What if you wanted some advice or information from a friend and all he does is force and orders you to follow the stuff that he says, would you continue to go to that person for more advice? No, I don’t think you would.
Our blog readers are just the same. They come to our blogs for information to help them and if you boss them around they may never return to your blog for information.
Sometimes it’s best to use words of encouragement when writing post for our readers, they will appreciate it more.
Words That You Use To Force
This is one of the most popular forcing commands on the internet, click here. This is used on almost every website or blog that you stumble upon most of the times, in multiple locations as well. I must admit that I have used the “click here” command.
Has this technique worked?
Well yes it has worked for me. But in order for it to work, you have to give your readers a valid reason for them to click on the link that you are suggesting to them. Tell them what to expect when they “click here”, give them a preview and how they can benefit from whatever you are recommending to them.
This is another word that people use to force their readers to subscribe to their blog’s rss feed.
Does this work?
Quite frankly, no! I have tried this and it does not work for me. I realize that when you have great contents on your blog to help build up your readers to help them, then they will freely subscribe to your blog. So no need to force them subscribe, put more work into your content and they will subscribe if they feel the need to stay connected to your blog.
Another way to get your readers to subscribe to your blog is by using some eye-catching rss icons. Here are some great icons for you…
It’s better to provide quality content on your blog which will make it easier for your readers to “click here” or “subscribe now” to your blog.