Providing answers before you know the questions is merely guessing … take time to listen to your readers, figure out their questions, and provide answers once you understand their needs.
It doesn’t matter what niche you’re writing in, chances are you’re going to attract visitors from a variety of different places. Between the social networking sites, bookmarking sites, and the places where you contribute guest posts, you’re looking at a pretty large group of people … all from different backgrounds, different perspectives, and different opinions regarding what you’re writing and perhaps even the niche itself.
It’s been a while, but today I want to invite you to share your blog here in the comments section if you’re interested in honing your blog so it answers your readers’ questions.
As someone distanced from your blog, you can be sure I’m a dependable source for neutral feedback.
What Does Your Reader Ask While On Your Blog?
It’s important to now what questions your reader has, because then you know what he or she is looking for … once you know what readers are looking for, you can effectively give it to them.
The majority of your readers’ questions might be along the lines of the following:
- What is this place?
- Who’s behind this website?
- How can I contact this blogger?
By sharing your url in the comments field below, I’ll take a look at your blog and let you know what questions I have browsing around the pages and posts.
Looking forward to checking out your blogs!
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