Keep Your Reader’s Engaged by Doing These 7 Things (For Food, Book, Photography Bloggers & More)

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What makes reader’s more bored?… Writing yawny, boring, crappy content. But don’t worry, we got you covered. Using these seven practical website hacks, you can end lackluster user engagement and turn viewers into highly-engaged prospects.

1. Make a strong first impression

Most people’s attention span lasts just four seconds across 20 percent of website content viewed. So, when it comes to your website, think about first impressions. You want your blog to have a professional simple design; a clean and uncluttered site; and an easy to navigate path.

Evaluate your content for your reader’s by determine your most important information and position it to capture the user’s attention.

Read: How to Flip those 20% “Blog Scrollers” into 80% “Addictive Readers”

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Mastering the art of silence!



“In silence, we have an opportunity to reflect, listen, and gain new insights about ourselves.
In silence, we can think, feel, and most important of all, breathe.
When you seek guidance, understanding, clarity, or peace of mind,
the first step is to master the art of silence
and to rethink the value of solitude.”

– Iyanla Vanzant

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How to Completely Reinvent Yourself (For Travel Bloggers & More!)

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1. Be generous.

There are numerous ways that you can be generous. It could be donating to a charity. Volunteering at a soup kitchen. Sharing your expertise by writing informative articles. If you support others, they’ll support you.

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* Tao Wisdom – Water

Find Your Middle Ground

flowing water scape

Water teaches the wisdom of Tao:

It takes no pride in sustaining life.

Live near the flow.

Let the mysteries of life wash over you.

Be transparent.

Give part of yourself to everyone,

And remember every part is whole.

Allow natural order to lead the way

And do what must be done.

Do not fight the current,

And your head will remain above water.*

~ Lao Tzu

Let us all drink more of it, and embrace water’s wisdom.


*Braun Jr., John; Tzu, Lao; von Bargen, Julian; Warkentin, David (2012-12-02). Tao Te Ching (Kindle Locations 177-186). . Kindle Edition.

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