How to Find New Readers

episode 80 of the Smutlancers podcast hosted by Kayla Lords and Molly Moore discussing finding new readers

If you have a sex blog or run a sex educational/informational site, it’s the question you probably ask yourself the most. How do you grow your audience, bring more people to your site, and find new readers? There are as many ways to do that as there are people in the world. And no single magic formula. In this week’s episode, we share several ways to generate more traffic but there’s one thing to keep in mind: These tips might get people to click on your link, but your content and site have to keep them there.

In this episode:

  • Reddit
  • Quora
  • Make it easy for people to share your content
  • Sex Blogger Lists
  • Learn how to ask your audience to do things (like nominating you for blogger lists)
  • Sidebar blogger rolls
  • Blogging memes
  • Participate in the community by talking to other creators and commenting on their work
  • Writing for other people
  • Google search/SEO

Links from the episode:

Choosing the Right Social Media Platform For You (podcast)

Sexy Smut subreddit

Pitching Publications (blog post)

Yoast SEO Plugin

SEO for WordPress (Eroticon blog)

From 1000 readers to 100,000 readers (Eroticon blog)

The Smutlancers Community on Patreon

Follow The Smutlancer on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

Follow Eroticon on Twitter and Instagram

KaylaLords.com

Molly’s Daily Kiss

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Kayla Lords

Kayla Lords is a freelance sex writer, podcaster, blogger, all-around sex content creating human, and she really likes creating content. As a writer, she focuses on sex and kink primarily on BDSM and power exchange. She works with private clients to write their content and manage their social media, while also co-hosting two podcasts, running a YouTube channel, and managing multiple blogs. Let's just say, she stays busy and wants to keep it that way. Kayla is an international speaker and an award-winning sex blogger. She believes we are stronger together as a community than we are isolated and apart. We all deserve to get paid for the work we do, but until we understand our cumulative power, we'll all wonder if we're "the only one" doing this smutlancing thing.

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