If you’re trying to grow your email list or if you want to build one and don’t know where to start, these 6 tips should help you.
As a blogger or a writer or anyone whose work depends on reaching an audience, having an email list is an essential part of the job.
Not only is it important for sharing your work and driving traffic to your website or for making sales, if you offer products, but it also helps create a relationship and a connection between you and your audience.
If you ever considered starting a Podcast to share your thoughts, engage with people with similar interests, or as a way of adding a different medium to your blog to increase traffic and reach a wider audience, this post, by Arioch Jackson, will walk you through all you need to know to start your Podcast today.
Listen to a Podcast episode about this article here!
(Warning: Explicit Content)
Before anything, I have to thank Ray for inviting me to guest post on her outstanding blog. Her content is among the best on the Internet, and I will do my best to step my game up to her level.
She has asked me to explain how to begin podcasting. However, I’m going to kind of amend her mandate because starting a podcast is literally as simple as downloading the Anchor app. But this is not a good option if you’re looking to make your podcast truly YOUR podcast.
In this post I explore, in detail, 10 different methods that can help you reach a wider audience and attract more visitors to your blog. You will know what they are and how exactly you can use them to achieve your target. All of the methods here are free and things you can start doing today!
I chose to write on this topic for this week because I recently asked fellow bloggers about the most challenging parts of blogging that they feel they needed help with, and getting blog visitors was the one that most are still trying to figure out.
Since the idea of starting a website or a blog is to share your words and your creativity with the world, then most certainly part of your focus would be on how to get more people to reach it.