Blogging- Developing A Readership

English: Blogger 'cyxymu' (Georgi Jakhaia) on a World Blogging Forum in Bucharest. 1) Quality Content – Interesting content will keep your readership returning. Update your regularly. Googlebot, which is Google’s web-crawling robot loves content. The more you update your , the more frequent the search engine spiders will return to it.

2) Take part in exchange communities, like Explosion and Clicker. Ask other s for their opinion on your and take their suggestions to heart.

3) Publish an RSS/Atom/XML feed. If you’re using , you can turn on RSS feed by clicking on settings in your dashboard and then clicking on site feed and make sure that your settings are set to yes.

4) Carefully choose your subject titles, taking into consideration what other internet users may be searching for. Use keywords in your title. I suggest subscribing to Word Tracker. Their report of the most popular searches is published each Tuesday and distributed to over 30,000 subscribers. Technorati.com , is a engine that also lists the top search words. The more targeted your keywords are, the greater your return in search engines will be.

5) Involve yourself in commentBlogging Heroesing on other s. You can gain a loyal readership just by offering feedback to your fellow s. The comment feature allows you to add a link back to your as well.

6) Be sure to include your address in forum signatures and in your email signature.

7) Submit your to directories. Submit your ’s url to Technorati, Daypop, dex and Popdex.

8) Write articles. Include a resource box in your article and submit it to article directories such as iSnare.com

9) If you’re using ging software such as , there is an option to notify the central update services (such as s.com) whenever you’ve made a new entry to your . Make sure that this option is turned on! In , click on publish in your dashboard and make sure that your settings are set to yes under notify s. Alternatively, you can go to ping-o-matic.com and send out a ping each time you update your . This lets everyone know that you’ve just updated your .

10) Link to other s. Use services like rolling, which is similar to linking. rolling allows you to maintain an updated list of your favorite s. But, don’t build a long roll of sites that you have no intention of returning to. There is nothing more annoying then visiting a that has a humongous roll.

Be patient, traffic doesn’t happen overnight. The best way that I’ve found to increase traffic is by getting to know people. Spend what free time that you have, reading s, leaving feedback and building friendships. Try to leave comments on the s that you visit as often as you can. While you are waiting for the traffic to come, just enjoy ging. You’ll be improving your writing in the process. Eventually you’ll build a network of not just readers, but friends and loyal supporters. ging is not just about marketing; it’s about creating lasting relationships.

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English: ‘cyxymu’ (Georgi Jakhaia) on a World ging Forum in Bucharest. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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