75 Ways To Increase Traffic To Your Blog

75 Ways To Increase Traffic To Your Blog

Its rare to find a blogger that is satisfied with their website traffic. The more you have, the more you want. I won’t share only my own experience to increasing this blog’s traffic, although, many of the techniques I use are stated here. This post is a collection of techniques shared by bloggers from all over the world. If your ready to start increasing your blog traffic then continue reading. For an initial blog promotion strategy, you should register your blog and RSS feed with the proper sites that get notified every time a new post is published. This is a one-time setup before you begin publishing. Steps to take. Expand your ping list for your site. Set up your RSS feed with Google FeedBurner. Manage your SEO with a SEO designed plugin for example, WordPress SEO by Yoast Use Google to find RSS blog directories and add your feed. Create accounts on Social Bookmarking sites like StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit and Delicious. Use an automated social bookmarking tool like Onlywire or Social Adr. Set up autoresponder using the likes of Aweber or MailChimp Your ongoing blog promotion strategy or actions you perform repeatedly each time you create a new post to publish. Create relevant and valuable content for your targeted audience. Don’t over promote your business. Write about a problems you have identified and your audience may be facing and then demonstrate how you solve them. Its goes with out saying you must optimize your posts for search engines. Place an opt-in form in your posts Ask for Shares, RTs and Comments at the end of your posts. Don’t assume your visitors are going to share out of goodwill. Check spelling and grammar before publication. Preview the post...
4 Essential Social Marketing Strategies

4 Essential Social Marketing Strategies

Many think of social media as a channel but every marketer should remember that each platform is very different and requires different requirements. We need to understand why they are different and how they work. Let’s look at the most popular social media channels and what should be considered. 1. Facebook The majority of businesses are on Facebook and some just use it for brand awareness and others are driving conversions from it. Whichever you’re doing you should consider these points: Marketing V Engagement: Remember that posts that ask questions and encourage responses will generate more likes and comments then general posts with links and pictures. Likes and Comments: The more likes and comments, increases its relevance score by Facebook. The more a page is seen as relevant by Facebook. Remember where your posts will be viewed: Most fans will view your posts on their walls rather than your brand page. Keep it Short: The best Facebook posts that get the highest engagements are short and concise. Just think that when you view your wall you scan rather then read. Timing Is Everything: Sending messages are the right time is crucial for high engagement. Test different times and analysis the analytics for the best results. Measure and Measure Again: Just like any marketing channel you need to measure results and understand how much budget should be allocated to future campaigns. 2. Twitter Twitter is used more for by business involved in B2B sales, but it can be very useful for customer service, branding and engagement. You can leverage the power of twitter with its 140 characters by: Having a...

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