“Seeing is not enough; you have to feel what you photograph” – Andre Kertesz

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Create link bait.

Give people reasons to link to you… Epic posts. Huge list posts. Interviews. Reviews of other (popular!) bloggers’ work and products. One successful link bait post can bring you traffic and subscribers for years

. Add a call to action to every post

What do you want your reader to do? Give it apowerful ending. If you inspire people to act, they will see results and love you for encouraging them.

Show off your personality.

Develop your personal writing voice. Dare to be a little different. Don’t try and sound like everyone else. This will help you seem less boring.

Hone in your headline writing skills.

 You need to make your audience curious, and you always need to spell out the benefit of them reading the post. Make prospective readers and subscribers think: I have to read that, right now!

Develop a basic Editorial Calendar.

Jot down the type of posts (list, interview, reader question, personal, epic, etc.) and fill in post ideas. This is fairly simple to do, and it keeps your content regular and flowing.

Come clean with your readers about how you’ve been feeling lately

Maybe you’ve tried everything on this list, and you’re still not feeling it. Let your readers know. You might be surprised by how they respond, and maybe come up with a few words to remind you why you fell in love with blogging in the first place.

Start working on an eBook

I’ve never personally completed an eBook. Some of you have, and have some good responses. However, I personally go through the process of starting and before I know it, I realize that there is a whole new section of my blog that can be opened. Personally, I don’t think it matters whether you finish or not, but the action of  creating content as a whole helps in figuring out what you are passionate about, and what you have to say about that particular topic.