5 Most Certain Blog Readers Reactions If…
Readers are left intrigued
This type of reaction gets very certain with postings which are written in interest of your readers. The choice of topic and your writing style if it is able to gain your readers attention then you can expect your blog readers becoming more and more intrigued.
Readers leave their comments
This type of reaction depends upon the interest level of the readers on your blog postings. If its compelling enough or if readers are made to agree or disagree with your point of views, they are more likely to leave their comments then. And when more and more people start leaving their comments on your postings, you can expect even bigger ‘stir’ to the mix especially when none of those comments seem to be relating with each other, obviously not everybody will share similar opinions or perspectives.
Readers feel confident
This type of reaction again gets common with postings where people tend to agree with your point of views. When you ‘verbalize’ your opinions in your writings, you are then strengthening your own conviction. As more and more people begin to comment in support of your own views, you can see your confidence skyrocketing in no time.
Readers develop a learning attitude
Imagine comments pouring in from everywhere on any particular post. As a new visitor to the same post, you find your time worth spending on those comments as you see it as a way of gaining knowledge. This then makes you more confident and compels you to leave your thoughts on the same. As a whole, comments left or responses shared on any particular posting eventually adds up to the knowledge of your readers especially if it is in the interest of your readers.
Readers are made to visit often and again
Nothing much to explain here. To put it simply, first impression is the last impression. If you fail here then fail forever. Your readers will keep coming often and again if you are making them to do so. Once your postings turn out to be interesting and knowledgeable resource, it adds tremendously to the positive experience and thus the loyalty of the blog reader grows stronger and their return becomes more likely.
Now, we can make out from above points that it is all in the comments. So finally you have to make sure your postings have all that necessary elements to engage readers and make them leave their thoughts on the same which in turn helps to validate the site itself demonstrating a sort of ‘social proof’ to any new visitors. Any comment or thought posted on any post or say blog, sets off a ‘chain reaction’ that often leads to additional traffic and greater loyalty which is what we bloggers desire in the end !