, or using PLR (Private Label Rights) content. I describe PLR a bit in my next post at
Hope your blog finds a spectacular increase in readers, comments, and subscribers soon.
You can leave a question or comment below in the comments section, you already know I so enjoy that.
If you’re ready to take your blog to a bigger audience, you can do just that as you learn more about blogging, Social Media, and promoting your blog at the Blogging Mastermind Community <== Click on the words. And, ask me how you can use Social Media better for your Blogging!
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Certified Business Coach, Intuitive Strategist ~ As a Social Media Manager and Coach, I do the work for you and/or train corporations and small businesses how to set up their blog and a Social Media Marketing Plan around their blog/website as their business hub. As a Social Media Marketing Expert, I teach Relationship Marketing and Social Media Mastery, consulting and speaking services for corporate, business owners, and conscious entrepreneurs around the globe!
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