That was the most informative article I have read dealing with behind the scene work when building a Blog. I have been blogging for a year and a half now and it is challenging to move up in Google ranking and getting more viewers. I am on Blogger and I have over 400 articles. I want to switch to WordPress but when I tried the switch it messed up every articles layout. I have reached about 1000 page views a day now but I know I could get 3 or 4 times that with some help. If you have any ideas I would appreciate it. Maybe I need to start all over.
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Step 4: Give away irresistible free content for priceless publicity. Believe it or not, a really easy, frequently undervalued strategy for getting traffic is giving away free content to other websites. Even just two or three well-written articles can generate truckloads of traffic, as long as they don't contain a sales pitch. You want to include rare, hard-to-get information that'll lend your articles automatic value--the kind of information that establishes you as an expert in your field.
I’ve just started blogging and there’s a ton of useful information here. I was wondering how to use reddit and you cleared that up for me, as well as when to post to social media. Quora I’m going to check out as I’ve never heard of them-thank you! In your opinion would you also deal with any of the free traffic generators to have people come and engage, or would you skip that step? Would you use meta tags, and if yes how? Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you!
Hi will, this traffic is meant more for increasing your ranking positions in Google than it is for getting sales with which in turn will inevitably increase sales/optins etc. It's unlikely you'll get sales/optins with this traffic. As said, Ii's meant more for increasing your ranking positions in Google than it is for getting sales with which in turn will inevitably increase sales/optins etc. You may, but I can't guarantee that like I can ranking improvements. For any more questions, send me a message.
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Thanks for sharing these great tips last August! I’ve recently adopted them and I have a question (that’s kind of connected to the last post): how important would promoting content be when using this strategy? For example, through Google Adwords. As I guess that would depend on the circumstances, but I am trying to discover if there’s a ‘formula’ here. Thanks in advance!
As you’ll notice, the most popular parts of these hotspots are bright yellow or orange. If the nav bar links or search field are blue (a much cooler, more subdued color), then there’s something about your site people are not finding useful, or they don’t trust. If embedded links in content are blue, that means visitor aren’t clicked. Why? It could be that visitors are getting the information they want right away and then leaving.