You want to build an audience for your blog.
And not just a casual, passive audience – a mob of fanatical fans.
Fans who click the link to your latest post the second it lands in their inboxes.
Fans who always leave comments and can’t wait to share your work with their followers.
Fans who’ll even drop you an email from time to time to tell you exactly what’s on their minds.
In other words, you want your readers to feel strongly connected to you – the way people feel in real life.
But getting that connection online is tough. No matter how well you write, a blog creates a certain distance between you and your readers.
However hard you try, reading a blog post is not the same as having a conversation with someone face-to-face.
So how do you create this connection you crave?
Fortunately there is a simple answer.