How To Get More Traffic To Your Blog [Quick Guide]

Are you looking for a way to attract more traffic to your blog,, this article will help you..

1. Share More Than Once.

A much better solution is to share each blog post multiple times,depending on the platform, in a timely fashion. For example, you might tweet, Facebook share and Google+ your article as soon as you hit publish. Then a day later you might want to tweet it again. Perhaps the following week it’s time for another Google+ share, and so on. However, you should definitely make sure not to publish the same message on social media more than once, as this does comes across as spammy. Instead, deploy a range of different tactics to catch your reader’s attention…

2) Get Influencers to Write for You;

If you really want to grow your audience, the key is to get influencers to write for
you. This means reaching out to the bloggers in your niche with the largest social followings and the ability to write consistently excellent stuff, asking them to become contributors.By getting these guys and girls involved, you’ll not only be getting exceptional content for your blog (content that will hopefully earn you links and shares); you’ll also be getting access to a
powerful distribution channel in the form of the influences the social network. Of course, unless your blog is super prestigious you will probably need to pay these bloggers to write for you, and you should definitely specify as part of the arrangement that they share the
posts on social media. That being said, I think this option makes so much more sense than hiring a “general purpose” content creator.

You can also Offer to share content on their own site (but only if you have a large social following)
*A link back to their website from every post they write for you
*Give them free use of your products or services…
Working with influencers is a fantastic way to improve blog
readership. A nice bonus is that often these guys write for other
big media sites as well, so they may be able to link to something
they have written for your blog from a third party site in the future

3) Build a Subscriber List;

If you have a blog and do not yet have an email subscriber list, then this is the year to finally
start putting together a newsletter. By offering visitors something of value, such as a
downloadable PDF or access to an instructional video, you can gain more subscribers. When you offer something that contains a real value, your visitors are more likely to share this information with friends or share it through social media.Send out regular newsletters to the people on your subscriber list. Keep your visitors updated about new blog posts, as well as new products,services, and promotions or deals.

4)Comment on Other Blogs;

Blog commenting is a common form of link building; though, it can also help you gain new
visitors. Make sure that you leave helpful comments.The author of the blog could delete your comment and ban you from leaving future comments if you use their comment section as a tool to promote your blog.

5) Get Help from Friends
and Family;

Friends and family can always be a good resource for free promotion, but do not go overboard. Ask some of your friends and family to occasionally share a link on social media to one of your blog posts. Have each person share a post with two or three people that they think would benefit from the information on your blog.

6) Use Quality Photos in
Your Blog Posts;

Reading long blog articles that only contain text can become dull for some readers. Include graphics, such as photos or illustrations. There are plenty of ways to find free images, but using a commercial stock photo website offers a simple and affordable solution. You will have access to higher quality images for a very low fee. Or you can read our previous article about finding free image to you on your blog without breaking the copyright law.

7) Research the
Demographics of Your

Find out who is visiting your website and reading your content. You can use analytics software and resources, such as Google Analytics, to learn more about the demographics of your visitors. Find out the average age range, whether they are male or female, and their education level. This will help you gear your content towards the interests of a
target demographic.



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