How to draw some great traffic to a blog?
There are many ways in which you can drive traffic to your blog. Partly, it depends on your niche. However, there also exist strategies that give results, regardless of the niche, and optimizing for your business and market simply makes it work even better.
Let’s explore the options.
Assuming you are aware of the basics of web traffic, here are six strategies to drive traffic to your site:
#1 By doing proper research on keywords, and then using such keywords in the content of your blog.
#2 You should use a lot of visual content and optimize it well.
#3 Make use of external and internal backlinks.
#4 Your site is about content, so the content comes first. Make sure every post is awesome and gives your target audience what they want. High-quality and valuable content is a must for web traffic.
#5 Use of social media to share content. If you are already doing that, experiment with new things, and optimize it.
#6 Build an email list of subscribers for your blog. You can draw visitors back and grow a base of increasingly loyal fans. To build an email list from scratch without taking forever, you can implement a specialized method like List Warrior. More on that later.
If I knew a little about your blog, I could have given more specific suggestions, but the above strategies work for most blogs.
Per my decade long experience of trying and testing multiple methods to drive traffic, I would like to share three practical ways of driving online traffic. Basically, how I choose to divide up web traffic into umbrellas. They are:
#2 Link Building
#3 Paid Advertising
I have discussed the above three ways and picking the best specific strategies within them for a blog (or other site), in my article: Hunt Down The Three Little Pigs of Online Traffic. If you are interested, you can read that article on my website. In the same way, you can read my review of List Warrior, which is good if you need help starting an email marketing campaign.
The suggestions in this answer have worked for many blogs. Hope they work for you as well 🙂
Feel free to reply if you have any questions.