9 Ways That Readers Respond to Your Blog
I was doing some research today and in CopyBlogger I found a reference to a post about the different ways readers respond to your blog posts. The thought that has gone into this post was obvious and I agree with the folks at CopyBlogger that Rajesh Shetty’s post is worth reading. Of course that he was able to categorize the ways people respond to your blog with alliteration only makes the post that much more interesting. 🙂
I’m going to give you the 9 levels and then send you to the original post.
The 9 Ways Readers Respond to Your Blog
- Spam – the reader feels like you are producing spam and marks your post as spam.
- Skip – the reader takes one glance and decides to go elsewhere.
- Scan – the reader glances over your content and may stop to read an interesting bit.
- Stop – the reader finds something that makes them stop and think.
- Save – the content is good enough for the reader to save for future use.
- Shift – the reader is moved enough that they have a shift in their thinking.
- Send – the reader knows someone else who might benefit and sends your post to them.
- Spread – the readers respond to your blog post by sharing – they feel that others would benefit from your information
- Subscribe – the reader actively wants more of your work.
Obviously you would like for readers to respond to your blog posts at level 9, but anything over level 2 is probably a win.
Article on how Readers Respond to Your Blog
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