Want to find Easy Ways To Get More Reach For Your Blog And Business? Then this is the article for you.
They say followers and reach don’t matter because if you can’t sell with 500 followers, you won’t be able to sell with 5,000 followers. I say it’s wrong. Gaining more followers will make sure your content reaches more people, increasing the chances of conversion or sales. The numbers are not just to show off. It keeps you happy and motivated. It makes you work hard for $1,000, $2,000, and more.
Yes, you should not go crazy with the follow/unfollow game, but yes, it is something that you should focus on. You never know; your next follower could be your next client.
You start your social media and business thinking; you will be the next Ambani or Tata. You think you’ll launch a business and leads and inquiries will start pouring in. But that’s not how it works. You have to make efforts to grow it continuously.
Here are some easy ways to get more reach for your blog and business:
7 Easy Ways To Get More Reach For Your Blog And Business
Make use of Facebook Groups
This is a game-changer. The kind of support you get in these kinds of groups is amazing. There are so many opportunities you can get to get more followers and reach when you start promoting in the group.
Just search for blogging groups and join the ones you like after reading the descriptions. There are some threads which have a compulsion to follow everyone, like every link, etc. But you don’t have to do that, as it is time-consuming and doesn’t make sense. Invest your time in what will help YOU. These groups are not just about promoting your stuff; they are also about clearing your doubts and asking for suggestions and feedback from totally Random people who you know will be honest with you because they don’t know you.
Many groups have daily threads where you can promote your blog or business. The threads include but are not limited to, blog post commenting, blog post sharing, Instagram follows and engagements, Facebook Page likes, follows, reactions, and shares, Pinterest follow, pin, CTs, and comments, Twitter follow, YouTube Follow, collaboration Threads, and many more.
PS: You always have the option of leaving the group if the posts get too much.
Go ahead and create your Group board. Or turn one of your boards open for collaboration and invite people. This will ensure you have a dedicated following. Just be sure not to be spammy but to be active and pin actual useful and helpful content.
Don’t just leave a Yes or OK and run away. Yes, for what? Do you understand it? Do you agree with it? Or that you like it?
You don’t have to write paragraphs in the comments. Just write 1-2 sentences on other fellow niche blogger’s posts to grab their attention. There are high chances that they will either give you a revert, pin your comment, or comment on your posts too.
I have said it before, and I will repeat it: LinkedIn is a gold mine when it comes to networking. LinkedIn is not just a social media platform. It is a professional platform where you can network, grow your business, get inquiries, leads, sales, clients, freelance gigs, job opportunities, build your brand, and more.
I have a detailed article on how to optimise your LinkedIn profile step by step. You can check it out and start exploring the platform.
Start by sending connection requests to people in your niche. Then by commenting on their posts. Comment on something meaningful to grab their attention. They will surely respond to you and might reach out to you if they have something suitable for you.
Start sharing your blog posts on your feed, and slowly but surely, your blog will start to gain traction.
Ask your friends to promote your page
Your friends don’t have to buy your products or services if they don’t need them. Being a friend doesn’t mean they have to empty their pockets to help you. They can give you a shout-out in their stories and tell their followers to follow you. If not all, some will do, and something is better than nothing.
Tell your friends to comment on your posts
Your friends don’t have to go out of their way, but they can surely like your posts and comment on them to support you. This will not cost them anything. And if they don’t know what to do, then do it for them. Tell them what to write and how to do it. Share your expertise.
Share All the Time
Lastly, you have to share your stuff. You have to promote yourself, and you have to get out there. Because if you do not promote yourself, who will? Share your posts on Stories when you’re done scheduling. Share it after a few days to remind people what it is.
Go out every day. Connect, interact, and engage daily. That is what will help you get more followers and reach for your blog or business.