14 Superb Ways Your Site Can Attract New Readership

By: | June 18, 2015 | |

Welcome to another installment of Reblog Thursday. Samuel, of the Word Garage, explains how to attract visitors to a website. Although he writes from the perspective of a business person, any site creator, including bloggers, can benefit from his tips. Samuel offers 14 tips. All but tips #6, #13 and #14 can be, and should be, followed by bloggers.

  1. Janice Wald

    Thank you so much! I’m sure Samuel, the author, will be pleased. Thank you so much for sharing on Twitter. I truly appreciate the share. I have posts like this all the time at my site. I took the liberty of adding you to my once-a-week mailing list, so you can always be apprised.

  2. Life With Lorelai

    I never really understood the reblog… Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty – we love partying with you! Hope to see you next Friday. 🙂

    Life With Lorelai

  3. Janice Wald

    Hey Lorelai,
    Sorry will be out of town for a while. Don’t party too hard without me =)

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  5. Shiva Malekopmath

    I do not know in which of your Post we both had a discussion regarding the asking of WordPress account to put likes and comments, I hope you remember. In my discussions panel at the right it has been washed away as it is now old. We both could not resolve it and we had to pause the discussion. Thereafter I put the query to the WordPress Forum and had exchange of statements on that. At last it was resolved that the like button is designed to registered account holders only. You can refer the below link to know what all we had to do.

    I give here the link: https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/the-asking-of-wordpress-account-to-put-likes-and-comments?replies=5#post-2413041%23postform

    An experienced blogger like you could have given me this information at that time only.
    That was a troublesome affair for than a week.
    Have you attempted to visit my blog, please do, you may not click a like or comment leave aside the follow.
    In the wake of having ‘REFLECTIONS’ let us meet again.

    • Janice Wald

      I do remember our conversation. You said an experienced blogger like myself should have advised you. You explained your daughter needed a WordPress account to click the like button. I told you my husband had the same trouble and also needed a WordPress account. He created a WordPress account which I explained. I did answer your question. As an after thought, I suggested you contact WordPress since I thought you had a problem with your theme, your template. I am not an authority on WordPress templates.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Shiva,
      I just wanted you to know I am away vacationing with my family for a few weeks and will return late July. I’m glad the WordPress situation got resolved to your satisfaction. See you then.

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