Posts Tagged ‘blog traffic’
As online businesses take a more metric-oriented approach to promote their products and services, it has become much more ideal to use blogging as a platform to achieve their goals. According to Hubspot’s State of Inbound 2014-2015, bloggers are 13x more likely to enjoy positive ROI (rate of investment).
If you’re unsure on how blogging works for your business, below are five way how it can help increase your sales without spending as much compared to other marketing campaigns.
There are various reasons for having a blog. Some of them include being able to share ideas about a topic that you’re knowledgeable about or earning money off the content you write using different tactics.
In order for you to hit your goals, your need to first drive lots of visitors to your blog. By doing this successfully, you will be able build a readership that will make it easier for you to meet your objectives.
However, driving traffic to your blog isn’t as easy as it seems. Despite your efforts, there’s a chance that visitors are still low and comments on your posts are non-existent.
If you’re clueless as to why you’re not receiving the amount of traffic you think you deserve, here are the likely reasons:
Pulling in new blog traffic can be a major challenge. From advertisements to publicity generated through social media, webmasters regularly use a myriad of different methods to pull in new traffic. Developing a loyal following can take a massive amount of time and energy, highlighting the need to find the right methods to pull in traffic effectively and quickly. Rather than wasting time with traffic methods that will take a long time to show any meaningful results, it is essential to exploit the most powerful traffic generation tools to explode the amount of traffic frequenting a particular website. Read More
After some careful consideration and meditation, youâ€™ve decided to join the bandwagon of thousands and launch your blog. Youâ€™ve taken the time to come up with a catchy name, figured out your focus, and even picked a design that feels as fierce as your personality! Congratulations.
Now, thereâ€™s just one problem confronting you—one that befuddles many bloggers.
How will you get the word out and get folks to read it on the regular?
Especially when you consider that having a bodacious blog that nobody knows about or reads, is the equivalent of throwing a great party where nobody shows up. Read More
Everyone knows that it takes a lot of time and effort to create a good blog but there’s a big difference between having a good blog and having a great blog. It’s difficult to find the time to put into it, especially if you’re not seeing the kind of readership and traffic that you’d like. You may have the best blog in the world but if no one is reading it then what’s the point? Below is a list of a few ways that you can increase your blog’s online presence and ensure that your little venture doesn’t fall by the wayside, as so many other used-to-be bloggers have.
â€¢ Checking Out the Competition:
If you find it difficult to come up with new, fresh, or interesting ideas then consider checking out the competition to see what they’re up to. You don’t want to take directly from what they’re doing but by looking and seeing what they’re up to can give you great ideas of fresh approaches that your competition might not have considered. Look at this avenue as getting a little inspiration. Read More
I have recently incorporated book reviews that fit within my blog’s niche on my primary Website. I am already seeing positive results. Here are a few reasons why I am a fan of doing relevant book reviews on your blog.
1) CONTACTS. Connecting with public relations folks, whose primary job is to drum up publicity for authors/titles, is a win-win situation. First, if you do a nice job with a review you will easily be able to acquire future titles. There is also a chance that your name/email will be passed along to others in the industry. This can lead to more review opportunities and even other free products. Second, every contact you make today can be tomorrow’s freelance opportunity. When that PR pro is looking for blogging help, they might turn to you to do the job. Read More