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I learned many years ago to spot those who are “all about them.”  These are the people who focus their energy on themselves in every form. You find them often on the internet. They comment on articles and solely express their opinions. They don’t read the article or post the comment. They don’t share information about the author’s work beyond their comment. They may post many articles in a single day. They comment once, sometimes twice on other people’s posts, but they don’t have deep interactions with people. Some of them say something and then add a smiley face. It is ok to say anything you want to say as long as it ends with a smiley face!

When you encounter people like that, the very best thing is to stay away. The end game of any interaction is always going to be the winning, and you are losing. They will comment about you, interrupt conversations you are having with other writers, and do as they please. It is a sad situation. However, that is something I am moving past and ignoring now. I am focused on helping people get views on their blogs. There are several things that people have been trying. One of the things is going back and looking at your old posts. Taking those and sharing them on Social Media. Other writers are writing articles about authors and including older posts of an author to help them.

Getting more views is a combination of SEO, search engine optimization. That isn’t hard; certain things are searched for. If you think about the title of your article, that is what the search engine is going to find first. Some phrases and words always gain views.  Having a great title gets you towards SEO.; SEO will drive external views. I always set view goals for my posts. That way, I know when posts are tracking well or not tracking well. On know on my technology posts that sometimes I go further away from my core audience’s comfort level. Based on that, the views for some posts are way down. As I said, by setting a goal for each post I can watch the post and compare it to what I expected it would do.

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    Do you share posts on Twitter?

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    Do you share posts on Facebook?

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    Do you share posts with other authors on Virily or other sites?

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    Would you share a favorite old post for me to read and share?

    • Yes
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    Do you ever set goals for views on an article?

    • Yes
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Written by DocAndersen

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