Apr 022018
 

Blogging for Business is such a long term goal that’s hard to keep in mind but I am inspired by all of you and all of the potential readers so I keep going, sporadically more than anything, but continuously.

Blogging is just one small aspect of building a business and it’s challenging when you don’t know if people are reading to the end as you rarely see comments and checking for new visitors is just not time effective. Building an audience starts with many seeds and a lot of hope, crossing fingers in hopes that one blossoms and just having fun on the way.

I am so very thankful for you, yes you, whoever is reading this as you are such an important piece in the puzzle that is passion. If you haven’t already, please be sure to subscribe to my newsletter for your free copy of Blood Day the Short Story and to stay connected.

If you’re an artist, of any kind, you want followers on Facebook and any other social media site you’re on so that you can network and understand who you’re reaching and when. Your audience, although it’s fun to see your numbers grow on social media, should all be connected through a newsletter so you can ensure you have a personal connection with your fan, just in case you leave a social networking site for whatever reason.

As an author, you can build your audience by asking for reviews on book seller sites such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble and it’s free to do!

Thanks for reading and making this possible,

Sarah Butland

  2 Responses to “Building an Audience”

  1. Building an audience is quite important. I have a guest post on my blog today that digs into that and why it’s important to build your author brand.

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