Out of those 50,000 subscribers, let’s say 10,000 read any given post.
If you’re writing once per week, you get 10,000 visitors per week, not counting social sharing.
Write articles with valuable information, genuinely try to help people, and be patient.
Sooner or later, everyone will discover how awesome you are. But if that’s all you do, you’ll have the greatest site no one has ever heard of.
If you try to add Facebook and Twitter into the mix, you’re just setting yourself up for failure.You need to find a great designer to create a custom Word Press theme for you, and then you can get back to business. Well, here’s some good news: For the most part, readers are oblivious to your design.If your content is impossible to read, then sure, that’s bad, but as long as they can find the navigation, and your content is legible, they’ll stick around and give you a chance.The worst thing you can do though is get distracted and try to do everything at once. And last but not least, we have the biggest misconception of them all: The so-called “snowball effect.” The idea is that it’s perfectly normal to get only a little bit of traffic when your blog is new.With every new post you write, your audience will grow a little bit larger, similar to the way a snowball grows when rolling down a hill. Sure, your traffic numbers may be pitiful now, but over a period of years, the compounding growth will result in a massive audience.