How to Get More Traffic and More View on Blogs
Are you searching the ways to drive more traffic? Here are useful tips which surely helps you to attracting more visitors to your site:
Share new posts in your social networks.
When you write a new post promote it across your social networks with WordPress.com’s feature, which will automatically tell your Twitter followers, Facebook friends, LinkedIn connections, and many more things as soon as you publish. And try to share you posts in other related groups as well so that it would be able to drive more traffic towards your blog post.
Try to visible your content to search engines.
If you are looking your post to be indexed by search engines such as Google, yahoo and Bing, set your blog privacy settings to make your blog visible to all search engines. The internet is with full of theories as to how you can raise your post’s visibility in search rankings it will help you to drive more traffic:
Try to bug your real-life friends.
Try to encourage friends and family members to read your blog: send them reminder emails on regular basis when you update and talk to them about it when you meet in person. Or you can have purchased the mailer data from the market and send mailer of your blog posts so that user came to know about your blog posts. Better still, encourage them to sign up for updates using the Follow Blog Widget. Having a small audience of people, you care about is better than having a million visitors and not knowing any of them.
Use appropriate tags for your blogs.
You should try to attach appropriate categories and tags to your posts so that people can find them. But be careful not to use too many tags — less than 12-15 tags (or categories or both) is a good number, and try to post relevant tags on your post. The more tags you use, the less likely your post will be featured in the Reader.
Read and comment on other niche blogs.
Try to find out similar niche blogs and comment on them with the href tags and try to place your blogs links over there in the form of hyperlinks. Check out the Discover to find bloggers who share your interests. Then, subscribe to their blog and get to know them a bit. When you read a post that moves you in some way, leave a comment. Read more on comments and creating online conversations.
Place link to other blogs.
Blogging is all about engaging with others and interacting in online discussions. When you link to a blog post, the blogger will likely find your blog through their stats, Technorati, or a pingback, and come to see what you had to say. They may even subscribe to your site and leave a comment, as we suggested you do above!
Let people know about your posts.
If you’ve written a post with someone in mind, drop them a short email with a link to it or try to send links on WhatsApp group so that people can identified.
Blog on regular basis.
Make blogging habitual so that you post it on regular basis. And try to read other bloggers as well so that you came to know how to write good blogs. Blogs that have more frequent and regular posting schedules tend to develop an audience quicker. If you need inspiration, check out the resources on The Daily Post, like these how-tos on editorial calendars or serial posts. Our daily writing prompts can offer a jump-start, too.
Pay for worth traffic to your site.
Web applications like StumbleUpon can bring visitors to your posts with rates starting at $0.08 $.10 per visit. If you’ve published a great post and you want some feedback from visitors, this can be a good way to get the ball rolling. Companies looking for broader distribution of their posts, including getting their content in front of journalists, may want to try services from companies such as PR Newswire and Release wire. Read more on paying for traffic.
And Please Be Relax! It takes time.
Even if you do all the above activities, you won’t be able to develop a huge following overnight it takes time to make a valuable traffic on the website. Building a sizable audience of engaged and loyal readers takes time. Many of the bloggers you admire have likely been at it for years. Stick with it, and don’t get discouraged by a slow start.