Monday, March 29, 2010
* Track blog and leave comments on them. A good way to keep the conversation is to install a MyBlogLog widget and visit the blogs of people who visit your site.
* Nothing creates long-term traffic more than value. Consider writing posts with resources or explaining how things work. The things that have links to useful and they rose to del.icio.us, a much better long term than the front page of digg.
* Inform search engines and aggregators like Technorati (using the ping functionality) when your blog is updated, this should ensure maximum traffic coming from these sources. (check list Pinging Service)
Simplify. Taking into account the complex issues in your work. This may be a big long publication that is difficult to cross through or a concept that is difficult to understand. Reference and made shorter "for dummies" version of your own lessons and tips that are relevant. When doing this, I was surprised to find that the simplified post will appear before a more complex version in search results. Perhaps this is why the results in increased traffic; people looking for help or clarification on the subject will land on your blog.
* Try to be polemic. Writing obsessive about all-things political from the left-wing perspective in the form of humorous, sarcastic one sentence.
* A simple tip which may increase page views: install a translator plugin. I decided to use this plugin to be paid, but if I'm not mistaken there are some free, too. Translation is not so good, as you can imagine, but it helps to attract readers who are not fluent in English.
* Submit articles to blog carnivals (http://blogcarnival.com) related to your niche. Your article almost always get posted, and should generate some visitors, at least.
* Newsgroups. I always see spikes when posting to the newsgroup reviews.
* Creating a new design for your website. Not only will become more attractive to your regular readers, but you can send to some CSS gallery sites that feature great design. This will give you exposure on those sites while making a lot of traffic and backlinks from those types of sites.
* Participate in the conversation on the blog related. Start conversations on your own blog. Do not just post about the story and stop there, involving the audience, asking questions and call to action.
* Comments on the blog, write useful content and make good friends on the forum.
* You must be active to generate traffic. Post comments on other blogs related to me, and I post my site link my signature on the forum. Spread the word about your blog and it certainly will attract readers.
* Just browse around MyBlogLog.com and you will get visitors to your blog. Also try to join the community as much as possible related to your topic.
* Tips to generate traffic is off-line by entering your url at all off-line liturature from business cards, letterhead, pamphlets, advertisements through in-store signage if applicable. I even have our web site at the vehicle.
* Read a lot of other blogs. Leave a trackback. Make sure your blog is optimized for search engines. Leverage social bookmarking sites like digg (both for new ideas and for traffic).
* Leave comments on other blogs. If you've read them, it takes only a few seconds to leave a message agree or disagree with the author, you must leave a link to your site, and you will almost ALWAYS get the last lintastraffic of your comment.
* Post 3-5 times a day. Use ping services like wordpress Pingomatic or arrange to ping several ping services. Involve your readers. Install the polls, ask them questions, give them quizzes, free tools, etc. Make them want to come back and tell their friends about you.
* Community. That one word, but the most important when it comes to blogging. The only "blog metric" that makes sense is the vibrant community of readers that. Building a community around your blog will bring you increased traffic, but how do you start? A boilerplate response to building traffic is always "SEO, social networking sites, and commenting on blogs" but can be simplified to "be part of a community". The easiest way to seed your blog is a community that already exists. But the only way to do that is to be part of the community itself.
* The lens Squidoo is a good way to generate traffic. By using the lens, you can generate your own custom "community" of web pages, including some of the more popular pages on "environment." Including your own web page as the list is a good way to produce traffic.
* Write articles and send them to EzineArticles. This article has been written by well researched keyword phrases and accepted by EzineArticles tend to rank very high on Google for search. Placing anchor text in the footer of the articles so that readers can visit the relevant web sites I always improve my site traffic.
* I found some unexpected traffic when my blog appear in some css design portals like www.cssmania.com and www.webcreme.com. If you can put some time into the back of the concept and design for your blog, I would recommend submitting your site to a design portal not only for additional traffic but to build an additional community on your site.
* Engage in some "MySpace-like" community sites that focus on my target audience. I share his thoughts in the forums, post intros to my real blog on their system blog and I've even created a group for a particular niche. It's very, very successful for me.
* Well, obviously everyone knows that social bookmarking sites like Digg, del.icio.us, etc. bring lots of traffic. Send some of my articles to blogg-buzz.com (a digg like site for bloggers), and I always did not get the bad traffic from there.
* Participate in Yahoo Answers and LinkedIn Answers where you can show your expertise, can be associated with relevant keywords and put your URL out there.
* Be the first to write a post about 'Top Ten Blogs' in your niche. Pos will rank high in any general search for blogs in your niche and other bloggers in your niche write about the post and link to halalaman.
* Participating in the forum is a great way to get loyal readers. Good fishing links people in your signature or posting advice and great tips that will give you high quality traffic, which will result in return visitors.
* A simple trick I've used to increase traffic to blogs are participating in a group writing project.
* Do not forget your records.
* Writing something controversial. it's good to write something controversial just for the purpose of getting traffi.
* Find the best blogs in the niche and contact the author. Introduce yourself and send a link from your blog. This may help them to find your blog, read it and maybe link to it.