Posted on : 18-03-2011 | By : admin | In : Blog, Writing Help for Businesses
OK, time to get back to a regular service after all that chocolatey goodness!
When you start a blog, you post a few times and sit back and wait for the visitors to come.
You can wait a very long time.
Bringing organic traffic to your blog without using backlinks or article submission websites can prove very frustrating. The golden grail of getting to the top of Google can prove insurmountable for some people. I have tripled the traffic to this blog using one simple strategy which I will share in a minute.
First of all, check that your website has a sitemap and that you have submitted it to Google. This ensures that your website will be indexed more quickly. If you have a WordPress website, then you can use a plug-in to create your sitemap. Submitting it to Google involves signing up for a Google account and posting a bit of code on one of your webpages. This enables Google to check that your website is genuine and being maintained by a real person.
Now for my strategy:
I decided that I would start to blog regularly.
For me that was three times a week.
That’s it. Simple, isn’t it? I taught myself to schedule posts and try to write them in advance. I scour business forums and faqs for ideas for posts and I have managed to keep it going (with occasional hiccups) thus far. It is working. Choosing to blog so regularly is bringing traffic to my website and I am pretty pleased with it.
What about you? Would you like more traffic to your website? Do you think you need to blog more regularly?
How often you choose to blog is entirely up to you. Some people prefer to blog five times a week, others every day. Some people prefer to blog once a week. The more often that content is added to a website, the more Google will like it. However as long as content is added regularly then visitors will increase.
Of course, article submissions, forum and blog comments and backlinks all help too. But it has amazed me how such a simple strategy as making a resolve to blog regularly and consistently could bring such results.
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- Why your Blog Posts are Not Crawling/Indexing by Google ? (shoutmeloud.com)