Tuesday, April 11

10 reasons why your blog/website have little or no views

Have you ever wondered why your blog/websites get little or no view? It's annoying right, oh wait so frustrating and makes you depressed to the extent that you wonder if social influencing is for you?

Now get a paper and pen, as you read, answer every question in this post with a question mark (?) on your paper or below the comment field.

There is a solution to this, but first, let's recall, before you started your blog/website, what was your aim? There are so many things to put into consideration before starting a blog but many people are just triggered by the name of having a website/blog, it was love at the 1st sight that died with time, some lack focus and the patience to keep it going, whichever is yours let's fix it.

Building a good audience may take more time than you expect but you can make it faster by correcting your mistakes. The starter pack is seeing positivity in everything, this is a kick start to everything we do in life.

1. You have to love something to put more interest and devote your time to doing it. Why do you blog? What do you blog about? How do you blog? When you can answer these questions your 40% ahead to building good traffic.

2. If you are just starting, you have to learn how to build your audience, analyze what, which words and contents bring the most views. This is where patience and persistence come in. You will not have thousands of people turning up the next day to read your blog if you have only just started blogging. It is a journey of many steps and this is where your consistency will be tested as you build traffic one step at a time.

3. Headlines are very important factors when trying to drive more traffic to your blog, you can imagine being given a book with an unattractive title, 30% of your interest is dropped. When titling your post, be strategic, make your audience inquisitive and let the words be calling. This helps your post get reshared and your article get more clicks.

4. I get lots of emails asking how do I get more views/traffic? Hey, you little social butterfly, are you posting frequently enough? how can we know you, get acquainted with your articles, when we can not remember the last time you posted an article. Do you just write an article when the mood suits you? some say I have to be in the mood, then you just have to wait for the world to also be in the mood to read your article. If you want people to become regular readers of your blog then you need to be consistent. Have you noticed that Magazines comes out every week and some every month? Newspapers come out every day, hail, snow or shine. Post regularly and be consistent by so doing you will build a loyal readership. 

Note: Updating your articles more frequently doesn't only help you build a good audience but helps those who want to write more professionally and attracts more branding favour to you.

5. Get focused, know your market area, if you want to be versatile build one after the other, do not rush into everything, let's know you for one thing 1st before you rush into another area of social influence. 

6. Have you ever sat down to read your articles/post or contents, sincerely what do you think? Bad, Good and Excellent? If you are writing articles that people find boring or irrelevant, then you have missed the line. It is not hard to change. There are several ways to put life into your content. Example, by listening to your audience and helping solve their problems and maybe even entertaining them by asking questions, telling stories and making videos.

7. One of the strengths of social media is its power and leverage to get your content out to other platforms and channels where your audience is hanging out. So put your videos on YouTube, post your articles to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and don’t forget others like Technorati and Digg. Use your blog as a home base, distribute and leverage your content to your social media outposts. Go to where your potential audience is Facebook has over 600 million users, now that is an audience.
Try to build at least three online platforms that can help drive significant traffic to your blog/website.


8. Hey big boss, how far have you gone? Too big to engage with others, ok let's see how that goes. A quick tool to getting into the community if you are new to blogging is by commenting on other blogs, giving interviews to top bloggers or successful people either online or in person. Ask to be a guest blogger. Take advantage of other people’s network. 

9 A Reader is a leader, no matter how smart you are, read about the success of others already ahead of you, this gives you more information on the best way you can possibly be.

10. It's better when you are recognized as a brand and not just a person. When you think of Melody Jacobs, what comes to your mind? She is a fashion and lifestyle blogger.

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