Use Forums to Boost Your Blog’s Value
Darren Rowse - Google+ - 7 Questions People Ask When They Arrive on your Blog for… That is a decent draft checklist, but it is by no means "true". Some people will look for certain things on certain blogs, and other things on other blogs. If, for example, you spend time on explaining who you are to increase your credibility on a blog where you post funny jokes, you will simply waste screen space on something most readers will consider irrelevant. If you have a blog where you explain mathematical theorems, it is probably not of much interest to the reader if there is any Social Proof that other readers are there. That said, the list is of course useful as a list of suggestions of items you may want to cover on your blog.
The web is a busy place… it’s become tough to get noticed I think that’s why so many folks have become obsessed with the idea of “viral” content. When something takes off, it’s fun to watch… but are there any commonalities between those things that seem to take-over the internet for a short while? The Psychology Of Going Viral: 12 Proven Ways to Craft Content That Gets People Talking (About You)
6 Steps to a Loyal Blog Following
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