Just a few days ago I shared a couple of blog post with my followers on twitter and a few in my circle on Google Plus. What I have come to realize is your social proof, if not totally depends on your authenticity when posting or sharing. I know that there are some tangible aspects of social strategy and engaging potential readers. That could be anything from sentence structure to tactical analytics, guest posts, etc. Nowadays, you could have dedicated readers via Rss Feed without knowing it. Tracking is very important in the blog world or marketing anything on the web. However, are your followers reading what you shared, is the question I still ask. If you start without a single subscriber, what is your next move?
Many blog users rush and begin to load there sites up with plugins. Its been my experience that using unnecessary plugins can slow your site down in terms of page load times. A content delivery network such as MaxCDN can increase load-times that will ultimately help your search engine traffic coming to your blog.
I concluded some websites promote garbage compared to what others consider as quality content. Some of those sites I won’t mention get more responses without even trying it seems. On that note I say stick to your guns even if you don’t know what your doing, you will get better.