After get involved in blogging industries, make some research about blogging tips, read more ebooks about money making online, and other tips about internet marketing, i list to you how they explode their blogs with thousand of impression….
Quality traffic tip #1: Leave comments
I can think of no better way to get your name out in front of key players in your industry than by leaving smart, relevant comments on existing blogs. Each comment you leave serves a couple of purposes: it creates a link back to your site (always a good thing), it illustrates that you have something of value to add, and can be the first step in building a relationship with the site owner.
Example #1: By leaving comments on problogger.net, I started to form a relationship with the site’s author. We moved from exchanging comments, to email, to IM, to beer (a good progression in my books!). That relationship has done wonders for my business in the form of referrals and testimonials from a very trusted source. It never would have come to be if I didn’t leave comments.
I can almost guarantee that every time you leave a comment, someone will visit your site. Building your audience one at a time may sound like an awful lot of work. But those readers who come via comments are very likely to be interested in what you and your blog are about. So you odds of converting that reader to a client (or whatever your conversion goal is) are good.
Note though, that you’ve got to have something to add. Just leaving a comment with your site name and address, or otherwise spamming comments is just plain dumb.
Quality traffic tip #2: Participate in forums
This is actually very similar to leaving comments. Just about every niche under the sun has a forum dedicated to it. The people who populate those forums tend to be amongst the most vocal and passionate members of their community. Engaging with them, on their terms, by contributing something of value is a great way to find influencers and thought leaders.
Be cautious here though. Do not just show up and say “Hey, check out my blog”. First, establish your credibility by participating in a number of discussions. Then, when it’s relevant to do so, mention your site.
Again, this can seem like a painstaking way to build traffic. It does take time and effort. But the results can be astounding if targeted traffic is what you need.
Quality traffic tip #3: Email other bloggers
When you’ve written something great, write to other bloggers in your niche and tell them about it. Do it politely, without expectations, and you may be pleasantly surprised to find that you pick up a bunch of new readers. The key here is “without expectations”. Don’t email the same person frequently, and don’t be obnoxious. Save this for when you’ve got something special. When you do, simply summarize your post, and write something like “I’ve just posted about blah, and thought you might be interested.”
It’s amazing how few new bloggers take advantage of email. When done correctly, you’re not imposing on the receiving blogger. Rather you’re helping point out resources he may not have otherwise been aware of.
Quality traffic tip #4: Submit your site to relevant blog directories
A google search for “blog directory” (with quotation marks) returns 9,360,000 results. At least a couple of those will have sections relevant to your industry or niche. Almost all directories allow you to submit your site for free. Do a bit of research, find the directories that are relevant to you, and spend a couple of minutes per week submitting your site. Super easy.
Quality traffic tip #5: Join a network
Using google again, “blog network” (with quotation marks) returns 1,190,000 results. There are blog networks for just about everyone. The benefit of joining a network is shared traffic. Network members interlink like crazy, and often refer work to each other. I’m a member of the 9rules network (one of the first, actually). Aside from the traffic boost, one of the greatest benefits of membership is the behind the scenes camaraderie that has sprung up on the private message board. There’s lots of “real life” networking going on here, with members helping each other and their businesses in a myriad of ways.
Quality traffic tip #6: Online advertising
Online advertising need not cost very much, yet it can be extremely effective. Find sites that are in or are related to your industry but that do not directly compete with you. Approach the site owners to see if you can purchase a small ad. Costs for this can be really low – as low as $20 per month. Because you can control the ad’s message, you can ensure that you’re getting targeted results for your investment.
Quality traffic tip #7: Offline advertising
Oh yeah, the offline world of advertising… I remember that… Are there any industry specific publications or newsletters you can advertise in? Depending on your niche, these can be very reasonably priced, and can offer extremely targeted results.
Quality traffic tip #8: Press release and/or email directly to reporter
Have something really relevant to say? Let the press know about it. Press releases appear to be dying a slow death, but they’re far from gone. Consult a PR pro when the time is right.
Alternatively, you can contact a reporter directly. Only do this when you’ve got something newsworthy – you don’t want to be the boy who cried wolf, after all. Most reporters rely on tips for their stories, so they’re usually quite receptive to anything that’s within their scope of reporting, and is of genuine value.
Quality traffic tip #9: Optimize Your Posts for Search Engines
I cover this topic in detail in my article on “Search Engine Optimization For Blogs” http://www.blog-maniac.com/blog-seo.htm
But here are the most important rules to follow to get your posts listed for keywords of your choice.
* Make sure your blog URL contains the primary keyword you want to optimize for
* Use your primary keywords in the title of your post
* Use your secondary keywords in the body of your post
* Use your keywords in the anchor text of links in the body of your posts
Quality traffic tip #10:Build Links To Your Blog
I recommend the methods here as the best ways to get links pointing to your blog
* Link to your blog from each page on your main website
* Trackback to other blogs in your posts
* Post legitimate comments on other blogs with related topics
* Offer to exchange links with other similarly themed blogs and websites
Quality traffic tip #11: Capture Subscribers By Email
It may seem strange for a blogger to send out updates by email, but email is still the #1 choice of most people who want to receive news and information.
Using a free service like Bloglet to manage your subscriptions is easy and it allows your subscribers to manage all their subscriptions from one interface. http://www.bloglet.com
However, if you want more control over your list and don’t mind mailing out the updates yourself, you can use an autoresponder system to capture and follow-up with subscribers.
RSS responder is a new script that allows you to keep in touch and follow-up with your subscribers without the hassle of email. http://ebizwhiz-publishing.com/rssresponder.htm
The most effective way to drive more traffic into your blog is tips no 12…Most of people never do the right posting to attract people to come again and again and again into their blog.
Quality traffic tip #12: Write Posts That People Will Want To Read
This should be common sense, but many marketers tend to forget that their readers are real people and that you need to use the principles of online copywriting to make your headlines and copy interesting to your readers.
If you write posts that people enjoy reading, they will reward you by returning to your blog regularly.
Make your posts conversational, pithy and topical. Keep them short and stick to one topic per post.
Write often and regularly so that both readers and search engines visit your blog more often.
People likes fresh story and dislike a copy and paste blogs because some of them make a research about something.
Deliver to them what they neds and they will love you and boost your blog!!