Have you ever wondered why your posts are not been shared by your readers? If not, then this article is a must read for you. Here in this article I am going to share 9 experts advices on How to get posts shared by your readers.
If you are planning to going to through the whole post then you might be the luckiest person ever to grab the secrets revealed by top experts in the industry.
I must recommend you to read the whole post as I made a lot of efforts in contacting the experts and making them reveal their success secrets. So keep reading!
The question I asked them is :-
How To Get Your Posts Loved And Shared By Readers?
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1. Adam Connell
There are no magic bullets here, but there are some straight forward things you can do to ensure that your audience really enjoys your content and more so, encourage them to share it.
It all starts with mind-set, how you write and the approach you take.
Start off by doing the following:
- Understand your audience and write for them
- Address the problems your audience is facing and solve them with your content
- Always publish your best content
- Always be authentic, honest and consistent
- Avoid being another ‘me-too’ bloggers – find your voice
We can also take other steps to ensure that our audience are encouraged to share our content.
- Make share buttons easily visible (I still see some bloggers publishing content with no social share buttons)
- Add shareable quotes
- Mention other people in your blog post and link out to them, then let them know about it (when you say awesome stuff about people, they are more inclined to share your content – keep it relevant though)
- Use Triberr.com
In addition, there are various tactics that can help you get more social shares on specific networks; I’ve broken them down in this blog post.
2. Yaro Starak
If you want to get your blog posts loved and shared by your readers you need to do three things well
1. Make sure you know exactly what your readers are trying to achieve and provide solutions to their problems.
2. Provide your solutions in as many modalities of content as possible – written blog post, pictures, graphics, info graphics, audio, video slides, live workshop recordings, desktop recordings – as many different ways as you can offer.
3. Market your content – build relationships with influential people so they pay attention to your work and share it with their followers.
3. Neil Patel
A simple way to get your content shared by your readers is to write great content that they would want to share. You can do this by putting in your URL on http://www.quicksprout.com and click on the “social media analysis” tab.
You’ll see a list of headlines that did well on your blog in the past. You can then come up with ideas that are on similar or related topics as you now know what your readers prefer.
First of all, understand your audience.
This is the most important thing.
If you know what to write about (so what your audience want from you),then you’re halfway there).Also, be sure to use a language that is appropriate for your readers (normally, the easier the better).
Remember to cure your writing so that it is free from errors of any type.
When you create your content, consider to produce something that is really worth reading.
Solve your readers problems, give suggestions, tips, guide.
Finally, get in touch with your audience.
Answer to comments, ask what they want you to write about in the next post.And very last step, be sure to make the social sharing buttons available to your readers! 😉
In my opinion, the best way to get your post loved and shared by readers is by offering up information they truly can’t find anywhere else
The way I try to accomplish this task is through case studies of various successful and failed businesses I’ve built online.
That’s why I’ll share things like how I built a website from scratch and sold it for six figures (link here:http://entrepreneurboost.com/how-to-sell-a-website/) or other types of things that have worked. No one else can share that same story because it’s something I lived.
People love case studies and regardless of your niche there is someway you can share personal stories that other people can’t find anywhere else.
6. Nick Loper
A couple things come to mind. The first is obviously to write something worth sharing. The posts that have done the best for me are the ones that share an in-depth case study, my actual results, or a collection that cites a ton of other people.
Naturally if people are mentioned, they like to share it.The second element is making it easy for people to share. I use the Digg floating sidebar plugin and try and embed easy “click to tweet” links.
And the final thing would be to ask. I do a poor job of this, but my friend Jullien Gordon has a good way of signing off his posts: “If it’s valuable, make it viral.
7. John Chow
The best way to get post love and shares on your blog post is by delivering value to your readers. If you write with that in mind, and put your readers first instead of just trying to sell them something, they will like and share your post.
8. Kulwant Nagi
- Solve their problem in such a way that no one is solving.
- Put your efforts to provide multiple solution of a problem and don’t just stick with the number of words in an article.
- If there is demand of 2000 word in any article, write it. People love to share the stuff which not only help them but the people around them can also get the benefits.
9. Jane Sheeba
- I always look out for what my audience are interested in. Serving them is my main goal coz that’s the one that will keep my blog useful. And, of course, people will love my posts and share them – that is a cool by product.
- The first and foremost way I get to know about what my readers want is via my Newsletter. Whenever someone signs up for my newsletter I send them out an email that asks for something they are struggling with right now.
- And from the replies I get, I know the pain points and acute problems of my target audience. I cover them in my blog posts and BAM, people LOVE it because that’s what they were EXACTLY looking for!
- I also pay attention to comments in my blog. My readers usually comment and ask for “more (specific)” information on a topic or they usually ask me a slightly different question with a twist.
- I also keep up with other blogs in my niche (for connecting with others and for voicing my opinion). Whenever I leave blog comments I usually get ideas to expand that opinion.
- I also look at the comments on other blogs to find out what the readers in my niche are looking for.
- Sharing others’ content is a neat little trick to get your content shared. But your content should be share-worthy in the first place to get that trick working
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