You know when you write a post and begins to feel a good feeling that this was one of the best posts you’ve ever done? Expectation is high, you run to make the last adjustments, publish to your blog, share and then…nothing.
Life isn’t fair, but wait: perhaps the reason your post didn’t get the attention it deserves are small details easy to fix. Most of them we know, but we don’t always take the attitude of doing them, the classic example “the shoemaker’s son always goes barefoot”.
I’ve just found a nice infographic created by the guys at Bitrebels.com showing 10 ways to get more eyeballs on your posts. Simple tips that might help you increase your audience and engajement. Some of them are really easy to do so you can start using them on your next post. Let’s get it on:
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