6 Reasons You Might Be Losing Blog Subscribers

In this brief video I talk about the importance of retention in building your blog’s traffic. Simply put, you can’t afford to lose readers if you want to grow.

If you are losing readers, especially subscribers, it is usually for one of six reasons:

  1. Your titles don’t pull them in.

  2. You’re not using enough stories.

  3. You’re posting too infrequently.

  4. Your posts are too long.

  5. Your posts are unfocused.

  6. You’re not engaging in the conversation.

I not only address these problems, but share how to fix them.

At the end of the video, Stu McLaren provides an overview of the content we’ll be sharing next month with our Platform University members.

  • In our Master Class, I interview Amy Porterfield, the world’s leading authority on Facebook marketing. We talk about how you can use Facebook to expand your reach and grow your platform.

  • In our Backstage Pass, my team and I share with you the challenges and the payoffs of putting on a live event. We go behind the scenes at our first ever Platform Conference.

  • In our Member Makeover, Megan Miller, Dean of Platform University, and I review the platform of one of our members. We share with him ten recommendations to take his platform to the next level.

In addition to this, I will be hosting our members-only Live Q&A Conference Call at the end of the month. This is an opportunity for our members to ask me any question they want about platform-building.

If you’re not a member, check us out. I created Platform University to help you build your platform bigger and faster than you could on your own. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the inspiration, training, and resources you need to succeed.

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