Do you engage with drive-by readers?
If not, maybe you should.
Because others, like myself, may be drive-by readers.
That means reading on the run. Waiting in line, waiting for to pick up grandkids, or in the dentist/doctors office. And almost always I read on my phone.
The absence of a comment doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the blog post. Simply means I wasn’t in a place to write one. Typing on my cell phone is not easy.
And even though we’re all very busy with the holidays, remember to read and click the “like” button. Means a lot to bloggers everywhere.
A post by OPINIONATED MAN encouraged me to do more.
So I’m going to start with an apology.
I’m sorry if I’ve disappointed any of my readers. I’ve read many posts but sometimes failed to click the “like” button. Just because I’m on the run doesn’t mean I can’t click “like.”
What tips did I garner from his post?
- The “like” button is an opportunity to connect.
- Don’t miss it.
- Drive by readers are important.
- We all get too busy to talk sometimes.
- When a reader clicks the “like” button, they read my post!
- Let them know I appreciate the effort.
- A reader is an opportunity to expand my network.
- Don’t squander it.
- Comments mean the blogger is an active reader.
- Answer them.
Check out the post below and let me know what you think.
Have you been guilty of reading and not clicking the like button?
Have you missed an opportunity to connect with new readers?
If you have the time, leave me a comment. But please click on the “like” button. Thanks!!
Reactive networking / Blogging BY OPINIONATED MAN