Does Your Blog Focus On Visitors? – Feedback Friday

For this week’s edition of Feedback Friday, I’d like to focus on something I’ve been seeing quite a bit from bloggers across a variety of niches.

Your focus on the visitor.

focus on visitor

When you first started your blog(s), you were probably focused on a lot of different tasks … choosing a great name, exploring themes, getting lost in the jumbles of plugins, writing the first post, writing your about page, and building a strong foundation for your future work.

You weren’t focused on the visitor.

If you’re not sure if you’ve fully swung focus toward the visitor, feel free to leave a comment containing a link to your blog and I’ll check it out. I’m running a bit behind on the last Feedback Friday post, but I promise to get to them eventually.

How can you tell?

Here’s what I’ll be looking at to gauge whether or not your blog focuses on your visitors:

  • The about page
  • The content
  • The comment section
  • The sidebar
  • The optimization of your blog if needed
  • and the contact page.

As always, I’m looking forward to checking out your blogs and discussing your focus in the comments.

Until next time!

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Chris Rice is an SEO with Sachs Marketing Group. He writes about WordPress themes, plugins, and services for entrepreneurial bloggers at CreativeBlogger. Get more from him on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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