Saturday, March 10, 2012

3 Ways to End Your Blog Posts

How you end your blog posts determines how your audiences perceive your blog. In most cases, readers comes to a blog through a search engine and only because they were looking for a specific information. If your blog posts are not well concluded, most readers just leave your blog immediately after reading the information that brought them to your blog without having to check anything else or other pages. 

On the other hand, if you conclude your blog posts properly, there is a possibility that you may get some rewards in the form of more clicks, lowered bounce rate or even backlinks.

The followings are 3 ways that you can use to end your blog posts. These 3 ways may have some positive effects on your overall performance of a blog and page ranking;

Use Links to Other Related Posts
This is one best way to persuade your readers. Most readers are willing to read more information that may be related to whatever they are looking for in a blog. If you have some links of the related posts at the end of your blog posts, you are assured that some readers might become interested in reading more contents in your blog.

This is very important especially if you looking forward to lowering your bounce rate. It also help readers in accessing to older related posts.

Use Social Media Button
Blogger posts usually have the social media buttons automatically at the end of each blog post that reader can use to promote the post in different social websites. You can simply persuade you readers to promote your blog post or request them to do so at every end of your blog post. This is helps in creating backlinks as well as increasing traffic to a blog which help in ranking your blog higher.

Let Readers Know Your Upcoming Plans/Posts
“I will be posting some more information as I get it or keep on checking for more information on this page”; is a good way to end your blog posts. You are simply telling your audience that there is something new coming soon or your will be adding some information soon.

This makes your readers to be more curious about knowing the upcoming blog posts or what you plan to post in your blog and most probably, they will keeping on visiting your blog for more information. The most important thing is to make sure that you keep to the promise that you make to your readers.

There are many other ways that you can use to end your blog posts like telling your readers to subscribe if they would like to read more information about a specific post but I choose these 3 ways since they are more reader friendly and not forceful in nature.


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