If you’ve been blogging for some time or have yet to start a blog but have been doing your research, I am sure that you’ve come across Lena Gott’s Traffic Transformation Guide a time or two.
You might hear people telling you that this is something you need if your blog is going to succeed, or you might hear other people who were just “meh” about it.
After starting my blog (and loving it), a few months passed by and I was getting just a few page views here and there, nothing big at all.
I still remember the day that I reached 100 page views in one day, let me tell you, I was ecstatic!
I was sure that I had this blogging thing down (oh boy…) and I could make it on my own without investing in any blogging courses. Sure, I knew they’d help my blog some, but I could make it by without them (or so I thought).
But, I was also getting discouraged. Shortly after reaching 100 page views a day, it just levelled off there. It didn’t climb and it usually didn’t dip too low, but there were some days when it was really down in the slumps.
I was still writing content for my blog in hopes that, “if you create it, they will come.” Unfortunately, that saying is far from true.
Eventually, I started wanting something more from and for my blog. I didn’t want it to just sit around 100 page views, little to no shares, and have my blog just be something taking up space on the internet that nobody ever came to.
I decided that I needed help, and something needed to change. That’s when I started really looking into the many different courses out there for bloggers, and soon I realized that there are many.
It’s exhausting looking around for different courses when you don’t know where to start, you get hundreds of different options thrown in your face, but how do you know which one to choose?
That was my issue, and it was becoming overwhelming. Then I started doing some deep research on Lena Gott’s Traffic Transformation Guide and started thinking that maybe this could benefit my blog.
The only thing holding me back was the price. If you’re a regular around my blog you already know that I am a stay at home wife and my husband and I are living off of his income alone, so we live as frugally as we can.
So handing out just under $80 for a blogging course was out of the question. When I saw the price of the course I shut the idea down and started looking for other ways to grow my blog.
I am pretty confident that I’ve tried nearly every single free blogging course out there (not quite, but it feels like it), and not much was working. I might have a day every once in a while with a small spike in traffic, but soon it would sink right back down to normal.
When my husband heard about this course he encouraged me to not let the price stop me from getting it, and that if I believed it would be beneficial to my blog that I should purchase it.
So, with much hesitation, I finally purchased my first blogging course ever. In fact, this was the first real blogging expense, and I was terrified.
I was worried that what if I put all this money out, but the course didn’t help my blog at all? What if I was just wasting money?
But I had done it. I had purchased it and there was no going back, so I started working my way through the course. Some things were practical, and most of the pointers were nothing fancy, but things that I had never thought about, and had never done for my blog.
I read through the Traffic Transformation Guide quickly, then went back and started working my way through it again, this time implementing the strategies I found in it onto my blog.
And all my former fears went away. Because after just a short few days of implementing these strategies from the course onto my blog, I saw traffic growth. And it wasn’t just spiking up one day to be down again the next, it was growing consistently.
Here is an image of my traffic over the past month.
That is a 1,970% increase in traffic in less than a month!
As you can see, as I started implementing the things I had learned in the course onto my blog, my traffic started rising slowly but surely, with a few dips here and there, it has kept going up.
The Traffic Transformation Guide isn’t a “one and done” kind of course. When you finish the course you can go back to the beginning and start again, because chances are you could have missed some important steps along the way. As my blog continues to grow I will keep implementing the strategies I learned from the course.
I am so excited to watch my blog grow. It’s great to finally see all the hard work and endless hours that have gone into it start to pay off.
Lena Gott’s Traffic Transformation Guide is so simple and straightforward. She doesn’t come across as confusing, but dives into great detail throughout the whole course. Lena makes this course super easy to understand, that even if you’re a newbie blogger you won’t have problems going through this course.
Is the Traffic Transformation Guide for you? It depends.
The Traffic Transformation Guide is not for you, if:
- You are comfortable with where your blog is.
- You aren’t looking to grow your audience and/or make money from your blog and are happy keeping it small and personal.
- You just aren’t quite ready to dish out that kind of money right now. Which is totally fine, and maybe the course is something you will come back to in the future, but for now, if you want to get a few of Lena Gott’s pointers you can sign up for her FREE Blog Traffic Bonus Guide here.
The Traffic Transformation Guide IS for you, if:
- You are frustrated and confused as to why your page views aren’t going up how you’d like them to be.
- You are ready to take the next step in blogging and grow your blog.
- You are ready to invest in your blog.
- You want to make money from your blog and grow your mailing list.
The Traffic Transformation Guide may or may not be for you, but for me, it has done wonders for my blog and I believe it can do the same for yours!
Or, if you’re not ready to invest in your blog just yet, click here to sign up for a blog traffic bonus guide at no cost to you! It’s completely free!
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