These 4 Apps Are Absolutely Going to Help You See More Readers

By: | December 13, 2016 | Tags: , , |

#Apps help bloggers get more blog readers.

You know many strategies to increase your reader count if you’ve been reading this blog for a while.

When the plan to increase visitors combines with technology, getting new readers becomes even easier.

This post explains how you can let technology do the work for you.

The news gets even better.

Today’s post is written by the most successful blogger in India, Harsh Agrawal. Harsh has 832,000 subscribers and receives 4 million page views each month.

Harsh is not only the most famous blogger in India, he is one of the most famous bloggers in the world.

His tips for using apps to increase your reader count definitely have value.

Want To Grow Your Number Of Readers? These Apps Are Going To Help

by Harsh Agrawal

When you start a blog, the first point to think about is what you want to write about. Next, you must create great content that is engaging and which people will want to read. After you have written a great post with an eye-catching title, you must now make sure people are actually aware of your blog. You are competing with thousands of blogs in the digital space and must make sure yours stands out. The following tools are aimed at increasing your reader base by making it easier to bookmark your blog and many other important features.

1. Pocket

This is an app that helps readers save interesting articles that they come across on the internet. In addition to articles, it also helps you save videos. Once content has been saved onto Pocket, it can be accessed, even when offline, from a number of devices including phone, computer or tablet. With over 22 million users, Pocket will allow readers to save links to your blog posts which they can read later.

Making your content accessible to as many people as possible will have a positive effect on the overall number of readers your blog attracts. People have limited time these days and Pocket will convert your post into a minimalist version that readers can access later when they have more time to read.

Pocket helps #bloggers get new readers

2. Feedly:

This useful tool aggregates news from different web browsers and displays them in one place so you can access everything from your mobile device for both iOS and Android devices. It’s a great app for bloggers as it allows readers to add your blog to their must-read list. All you have to do is click on the +add icon that sits on the top right part of your page to search for your favorite websites, using a keyword, RSS feed, or URL. Once you find the page, you can add it to your must-read list. Users can add your blog to their must-read list and then receive regular updates of new content every time they log on. Users can also recommend your blog posts to other Feedly users, thereby allowing you to see which of your articles do better than others. To grow a loyal base of readers, this app will be useful for bloggers.

Feedly helps #bloggers get new readers #BloggingTips

3. Tube Buddy

If you are a content creator on YouTube, then this is a tool you must have. It is a browser extension which adds a layer of tools on top of your YouTube page. It allows you to make changes to your videos which wouldn’t be possible on YouTube. A few examples of  the actions you can take on Tube Buddy include:

Publish content easily to Facebook making it easier to monetize your content across social networks and making it easier for people to discover your content.

Customize how your video looks when you embed it and since YouTube only gives you limited options to embed videos, this is a great way to customize videos.

Customize messages in various parts of YouTube by entering messages in your words and Tube Buddy will send it on your behalf, saving time and effort.

Easily edit videos in a list without having to click on My Videos every time for editing another video.

The tool supports all the major browser types including Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. The basic features are free to use and if you want to access advanced features then you can get a paid license.

Tube Buddy helps #bloggers on #YouTube #videos

4. Fiverr

If you are looking for a short-term project to make your blog look great, then check out Fiverr. It brings together professionals such as web designers, photographers, marketers, writers and much more, who offer their services. Used mostly by freelancers, Fiverr brings together professionals from across the globe who can help you solve any problem on your blog, starting at 5 dollars. This is a great source for finding someone to build your logo or your blog’s landing page, for example. Cost effective, fast and with an endless list of freelancers, it’s easy to see why Fiverr is one of the largest global marketplaces for services.

Fiverr helps #bloggers


Each of these tools will help you improve your blog, whether it’s by improving your visibility in the digital space, improving your YouTube videos or by finding freelancers to polish your website for a few dollars, these are some of the best apps to know about when working toward creating a fantastic blog. For information on many more such apps, check out Best Blogging Apps.


Author Bio

Harsh Agrawal, a blog scientist and CEO of ShoutDreams Media, started his entrepreneurship journey in 2008. His superpower is his passion for blogging and interest in understanding customer psychology. He is a speaker and spoke at numerous events such as WordCamp, IBM Business Connect, Socialathon to name a few. His award-winning blog ShoutMeLoud has more than 832K subscribers and receives nearly 4 million page views per month.

Host Blogger’s Comments:

If you enjoyed reading Harsh’s suggestions for using apps to increase your blog’s readership, click his link, Best Blogging Apps. You will find many more choices for apps that can help you make your blogging tasks easier.

Readers, please share. Bloggers may have heard of these apps but not realized they could help them increase blog traffic.

What is your experience with these apps? Have you heard of them? I look forward to your answer in the comments section.

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  1. Donna DeGuglielmo

    wow this is great I will need to read again to pick up details i missed lots to learn from. What do I choose first? humm ponder I think fiverr study it. thanks bunches again and again … merrry christmas to my blog. 🙂 donna maria

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Donna,
      I think I will start with Pocket first. I’m intrigued it has offline capabilities.

  2. John Doe

    Harsh s’ stats are staggering. I cannot even comprehend numbers like that. Of the four apps, I think pocket really stood out

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Emily,
      Thanks for writing to tell us about your experience with Fiverr. I am glad you had a good experience.

  3. Olivia Morris

    I’m going to take a look see, I don’t have a big budget for Blogging tools so I will check them out and let you know.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Olivia,
      Thanks for writing us. I am excited I can use Pocket offline.

  4. Annette Richmond

    These are great! I hadn’t heard of any of them. Thanks for sharing!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Annette,
      Thanks for writing us. I’m glad you were able to discover new blogging tools from reading the post.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Raj,
      I agree. Harsh did an amazing job with his article. I guess that is why he’s Harsh Agrawal! =) Thanks for writing.

  5. Melinda Mitchell

    Hello Harsh! You’re going to make my head explode!! I can’t keep up with all this new stuff. On the positive side: I have heard of Fiverr before.
    BBFFJ, thanks for having another informative guest! I need to know this stuff, whether I want to or not.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi BBFFM,
      Exciting week hosting a celebrity blogger! Thanks for writing us.

  6. dgkaye

    Fantastic post! I wasn’t aware how pocket worked. I don’t know if I want to get involved in another site right now so would adding pocket to the share bar be beneficial enough for readers to share to their pocket?

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Debby!
      Thanks for writing! I’m not sure of the answer. Perhaps Harsh knows.

    • Harsh

      Hey Dgkaye
      Here is how I use Pocket & might give you few ideas of your own:

      Download Pocket app on your smartphone.
      Install Pocket Chrome addon on your browser
      Whenever you are working online & come across an interesting article, instead of reading it right away, simply use the addon (Just takes one click) to save the article in the pocket app. Now, you can continue with the work you are doing rather than distracting yourself by reading the article.
      You can set a dedicated time for yourself to read the article on your smartphone Pocket app.
      This saves a lot of time & improves productivity. Also, it supports offline reading. So when you are travelling via flight, simply use the app to read all the articles that you have saved for reading it later.

      Hope it helps!

      • Janice Wald

        Thank you, Harsh! Thank you as well for an amazing guest post. It is still picking up page views.

  7. Matt

    Love these tips! I’m looking forward to implementing at least a few of them!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Matt,
      I agree Harsh did a great job. I am going to try to use Pocket offline. I didn’t know it was possible until I read this article.

  8. Nirodha Abayalath

    I installed TubeBuddy once but, it is a bit complicated for me. If you can, please explain that extension with an another article.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Nirodha,
      Thanks for writing. I am not familiar with the tool. I will ask the author to respond.

    • Harsh

      Hey Nirodha
      I can relate to your this. The features offered by Tubebuddy is overwhelming initially but once you start using all the feature one by one, it would become easier. I would recommend start with Tag explorer feature. This will help you find those tags which will make your videos rank higher. I have been using it for a while & have seen tremendous growth.
      Here is a post (Do watch the embedded videos too) that might help you to get started:

  9. Indhu Pavul

    Awesome article. Also I must mention the headline is very catchy and the content made justice. I have heard about fiverr but surely going to download pocket. Love to read articles that attracts me during my me time. Thanks a lot.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Indhu,
      Thanks for writing me. I am glad you enjoyed the headline. I use CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer. I am intrigued by Pocket’s off line capabilities as well.

  10. Shafi Khan

    Helpful resources. And TubeBuddy is ultimate tool and a must have for YouTubers. How did someone never told me about it.

    Thanks for an awesome read.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Shafi,
      So glad you enjoyed Harsh’s article. I thought he did a great job as well. Thanks for writing us. I didn’t know about Tube Buddy until I read his guest post either.

  11. Janice Wald

    Hi Cathy,
    Thanks for the compliments on the article. Harsh did a great job. I will tell him you have questions about the post.

  12. Harsh Agrawal

    The best way to go like this:

    1) Add Pocket sharing buttons (Most of the social media sharing plugin supports it)
    They also have a publisher dashboard that let you see your most popular posts on Pocket:

    2) Feedly: You can have Feedly subscription button on your blog. This would help users to subscribe to your blog updates on Feedly.

    3) TubeBuddy is chrome addon. So you need to install & watch their getting started videos to start using it.

    Hope it helps!

  13. Rakesh Arroju

    Useful content and i am using tub buddy for Youtube videos.It is mandatory tool for YouTubers.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Rakesh,
      Thank you for writing. I am actually preparing another post about a helpful app IFTTT that comes out this Sunday. I’m glad you enjoyed the article.

  14. trickyard

    Thanks a a lot,

    these tips make my blog so lucky thank you so mutch for this great artical

    • Janice Wald

      Harsh the author is talented and famous. I use “Pocket” offline thanks to his post.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Arvind,
      I am also a big fan of Harsh Agarawal. Where did you find this rather old article of his?
      I see your headline. I also have a quote post coming out next weekend which I thought would be nice for Thanksgiving weekend. Thanks for commenting.

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