How to Reach 10,000 Blog Subscribers
A CYT GUIDE - HOW TO REACH 10,000 BLOG SUBSCRIBERS
WELCOME TO THIS GUIDE ON REACHING 10,000 SUBSCRIBERS
Put the kettle on and get yourself a cup of coffee, you'll want to read this guide
in one sitting, and it helps to have a little caffeine in the system to keep you
This guide is a no nonsense, no fluff, no 'here's my struggle' life story, it's just
some great information to help you get a lot more subscribers to your blog than
you are currently getting. There are no affiliate links whatsoever in this guide so
all links are affiliate free.
Even if you have no subscribers yet or have 7,000 subscribers this guide will
show you no nonsense ways to get your subscriber numbers up.
I am a blogger and getting readers eyeballs to my blog has been my goal for the
last year, although I've been blogging for 4 years now, it's only in the last year
where I really concentrated on my blog as a business and have managed to grow
my subscriber list from 3,000 to 10,000.
Buckle your seatbelt Dorothy, 'cause Kansas is going bye-bye.
INTRODUCTION: WHY FOCUS ON SUBSCRIBER COUNT
Simply put, Social Proof.
Social Proof is what it's all about. Would you rather visit a blog on personal
development with a subscriber count of 35 or would you rather visit a blog with
It may seem a little shallow at first, but in this day and age when you've got a
few seconds to grab a new readers attention, social proof will be one of the first
things a new reader to your blog will look for.
When you build up your reputation as a great writer and blogger you will
automatically get more subscribers and your focus will be more on networking
to build your blog rather than the logistics of setting up and starting your blog.
if you don't think you're a great writer, that's because you are probably not a
great writer. However, blog readers are looking for real people who write in a
language they can understand, you don't have to be great you just need to be
authentic. The more you write the better you will become at writing, so don't
ever use 'I'm not a great writer' as an excuse to give up blogging, keep going and
you will reap the rewards eventually.