How to Create Great Impact On Other Bloggers and Establish An Authority?

create great impact on other bloggers

What if you get tons of comments, shares, product sales on your blogs?

How great would it be for you if everyone is talking about you and your blog?

Want to know what it makes to create a great impact on other bloggers?

Solve your readers problems and differentiate yourself

If you want to gain loyal readers for your blog, make sure you’re focusing on solving their problems. One of the best tips to make any blog successful is this.

Try to find out the major problems in your niche by understanding your audience frustrations and needs, solve them on your blog by writing in-depth articles.

This way you’ll gain more impact even on the first time visitors, and go where people are gathering online. Use social media sites like twitter, Facebook, Google+ to find out what actually they are looking for.

Connections are everything

Seriously, connections are everything in blogging. You can’t simply make your blog success by having great contents on your blog.

No matter how great writer or Internet marketer you’re, you must be having great relationships with the influencers in your niche to make your products, blog posts and ideas go viral.

When you’ve more online visibility, no doubt your posts and ideas will get shared all over the blogosphere in no time, thus giving more reputation to increase your brand.

So, try to engage with those people who’re REALLY making a buzz online. Remember, top bloggers are always busy, you shouldn’t expect their response for your first tweet itself, keep on trying, buy their products and promote their stuff. Soon they’ll respond and listen to you!

Plan ahead

Write emergency posts.

If you’re extremely busy, these emergency posts can be scheduled to keep your blog ticking. But, make your emergency posts laser focused and useful, spend quality time to create and craft them.

If you’re not a fulltime blogger or Internet marketer, you should be considering hiring a writer, editor for your blogs to make it successful. After all, time and resources are very much essential in online business, agree?

So, plan ahead, know your budget, spend your money on online businesses wisely to produce great results in the long run.

Make other bloggers think with your content

If you want to create great impact on others and establish yourself as an authority, your content should be the key factor.

Make other bloggers think with your contents.

Take time.

Breathe immense value into your blog posts.

Add as much as MEAT into your content to make it go viral.

And repeat the process.

First impressions count a lot

Keep your focus on improving the design of your blog.

Design of a website plays a vital role in deciding whether or not to spend time on it. When someone lands on your blog, they’ll quickly decide whether or not to spend their time by just looking at the design elements of your blog.

If your design grabs their attention, they’ll spend more time on it to know more. So, keep your design in such a way that it’ll attract others in their first visit itself.

Increase your font size or change your typography, make little design tweaks, add/remove widgets on your sidebar, and test everything to get most out of your blog design.

Over to you:

Let me know if you’ve any more tips to create great impact on other bloggers, I would be glad to know your views in the comment section.

About Kiesha Easley

This is my blog - where I love to encourage bloggers. My hope is that you'll leave this blog with more than you came with; you'll learn something new or will at least be engaged and entertained.
In addition to teaching others how to blog, I'm also a college instructor who teaches students how to write for mass media.
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Comments

  1. Another example would be to write some controversial posts and draw some big comments from other bloggers. Apart from that you can blog about the latest hot topics, trends and latest news currently being discussed everywhere.

  2. Well done Rahul! Thank you for your insights.

    You state truths here, and I believe that fellow bloggers are the key to our own success. If you think about the way we are networked as bloggers, posting and commenting across the web, we amount to a social networking platform of our own.

    As bloggers, we are all interconnected one way or another if we do things right, and we are our best resource, bloggers supporting the blogs of others. This is a powerful idea, especially for newcomers who might not realize that getting traffic requires more than just publishing great posts.

    The one on your last that stood out to me was solving the problems of readers. This is the way we search on the internet, if we think about our own processes. I search the web when I am looking for an answer of some kind. If you don’t know where to start, you can start with your own problems in blogging.

    I find something that I struggle with in my own blogging, research and locate the answers, and then write the answers in a post. If I am grappling with an issue and don’t know how to solve it, my readers may be suffering with the same thing. So, in solving the problems I have, I can also solve the problems of my readers.

    Thanks again for solving some of my problems here,

    Darin

  3. Rahul, relationships surely matter a LOT. The more I reach out to people the more bubbly my blogs get :) It is not just about the traffic but the long term genuine relationships that keeps on building. It gives me joy as well to connect with the others.

  4. Well said rahul,
    First Impression is best impression ever and i always feel, helping our readers via comments is best way to establish an authority

  5. Well said Rahul,
    First impression is best impression ever. I always feel helping our visitors via comments is best way to build an authority

  6. I like the idea of being controversial in order to draw some comments from other bloggers. You know, “controversial” does not mean insulting people or stepping on somebody’s toes. It’s all about urging them to leave a comment because you pushed a certain button in them.

  7. Hey Rahul,

    Great Post Bro, Thanks for sharing, It helps alot to me. I like your two points most:
    1. Connections are everything: You are right without connections other bloggers are not to us.
    2. First impressions count a lot: As it is said first impression is the best impression, so it’s matter alot!

    Regards,
    Sohil Memon.

  8. So true Rahul. I definitely agree with the importance of connecting with your readers and also fellow bloggers. When I first started my blog it was the connection with bloggers that really helped to keep my blog going.

  9. I ltotally agree with your point of view. From my experience, a blog should be seen just any other product: it should satisfy a need and provide more value as compared to the competition. This is a continuous battle, but we can win it if we add quality content on a continuous basis.

  10. So true, Rahul!

    Stongly admit the last one, First impressions always do matter a lot when dealing with a second person. We call it, the “Primacy effect”. Which means, the perception of a human mind sticks the first and foremost impression, the person has created. Of course, there is the “recency effect” too

    Anyways, that’ was a really worth read

  11. nice article man, learn many new things, thanks.

  12. Awesome Post Rahul…… Establishing Authority is a very important aspect nowadays .

  13. Nice tips Rahul,

    I think everybody would accept this fact that first impression is the last impression. So you must build a blog which provide user friendly experience with useful and informative content. No doubt connection is really essential for the success of your blog, you should focus on building relationship with influential people in your niche.

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  16. Hello Dear

    i read your post yes i think connections are everything really this is a true and first impression is the last impression really your all points are great thanks for the sharing me

    Thanks & Regards
    Sarika

  17. Hey Rahul,
    The first point is very powerful. If you solve problems, lot of other things will flow. Many people have problems and are just looking for solutions.

    Thanks for this useful points

  18. Thanks for sharing this information, it’s very helpful!!

  19. I think connecting with your audience is the most important part of establishing your authority in your niche. However, this can not happen without writing quality content with your personal touch.

  20. Good. We must take it on count.

  21. Easiest way to know the future. Plan.

    I agree first impressions are important but this point reminds me of an ecard I seen recently that said something like this:

    Old too fast smart too late
    How do you overcome first impressions that may have not been the best?

    when you are starting out the biggest problem yo have is YOU DON”T KNOW BETTER?

  22. I so agree with the “first impression”. First impression comes from the blog content and design. Content is the king.

    Start with building a good quality of content, and then market it.

    great piece of writing :)

  23. I agree the website design matters a lot in creating the initial, significant impact. Enaging effective bloggers is the next step. Thanks for sharing the worthy tips.

  24. impressing article and really useful for me!

  25. It seems everybody is rehashing the same old ideas on blogs. A blogger as any writer should find something to stand out with to be outstanding.

  26. Establish an authority, its much tough game like SEO, but if it success then you will feel like zoooommmm :)
    Well detailed knowledge buddy, keep it up ..

  27. Writing article topics which can solve the readers problems can attract too many visitors to our site and it builds us a good fame in the field of blogging.

  28. I think that we have to remember that there are so many blogs out there all fighting for a piece of the pie and by bringing something a little special in a field that may be over run is very important, bringing in your own style of blogging also help with building your impact, people come to enjoy a style that you may have.

    Showing that you can also respond to comments left on your blog and the many social networks is also a boost to your authority and your overall impact ;)

  29. Very good article, topic is certainly important for people who wants to be professional bloggers. Building authority is long and difficult process.

  30. nice post , i had a tip now.

  31. If you are dealing with your blog and writings genuinely you can easily print great impact on others. completely agree with the point First impression count a Lot.

  32. Hii Rahul, Nice article.

    I guess networking is the key ingredient for blogging success. Adding others bloggers in facebook, twitter helps to make valuable connections and blogging relationship.

    First impression ofcourse important to have an impact on new visitors

  33. This article was a pleasure to read. I’ve been trying to do a little blogging here and there for my dental practice’s blog, but sometimes it’s just hard to find the time and energry inbetween everything else life throws at you. I do like your tip to plan ahead. I think I might try to implement this. I think if I could just write a couple emergency or backup posts when I have free time or left over inspiration from other posts it would save me a lot of hassle. Thanks for sharing.

  34. Hi,

    Authority and Personal Branding are two aspects, us bloggers need to focus on. Take Neil Patel for example, he implemented personal branding from the start of his career, and that carried him to the top of the league. A phone call with him is worth 2000 bucks.

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