10 Ways To Extend The Reach Of Your Site


 10 Ways To Extend The Reach Of Your Site

You may have thought that having a website was enough, but it's not. You can't just watch visitors come and go. You have to reach out to them and invite them in.

It might seem daunting at first, but there are actually some simple ways to extend the reach of your site and make sure people can find you even when they don't know your web address. This post will show you ten ways to do exactly that!

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Some helpful advice on how help make your writing stronger: 
❶ Eliminate all filler words and phrases, such as "just," "really," "actually," etc., by deleting them or replacing them with more meaningful language. 
❷ Remove adverbs, which aren't necessary. Instead of, "He ran quickly," try, "He ran." 
❸ Take out unnecessary adjectives and descriptive phrases. In other words, when you're describing things your readers already know how to see for themselves. 
❹ Don't be afraid to break up your writing with lists and bullets. They make the post more organized and easier to read!

The list goes on because there are a million different ways to improve your writing. While I've barely scratched the surface here, if you've made it this far then that's a good indication that you're interested in learning more and doing better.

You've probably noticed that since you first started reading, I've made some spelling and grammar mistakes – or maybe you haven't because I cleaned them up when I proofread this very post for publication. The point is that even after a thousand hours of practice, most writers are still far from perfect.

In fact, if you're anything like me, then you may be a perfectionist as well – and that's not always a good thing. It can make it hard to submit your writing because of all the mistakes you find in it. Then it can make it hard to share your writing with people when they tell you they find it boring or uninspiring simply because they aren't as interested in your topic as you are.

We're often our own worst critics – and that can be a good thing if it drives us to improve. It's just important to realize that there is no such thing as writing without mistakes!

You can learn from other writers, you can read books on the topic, you can study grammar and read a thesaurus, but at the end of the day, your skill will still come down to what you put on your computer screen. The only way to get better is to write more!

Writing For Others As A Hobby

For many people writing is first and foremost a hobby , something they do in their free time for fun. This probably won't ever change no matter how many books you publish or how many people tell you that you should be a writer.

In fact, if money were the only goal , it wouldn't have changed your writing at all. You would still be writing solely because you enjoy it in your free time and that's not a bad thing. The only catch is that when you first start out, your goals are probably much more modest than making a living off of your writing.

The first goal is to write for just yourself and whoever else happens to come across your work, such as family and friends or maybe even future employers . Your writing might never be published or even shared on the internet, but it doesn't matter. When you write for yourself and then others, you have more practice – and that's what helps you get better!

You'll notice when you first start writing that your work isn't very good. You might even think it's terrible. Don't worry about this though, as the truth is that most professional writers don't have their best work right from the beginning. Of course, they still do much better than beginners – but they also need to do some things first before they make a name for themselves.

For example, one of the first things most writers need to do is write a lot and for a long time . It doesn't matter what you write or how you write it. At the start, all that matters is that the experience helps you get better.

The only way to get better at anything is by doing it consistently . While reading alone can help, reading and writing are two completely different experiences. When you read, you passively take in information from someone else. When you write, you actively process your own thoughts and ideas and then put them out on paper .

Of course, you do this not only by writing but also by editing and revising and rewriting. Each of these steps is a different experience and benefits everyone who does them. The more variety there is, the more your work will benefit from it. For example, if all you do in your spare time is read or go to the library, then you'll never get better on your own – because you won't be writing anything!

The first step in getting better is to start doing something else besides reading all the time . We don't think about how much exercise we spend at the gym when we're there working out on our own. We just do it because we enjoy it. It's the same with writing.

Once you start doing something else besides reading, then it will be easier to do it regularly , and your goal is to start doing it consistently . The more consistently you do something, the better you get at it. And the more your writing improves, the more popular it becomes, which means that people are finding out about you and starting to enjoy your work even if they never leave their house or read any of what you write.

Writing For Yourself As An Occupation

Moving on from being a hobby writer to being an actual profession requires that your writing is good enough that people take notice of it and want to put you in their story . These people can be friends, fans, or editors. They can be anyone who has read your work and likes it – or even someone who has never read it but is interested in it!

This all starts with the writing being good enough to publish , which is what you need if you want to make a living off of your writing (or at least some sort of income). The truth is that you don't have to start out by seeking a publisher . You can start by seeking an audience instead.

This doesn't mean having lots of random people reading your work – but rather people who like what you write and will recommend it to others.


The only way to get better at writing is by doing it. All the reading in the world isn't going to improve your work.

A writer must write every day – even if they're so busy that they can't find time. Even if they never intend on publishing anything, a writer must begin a blog of some sort because writing is a hobby , not an after-school job!

For many people, writing is their only hobby . For other people, it's just something fun to do with their free time.

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