9 Tips to Increase The Subscribers to Your Blog

The biggest problem most of the bloggers have is that, they don’t know how to convert their first blog visitors into loyal readers and how to motivate them to subscribe to their blog feeds. When any of your blog reader has subscribed to your blog feed in his/her feed reader, then he/she will most likely visit your blog on regular basis to check your latest posts. Every blogger wants high number of RSS subscribers to their blogs. So here are some tips bloggers can follow to increase the number of subscribers to their blogs:

  1. Quality content – Update your blog with quality content on regular basis. Provide your blog readers valuable and meaningful content. When you are able to update your blog with quality content, then the loyal readers to your blog will surely increases.
  2. Once you have good content on your blog, now you need to place your RSS Feed Icon or link on the prominent position on your blog. The best places to show your RSS feed link are header, Sidebar header and in between posts. Subscribe to my SFM blog RSS by copying the link given in your RSS readers.
  3. Show your RSS feed count – When you start getting some decent traffic and respectable RSS subscribers to your blog, share your RSS feed subscribers count with your blog readers. Suppose your blog have around 100 RSS subscribers, share this count with blog visitors to increase this count further. Feedburner is a service where you can create the feed for your blog and use their ‘feed count’ code on your blogs to show the exact number of subscribers your blog have right now.Subscribe in a reader
  4. Forums contribution – Spend some time on the forums related to your niche and offer helpful information to the participants there. When the people find your advice helpful, they will surly visit your blog and subscribe to your blog RSS to know the latest posts on your blog.
  5. Stay focused – With regular content addition, one need to add content related to their blog topic. If a blogger jump from one topic to another, then the readers on that blog will not be interested in subscribing to that blog RSS.
  6. Full RSS Feed – Offer full RSS feed to your blog readers instead of partial RSS feed. People are more interested in subscribing to a blog RSS feed that is full and not partial.
  7. E-mail Subscription – There are very few people who use RSS readers but e-mails are used by everyone these days. So to get these people to subscribe to your RSS, ask them to subscribe to your E-mail RSS feed where they will get your latest posts via e-mail. To subscribe to my blog RSS via email, enter your e-mail address in the box given below:
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  8. Submit to RSS directories – Submitting your blog RSS to RSS directories will help more people to find your blog RSS and subscribe to it.
  9. E-mail signature – Use your blog RSS along with your blog Address in all of your outgoing e-mails.
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