Wednesday, 22 November 2017

10 Effective Ways to Make Your Site Readers Come Back

HOW TO RETAIN YOUR SITE VISITORS


You want to retain your site readers and turn random visitors into raving fans?

Make no mistake; the idea that your information-laden content is a sure-fire way to guarantee your readers coming back is quite delusional. No doubt, information is what they want but there is more, trust me.

There are several thousands of personalities looking for different things on the web and they have diverse tastes, different time space and unequal level of knowledge.

 Ever considered this?

Not ever minding how to satisfy different categories of people in one content is one of the many reasons your website could be crumbling. If you ever need to create a drove of loyal followers and hence sustain a large number of visitors, these 10 things are a must:

1. Write a clear headline

Let’s admit first thing first. When drawing up a piece, be sure to craft a headline that says yes to the readers quest. Catchy headlines are good and important but remember we live in a content world. A single keyword typed on Google will show an array of answers. Searchers will obviously stop at the ones that fit their request the most. Unambiguous sentences and headlines go a long way.

If your content is what they want they will click on it, if not they will move on fast. No hard feelings.


2. Answer questions

Internet is a repository of information and a den of research, even for the most adept researcher. And sometimes, it is just a mere quick shot at the closest and easily conveyed information. If you are writing content, be sure you are answering the question your headline promised to answer and your blog will always be their favourite in times of quick help.

3. Simplify

Simplicity is second to none. If anything is made simple, people look no further. So, out of many guys out there asking for know-how on the web, most individuals don’t have any academic background on it. If you are willing to make your content so enjoyable that most people feel at home they want to come back, help break complex terms and expressions to the easiest terms possible. It doesn’t make you less professional, it makes you a teacher to all.

In the end, it makes their learning easy and makes them come back for more.


4 Provide backlinks

In cases of in-depth analysis, the average number of words in one blog post is usually between 500-1500 words, except on specific websites. While some people can just be satisfied with the few tips on your website, some individuals are insanely curious. Don’t deny them the satisfaction.

Not only that, you have to show people that your information is accurate and authentic. The kinds of source you use give reveal to your readers your level of seriousness. Contents are no longer about mere opinions after all. Deliver value.


5 Use visuals

It goes without saying. That’s just the thing nowadays. Information is very important but illustrations ensure intimate engagement of your readers. There is too much buzz on the internet about visuals than for me to prose on and on about it here. Get your readers engaged with visuals. It is the closest thing to virtual reality.


6 Be concise

Voila, it is the millennial generation. Our short attention span is not our fault. As a matter of fact, it is more of a reflex and at times, a necessity. You are probably one of us, too.

It is simple. There is endless tons of information about the information we want to get; among them are the fake, the half-baked and the original. We need time to look further and time to contemplate before we decide. Have pity on millennials. Be concise or something else will steal your reader’s attention.

7 Always update

If you have ever been to school, you know facts change. And human being, too, make mistakes. You must always be up and doing in your content business. If your content is not up to date, it can appear fluffy and meaningless. And that’s not even as dangerous as providing misleading pieces of information.


8 Use single pages

It hurts very much when simple idea which should originally be conveyed on a single page spreads across multiple pages. This is often done to keep people on the site for long. Don’t fall into that mistake. Many people, especially the ones from developing countries where access to internet is very expensive, will just quite your site before reading further.

9 Respond to comments

Take your time and visit Neil Patel, Jeff Bulas and other internet warlords. One thing they have in common is serious engagement of their readers. This sort of create some intimacy in the heart of your readers and make them come back to ask for more and read more.


10. Create inbound links


Just in case they need to know more and you have it there on your blog, never waste a chance to winsomely direct them there. If they can’t read t immediately, they can always bookmark it for future purpose.

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