I enjoy getting traffic or profits like the next guy. But if you are obsessed with ending your blogging campaign, you will be killed. Being focused cuts your legs out of your blogging business because people see through you and your clingingly manipulative ways.
Hello; We all deserve to do Chedda. I get it. I welcome everyone who freely monetizes their blog. However, if you focus too much on monetization by adding tons of elements to your blog, most people will be turned off.
For example, if you post 3, 4, or 5 different types of break marketing on your blog, virtually all readers will be turned off. Why? This usually means despair. Save the extremely clearest cases. Anyone who signs up a pop-up form, slider form, bottom ad, top ad, and sidebar almost always fears they won't get enough of their blogs. Bad looks.
I sometimes see these blogs, but generally complete things before reading a word. I want to read a blog. not sprinting through a maze, obstacle course of the haunted house of blogging horrors.
Think about the blog experience. Someone clicks on a link based on the title promise. When visiting the blog, readers want to see the title promise and read the blog post themselves (which post is the promise matching the title) to get the solution they want. Every time you add a pop-up form, you interrupt the process of fulfilling your promise.
People generally tolerate a popup form. However, adding other forms of interruption, such as sliders, hideous displays, and oversized sidebar opt-in forms, creates a number of distraction obstacles between the promise you made and the promise you made.
Guess how many people stay here after the first break? A few. Guess how many readers stay after the second break? Virtually none. Guess how much traffic and money you make from a blog that ticks off virtually all readers? Zero and zero. But it makes perfect sense. Anyone who makes it hell to get things from readers never does what it takes to be successful online.
Check out my blog:
Blogging from paradise
Notice how you see content, a sidebar display for my eBooks, and practically nothing else. I don't put any obstacles to the content. I don't put roadblocks in front of you. Page through my blog. Read. Enjoy. Buy some eBooks – like this one – read and enjoy. The same applies to my courses.
I didn't stop you from getting what you want because I don't try to get anything from you on your first visit. Hello; Any blogger appears to be authorized to use pop-up forms. Do not worry. But please use a single form. Either readers under or not. No big deal.
Never use multiple pop-ups because despair repels readers. Let go of people and enjoy your content. Never let the reader jump through the tires to enjoy your content and benefit from your content.
Focus hard on helping – or giving – people generously so that they can take care of themselves. Develop posture. Release, trust yourself, trust the blogging process, and getting money and traffic is getting easier. This is the life of bloggers who focus on donations.
Be generous to improve your skills, awareness and credibility. All of your awareness, skills, and prestige allow you to make money blogging without desperately trying to manipulate people through multiple popups, ads, and all the other junk.
We get it. If we want to join your list, we use the sidebar. Relax 🙂
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Ryan Biddulph inspires with his blog and eBooks at Blogging From Paradise.
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