Let Me Ask You a Question – 2/6/18

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Let me ask you a question:

 What are some successful ways you have found to spread your blog’s reach?

16 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 2/6/18

  1. Reading other blogs, liking and commenting and a regular post, I only do one a week because that’s all I have time for. I think tagging works, but not too sure about links. I always put links in and wherever I can I use another blog for the link. My process there is; say I mentioned Houston in a post I then google WordPress Blogs about Houston when I find one I think readers may like I use that as the link, but ask permission purely out of courtesy. I like to use blogs that don’t have a lot of likes or have just started. Geez I’m rambling again 🤪🤪

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  2. I don’t really try. I tend to comment on others’ posts and that’s typically the extent of my effort. This is merely a distraction for me, and a means to motivate me to take more photos and listen to more music. If it were a business interest or made me money somehow, i may put more effort in. But I have enough “jobs”, so this isn’t gonna be one too. 😃

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  3. Well I became a great blogger’s partner (*wink wink*)… I attend Meet & Greet parties, and I am hosting one as we speak! I’ve offered some of my poems and stories to other sites, and I participate to some challenges… But mostly, I think that commenting on other people’s blogs is a good way to make readers curious, even if that’s not the point of my comments 😛

    The funny thing being that the “why” is more mysterious for me than the “how”… hehehehehe

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  4. I go over to every blog who vists me and say thank you, I also have a look round their blog. I rely on email more than the reader to read blogs. I also comment, join meet and greets host a share at the weekend. I also reblog other people’s post if I find them interesting or funny. I share a lot of stuff , But I think the most important thing I do is be me and as honest as I can.

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  5. I think, in more recent days, I’ve taken the ‘if you build it, they will come’ approach. I’ve begun to focus more on content and ways to become a better writer moreso than anything else. I know the marketing part is important, but if the content is no good, then what’s the point?

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