Blog Themes: How To Lure Your Community

For all of my fellow bloggers out there in the blogosphere and the wee ones that are just getting started (I am just a wee toddler in this but growing faster than ever), how do you like to drive traffic to your blog like the experts? If so, then this article is for you.

You might want to talk occasionally about your personal situation, rather if it relates to the niche topic, so that you may reach your readers on a personal level. A blog is a lot more interesting if the reader can relate to the author personally. So be private to some degree but not so much that your entire blog consists of overly personal content.

I could go on and list hundreds of different sites to join to help boost your site. I believe the important thing is that you spend some time and connect networks, social networking sights, and forums where others have similar interests as you. You may find which ones are a good fit for you and will tweek what sites you spend your valuable time on!

Write at least once each week, or even more. If and when your blog begins to increase in popularity, you’ll find that you will need to be on top of it on a daily basis. There will be a constant desire for new info in addition to many opinions to be addressed. Needless to say, if you get to a stage where your blog requires more than an hour a day of your focus, you will be glad to do the job.

Dress up your remarks. Even if you don’t have any subscribers, you can be assured that comment spammers will find you. Comment spammers are the men dropping off-topic advertisements for Viagra and weight loss pills in the comments of your blog. Nothing kills the capacity of a Q&A to attract new links such as a spammy site. And nothing says’spammy site’ like a comments page filled with insignificant comments and links. So monitor and delete spammy comments on a regular basis. In addition to deleting the garbage comments, you want to foster a positive community.

When you hunt for WoW related online blogs or sites that cite World of Warcraft, you may realize that there are so many, you do not know how you’ll keep up with all of them or go through them properly. This is why you are able to use helpful features like RSS feeds. This will allow you to view all of your favorite WoW blogs through a feed reader to scan the headlines first and see what you would like to read over.

Make sure that you do research on a subject before you make a blog post about it. Failing to gather the correct information can make you write blog posts that are factually incorrect. A profound understanding of your subjects is also imperative to your ability to confidently interact with readers.

When you’ve made a few posts you may be seen online quickly. Depending on the subject matter of your blog you might even be noticed by larger businesses. After that, they might want you as a writer, or want to advertise on your own blog!