Effective ways to increase website traffic
Last Updated on November 15, 2020 by scottkandh
There are a variety of ways to bring traffic to your blog.
Update: I have revamped this blog post with more information to increase your monthly page views to more than 1,000/mo. See the Blog Post below. Please use the suggestions on this post and the link below to significantly increase your page views. Happy Pinning.
Be sure to look at a wealth of Pinterest boards that Melyssa Griffin has to help you to strategize building your website traffic.
Things to focus on your blog:
In a nutshell, here’s what you need to focus on for your blog:
- Be the voice of authority on your blog.
- Answer people’s questions
- Listen to what kind of comments people post.
- What kind of topics are they looking for to solve?
- Can you help them solve their problem?
- Focus on a specific niche.
Firstly, create a Pinterest personal account:
Pinterest is an excellent platform that will allow you to place pins from your blog to bring traffic your way. Pinterest is a virtual smorgasbord of graphics that allows you to categorize your pictures and put them into various boards. For more information on an overview of Pinterest, visit Pinterest Overview blog.
Dedicated place for blog posts.
Secondly, it’s important to have a dedicated place for your blog posts.
My suggestion is to create a Pinterest board that’s the very first board you see. It should proceed all of your other boards. If there’s any other boards that proceed it, consider renaming them. One suggestion is to call the first board: Best of xyz (insert your blog name) Blogs to improve your search engine optimization for Pinterest.
Thirdly, Branding: You’re not always going to be able to use your brand colors and your logo in each and every graphic. Try to incorporate them into as many graphics as you can.
Fourthly, Social Groups: Look at Facebook groups, Instagram, or Twitter, and make pins. When making pins from these social media groups be sure to credit the source or more simply make a link to their URL.
Tailwind / Tribes and/or Group Boards
Fifth, look for blogs on some of your favorite boards to see if there are any Facebook Groups or Tribes for you to join. To improved your search engine optimization and for a comprehensive list of Tribes that you can join, click here. My Tribes (beginning with the letters PA for Pinterest Artwork) are just getting established. I look forward to having you share your pins. Right now, I’ve only established a few tribes for: Coffee cups, lighthouses, and Big Bang.
To learn more about Tailwind, please visit: Learning the basics for how to use Tailwind.
One more post, you’ll want to visit if you are trying to build up your Pinterest followers and improve your Pinterest is: Blogtober Day 13 – 15 Pinterest boards = 1,178 Group Boards.
Facebook Business Page / Group
Sixth, create a Facebook Business Page as well as Facebook Group. A Business page is a page that you’ve created for other people to join and share their posts. The Facebook Group is looking for people that have a common interest. It’s a good place to get pictures to pin. I like to look at Groups for lighthouses and cartoons.
Seventh, people love humor. “We love to laugh and smile.” Make it fun now and then. Constant Contact is a great place to build your landing page. Between Constant Contact and OptinMonster.com you can build a pop-up that points to your landing page. The team at Constant Contact can’t get enough high praise from me. One of the few companies that has a phone for you to reach out and get hands on help. Rated A++
Directions for your blog
Eighth, directions to take on your blog.
a. What’s the intention for your blog. Why does it matter to you?
b. How can you help the person looking at your blog?
c. Read the comments that people write.
d. Lastly, talk to other bloggers to find out their secrets. Bloggers love to share their secrets for success.