Saturday, January 31, 2009

5 Tips On How To Get Readers & Comments For Your Blog.

Good Saturday everyone! My name is Priscilla and blog at Priscilla's Baking Adventures.

I am going to be talking about how to get readers, suscribers, followers, etc. & comments for our blog(s). I'm sure most of would like people to read our blog and comment. I do! So, I've put together 5 tips that will help you get readers and comments:

  1. Visit blogs and post comments. Post lots of comments. People browsing thru blogs may see your comment and decide to visit your blog. There is traffic this way.

  2. Submit your blog to different websites. This is a way to get tons of viewers. Have a food blog? Try FoodGawker. Have a knitting blog? Try Ravelry. Get a flickr account and upload pictures with a link to your blog. Use Digg. Websites like these will get you readers.

  3. When blogging, use pictures that are crisp and attractive. Don't have a fancy SLR camera? Try free photo editing software like Picasa from Google. I use a Casio Digital Camera and then edit all my pictures with Picasa. People like to see pictures that are clear with good lighting.

  4. Talk about your family and maybe even post some pictures of them on your blog. People like to know about the person behind the blog.

  5. Ask your readers questions in the blog post, they are more likely to be leaving comments this way.

Hope these 5 tips helped a little, and most of all have fun blogging!

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  1. Thanks for the tips. I love the blog world and would love it if people stopped by :)

  2. Good tips!! Thanks! I'll be thinking about which of these I can do!


  3. Thanks for the tips. I've just started my blog, and am anxious to start attracting more readers!

  4. good tips - I've been thinking of getting a flickr account.


  5. good job...and nice advice! the onther thing i would add, be real and not someone you aren't. that's just my opinion...
    great tips!!

  6. Thanks for your post, love to hear other perspectives.


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