Blogs are an incredible source of information. It’s a platform where knowledgeable writers can write about whatever they wish. The variety of categories is infinite! Blogs are resourceful ways for people to spread their thoughts and wisdom to others individuals who need are searching for advice on business or other works.
Writing a blog post and uploading it is pretty simple. The real problem comes from gaining a decent audience and gauging which topics they enjoy reading from you.
As most bloggers have noticed, some posts have done much better with readers than other posts. Usually, the best one can do is to guess on a topic and wait and pray that their readers will read and share it. Until now, that is.
One of the best ways of fixing this conundrum is by surveying visiting readers. People love to answer all sort of questions about themselves, especially if it’s about their likes and dislikes.
This shows your readers that you truly value their opinions and consulting them on topics, instead of stubbornly running on ahead without listening to them. Most of all, readers would love to help out when asked of them to complete your survey; chances are they might participate.
Most blog owners have a subscription box beside their content that allows readers to be updated on future posts. This is a perfect way to also spread your surveys. And you can embed surveys directly into over 30 email platforms with YesInsights! Readers will even be able to finish the survey directly in the email.
After their initial response, they can decide to go into more detail or not. We’ll even track the emails of people who responded. Which opens a world of possibility for bloggers!
They can respond directly to them. They can set up dedicated landing pages for each response. Or they can get really creative and create their own system. We’d love to hear about what process you use or create in the comments!
If you wish to make your blog really thrive, understanding the minds of the readers is vital. Unfortunately, mind reading is a skill that most bloggers can’t develop… YET! (I’m looking at you, Elon Musk.) Surveying may take some time to perform and gather feedback with, but it can lead towards a hoard of delicious information.