Blog Audience Demographics – What’s The Demographics Of Your Blog?

Blog Audience Demographics

Blog Audience Demographics

When you’ve got a blog up and running, it can help to know who the people are that visit it. Having this information allows you to tailor your content toward  the right gender type, experience  level, and also income.

While there are many ways of doing this – you can us the Facebook pixel to give you this information – they’re not the only show in town. In today’s blog post we take a look at one place you can use to find out who your blog audience is.

Blog Audience Demographics – Quantcast

In this video we take a look at Quantcast.com and it’s WordPress plugin.

Blog Audience Demographics

Motivation Without Action Is Worthless

I don’t know if this statement was made by either Zig Ziglar, or Jim Rohn, but it always made me smile.  I’ll paraphrase it here. He said that an idiot that goes to a motivational seminar, looking to  get pumped up,  will still be an idiot. But a motivated one instead.

I see this a lot on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter everyday. Everybody liking, clicking and sharing motivational images, but for the vast majority of these people this is as far as it goes. I’d imagine if it was ever calculated, the vast majority of people do nothing with that motivation.  I think if you got a 2% action rate for a motivational image that would be high. Same goes with reading.

For those that do buy books and actually read them through to the last page (which is slim)  the vast majority don’t actually take action on what’s in that book. Sure, it feels like we’re making a change in our life by reading books on motivation and inspiration, but if you’re not taking action on that motivation and inspiration, that book was a total waste of time and money.

I’ll put my hand up, I used to do that too. I felt that by clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button on the Amazon store, that my life was suddenly going to change by going through the process of reading it and owning that book. But it never did. Fact is, I lost valuable time by reading these types of books and not doing anything with that inspiration and motivation.

So the next time you feel inspired to click ‘Like or share’ on a motivational image, ask yourself this question, ‘Am I going to do anything with this motivation?’ Chances are, if you’re not going to do anything with that inspiration, neither is the next person you’re sharing with.

Sermon over.

Black Friday, Bah Humbug!

…if you’re looking for a huge deal, something to max out that bloated credit card, or a package of stuff you’re never going to use, I’m sorry it’s not in here.

Sorry, you can close this email now, sorry to disappoint.

By the way, I’m not really anti Black Friday, I enjoy those YouTube videos too.

The ones where people fight over a stereo as if they were never going to make another one, or TV’s..

….and what is it with people and TVs?

Are we running low on them too?

John Rohn said it well when he said that rich people have large libraries, but poor people have large TVs.

Poor people also have huge hard drives…filled with content they could never use in ten lifetimes.

The ones that make money are the ones that make content and then sell it.

Today you’ve got a chance to fill your hard drive with stuff you’ll never use or make a commitment to use
what you have

Or you could pick and choose something you want to learn from the WriteCome.com site.

That would be a better choice, but hey, I’m biased.

Or if you’re already skint, check out the free content I have on the blog here.

You can even ‘Share’ some of it too. 🙂