A loyal blog reader is worth a dozen one-time visitors, if not more. A blog's subscription numbers are a fair indication of the site's strength. Below are five ways to convert occasional readers into loyal subscribers.
Are you part of a non-profit organization? Do you espouse or promote a particular advocacy? Do want your group and your cause to be heard by more people? Do you want to increase your online presence? If you answered yes to any or all of the questions above, then perhaps it's time for you to consider advocacy blogging as a potent means of getting your message across – whether to raise more funds for your activities, to bring bigger awareness to your advocacy or to gather more volunteers who share in your cause.
Guest blogging has long been established as an effective method of improving your SEO (search engine optimisation) through link building and a good way to reach a new audience. Thanks to fantastic blogs such as DailySEOtip.com who allow you to submit guest articles, such as this one, you can increase your influence on your chosen subjects as well as drive traffic to your own website which is ultimately the aim of any SEO activity.
When my first website began capturing between 2 - 5 email subscribers per day I started to notice something different about my readership. The biggest difference: I was actually receiving emails from subscribers! Now that I've been building email lists for roughly three years across multiple markets, I can tell you that based on experience reader emails usually fit into four different categories: Praise, Questions, Life Story, and Not Nice.
If you are interested in making money online, you may decide to do some research about the best ways to do this. When doing this, you will realize that there are many people who have a negative attitude towards blogging as a form of making money. Some of the concerns that some of these people raise include the fact that blogging may not bring in as much money as they want. However, the fact of the...
Some bloggers are obsessed with attracting new visitors to their blogs and resort to any methods to achieve this goal. However, it can hardly be called the ultimate goal of a really professional blogger. The trickiest part of blogging is not to attract a lot of visitors, but to turn at least one percent of those attracted into subscribers, therefore, into constant readers, therefore, into potential source of new visitors.