1. Don’t confuse creating a community on your blog or website with putting in a lot of effort. It’s easy to get caught up in your ideas when you’re first starting and to forget that your blog should be a community of people with similar interests. Setting a goal, sharing your daily routine, and engaging with your community regularly are all important. Regular interaction with your community will begin to form a bond between you and your audience, leading to a steady stream of website traffic for your blog.
2. You’ll need to develop your voice. Many people tell you that you should have a voice and a vision, but no one tells you what you should do with them. You must tell your audience what you want to say to build your voice. Then you’ll be able to determine your vision. However, if you don’t tell them what you want to say, your vision may be compromised. A vision can be an ideal state of being or a particular experience you want to have. You can start posting content once you’ve defined your voice and vision. Although posts are intended to provide you with feedback, your audience may not be pleased with that feedback. Then, once you’ve established your vision, you may share the parts of it that your audience will find more appealing.
3. The more you share, the more traffic you will give your website. Keep in mind that you must continue to test different content. One post may not get enough traffic, while another may get much too many. You’ll never know which content is more successful if you don’t share enough traffic. The social sharing buttons will not receive any shares if you share too much traffic. So take your time and thoughtfully share. It will be worth it.