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10 Ways To Attract Blog Subscribers – Part 1 Of 2

By Linus Ruzicka

There is a Question That Keeps turning up from different people:

“How can I attract more blog subscribers? ”

Well, here is my point: you need to look at subscribers the same way as you do traffic to your blog. They are an essential part to your blog success.

It was with that mindset that I started looking for some things to entice more subscribers to my blog.

Here Is What I Found :

1. Make It Obvious – Make the options for your readers to subscribe to your blog obvious and noticable. And really just ask for their subscription.

2. Be Targeted – Now, this is kind of a no brainer, but it needs to be said. Make sure that you are going after a particular niche. That way you can specialize your material better to your audience. Take a look at the bigger picture and see if there are enough readers that are interested in your content.

3. Offer a Bribe – Here is a fun a cunning one that I found lately. Now relax, it’s nothing illegal.

Here’s a cool way to do it with RSS : if you have a WordPress blog, use the free Feedvertising plugin to create a linkage to the download page for your free present. Since Feedvertising links only show up in the feed ( and not in the post ), only feed customers will see the link and have accessibility to the bonus.

4. Use a Viral E-book – Partner with a friend to let them give away your PDF e-book or bundle it for sale with other products they offer. The PDF will promote your blog, and give you more traffic!

5. Dedicated Subscription Landing-pages make a page that’s sole purpose is getting a subscription, and push traffic to it from your blog, articles, forums, or basically any other source you want. You will also forward it to a dedicated URL, and add in the moral bribe technique from three above to increase subscriptions.

One Last Thing – All that I discussed above presumes that you’re writing valuable content and supplying value to your fans. If you honestly can’t say you are doing your best work content-wise, you might want to re-consider your approach and improve your content.

But after you get that down, using some or all of the above will definitely raise your subscriber count!

Keep in mind, this is just the first half of my top 10 tactics to attract more blog subscribers.

Remember, blogging is a person oriented method. You need to be writing content for human readers, not the search engines. If that’s the route you choose to go, you’ll find success.

Your readers are the ones that are providing you with the REAL spread of content be sharing links, letting your content spread like a virus, leaving comments on your blog, and simple networking.

If you miss out on that part of the formula, you will lose in this game.

Here’s a bit of advice that I’d like you to consider:

Learning how to attract more blog subscribers is by far a powerful strategy to use in creating a loyal following of blog subscribers, and helps to further brand you. To uncover a simple strategy that will help you uncover a way to target traffic & generate responsive leads, visit my website the Prospect Attraction Guide.

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Ruzicka, Linus "10 Ways To Attract Blog Subscribers – Part 1 Of 2." 10 Ways To Attract Blog Subscribers – Part 1 Of 2. 2 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 3 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/blogging/10-ways-to-attract-blog-subscribers-part-1-of-2/>.

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