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Find out how in our latest online course and benefit from our friendly, step-by-step approach. Great for both slightly older and less web-savvy bloggers.

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Want to know 4 reasons why people aren't reading your blog?   

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Alice, Ute and Jean

We are Alice Elliott, Ute Wieczorek-King and Jean Wolfe, and we welcome you to AttractReaders™!

We have come together because blogging is a powerful part of our own businesses.

We have achieved a level of visibility that has created success, whether gaining new business, winning a prestigious award, developing a successful radio career or having content published by major online publications.

But even more, we know from personal experience how blogging and social media can seem daunting. Writing a popular post can seem like an impossible dream. We want to share what we have taken years and years to learn so that you can get there more quickly.

Attract Readers™ offers you a varied selection of blogging e-courses, specially designed to get your blog to attract more readers. And that is not all! ​We can also provide many levels of support depending upon your needs. Where else can you get three blogging experts' minds at one time to help your blog to succeed?

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The three of you got what I was trying to do, and I had never had that with anyone before. The vagueness and lack of direction have gone, and I have a new sense of stability.

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Read the latest from our blog:

International Women’s Day Blogging Challenge roundup 1

The blog posts written for the International Women's Day challenge are written by women with something to say.  As well as running a business everyone is in relationship - as a daughter, neighbour, granddaughter, parent - so the posts cover a wide variety of subjects but all relate to women. In this round up we cover the issue of why women are not speaking up in public, [...]

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Blog Posts about women for International Women’ s Day and beyond (2)

This roundup of blog posts is a good eclectic mix.  You can read about the effects of the menopause (which will make you laugh and perhaps cry!), about whether the women of the future will have the financial luxury to live alone, the story of the very tough life of a woman .. to be the subject of a novel, and the declaration on the blog of a new commitment to a political car [...]

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Final roundup of International Women’s Day blog posts (3)

International Women's Day is an opportunity to focus on subjects related to women.  But of course there are stories and viewpoints always being - not just on this special day. In this roundup we hear from a corporate career gal making the most of retirement,  the can-do attitude that defines entrepreneurs, the interdependency of all life, how to achieve balance (the theme [...]

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No woman is an island

Guest post from Fiona McKenzie:  One of the most memorable lessons I learned in school was the concept of the food chain. Simplistically, animals eat grass and we eat those animals. Growing up in the sixties where humans were considered all powerful, top of the heap, it was fascinating to realise how dependent we ultimately were on grass. The interdependency of life [...]

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