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Apr 13 Posted 10 months ago
Good suggestions for the front end of the blogging process, but promotion is still the key on the backend to driving more traffic..I think there are many other factors have come in importance when we talk about SEO to increase traffic. i think getting natural backlinks is tough so it is better not to be dependent on this. I am using some of your techniques that you mentioned above and i am getting good results too. Like i did exactly as you said and after 10 days of reading this post , i am writing here that yes!! my traffic increased. Thanks for your post.Social media is still a key and better than blog commenting.http://bestofshayari.blogspot.in/2014/03/11-inspirational-life-quotes-for.html
Dec 3 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for this post. I am currently investing time and effort into learning how to properly boost my traffic and gain subsribers. It seems as if I have a long way to go, although I know that investing the time now will be beneficial down the road.
I haven't thought about giving away freebies, so this could be a great way to get subscribers and increase blog traffic!
Thank you :)
Aug 10 Posted 2 years ago
Hello James. I may be thinking too much, but I have a project that might be a success. I have been analyzing kewords about my niche, and I did not expect high Global Monthy Searches with Low competition. My question now is, Should I stick with one keword or phrase for the whole blog? because I was thinking of Low Competition searches per article. is it any better with focusing with just one keword? looking forward for you inputs on this.
Jul 27 Posted 2 years ago
I agree that all traffic does not come from online. I have small cards made up with my blog address, name and purpose. I have handed these out as I photograph in parks, in town and other locations.
I have had numerous people who wish to be in pictures on my blog and I know they are sharing this with their friends and contacts.
My card is larger than a business card, self designed and appealing. I also encourage people to visit me at facebook, twitter and a few other social media sites.
I notice that numerous women's blog use free giveaway's as a source to increase traffic. I personally am tired of them already. They bore me because it is not why I am visiting their blog but everyone likes a bargain or freebies and this may be very effective.