Blog Help: How to Create a Popular Blog

Popular BlogReady to learn the secrets to creating a popular blog?

Ready to become a blogging superstar?

When I first started blogging I was following a MLM leader named Katie Freiling. She was one of the first women that I saw rise rapidly inside the world of MLM leaders. I was impressed with her ability to create a community environment on her blog.

It wasn’t just a place you went to read and get knowledge, it was also a place to engage and feel like part of a community. I was compelled to share her insight because it had that much value. She was giving away trade secret about blogging and using social media  to build her business. She is defiantly a gratitude and value leader.

Katie no longer shares in the blogging world much anymore. I know she had moved on to bigger and better things but her sense of community always resonated with me.

The goal of a popular blog would be to achieve this kind of community engagement. [Tweet “The Goal of a popular blog would be to achieve community engagement. #bloghelp”]

Just image if you allowed your audience to engage and share your content in a super easy manner. Like the twitter option above, giving tasks to your reader is empowering. They want to share and be a part of the conversation. Do you agree?

Would you like to take part in the conversation?

Popular Blog Tips

I believe that some of the best things you can do to create a popular blog is ask the question:

  • How can I help you?
  • What would you like to learn?

Become the value leader by learning and sharing with your fans. Let them know that you care about them. After all, you shouldn’t be writing for yourself.

Like some of the secrets I share inside the video, I am not perfect either. I have made plenty of mistakes with blogging but I am learning the value of giving and asking for help.

I created this blog with you in mind. I wanted to share what was working with blogging and how social media plays a critical role in driving traffic to your blog. The world is changing fast and keeping up is hard. But that is I am here for. To keep up and share with you how things are changing and how you can stay ahead of the game. I want to be your trusted resource.

After all….

[Tweet “81% of U.S consumers trust and believe what they read on a blog”]

I don’t want to lose that trust.

***Did This Help You? If so, I would greatly appreciate if you commented below and shared on Facebook and/or Google+.***

Yours in Gratitude,

Chef Katrina van Oudheusden

Connect with me on Google+

Email: Katrina@theChefKatrina.com

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Katrina
Katrina

Chef Katrina is a former Disney Chef. Retired from the corporate kitchen she now runs an online digital marketing training company called Marketing Ingredients. She is a mentor for Digital Marketeers. In her downtime she ballroom dances and spends time with her dog!

    2 replies to "Blog Help: How to Create a Popular Blog"

    • Amy Bovaird

      Great info, Chef Katrina! I’m also trying to establish a blog community. I’ve been blogging since March of last year and for the longest time, there were no comments. Now I get a few. But almost no interaction to my blog when I post it on my Author page. I’d like to learn how to make a warm, interactive blogging community.

      • Katrina

        Hi Amy!
        I have found that the biggest game changer for most bloggers is getting niche specific. Who do you want to talk to and how can you help them. Also create and reward your fans. Something I am still working on myself. And last but not least… have a call to action. Tell the reader what you want them to do. Share, comment, ask questions,… help create the next piece of engagement. And begin commenting and chatting inside FB groups and G+ communities.

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