Always Room for Improvement!

According to my WordPress analysis my blogs performance although it has potential lacks in its performance with only a total of 13 visitors and 22 views. In regards to shares or comments there was no activity of that sort for this blog. However, before I go and cry myself to sleep at night thinking of all the missed levels of engagements my little blog could have had, I know there are some solutions that could help to improve “The Cam Buzz” performance.

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Looking at a couple of measurement tools that could be used for the advancement of my blog I thought my first one I could focus on was my Klout Score. In trying to find different ways to improve the performance of my blog, I first need to know exactly where I am at initially. First things first, a Klout score is “a number between 1-100 that represents your influence. The more influential you are, the higher your Klout Score.” In knowing what my klout score is now I have a number that I can base my changes on and work to increase that number. By keeping track of my score I get an overall sense of my present reach and influence with my online presence.

Another tactic I can take into account would be the focus of conversions.Conversions  is when you are “getting a user to take a desired action on your social media platforms.” Whether it is posting content that is specified to a  certain target audience, to increase your chances of interactions with viewers and ultimately get people talking or its encouraging those same viewers to share your content on various social medias by providing them with direct links and easy ways to communicate back.

I believe that these two forms of measurements can be beneficial to improving a blog’s performance because let’s face it, the more that is said about whatever content you put out there and is shared, is one of the best ways to help improve your social media media foundation. A blog shouldn’t be a person simply sharing their own thoughts and opinions with themselves, it should be about making possible connections with people who could share the same interest or even on the business side of things create that customer loyalty. Also, enforcing whatever your brand image you choose to enforce.

By knowing exactly where your social media presence stands  (your KloutScore) and taking that specific number into account you can set a goal for yourself, mine being is to increase that number. One of my personal goals was to make my presence more prominent. I want to be able to talk to viewers and have them engage in my content. Thats where the conversions come in. By taking that extra step like providing the link to each of my blog posts to my other social media accounts and encouraging people to let me know their thoughts, I can hopefully open up that gate of communication. Even if someone may not fully agree with me, it is always beneficial to hear someone else’s thoughts and opinions. There is always room for improvement and even the most talked about blogs started from humble beginnings, with the right tools and knowledge of how to use them there’s always a chance for major social media recognition the way you want it!


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