How to Get More People to Read Your Content

It can be disheartening to pour your heart and soul into a written piece, only to see it barely get 10 reads. However, convincing more people to read your content is simpler than what most people think. With that in mind, here are a few steps to bump up the number of readers following your blog.

Edit Your Work

Nothing reduces the readers’ interest perhaps more than grammatical and typographical errors. Allot an hour or two to get away from your computer before editing and posting your content. Doing so will allow you to shift into the reader’s perspective, making you objective when you edit your work. If you build a reputation of posting high-quality, informative content, more and more people will be inclined to read your future works.

On a related note: stop relying on those squiggly, colored lines that word programs use to indicate errors. Even computers make mistakes.

Timely Posts

Why wait for someone to discover your work if you can share it on Facebook (and other social media sites) yourself? After all, there’s nothing wrong with giving your followers a little nudge toward your direction. Just be sure to post at a time when your target audience is online, or your posts will be buried alive under fresher updates.

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About pdgworldmarketing

Patrick is a local internet marketing & Local search expert. He helps ensure are reputation is always in good standing and the company image is portrayed and communicated correctly.

Posted on May 5, 2014, in Business, Internet Marketing, Online Marketing and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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