You write for everything and everyone. And thus at the same time for nobody. Still struggling to find your target audience?13 good reasons why nobody reads your blog Vladislav Melnik BY VLADISLAV MELNIK 34 COMMENTS "If you build it, they will come." That was the voice Kevin Costner heard in Field of Dreams. The voice told him to give up his farming job and build a baseball field with his life savings. And of course he did.
After he set up the field, not long after, well-known ghost baseball players played baseball there. Pretty wacky story. (But still a great film. With a good message.) And if you now think that you can simply “build” your blog and then the visitors will start pounding your door, then unfortunately I have to disappoint you. There is nothing that Russia phone number list is far from reality. Actually unbelievable that so many still believe in this myth. And if you're now wondering where all your readers are, then this post is for you. Let's take a closer look at the 13 reasons. 1. Your blog is all about you Every blog article is all about you. What you have done.
What you gonna do what you sell Or how amazing you are. Maybe you also use your blog as a diary and write about what you had for lunch today. Sorry, but unless your name is Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, or Barack Obama , nobody cares about you. When we surf the Internet, we are selfish. We only care about ourselves. And not for you. This is exactly why your blog should only ever be there for your readers. You should solve their problems. You must like the articles. not you That's sort of the holy rule of smart blogging: for them. Not for you. And even though you think you're writing for your readers... maybe your blog tells a different story? So double-check that you're really writing for your readers and not for yourself.