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How to Prepare Your Blog Post to Reach More Eyeballs

I am not asking how to write a blog post in such a format to reach to more people.

Not telling to include the click baiting title nor make the content so spicy filled up with rumors other than the facts.

But I am asking you to do one thing.

The one simple thing.

And that ‘simple thing‘ will make your blog to reach more eyeballs.

What’s that?

Did I say how to write the blog post, no?

Then you might be thinking what the core thing to do instead of other than the content’s written format is?

As I said, it is the simple but most effective practice.

But just that do not solely use it for the marketing purpose but to build something using that practice.

And that’s the “relationship building.”

Let me reveal how to prepare your blog post to reach more eyeballs

Imagine that…

You’re writing the blog post for your blog.

Let’s say I am writing the blog post on the focused topic of ‘blogging.’

While I am hitting my keyboard in producing the content, everything can be exampled.

What I meant is that every content has some real examples to show to make the purpose of the post understood by the readers.

And that’s you gotta do.

Include some real examples.

And that’s going to be done by mentioning that real example.

As you know I write mainly on the topic of ‘blogging,’ I mention in my most blog posts some people that are too relevant.

Too much is relevant to that topic of the post.

Mentioning them will give you a huge surprise.

But I am not telling to mention anyone in every content you write but keep the balance.

Get an idea of the blog post type that you are writing and have a feel if it requires someone to be mentioned or not.

So, go with your instincts.

Then what to do when I mentioned someone in my content?

Notify them that you’re mentioned.

I mainly do it on the FaceBook with the blog post’s share where I tag the person.

What’s the benefit of mentioning the real example?

You win the share!

And you win the attention!

And you may even win a mention back on his/her blog!

… just imagine that…!

Your turn

Did you like it?

What do you do to have your blog post reach to more eyeballs?

Let’s share your practice with the world!

Happy mentionin’!

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Lisa P. Sicard - July 11, 2017

Hi Adeel, Ah yes mentioning others is good as long as it’s genuine and I believe your mentions are genuine. I see some folks who do these long wrap up posts and they have over 50+ people. That’s a little much.
When I do them like I did yesterday for Triberr I felt bad that I didn’t mention more folks but you have to draw the line somewhere. I’m sure I’ll be mentioning others in other posts in the future.
I love to give credit when credit is due!
I used to not tag folks on Facebook but I’m getting better about that now. It’s become more standard. I do it on Twitter as well.
Thanks for the tips Adeel. Have a terrific Tuesday.

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    Adeel Sami - July 14, 2017

    Hello, Lisa!

    Yes, it just does not help us but the mentioned person(s) as well in reaching the new eyeballs. 🙂

    But you know who is mentioned, he/she must already be famous and the most people would already know about the person, right? 🙂

    Still, it is helpful for the both parties in many ways.

    Oh yes, I once did a post with 50+ people and I must record that it was the most-hardest job for me in making up that post.

    I have one due soon and you’re already part of that one. 🙂

    Yeah! I was really not good at tagging the people on FaceBook and even on my own blog some while back but when there’s the genuine mention, people would love having them tagged.

    Thank you, Lisa! And great to tell about Twitter that the tagging works there good as well.

    You have an awesome day as well!

    ~ Adeel

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Shantanu Sinha - July 12, 2017

Hello Adeel,

Great tips here 🙂

Coming up with real examples and mentioning some ones on our blogs do really help. It help us to catch the attention of the audiences as well as the person, we are resembling on our blogs.

I have doing the works like providing the real examples on my blogs, in the future I would be mentioning the person too.

Thanks for the share

Shantanu.

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    Adeel Sami - July 14, 2017

    Hello, Shantanu!

    Thank you, buddy! 🙂

    Yes, that’s so great mentioning the people in your blog content as per the topic you’re writing on.

    It so helps in the visibility, the reach you get by mentioning the people and also for them to be known by many new people through your blog.

    But it should be done where it us due and we cannot randomly mention the people, right? 🙂

    I’d be so glad to know how it goes for you! 🙂

    Thank you again!

    ~ Adeel

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Manish Kumar - July 13, 2017

Hi Adeel,

Awesome Tips!

Between identifying a product and making a purchase, they’re looking at product reviews, testimonials, pictures, videos — anything they can get their hands on.

And this isn’t only true for B2C, it’s also true for B2B, where the ZMOT is becoming a critical stage in the buying process.

One of the most persuasive sources of information that consumers seek out are customer testimonials. Case studies are one of the most important tools in your arsenal for a variety of reasons.

I will tweet your post.

Thanks a lot for sharing.

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    Adeel Sami - July 14, 2017

    Hello, Manish!

    I so agree with your point; products are best sold if they have the good reviews, testimonials from the real people, videos, managed social media accounts to prove that the product is legit and useful.

    When it comes to the content; mentioning, interviews, podcasts, etc. are the best part to let the world know you’re in the right place to learn what the blog is all about.

    And when you gotta sell your services (primarily like the content), you’ve got to take advantage of the reviews, testimonials, as seen, etc. to showcase you’re the go-to person for the content.

    So, I thank you for chiming into the topic with your great thoughts! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

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Monika Sharma - July 19, 2017

This is really important for a Blog Post to Reach More Eyeballs as most of Blogger try lot of tricks to get huge traffic but even they don’t get sufficient traffic.

So this article is really.

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