Hello folks! This issue discusses how to take an article that has no views and change it into a more viewed article.

          Okay! So you have an article, it has been out for awhile. You got some views , but not a lot.  This has happened with many of the articles I have written.  I have been able to revive them through a couple of steps which is what this guide issue will be on.

  Step# 1: Title….  Examine your title. for instance, this article when I first was thinking on writing it, it was going to be called “Triond Guide Issue 5: Increase your views “. But I felt the title I changed it to would catch more eyes and it still stayed within the topic of my article.

  Step# 2: Description: Alot of of articles I see no one even really attempts to put much here. I try to put one or two sentences , with kind of a summary. And I try to make it feel warm . Like ” Hey Folks” or thanking them in advance, or telling them to feel free to comment added to what you already have.

  Step# 3: Article Body: First and foremost, spell check. Then go over your article see if there needs yo be some editing or adding or taking away. Tinker with it. I also towards the end like to pose a question to my audience at the end like on this I might say ” Are there some ways you know to increase it???”"     And then say”feel free to share them here in the comments, cause half the fun is learning :)

You wouldn’t believe how many people who actually read an article almost always reply. The intention you are trying to do is what I call ” peaking curiosity” or what a salesman would call a “hook” More or less you encouraging them to comment and share it. I have seen dramatic changes with this  Step in place.

   Also, do you have photos on the articles or any video. Like movie reviews , automatically go to youtube and get the trailer for the movie and share it with the article. This  has also helped dress my articles as well.

  Step# 4:  Category… Make sure you go where your supposed to here… ” A pearl not in it’s shell is hard to capture”  Meaning if the people who are interested in your recipe, have to go to a poetry site to find it you are killing your views.

   Step# 5: Tags. VERY important. Always at least ten tags , and if no views I usually go add more. I always make sure that all the tags I use are relevant to my article. The more tags the more possibilities :)

         And Finally we are the end. Only one more thing to do. Sharing. Use the sharing sites. Buffer, SU ,Digg,bolt,and many many more. See if that helps you , it sure helped me.

To see the ENTIRE TRIOND GUIDE you can go here:

                                                                          CLICK HERE FOR TRIOND SURVIVAL GUIDE

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  • smokychristine on Aug 31, 2012

    Thanks. This is really helpful.

  • sabanawaz on Aug 31, 2012

    helpful

  • shefaliarora on Aug 31, 2012

    Your guide is really very helpful for all triond authors. Thanks.

  • Uma Shankari on Aug 31, 2012

    Sure to help a lot of people.

  • Kai Vicky on Aug 31, 2012

    Thanks for the tips.

  • Jswana on Aug 31, 2012

    Yes, that is how to do it. Some of my articles take off like wildifre (well almost) and some don’t but I use the bookmarks and get the word out as best as possible. I spend a moderate amount of time doing so. Thanks for sharing. :)

  • septana on Aug 31, 2012

    articles are very useful and help everyone.

  • Martin Kloess on Aug 31, 2012

    Well written, thank you. And thank you for your support.

  • lonelyplanet on Sep 1, 2012

    Very well explained post with details.

  • avissado on Sep 1, 2012

    thanks for the share. Sure is helpful

  • frenchtoast on Sep 3, 2012

    Thank you. I’ve been a member of triond for awhile but I never really get to be active on here. I need all the help i could get, and this one just came in handy.

  • frenchtoast on Sep 3, 2012

    Thank you. I\’ve been a member of triond for awhile but I never really get to be active on here. I need all the help i could get, and this one just came in handy.

  • girishpuri on Sep 4, 2012

    quite help ful share

  • mborman on Sep 8, 2012

    good tips

  • girishpuri on Sep 9, 2012

    very helpful

  • elee on Sep 18, 2012

    very nice article :)

  • Kristie Claar on Sep 26, 2012

    Very helpful, thanks for sharing.

  • jennifer eiffel01 on Sep 29, 2012

    I will try these tips! Great ideas!

  • Trey Allen on Sep 30, 2012

    Nice article and thanks for share

  • johnmariow on Dec 20, 2012

    Thanks for the tips!

  • nassution on Dec 20, 2012

    nice share and useful,, :D thanks

  • Stanley Soman on Dec 21, 2012

    Thanks for the tips, I’ve got to share my article more.

  • Arthur Chappell on Jan 12, 2013

    excellent straight forward advice – thanks for sharing

  • Lynn Proctor on Jan 12, 2013

    Thank you for sharing those ideas. I think one of the most important things any writer can do to improve writing skills and their writing reputation, is to edit their work. That means (for me, at least), going back over the article carefully for misused words, typos, run-on sentences, capitalization where none is needed, or missing capitalization, missing hyphens or even just awkward sentences. It’s been many years since I took writing as a subject, and over time, skills are lost. I probably could use a refresher class!

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