You may have noticed that Expertscolumn has become a much more popular medium for freelance article writers everywhere to start out and make a few bucks. There are so many writers on this website now that it is hard to count. Some of these writers are serious and are willing to put in the hard effort and work for months on end; some are just in it for a quick make and break. However, if you have written on here long enough, you may have been noticing that your views from other Expertscolumn users have been declining, and I have figured out the main reason behind this drop.
There is one main reason why your initial views from other Expertscolumn readers and writers are turning downward. It is not because the other writers care less about what you have to say, and it has nothing to do with the material you are writing on. The answer is simple: the amount of time your article spends on the front page. As I stated before, there are more writers pushing out their compositions on this website than ever before. When I began as a writer for this website over six months ago, my articles would spend between an hour to three hours on the front page of the website where they could be easily accessed by visitors and incoming writers. However, the amount of time has decreased massively since more writers have been submitting to this website. I have noticed that my latest article, I wrote earlier today, was a mainstay on the front page for approximately twenty-five minutes. After twenty-five minutes, newer articles took my own's place, making it less accessible to the public.
Though it is wonderful that Expertscolumn has thrived so greatly and has become a giant in the online composition industry, we start to receive the pitfalls popularity brings. It is at this time that we Expertscolumn writers must focus on other promotion tactics such as using Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit, and other means to make up for those lost views. Do not think of this as an inconvenience, but rather as a challenge. Sure, you may be able to write a flowing article with all of the bells and whistles, but the question still remains: can you promote it?