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It’s easy to find a blog about just about anything, which means there is a lot of competition for readers—and that makes building an audience extremely tough. You have to establish trust and build a relationship if you want people to return to your blog and share it with others. But you also have to find a way to get them to your blog in the first place.
There are standard, meat-and-potatoes methods for attracting readers, but those techniques are very common, which makes it difficult to stand out. Fortunately, there’s also a fresh crop of unique ways to build your blog audience—and a couple of them even let you get out of the house!
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Not sure where to go from here? Check out these five clever ways to grow your blog audience.[Read more…]
Afrigator (love the name!) has compiled some statistics on the current state of the African blogosphere, and it makes for some interesting reading.
Plenty of numbers to digest, with the full presentation available here, but here are some key figures of interest:
In Africa as a whole, the number of blog posts indexed by Afrigator leapt from just under 69,000 to over 115,000. In South Africa, posts more than doubled, from around 77,000 to over 164,000.
South Africa dominates the African blog space, with nearly three in every five blogs attributable to the country. Other identifiable countries include Kenya (8%), Nigeria (5.5%), and Tanzania (~2%). [Read more…]