Annoying as hell, isn’t it?
When a guy who learned how to start a blog and launch it a couple of months ago is already getting dozens of comments and hundreds of shares anytime he posts something new.
While over in your world, a comment from someone not related to you is still a huge win.
What’s he doing differently? In fact, what sets apart all those bloggers who can rapidly build an insanely engaged audience from those who have to beg and plead just to get a handful of shares?
Is the answer really just “great content?”
Content is important, but plenty of bloggers put just as much time, energy and care into their content as those in the top tier, only to experience 10% of the results.
So what do the big guys have that the little ones don’t?
They have a relationship with their audience.