Aside from being a fun hobby, what is the point of having a blog? The answer is to draw readers. Whether you are selling advertising, a product, or just your own set of ideas, you want as large a readership as possible with most blogs. So if that is the case, then it is important to know how to draw readers to your blog. There are a number of ways to increase the readership of your blog. Here are four tips that will help you to increase your blog readership that are easy to do and will definitely pay off for you.
Next thing you should take into account is the average odds for your picks. It’s different if you bet on a soccer team to win at 2.00 odds and if you bet on a long shot golfer to win a big tournament at 20.00. In the second case a larger bankroll is needed to withstand likely longer losing runs. On the other side, if your bet is a winner then you win a nice amount.
If they continue listening, they’ve learned more about you than they would have by visiting your website or reading your articles, eZines or Norwegian food posts. That’s because they don’t spend that much time with you, when they are reading. But, when they are listening, they can be multi-tasking – maybe they will be eating dinner or cleaning or just relaxing in their pajamas.
Take that same keyword and add it into the title of your article. This is the area of your article you want to get people to read and want to click for more info. Try and put your keyword and a benefit in the title.
The White House along with many of the ‘tenured’ Republicans are working with some of the biggest multinational corporations to change our patent system to become like Europe and Japan. The U.S Patent Chief David Kappos is an elitist and cares nothing for the little guy that is trying to make in in America. He was just in London telling other elitists that our Constitution Patent clause is SO 19th century and “bizarre” and that we need to be more into “global harmonization”. Those words to some may sound warm and fuzzy but the reality is very much the opposite.
A lot of stories I hear about failed attempts to work from home follow a similar path. The person sets up the business, does some marketing, has everything ready to go, and then nothing happens. So they quit. I always ask them how long this all took, and they usually respond with something like a few days, or weeks.
Read your competitors. Start subscribing to several competing blogs. If you find yourself to be writing on similar topics, you can provide the competing blogs link love.
By giving comments, eventually you will find that circle of bloggers that will comment back. Those are the ones that you want to pay attention to. Those who actually took the time to read, comment, and revisit your site.