As a blog owner, your visitor is your everything. The time you invest in creating, furnishing and publishing content on your website is all for the holy visitor. It is the visitor traffic that ultimately brings your blog revenue. Without a happy visitor, you can’t do much in the blogging world. However, you don’t need to worry. Visitor time on the blog is one of the significant concerns of bloggers today. But with the help of a few secrets, you can flip tables today.

Ask yourself ‘the’ question

When a visitor comes to your website, it only begs for very little. What a visitor demands are basic and minimal, but its provision can confuse bloggers. Ask yourself what the visitor wants. The visitor wants to make use of their time on your blog at maximum. This means that as long as the visitor feels productive, they will be on your blog.

Content quality

The importance of a good content quality can’t be emphasised enough. When a visitor searches for a keyword on Google, a lot of options pop up. What they want is to view the best that is out there. This is why search engines exist in the first place. If a visitor searches for ‘how to get over a break up’ and your blog talks about anything but that, the visitor will lose the interest. This means you have to take care of relevance. Provide whatever it is your blog promises for. Spam content is a big no. It is straightforward to detect spam content these days. And once spotted, the visitor would not want to spend any further time on your website. To ensure quality content, collaborate with writers who can produce content of great worth. This may cost you a bit much, but that is the right way to go when attracting an audience.

Be precise

One of the most significant human concerns today is the shortening attention spans of people. People don’t care for books anymore; they can watch videos. They don’t care for newspapers; they can check their newsfeed on Facebook. People don’t want to read lengthy blog posts; they want exactly what they are looking for, so always keep a word count strategy. This is again the relevance factor. If a visitor comes to your website, the first few seconds are your chance to grab their attention. To do so, you have to begin your blog by a hook. A hook is an opening that will create interest of the visitor. Do that. And get to the point as soon as possible.

Create a community

Another way to create audience engagement is to make your blog a community. A city would mean that the visitors will be able to interact with each other. You can allow this by opening the comments section. This also says that you are opening up to criticism on your blog, but that is alright. As long as you can tackle the negativity, you will see how people would want to revisit your blog for the sake of making comments.