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How to Get More Readers on Your Blog

In the past few years, blogging has been gaining much speed. Blogs are now becoming a common thing among many people with some owning blogs for fun while others own blogs to generate income with their blog posts. One thing that is common among all bloggers is the need to reach a wider audience. It is so disappointing when you spend hours trying to come up with something for people to read and end up getting seven clicks after two days. This is especially challenging for people who blog with the hope of earning some money from it. Bloggers therefore need to find ways to reach a bigger audience by finding ways to promote their content. You can follow these tips to increase traffic on your blog.

Try content syndication. Contrary to common belief, it is possible to republish your content somewhere else. It is hindered by the idea that the content will be flagged for plagiarism. However, your search engine optimization remains unchanged if you are republishing your content on a site that is high enough authority and it is clear that they are republishing your content. Syndicating your content is simply republishing through a third party. It has been around for a long time and it can help you reach a wider audience through a larger print venue.

Try using YouTube. Creating a video version of your content can go a long way in helping you reach a wider audience. You are sure of reaching the audience since video content accounts for eighty percent of the total internet traffic. It is much easier to create a video now more than ever provided that you have a good smart phone, proper lighting like the sun, a quick editor and a good microphone.

Email can still work for you. There were days when you could pick a CD at a blockbuster and get a few months of free dial up internet. In the same days, you could get a “You’ve Got Mail” notification since the email inbox could not hold as many emails. Today, however, emails have changed significantly. You can still depend on an email newsletter to push your content. However, not everyone is going to view it as some will delete it almost as immediately as they get it. Almost seventy six percent of the total subscribers make a purchase directly from their email meaning that it an effective marketing technique.