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Initial revision by user avatar ‭Ooker‭ · 2020-03-30T06:52:39Z (6 months ago)
I have a growing non-fiction blog about challenging existing dogmas in my culture, and it has been attracting a good amount of readers. However its growth is still not optimal, as they just read or want to meet me, not really commit to help me. I don't want to be greedy or arrogant, but I think I can ask them if they can help me in some tasks, so that they can see the project growing, and I can have time to focus on writing new articles. I sincerely consider me as being overloaded right now. The tasks they may help includes:

- Share it to other potential readers, either on their Facebook wall or via chat
- Help me engage with other readers: manage pages, posts, comments
- Write emails to other targets: publishers, people they don't know personally but probably see its importance in their work

My questions are:

1. Is this reasonable?
2. How should I approach them?

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