It has been a few months since we’ve done an “ask the readers” post here on Think Traffic and since it one my favorite things we do here on the blog, let’s get back to it!
Piggybacking off our post earlier this week about how epic content really does work, we’d love to have you share:
What is your most popular piece of content and why?
Whether you measure it in total social media shares, unique visitors, or some other metric, let us know in the comments below this post what your most popular piece of content of all time is (written, video, or audio) and why you think it is.
The point of this isn’t to just pat ourselves on the back and talk about how great we are. The comments will end up being a place for you to look at what other people have created and see how you can do the same for your audience and platform.
In your comment, explain your thought process behind why you created the piece, how you went about titling it, and if you modeled it after someone else’s content (no shame in that) share who it was.
Last Time on “Ask the Readers”
Previously on “ask the readers” we asked, “what is holding you back from where you want to be online?”
My favorite answer came from Carlos Ramos. Here’s an excerpt.
“As stated before by some, I think the biggest problem we can have is ourselves. At least I know that is my case: lack of security in what I am doing, doubts in the content I can create, wondering if I will ever level up my writing skills, dealing with people that say “Are you serious? That is a total waste of time”.
But, all in all, if I do not believe in myself, who will? More than skills and techniques, I think I have to begin reframing my mind, believe in my project, (and) in what I do. And that is where I plan to begin, attack my negative ideas and build up from there.”
Back to today’s question: What is your most popular piece of content and why?
Let us know in the comments below this post.