Blogging is a useful tool in getting more people to read your blog and coming back to read it. From the first word you wrote on your blog, you have to write consistently to get to your audience, and once there, you can often reach them with a comment. With blogging, you can encourage your audience to engage with you and come back, and it makes it easy to create a community.
One of the most important things in getting followers back is creating a good first impression, and then getting them to feel like you’re interested in what they have to say, too. A lot of people on social media sites see people reading, commenting and liking what they post and they don’t feel like they can engage with them as much as they might like, so some things you can do to get people to feel like they’re reading a blog from you is to comment and share posts that you find interesting, and link to other bloggers and websites that you think are great. People can respond to what you’re blogging about in a more personal way that’s a little more authentic and meaningful when they see that you’re reading and responding to what they’re saying.
Keeping people engaged can be a little tricky because you can’t just have an unapologetic agenda, but sometimes it makes sense to ask questions that make people think a little. In the beginning when you’re getting started, I would suggest people start a little differently, and ask questions that you don’t already know the answers to in order to get people to engage with you, and at the same time, get them thinking, talking and coming back to see what you’re blogging about next.
Not all posts should be more long-winded, and you need to know when to limit yourself and if you want to keep an unapologetic agenda that sometimes may be hard to separate from what’s a blog post worth. Sometimes, you have to make a decision at the beginning of a post if you’re going to write longer than you want, or if you want to get to the point quickly.
When you reach the point you want to reach, you should keep it short, too, and you can ask for questions from people in a separate comment so it doesn’t feel like you’re giving them the answers right away. If you want to encourage people to comment, and if they’re likely to follow your blog, you can ask them to come back again and again, and then when you write a longer post you can use that to build your community and to keep people coming back. You can give people answers to specific questions and ask them to ask you questions in a separate comment.
It’s important to have your blog posts geared toward your audience’s needs. You can sometimes write a post that has one topic, and then once you’ve written that post, you can look at what you’ve already published and think about what would be helpful for your readers, what they’re talking about, and then you can continue to write blog posts around those topics. You can read blogs and get ideas and ideas from other blogs, too.
Blogging can be a great way to connect with people, and there are ways that you can make your blog something that people want to come back to every day, and feel like you’re a part of the community.
How is My Blogging Journey?
During my blogging journey, I started to get these questions about how to get traffic, and the answers I was giving were based on how many people were coming to my blog. I tried to make my blog a community-based site, but I was trying to make it as big as I could and I was writing about every niche there was at one point. When you start to get traffic that’s based on certain topics that are related to your blog, that can happen, and you can have that happen and be successful at that.
A lot of the time, it’s about developing a community on your blog and not making it so much about yourself, and trying to reach out to the community to keep the community coming back and getting engaged with you. If you can get that going on your blog, it can build the community around your blog and that can make your blog very successful.
When you have traffic from the community around your blog, it’s a lot easier to keep people engaged on your blog, and it keeps people coming back.