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How Can You Know What Your Audience Wants? — 14 Comments

  1. Hi John!
    Great post and very useful for people who are new to this, making a blog and don’t know much about what their audience wants, specially if they have a small audience. I think one of the most helpful tools for this is Google Analytics, like you mentioned in your article, and helps me know more about the people who visit my site. I also try to find for other blog similar to mine, like you wrote about, and see what they lack and what I think me as a reader would prefer to read and learn about. Probably seeing this from the user’s point of view can help me understand better what they want to find in my blog.  I think I still have a lot of things to improve for my blog, but your post is a great guide to understand my audience better. 

    Best,

    Mariana

    • Thanks for reading my blog post and for taking the time to comment Mariana. I am glad that you enjoyed it and that you found bits that will help you improve your blog.

      That’s right, there are many tools that we can use to learn what our audience likes to see when they arrive on our blog. Which one is best to use depends on the one you feel comfortable with.

      I look forward to seeing you on my blog again soon Mariana.

      By the way, have you seen my latest article? ~~> What Is the Yoast Seo Plugin About ? 

      Please do let me know what you think, okay?

      Best wishes,

      John

  2. Hi John,

    This is a very informative post, thanks for this. I agree that building relationships with your website visitors is a good idea. Comments sections like this one are are a great way to do that. You can point them to other posts that may be relevant to them. It is also good to show search engines that your website is active and alive. This is something I am doing more of on my own websites.

  3. Living the laptop life is hilarious.  I found myself laughing as I was reading through your page.  It was very captivating.  I also could not agree more with the message of marketing to a niche. Your gravtar at the bottom is a nice touch too. Thank you for sharing this post

  4. This is a very informative post. I learned some important points about creating quality content. An audience were opted to your website by searching the keyword of something they needed and to find the answer or solution they are looking for. To build a better connection with your audience you must offer them a helping hand not selling them. Thank you.

  5. Hi John! This post has been super helpful! Finding the answer to this question (what does our audience want?) can make the difference between a successful site and an unsuccessful one.

    What you have commented concerning remaining constantly on standby, has got me thinking. I’ll definitely put this into practice. Thank you very much!

    • Great to know that you’ve got something to work on from my blog post Henry. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.

      I wish you the very best,

      John

  6. Hello John,

    Thank you for your great post, it is really useful. I absolutely agree with you it is absolutely necessary to know your audience – the visitors they would be interested in the topic you are writing about or you try to sell.

    About the articles and content – I have to admit I picked the Niche, which allows me to follow my intuition, I do not use some analyses yet, but I feel I am on the right path. But some people try to use analysis (Google Analytics, Facebook pixel etc.) and find out what the audience is, other people go differently and find the audience by emotion/intuition. As far as it works, that’s what matters.

    Still, I find your post very comprehensive and important to know for the business.

    Thank you and I am looking forward to another one of yours.

    Bye Renata

    • Thanks for your interesting comment Renata. As you say, there are many ways to find out what your audience expects of you. It is up to you to decide which one you are more comfortable with. You can also combine two or three systems so that you have a more accurate view of what your audience wants.

      To make sure that you do not miss any of my future posts, all you have to do is to sign up for my newsletter ~~> NewsLetter

      I wish you the very best Renata.

      John

  7. I think it all starts with outlining the target audience. For any niche, a sliver of the population will take to your articles and overall website. For instance, if I were to start a blog on the history of the Cleveland Browns, my main geographic target would be Northeast, Ohio since it’s in the location of Cleveland, or namely Cuyahoga County. A team like the Browns, especially a history site pertaining to them, might fare better with middle-aged to older adults nationwide since the team had been on hard times since 1990, while most football aware age-groups would be ready and willing to read my material in Northeastern Ohio. This is just one of many, thousands, of niche examples when it comes to zeroing in on that target audience. 

    • Great example Todd, thanks for sharing your thoughts on the subject. I am glad to see that you are a faithful reader of my blog and your comments are always very much appreciated.

      I hope that some of my readers will take into consideration your comment as it is a great add on to my article.

      I wish you the very best,

      John

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