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How to Use 2 Types of Content to Find Readers for Your Blog
Today’s episode is the second part of our series on how to find new readers for your blog.
It’s the question I get asked most by bloggers, so this is the second of several podcasts on this topic.
In part one we looked at two really important questions to ask before you go hunting for readers to read your blog. Today we talk about one other thing you need to consider before you go hunting for readers – the content on your blog.
In This Episode
- How to Create a Blog that is Worth Being Found
- How to Create Great Cornerstone Content
- The Key to Creating Shareable Content
Further Resources For Finding Blog Readers
The successful series of cornerstone content I published on the Digital Photography School blog about exposure:
- Introductory post – Learning about Exposure – The Exposure Triangle
- Introduction to Aperture in Digital Photography
- ISO Settings in Digital Photography
- Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography
Also relevant to this topic:
- 5 First Year Blog Posts that Led to Over 6 Million Views
- The Ultimate Guide to Creating Amazing Content that Draws Readers Into Your Blog
How did you go with today’s challenge?
Are you using these 2 types of content to draw readers in to your blog? What will you do differently in future? I’d love to hear your answers to those questions. Let me know in the comments below, and share a link to your blog.
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Update: Listen to other episodes in this series:
- 2 Questions To Ask To Help You Find Readers For Your Blog
- Turn Surfers Into Blog Readers By Building A Sticky Blog
- How to Find Readers for Your Blog Through Commenting and Relationships
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