You’ve started your blog and now you’re stuck wondering how to get traffic to a new blog. It seems impossible, but it’s not.
Keep reading to learn the exact techniques I used to grow my brand new blog to getting thousands of pageviews a day and in turn, earning a full time income in less than a year.
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Starting a brand new blog, though often confusing, is a fun and exciting experience! (You just opened up the gateway to making thousands of dollars a month from home… now that IS exciting!)
The frustration sets in shortly after you start your blog, once you have chosen your blog hosting, got a domain name, and set up your site. It’s after all that when the real frustration tends to set it.
It’s once you’ve got everything in order, are writing great content, but don’t have anybody coming to read that content.
THAT is when it gets really frustrating.
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Many bloggers will tell you not to chase pageviews. They’ll tell you that you can make money from your blog without being someone who is focused on getting pageviews…
Here’s the catch:
The very bloggers that are telling you not to chase pageviews are the same bloggers who are getting hundreds of thousands of pageviews a month.
So it’s easy for them to say, “don’t chase the pageviews!”, because they already have the pageviews. They already have the income.
You want to make money from your blog, and the three main ways bloggers make money are:
- Affiliate marketing
- Selling their own products
So, what’s the catch?
To make any sort of income from ads, you need pageviews.
To make money from affiliate marketing, you need people reading your content and clicking on your links.
To make money selling your own products, you need an audience to sell to.
So while some bloggers will tell you not to chase page views, I’m going to say the very opposite. I’m going to go ahead and say:
You need pageviews if you want to make money from your blog.
If you’re here reading this, there’s a good chance that you already know that pageviews are important. But now you’re stuck not knowing how to get traffic to your blog.
You know you need the traffic, you’re just not sure how to get it.
I know exactly how you feel. It wasn’t long ago that I started my blog and was stuck writing content for an empty room.
I thought I was doing everything right, so the fact that I was 3 months into blogging and still only getting 90 pageviews a day was VERY discouraging.
(So much so I was ready to throw the towel in and quit blogging altogether.)
It was at this point that I decided I was either going to invest in a course to help get my blog off the ground, or I was going to quit. So, with the encouragement from my very supportive husband, we took what little money we had and invested in an $80 blogging course.
$80 is a LOT of money to invest in something when you don’t even know if it will succeed.
While I did learn a lot from the course and was able to start getting more traffic to my blog, I know that not everyone has $80 to invest in their blogs, and that is exactly why I created this guide to help new bloggers get traffic to their blogs fast.
This is the guide I wish was around back when I first started blogging. I created the guide to help new bloggers get traffic to their blogs fast. I know you don’t want to wait around for months to get traffic – you want to be able to start monetizing your blog as soon as possible. And to do that, you need traffic.
There’s one thing that sets this apart:
The price. This guide is packed full of the exact tips I used (and continue to use) when I started growing my blog’s traffic. You’ll learn everything you need to know, at a fraction of the cost of any other blogging courses.
Most blogging courses like this guide will be upwards of $80, but I know that $80 is unreasonable for some people when their blog isn’t making money, so I have priced my course with people like you in mind.
How much do I have to invest before I start seeing a return?
The guide is only $20, and I am confident you will be getting a lot more bang for your buck. I have purposely kept the price low so that you can learn how to bring traffic to your blog, even when you can’t afford to invest big amounts of money in it right now.
You will gain an understanding of why your blog isn’t getting traffic, and what you can change right now to start getting pageviews.
I don’t want to sound like a broken record… but when you use the tips in this guide you will start to see an increase in your traffic incredibly fast… if not instantly. I am confident in what you’ll learn because it’s the exact stuff that I use every day to continually grow my blog.
Who am I to tell you how to increase blog traffic fast, anyway?
That’s a good question to ask for sure. Before purchasing anything you should always make sure you’re getting your money’s worth.
I started my blog a year and a half ago for one reason… to make money.
(Yikes – another thing many bloggers tell you not to do. I’m really going against the grain here.)
I was a stay at home wife and I knew I wanted to continue to stay home for many, many years. My husband and I knew we weren’t going to continue renting the little basement suite we were currently living in, we knew he would eventually change jobs, and we knew we wanted to start having kids soon.
We knew our expenses were going to be increasing.
So, that’s when I started looking for ways to make money from home. Not surprisingly, I came across a lot of work-from-home jobs that were nothing but scams. Eventually, I came across a blogger’s income report, and that’s when I thought, “If they could make money from home with a blog, why couldn’t I, too?”
(Besides the fact that I had NO tech skills, no education, and no knowledge that blogs could even make money, until I read that income report.)
Despite all that, I started my blog and I worked my butt off for it. I was determined to make this thing work. I knew I never wanted to have to go back to work outside the home, and it was that determination that drove the success of my blog. Eventually, I was ready to quit when I didn’t see any growth, but I continued to keep pushing through.
Now, less than two years later, I am making more money from my blog than I ever made working full time outside the home.
But, just because it didn’t take me long to get here, doesn’t mean it was easy. Getting this blog to the point it is at today was a LOT of work. Along the way, my traffic would plateau and I would have no idea what I was doing wrong.
I was getting some traffic, so I was obviously doing something right. But for the most part, I felt completely lost on how to continue moving forward with my blog when my traffic seemed to be stale.
After many months of trial and error and a whole lot of tears (yes- tears. No blood, not much sweat, but tears.) I finally felt like I had “cracked the code” to getting traffic to a new blog traffic.
I started to see what was working and what wasn’t, and by finding these differences and implementing more of the strategies that were working for my blog I was eventually able to start growing my traffic again.
And it hasn’t stopped.
It was a fast, sudden growth at first, and now it has become a steady, consistent growth, which I am very happy with.
I decided that one day when I would start creating my own products, I was going to create a product just like this for new bloggers
A product that would teach new bloggers exactly what they need to know to start generating blog traffic – even to a BRAND NEW blog.
I also promised myself that I would keep the product affordable because the biggest reason I didn’t invest in a course for my blog earlier was because I couldn’t find anything that was valuable and affordable. I put off the growth of my blog for months simply because I couldn’t afford to invest in it.
I don’t want you to be in that boat, too.
I want you to be able to build a thriving blog that generates income, and I don’t want you to have to put it off simply because you can’t afford to purchase a course to teach you what you need to know.
Getting traffic to my new blog was a long, grueling process, but over the months that followed I learned a lot of valuable information, and I have put it all together in this New Blogger’s Guide to Getting Great Traffic Fast.
In this tricks to increase blog traffic guide you will learn:
- The blog traffic tricks that I used (and continue to use) that brought my blog from 90 to over 3,500 page views a day
- How to write the RIGHT kind of content that attracts the RIGHT readers (there is a right and wrong kind of content AND a right and wrong reader for your content)
- How to identify who your blog is speaking to – once you can master this one trick, you better be ready for a BIG jump in traffic
- How to utilize your competition’s audience to get instant traffic to your blog
- The difference between fast traffic and lasting traffic (and how to get them both)
- The exact 16 strategies I used to grow my blog traffic and income
- The foundation of getting engaged traffic. Traffic is traffic, but you want your traffic to be engaged (an engaged audience = more income for you)
- How to get traffic from social media sites AND how to get organic traffic to your blog
- What to do once you get the traffic to keep it coming in
3 quick tips to get traffic to your blog fast
Here are 3 quick tips to help you get traffic to your blog fast that you can implement RIGHT NOW:
- Get on Pinterest. Sharing your blog posts on Pinterest will help you reach a whole new audience. (In fact, most bloggers get a majority of their page views from Pinterest.) Create a Pinterest account, create boards that match the topics of your blog, create images for each blog post on your site, pin those images to Pinterest. (We’ll go way more in-depth into Pinterest here.)
- Include social sharing buttons on your site. If your blog doesn’t have social sharing buttons, it’s time to change that! You need to allow your readers to EASILY share your content. When your readers share your blog posts it gets them in front of a whole new readership. (Remember, more eyes on your stuff = more money for you.)
- Write blog post titles that attract readers. Anyone can slap a title on a post and call it a day. Far fewer people can slap a GOOD title on a post that makes people think “I NEED to read this.” You need to title your blog posts in such a way that it draws the reader in, speaks to their need, promises to solve their problem, and offers real value to them.
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