Hi! I have one tip for your blog (I personally don’t follow it) :
If you want followers, choose a little field and stick to it.
Photos of cats, fashion in Italy, collecting forks, French painters, whatever.
I do the contrary, my blog talks about :
- “Things have many faces”.
- “Subtlety is better than false simplicity”.
- “Disillusions are part of the game”.
- “Rules are mostly movable/beware of mindsets”.
- “It’s funny/useful to compare or weave separated things”.
- “Art is a great buoy”.
- “Watch in the now/around you/the propensity of things”.
- “Finding structures as intelligence”.
- “You can quit the surface of new things”.
- “No one is a prince in every Kingdom”.
- “Keep aspects hidden/Be a Waldgänger”.
- “Consider other ways to change/Know how to wait”.
- “We need to be disturbed/There are many ways to deal with problems”.
- “Stay a dilettant/Slide and don’t bear down”…
…therefore I don’t have many followers. A few hundreds, in… years.
Your work will be found if you share it on Social Medias, but most of the time it’ll come from Google and other web search engines. You need to choose your Categories & Tags.
It’s never been easy for me to choose. Here’s what I learned :
- WordPress limits the number of tags & categories (combined) to 15.
- Invent only a few big categories, it’s useless to be subtle here.
- For an article, check one to three categories, not much.
- For tags, use the obvious (ex : France, Recipe, Cake), enlarge (ex : Culture, Traveling), then be more specific (ex : Chocolate, Paris). It’s about combine-harvesting larger!
- Conclusion : focus on TAGS.
You wrote an article about Hemingway?
- Category it : USA, Literature – that’s it.
- Tag it : Hemingway, Author, Books, Reading, Literature, USA, Novels, Writer, etc…
Think “hook”. Use Google to find other hashtags if you need.
Thanks for reading!
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