In August, 2012, the daily traffic to this blog was 430 – 513!
I was looking for ways to increase the traffic; because that’s the only way I can succeed with my blog.
While I thought hard on this, I caught an idea.
What if I focus on SEO and set a target for myself, would it make any difference?
You see, when you’re so concerned about achieving a significant goal, no force can stop you except YOU.
The earlier you realize this, the better for you.
I used to give excuses; pushing responsibility on other people. Do you still do that?
If you’re looking to increase your blog’s traffic, this post is for you.
As far as I’m concerned, every content marketer wants to make money blogging.
But how can you achieve this without a sizable amount of readers coming to your blog?
And I’m talking about “hot” traffic that can respond to your tease.
Before guest blogging became popular, there were proven ways website owners implemented to generate traffic.
The question is, are you still using them?
Trust me; the quality of traffic you drive to your blog is what matters – not necessarily the quantity.
Google panda was mild, penguin was crazy.
EMD is still hot, so I’m still looking for the right word to describe it. Or shall I call it “unexpected” update?
The truth is, your webpage doesn’t have to be in Google top 10, before you can drive free organic traffic to your website.
I’ve found a SMART way to milk Google dry, but don’t blow up yet.
I’d explain what I meant by that and how you can start attracting a bunch of responsive readers to your blog, and make more money easily. This post is quite different from what I’ve written before, and it’s going to change the way you do business online.
Landing pages are one of the most important parts of your website.
They present a make-or-break deal for your website – if your visitors do not like what they see in your landing pages then they won’t just refuse to buy your products or services.
They are also likely to refuse seeing the rest of your website as well, much less come back for a return visit.
If your website’s landing page has a remarkably high conversion rate, it means that your marketing strategies are working.