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How to grow your reader base using Social Media

I have over the last few years talks quite a few times about the concept of how do I find it mildly. That includes things like search engine optimization, or as he always it is sometimes called, it also includes many other things. Today per request, I’m going to talk about ways to improve your social media presence for your posts. The first thing is to consider joining Facebook writing. There are several writing lives on Facebook; all of them are very good, and many of them are potent allies for helping you as you get started. One of the things to look for in those in those Facebook writing groups is a group that has interests similar to yours. For example, if you like to write about sports funding, a Facebook writing group focused on people writing about sports is a good thing. If you want to write about birds finding a Facebook group that is devoted to writers that write about birds is a good thing.

Being in the right Facebook writing group can add 15,20, and even 30 views to your post if that matters to you. The other thing to look for is to find people on twitter that post similar tweets to what you’re tweeting about. This is a little harder and poses a little bit more research, but if you get the right audience on Twitter, that could be several returns in terms of use as well. The most important thing to consider with Twitter is how you build the right audience on twitter so that you get the viewS.

For example, let me take the two typical posts that I put on a site. The first is my technology belts, and depending upon the topic I am covering, I frequently get between 120 and 200 views within 72 to 96 hours. For my wonder project here on this site, I tend to get 30 to 40, sometimes 50 views. But I publish my want to project on another website as a backup, having lost all of my posts when the previous site Niume went down. So I now publish my wonder project story on a secondary blog for thought for two reasons the first is I can take my blogs, and I can do a backup of my blogs that’s one. The second thing is I can use the entertaining tool blog to print to create a PDF archive of my blogs so that I don’t lose them. my secondary post of the wander project averages 100 views per post. When I started the wander project, I frequently created PDFs to send to my mother for Mother’s Day so on and so forth of the last year’s worth of blocks. My wonder project logs on my second blog average about 100 and a hundred and 50 views. Still, I will tell you that those hundred and 50 people that read those blogs are of people I’ve known for years and years and have been reading that project since I began it. Many of them were my father’s students; many of them were my friends. Many of them are family friends who read about the wonder project problem series. So the thing about finding your audience is first of all to find a connection to find a group of people that think like you do and share with them. I highly recommend starting with Facebook groups.

What you find your audience, you’ll find that you’ll achieve a steady-state when you get to that steady state the same views every day and the same people every day. Occasionally they contacting you on Facebook or sending you an email, then you know you found your primary audience, and you simply build from there.

  • Question of

    facebook has many writing groups to choose from! find one that fits you ok?

    • Yes
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    Reddit also has many communities to Try ok?

    • Yes
    • No
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    Twitter is more of a build your own audience but also good ok?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. Q: FACEBOOK HAS MANY WRITING GROUPS TO CHOOSE FROM! FIND ONE THAT FITS YOU OK?
    Yes (3 votes) – 100%
    Q: REDDIT ALSO HAS MANY COMMUNITIES TO TRY OK?
    Yes (2 votes) – 100%
    Q: TWITTER IS MORE OF A BUILD YOUR OWN AUDIENCE BUT ALSO GOOD OK?
    Yes (2 votes) – 100%

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