I desire to start conversations around the gospel in the areas of your life that matter most.
This is a post to help you see my life, more specifically, the challenges of sharing this blog’s message more broadly.
It’s likely no surprise to you that I share my blog posts to social media.
But I have learned some startling statistics.
What would you guess is the percentage of my social media network that would see one of my online blog posts?
It’d be shocking to think 100% of my FB friends saw my posts, right? I agree.
What about three-quarters? Is that realistic?
Half? Would it be realistic to think that half of my network would see such a post?
Statistics say that only 3-12% of my social media network will see one of my blog posts. Whoa.
That’s much smaller than what I would have expected. Especially because this isn’t the general public I’m talking about. These are Facebook friends or folks who have liked the “justcor” FB page.
I don’t have the mustache (or money!) to be a paid salesman. Though Facebook offers me the chance to “boost” my audience (who are already my FB friends or like “justcor”!!) by paying them money, it is not something I plan on doing.
So how do I continue to share this with others when it seems Facebook is against me?
First, the only bona fide guarantee that you (or anyone) will continue to be a part of this conversation is by subscribing to my blog. That can be done quickly and safely (no spam, info kept confidential) and easily HERE.
“Argh! I don’t want any more email!” you might say.
I understand if that’s how you feel. But in this video I compare my blog subscribers to others and the statistics should encourage you and them that it’s worth it!
Second, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for every time you choose to “share” one of my posts online. It means a lot! I appreciate it.
Honestly, the gospel tells me that even if not one more person read a thing I write or saw a video I record, I’m alright with God. I believe this.
My hope in this blog is for people to read something or watch something that don’t have that same assurance!
Thanks for being a part of this conversation and helping to share it with others!