Online Marketing

5 Killer Techniques To Boost Your Blog Traffic For Free

Anyone who owns a blog will automatically be obsessed with getting more traffic. Here are my 5 top techniques that work and that are free. You’re working hard to increase traffic for your blog or website. Here i will show you 5 easy and powerful techniques to increase your traffic and sales.

Use TrafficUp Powerful Tool: is a powerful tool and its completely free to use. Firstly sign up an account. Add a Twitter account to traffup and tweet links to your site. Then you add the tweets to traffup to be retweeted and then get your self some points by retweeting and following. Once you sign up you will very quickly understand exactly what I mean.

You can do this on an unlimited number of accounts for Twitter and traffup and in your spare time just keep getting those points.

On traffup you can also add your website links directly under the my websites tab and this will get you instant traffic.

The third thing that you can do with traffup is create a page on Facebook that promotes your site and links to your site in a very obvious way and then use traffup to get page likes that will filter through to becoming site traffic and also grow your social media audience.

Install Jetpack:

If you have WordPress as your platform them you should install the jetpack plugin to your site and go to the publicize option. Here you can add all of your social media accounts so every time you make a new post it will automatically and instantly be shared on all your social media sites.

This will generate traffic each and every time you make a new post and also generate social signals to help with your seo efforts.

Join Forum Related To Your Blog:

Join forums related to your niche and add your website link to your signature. Then every time you make a post on the forum, people will see the link to your site and quite often they will visit your site.

Do not spam the forum, just make yourself useful by posting quality content and people will take interest in you and your website.

Share On Social Media:

Facebook Groups. When you create your content on your website you should always set a featured image that people just have to click on.

Then you can join facebook groups related to your niche and post your website links to the groups. Do not do this too often but 5 times a day is fine. Always try to find groups targeted at your niche market and try to find larger groups.

You can also create your own group very easily and set your website link to the pinned post. Then all you need to do is add members. You can add your friends, get your friends to add their friends and there is a chrome plugin to help you with that.

Here is the extension to add friends. Also if you search Google you will find placed places to buy facebook group members so that you can grow your group faster.

Twitter is also biggest way to get easily traffic for your website or blog. You can get traffic from there it’s high quality traffic. Add Social sharing button in your website and then it’s very easy to share on it.

E-mail Marketing:

Email signatures.  Simply by adding a link to your website in your email signature you will be potentially generating traffic every time you send an email. Get your website link anywhere you can.

Add it to your email, add it to your Facebook profile, Twitter profile and anywhere else that you have the option, such as instagram profile and almost all profiles on any website that you have an account with.

All of these 5 methods are free and very effective, you should make sure that you have traffic tracking on your site either from the jetpack plugin or from Google analytics.

Final Words:

Which ever method of traffic generation work a best for you is the one that you should concentrate on the most.  So traffic stats are very important data that should always be collected. You also need to increase your website speed and using mobile friendly theme so people easily visit your blog.


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    I’m planning to start my own site soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid
    option? There are so many options out there that I’m totally overwhelmed ..

    Any suggestions? Appreciate it!

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