Yesterday I wrote my first official post on Medium. To read the post you can click on https://six-things-to-do-if-you-want-to-help-someone-whos-grieving-i-lost-three-people-in-less-than
If it resonates with you or you like my writing, please root for me by clicking on the ‘clap’ icon in Medium. If you want to be notified of my future posts, click the ‘Follow’ button.
I’m still very new to Medium and am not sure how one gets readers or makes their post visible to a lot more people out there. I don’t think the ‘lack of experience’ is the issue though. I’m four years old on WordPress and I’m still looking for answers to the same questions. I’m not sure if it is because I don’t write on a specific subject but whatever catches my fancy or that I’m not active enough in the community or that I’ve got the tags all wrong. I’m certain it’s not the quality of my writing. I’ve seen worse writing with a much larger and active following. Whatever it is that’s preventing me from becoming the next big blogger out there I am thankful to those few who never fail to read my posts, like and comment on it. It’s nice to be read… obviously.
If any of you experienced bloggers has tips on how to increase traffic here on my blog or on Medium, please let me know. I could do with the help. If it’s the technical sort of advice, just spell the word ‘Technical,’ without going into the details because I don’t think I can wrap my head around ‘Technical.’
With that said, I can tell you I’m feeling much better after writing the post I’ve attached the link to above. It gave me a sense of closure. To all you WordPress bloggers who’ve been there with me over the last few months sharing your own experience with loss and your words of strength, please know that your words gave me strength during my darkest days and helped me know that I wasn’t alone.
Have a wonderful Sunday!