[YouTube Video] The Number One Reason You’re Struggling to Get New Readers As a Beginner Blogger1 min read

Ever wondered why it seems so tough to go from 0 to your first hundred readers?

No, it’s got almost nothing to do with the quality of your work.

The truth is that it all comes down to one simple factor, the same one that influences how many comments you receive, or how many share your posts.

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Cristian Mihai

Became Internet famous by the age of 23. Never recovered. I write short author bios all over the web. I’m an acquired taste. Don’t like me? Acquire some taste.

18 thoughts on “[YouTube Video] The Number One Reason You’re Struggling to Get New Readers As a Beginner Blogger1 min read

  1. Thank you, this was helpful. I have heard this before but the way you likened this to a party no one showed up resonated with me. So I am off to do networking!!!

  2. Good insights here! Trustworthiness and consistency! And if no one shows up, it’s not much of a party. Thanks for this clear, articulate information. Very helpful! Subscribed and commented on the vid.

  3. thnx for the video, very helpful. i know exactly what you are talking about. you reinforced what i already knew, but i am not really a social person. Although, i am going to try to network as you have put pressure on that factor, and guess what i am doing now :). last thing, great voice and accent, really liked it.

      1. True. I take solace in a quote by Zhuong Zhou ” Reward and punishment are the lowest form of education.” And if you think about it, it rings quite true.

  4. I really like this new video idea of yours! Looking forward to many more videos full of tips. I really gained momentum now during the lockdown I have to say and posting consistently as you always advised makes a big difference.

  5. Thank you, most of the advice I have heard is to just keep pushing out content no matter what and it will start to build traction. I have realized this is only partly true, and you really do have to leverage the people you know and are connected with to build a loyal audience.

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