Bloggers often like to think that after hitting the “Publish” button for your new blog post, swarm of readers will flow in automatically as your fans and followers waits in anticipation. Is that how it works? How can you find more ways to increase your new blog post readership?
In reality, the only people who will probably know about your latest blog post is you and your RSS subscribers. It takes around 1 to 2 days for the search engine spider to pick up your blog post and allocate a search slot for it among thousands of other web pages that are related to that same topic. No matter how amazing your blog post is, Google will probably only figure that out after a few months.
Instead of rely solely on search engines and a handful of subscribers to pump up your page view volume, you need to establish syndication connections, work out content sharing strategies and plan for targeted promotion to ensure that each piece of content gets noticed by key influencers and your ideal readers.
This infographic published by DivvyHQ is a self help guide that I hope will benefit all existing and inspiring bloggers in Singapore and Asia. I will love to hear from fellow bloggers on your views and personal tips too! Share your thoughts in the comments segment below.
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