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How to attract new readers to your articles

Updated on February 9, 2014

I received a letter from Google and I was curious as how did they get a chance to mail me such an Advertising card with too many Google user around the world. And the good part, it's equivalent to $100 dollar worth of free advertising.

Well, with too many people signed up for Google, I am lucky enough to received such opportunity.


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Question is?

And the answer is:

An important thing that will direct new readers to the content of your blog is to run an ad. Google Adwords will help you start with it. With their free advertising coupon, you would likely get news visitors for your blog.

How it works? It's simple. Just set up an adwords account. And when readers or users search for keywords in search engine, your ad that is related to the content of your blog would appear on the result page.

Note: It only works for someone who has a website.

If you receive a complement card from Google that means, they want you to start your business and it shows you how it works.



Important Factors to Consider in Writing about Your Content


There are contributing factors involved in order for your readers to be hook into the content of your blog. The content of your blog plays important factor to grow in the blog world. With so many bloggers and writers doing business online, your content must be attractive to your readers. Content that is unique would receive many viewers or visitors. Yes, you may ask, how do you make your content unique?

For example, content that is hard to read or understand would unlikely get an audience. If you are using technical words, you must have a definition of the words that a layman person can understand. You are not in the code business. If the readers find out that they have to decode every words in your content, the tendency is they would leave it right away and wouldn't likely to come back. Also, one important thing to note that it can't be found easily by search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo and others.

You heard many advices on how to make your content unique. Yes, you have done everything but it seems that it's stagnant. So what's the problem?

What topic are you fond to write? Niche like "How to", Tips and and guidelines of doing stuff would really get your content popular in the search engine. Poetry and short stories would only sell to few people. So, if you want your content to stand out, write something unique and original.

The Lay-out of your blog is also important. Font, style, font size, and colors are essential factor. If it's too dark, too small, too large-- users and readers will not likely to visit on your blog again.

If you have one visitor to your blog, make them come back. Make them bookmark your site. It makes a lot of difference.







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    • jojo29 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jane Boucheirre 

      6 years ago from CA

      yes--you have to have a website to placed the ads. I did this for my site.

    • juneaukid profile image

      Richard Francis Fleck 

      6 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      Very helpful hub, but if one does not have a website, how would a google ad be placed?

    • Dbro profile image

      Dbro 

      6 years ago from Texas, USA

      Interesting hub. I received one of these offers from Google myself. I'm hoping to use it to increase my audience. We'll see how it goes.... Thanks for sharing!

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