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Blogging,  Impact,  Performance,  Uncategorized

How to Get Viewers to Your Blog

If you’ve just started a blog where you can share your ideas, opinions, and skills while interacting with individuals who share your interests, you might be wondering, “How can I get viewers to my site?”

There are various tactics for attracting new readers to your blog, but not all of them work for all blogs. Consider your content before deciding on the best path for your website.

Advertisements Can Aid in Promoting Your Blog

If you’re blogging for business rather than pleasure, you might be able to include the URL on your business cards. Even if you’re just blogging for fun, you’ll want to advertise if you want to make some money with AdSense or the Amazon affiliate program. In that instance, you may not want to include your blog on your business card, but you will still gain from promotion.

If you have a Twitter account, make it a goal to gain new followers every day who could be interested in what you’ve posted. Send an update with a link with each post. You can also link from your Instagram, LinkedIn, or Facebook account. Of course, you won’t only publish links to your blogs; tweet or update your status with other funny or useful blurbs on a regular basis.

Word of Mouth Goes a Long Way

This is a simple one. Tell your friends about it. Tell their friends about it. If you believe your hairdresser or cashier could be interested in your chosen topic, ask them. If your blog is linked to your business, you might wish to include the URL in your outgoing mail signature line or with the materials you send to potential clients.

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Visit Other Blogs to Comment

Spend some time looking for blogs and forums with visitors who share your interests. When leaving comments on other people’s blogs, make sure you’re logged in under your blog’s URL. This will allow others who enjoy your smart or humorous comments to find your site by clicking on your username.

Create a signature line in forums you frequent to promote your blog with each comment.

Keep in mind that going to someone else’s blog and saying, “Come check out my blog at…” followed by a URL is bad blog etiquette. Consider your remarks carefully. You’ll encourage others to click on your account without risking being labeled as a “spammer.”

Offer to Blog for Other Sites with Your Bio

If you can locate websites that accept content from guest bloggers or freelancers, submit content to them, being sure to include the name of your blog and the website address in your biography.

This method works for most topics, though it may not be the greatest option if your blog is more personal. It is, nevertheless, great for individuals who are enthusiastic about a pastime or industry and are well-versed in it.

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Focus on Solving Problems

Remember that once you’ve figured out how to get people to read your blog, you’ll need to keep them coming back for more. On a frequent basis, update your content and respond to comments placed on your blog. Establish a relationship with your readers to ensure that they return and tell their friends about your blog.

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