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February 19, 2010

How to Get More Blog Traffic

How to get more blog traffic is the question of the hour. The number of websites in cyberspace has increased exponentially since the advent of the blog. Blogging itself is so easy, even many children host their own mini-sites! We’re talking more than a billions sites pushing and shoving for space. So how do you stand out in the crowd and actually attract a crowd?

First, determine the purpose for your blog and stick with it 100%. If you’re writing about homeschooling, then don’t deviate from the program and throw in your opinion about the economy or the latest Hollywood or political scandal. Keep your posts targeted to your niche, and you’ll attract folks who want to search your site for tips, tricks, ideas, and to see what you’re up to.

Secondly, write with all the personality you can muster. Don’t be boring. If you absolutely go brain dead one day and can’t think of one thing to post, find an inspirational YouTube video to share. Give folks a reason to come to your blog. Think of your visitors as real folks who might come to your home. Shine for them. Don’t allow them to snooze on your site!

Thirdly, post regularly. Put it on your calendar. Every Monday and Thursday, or once a week – whatever is best for you. But post consistently. It’s that discipline and consistency that will draw folks in over the long haul and keep them coming back.

Fourthly, consider how to get more blog traffic with sites like Twitter. Sign up for an account that’s only for your niche. Start off following others and you will gradually amass a following of people. The following isn’t good for anything though, unless you’re actually posting some good info. If you’re serious about getting traffic from Twitter, then log in to your account daily and make at least one helpful post. Never post wasteful information like “going beddy-bye”. Think in terms of giving, serving, being of assistance. That’s what will attract a crowd from the get-go.

Finally, link up your posts with your social networking sites like Facebook. You can set up your blog so that when you post, a notice goes out to your Facebook friends. I will often visit blogs of my friends, just to see what they’re up to. Many people, in an effort to gain more traffic, think of amassing thousands of visitors right off the bat and overlook the eager folks right in their own backyards!

Everyone wants to know how to get more blog traffic, but few actually take the time to put forth the effort to make it happen. You don’t need to invest a penny for quality traffic, but you do need to keep your blog hospitable and targeted. Reach out to the folks you already know and encourage them to share your posts on Facebook. You’ll find your traffic stats increasing within a few weeks!


Lisa Rae Preston, creator of best-selling software Instant Niche Emails, helps marketers develop trusting, profitable relationships with online clients. Get your free report, Insider Secrets to Follow-Up Fortunes at http://www.instantnicheemails.com

11 Responses to “How to Get More Blog Traffic

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    avatar Luca says:

    very helpful article .., thx to info ..

    avatar wahm says:

    I read it from v7n forum, just subscribe the RSS from the email.
    I suppose you will receive many traffics when others promotion this article for you.

    avatar tech money says:

    my site alexa 1000000+, how to boost it to 100,000+?

    avatar Frank says:

    The picture above this comment made me lose what I wanted to say :O

    Well, thx for this article

    avatar Marcie says:

    Thanks for the advice. Now to put it into practice…

    avatar lentak says:

    Hi, thank you for advise. I’m just working on developing new blog so this will surely help me.

    avatar Coach Chris says:

    I feel like every time I look for advice on ‘how to get more traffic’ I come accross the same standard responses. These ideas are all good when beginning to blog but what do you do when your blog traffic has hit a plateau?

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