August 17, 2007

"This monstrous mistake in your writing is costing you visitors, clients, money, and even friends."

If you're like most webmasters or bloggers you are not writing correctly on your site. And this monstrous mistake in your writing is costing you visitors, clients, money, and even friends.

There's an easy solution to this mistake, and I want you to take charge of it today.

The mistake in your writing that I'm talking about is, simply, calling your audience into action. It doesn't matter if you use great grammar, and all of your punctuation marks are right in place, and the layout of your text is appealing. If you're not willing to make your site visitors take and use the information you write then you are wasting your time.

It doesn't matter if you're a blogger, a business site owner, or run a personal website of your own. Even if you're just blogging about your personal life, having your visitors take action on something is going to change the way people think about your website.

When you simply write, for the sake of writing - or informing others, you're not doing anyone a favor. I don't even care if you're Tom Chandler, writing without calling your audience to take action is like riding a bike with no wheels.

Get your audience involved. Challenge them. Make them feel as if they have to do something different when they leave your website. My goal at Internet Hunger is to make visitors want to change their approach to thinking about the internet after they read my posts, or when they leave the site.

You need to do the same in order to make your visitors keep coming back for more. Not only will your visitors keep returning, but they'll often want more from you - including work. By giving your audience a feeling of connectivity with your website you're making them feel as though your website is a valuable part of their lives.

And it doesn't end there!

Keep writing, constantly update sections of your site and keep convincing your audience that they should do something, you will not regret it.

So, even though you can write well, and even though you have interesting things to write about, it won't mean much if you don't actively tell your audience to do something about it.

That's it for today, it's Friday which means the weekend is here. Tomorrow is my birthday, so be sure to wish me a happy birthday if you see me around.

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