This is a guest post by Danny Iny.
You spend a lot of time nurturing the relationship you have with your audience.
You give them amazing content, useful information and as much of your personal attention as you possibly can.
You listen to their concerns, accede to their requests and generally, make yourself a vital resource for them.
Itâ€™s a lot of work!
Isnâ€™t it time they did a little of it for you?
Wait, you say, have my audience work for me? Isnâ€™t that a little backwards? I mean, I work for them!
That may be true â€“ but thatâ€™s not the only way things could be. Your audience might be dying for the chance to work for you â€“ you just donâ€™t know it â€“ and maybe they donâ€™t either.
You see, everyone wants to know that they matter â€“ that they are needed and valuable, and while itâ€™s nice to hear that a blogger appreciates your attention â€“ itâ€™s sometimes much nicer to know that they need you to do things for them too.
Yes, when properly motivated, and a little incentivized, you can have your audience doing a great deal of work for you, in terms of idea generation, promotion, engagement, recruitment and even content creation â€“ and be thrilled to have the opportunity.
Read on to find out howâ€¦