While my blog is predominantly a style, beauty, & lifestyle blog – I also really love sharing the tips I’ve been lucky enough to learn over the past few years. Sure, I love all things style + beauty – but I also am truly addicted to the behind the scenes work of blogging. It keeps me interested and excited to post each day, and today I am excited to share a little bit I’ve learned from bloglovin’.
If you haven’t signed up for your own personal or professional blog up on Bloglovin’ yet, I can promise you by the end of this post you’ll be wondering why you never took advantage of such a great tool! When I signed up for bloglovin’ a few years ago I had no idea how to best utilize it to build up my websites traffic & following. I figured I would just post and see what happened – but there are actually things you can do intentionally to make your content more interesting to those scanning their Bloglovin’ feed.
WHY YOU NEED BLOGLOVIN:
IT PROVIDES FEEDBACK:
IT PROVIDES CONSISTENT TRAFFIC:
Your posts automatically post to bloglovin’. You don’t have to post it on that platform, and you do not need to schedule it. It posts directly on to the Bloglovin’ platform and instantly shows up to those
that had subscribed. This helps create a consistent flow of traffic to your website without any real work on your part!
even know about!
HOW TO IMPROVE IT:
CREATE UNIQUE AND INTRIGUING POSTS:
them. You’ll notice those posts will have more consistent likes, shares, and pageviews. If you’re not sure how to provide authentic and informative posts then check out my recent guide to creating engaging content!
CHOOSE ENGAGING TITLES + PHOTOS:
Keep the feed on your Bloglovin’ regular so you can consistently see improvement in both your following and your traffic. Plus, people like to follow someone who they can look forward to new engaging posts from, so be that person!
BE ACTIVE ON YOUR BLOGLOVIN’ ACCOUNT:
active on your bloglovin than being active yourself.
SAVE YOUR STUFF:
GET DOWN THE TIMING:
Just like with your blog, it’s important to know which times are your best for posting. When are your readers online? When are they checking blogs out? Experiment with times, and find out where your readers are located because chances are they are reading your blog either before or after work.