How the heck do they do it?
How do your favorite bloggers attract so many gung-ho, drum-thumping followers?
Be honest – you’d love to inspire that much loyalty.
You try your darndest to emulate them, but nothing seems to work.
Your visitors are like water pouring through a strainer.
They may come to check out an intriguing headline, but they hardly ever seem to stick around.
In other words, few visitors seem to turn into
So what is left to try? You feel defeated, destined to remain a small-time blogger.
But what if you could use the secrets of psychology to mesmerize your visitors and dazzle them into becoming devoted followers?
First, you need to understand the three psychological triggers underlying reader loyalty.
What is it with interviews?
All the top bloggers seem to do them.
They get to know each other.
They share their knowledge and stories.
And they engage, educate and entertain their fans.
Interviews are the mark of a professional blogger, and you’re dying to join that club.
But something’s holding you back.
You know that publishing an interview with a big name could do wonders for your credibility, but you don’t feel ready – too much could go wrong.
You could be ignored or even rejected.
You could embarrass yourself, trip over your tongue, or ask stupid, boring questions.
You could even land an interview with your favorite influencer only for the technology to fail and screw up your opportunity of a lifetime.
But in reality, most of your anxiety around interviews is simply a fear of the unknown.
Once you know the right way to approach interviews, they can be easy and even enjoyable.
It feels just like struggling to solve a 24,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, doesn’t it?
Connecting everything you’ve heard about building a popular blog.
Advice about headlines, design, writing, promotion, outreach – the list never ends.
And all the while you feel like nobody truly cares about your blog.
The big names in your niche get hundreds of comments and shares just for hitting “Publish” (lucky ducks), but your blog struggles to make the slightest impact.
Highly annoying, isn’t it?
The problem is that people don’t remember you, and they don’t talk about you.
And trying to figure out
why is giving you a migraine.
The good news?
One final puzzle piece will finally get people talking and drag your name up from obscurity.
Are you ready to discover what it is?
Have you ever wondered if people even
care about your writing?
You pour out your heart and soul, but sometimes that feels like shouting your words down a bottomless abyss.
know you have a world of knowledge to pass on – but you have no idea how to wrap it into an exciting package your readers will love.
Could it be that … your writing just isn’t
After all, if even famous writers like Hemingway or Steinbeck took many, many years to excel in their craft, how are you supposed to instantly produce a moving masterpiece out of thin air?
You just feel overwhelmed.
And when the time comes to crank out another post, that huge blank space with the relentlessly blinking cursor … frankly, it’s terrifying. Because you fear the response to your efforts will be radio silence … once again.
Luckily, you have a fool-proof technique at your disposal that is guaranteed to make your readers long for every word you write.
And it’s been around forever.
You know you’re
supposed to be reaching out to popular bloggers.
After all, without help, how will you compete with the Internet’s 150 million other blogs?
Popular bloggers already have large audiences. They can introduce your content to thousands of readers you’d never otherwise reach. They can introduce you to other powerful people online.
But something has been holding you back.
Every time you think of reaching out, it kicks in …
The fear of rejection.
“Why would famous bloggers pay any attention to
“They’ll know I’m a newbie and scoff in disgust!”
Don’t worry – these feelings are common. It’s freaking awkward to throw yourself in a total stranger’s face and ask them to help you.
Fortunately, though, there
is a way to befriend influencers and get them to promote your work without straying too far from your comfort zone.
In fact, if you do it right, outreach can easily feel less scary, more natural, and even invigorating.
Let’s find out how…