Thursday, September 10, 2009

8 Steps To Increase Traffic For Your Blog

SEO Experts in India, Mumbai, SEO India, Mumbai

8 Steps To Increase Traffic For Your Blog

So you are expecting traffic huh? You only get as much as you put in. Keeping your blog or website updated with fresh content the key factor. Put your self in the readers position, what are you searching for? You are looking for the right answer or maybe a justified opinion on a certain topic.

Many people always ask “Where can I find Article Rewriting software?“. I usually tell them that you can find them all over the net for free but really, it just takes other authors content and rearranges words around. that is not original nor unique. You are just giving the same info that many others have given. A method I use to kick off any website or blog is using my unique content and crossposting it to social media / networking websites. Visit my article “Increasing site hits with Twitter on autopilotif you would like to know more.

Blog Networks

Even if your blog is still semi under construction you can still get involved in the blogging community. It is best to build relationships with other bloggers. You can join other blogging communities and search through blogs that interest you. Post comments and guest post if necessary.


Most of the time when you comment a blog, you have an option to put in your url of your blog / website that will be displayed with your comment. You want to find blogs that relate and interest you, once you do this make sure you leave meaningful comments. Never spam on blogs. If you look like you know what your are talking about on the subject most of the time others will click that link back to your website to see who you are and what you are about. Now doing this on blogs also forms relationships between you and the owners of those blogs that you visit often.


This is some of the oldest way of promotion. Find chatrooms that relate to your blog. Let the people you chat with in on your blog and what it is about. If you build relationships in chatrooms that you visit frequently, these people will support you and your website. This is actually how I got into web design way back in the day when I used to visit a chatroom everyday. I built a relationship, started learning web design and getting help through other members showing off their websites and I took it from there. The next thing you know everyone in the chat was supporting me and visiting my website and forum multiple times a day.

Blog Reviews

You can contact other blog owners asking them to write a review of your blog. Now in return you would want to write a review of their blog and usually you will end up exchanging links. Make sure you don’t make the review sound too cheesed up and don’t post them on the same days.


Join forums related to your website. Put your website links in your sig with maybe a banned picture. You can also visit webmaster forums and ask for a review on your website. I use Digital Point daily for everything I do. . You can also set up your profile on there to show your latest blog posts in your profile and in your posts. Do not ever spam a forum.

Link Directories

There are tons of these out there. Be sure to submit your site around to multiple ones. Just do some research on them first and make sure they aren’t link farms or have a bunch of spam sites listed within them. This is not good on your websites behalf.


If you are trying to increase traffic, you can always offer advertising space, guest posting space, hosting, or whatever you can think of to other blogs that aren’t huge. You can ask them to just mention you in a post, let you guest blog, exchange advertising space, and lots more.

Link Exchange

Try to find other blogs / websites that have a similar amount of traffic to yours, or try to get in good with someone who runs a popular blog / site and ask to exchange links.