Maybe some of you wonder why there are no updates in my website recently. This is because the internet connection in my room has been terminated and I need to renew it for this second semester. But the bad news is, the internet provider in my college not yet open their business for this semester. So I cannot renew it right now. I’m not sure when they will open back the internet. Hopefully as soon as possible so I don’t have to wait any more longer. And this post was make from my friend’s comp who is have internet connection.
This had happen to my site many times. When there are no updates, your site will loose in visitors. Via the reports from WordPress Reports plugin, I can see the decreasing of visits and pageviews when there is no update on my site. Keep updating your site regularly will attract more visitors to your website. But how? When you update your website, as in WordPress, it will automatically ping your new content to Pingomatic. And Pingomatic will ping it to various websites to notice them that your site had updated. From that, people will know about the new published content and will come to your site to read it.
And don’t forget to ask them to be loyal readers by subscribing to your site feed. As you may noticed, in every single page of my post, I included a linked image to my RSS feed. With this, new readers that interested with your site will click on the link to subscribe to your site feed. So, the readers will get latest update in their feed aggregator when you post new content to your website.
I have make a post about how to subscribe RSS feed from FeedReader, a free RSS aggregator that you can use to subscribe and read RSS feed. This RSS reader is easy to use and the file size is small. If you have some money to spend, you can use FeedDemon instead. FeedDemon is another feed aggregator that works great and I currently using it right now.
Because of no internet access, I have make some draft posts by using Blogdesk (read my review). I hope I will get the internet on next week, so I can publish them to my site. Till then. See ya later… 🙂