Blogging Guide

How to Get More Traffic to Your Blog


The blog traffic jam. We’ve all experienced it at some point. That sudden halt of visitors to your site that has you wondering, “What did I do wrong?” It may happen at the beginning, middle, or end of a blog’s life, but it’s inevitable. If you’re just getting started or have been blogging for a while, you’ve faced this nemesis. And you’ve asked yourself,

How do I get out of this? How do I get more traffic to my site?

Tips for getting more traffic to your site

Baseline traffic, Blog design, domain age, meta descriptions, geographic location, competition, and target market all play into how quickly you can gain search engine traffic from SEO. Generally speaking websites can see results in 4 to 6 months. Obviously, SEO results grow over time. Here is some tips to grow your blog and get more traffic.

1. Deliver killer content

Simple Tips to Start Using Now. First Things First: Know Your Audience. Knowing your audience is essential to writing good blogs. Spend The Time to Craft Great Topics. Make Your Hook Captivating. Organize Your Blogs to Make Them More Readable. Write Evergreen Content. Keep Writing. The result of this research concludes that the ideal blog post length is 1,200+ words. had reported in 2013 that the ideal length of a blog post is 7 minutes or 1,600 words. In short, the ideal blog length depends on your situation.

2. Write short but uniq post

Be an Expert on a Particular Niche. The broader your blog posts are, the more competitors you’ll have. Put the reader first. The purpose of writing is clear, sometimes persuasive, communication. Define Your Ideal Readers. Once you’ve found your niche, you need to know who will be reading your blog.

3. Be a resource

We hinted at this in the intro, but the Resources page is important for two reasons. The first is its ability to provide value to your readers. It has a high likelihood of becoming one of your most visited pages as a result. The reason behind this is simple. When readers visit your website, they’re looking for solutions. This is true whether they arrived through Google, a post you left on social media or a referral from another blogger. Let’s use a skateboarding blog as an example. A Resources page can provide quick answers to questions like…

  • “What deck brand do you use?”
  • “Where do you buy your gear?”
  • “Which wheel size do you use for street skating?”
  • “What setup do you recommend for beginners?”

4. Share your content on Facebook

When sharing your blog posts on Facebook, upload an image and add your link to the text field. Be sure to add a personal and engaging comment and invite readers to share their opinion. And although hashtags can turn posts into searchable content, they don’t work well for engagement on Facebook.

5. Write attractive headlines

Write a headlines attractive that means when someone read your title they understand about paragraph or full post. for example you write a post about yoga and benefits “Yoga can reduce your anxiety“.

6. Optimise your site for search engines.

To achieve this, remember to follow the steps of good basic SEO-

  1. Find relevant keywords with good search traffic potential.
  2. Create and optimize pages for search engines and users alike.
  3. Make sure your website is accessible to both bots and humans.
  4. Build relevant links from other high-quality websites.

7. Use trackback

TrackBack is a type of peer-to-peer communication system that was designed to send notification of updates between two Web sites via a Trackback Ping. … TrackBacks are useful for informing a Web site that you have referenced its Web site within your own Web site, and is popular with bloggers.

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