Take a sec and try to review your articles that had been published for your blog. Are they inspirational posts and give benefits to the readers? Or are they just personal ramblings?
Some bloggers or webmasters might keep asking themselves – why I cannot get high traffic? or why the number of my subscribers is so low?
Most of us might have this question in mind – how to improve my blog performance?
My answer is – write to inspire.
Imagine yourself as a reader. What do you want to read? Or what do you expect from a blog that you visit? I imagined myself as a reader and what I want to read is an article that is related to the niche of the blog that I visit and giving information related to the niche (especially something that I never know). For example, I expect reading article on cheap cars, sales, tips or things related to that when visiting www.cheapcars.com (example). And that’s how I got inspired.
Some tips to write an inspiring post:
- Relevant to the blog niche.
- Includes information/tips/guide for the readers.
- Providing solutions for the discussed/related problem.
- Recommend any related products/books.
Writing inspiring post got their advantages. Some of them:
- Attract readers = traffic to your site
- Increasing comments/feedback
- Increasing subscribers for your site
- High chance for sales/impression
- Creating high-impact post
- Getting backlinks
Some other bloggers or webmasters who get inspired by your post might quote your post thus giving backlinks to your site. And I guess there are more ways and advantages of writing these inspiring posts.
Sometimes I recognize inspiring posts as posts that the readers love to read, give them benefits and attract the readers to subscribe and visit the site again.
Do you have any other tips or advantages on writing inspiring posts? Feel free to share them here =)
And don’t forget – write to inspire.
4 thoughts to “Write To Inspire”
I believe I have been writing to inspire. Actually the sole purpose of my current blog is probably that.
Nice post on how to get more traffic to our site. Thanks for sharing these valid points.
I think it’s really hard to come up with topics week after week. It’s even harder to attract readers on a constant basis. Those that can do this are worth their weight in gold.
It’s so true – write to inspire. There’s a big difference between talking “at” people and talking “to” them. It’s almost as though there’s an invisible line dividing the two styles – with the ones talking to people getting the traffic, and the ones ra,mbling on about whatever, not.