Done writing quality content for today. Enough of blog commenting for the day. Tired of the long discussions in today’s forum topic. What now? Well, there’s one big thing you’re missing. They call it the Social Media.
The want for traffic on a site has never had a limit and will never do. It is believed that the more traffic received, the more money a site makes. In the previous two articles, we discussed about how the quality of a site decides for its rankings on search engines. We also discussed whether blog commenting is yet an efficient practice to generate traffic (not for SEO). It was concluded that quality yet plays a very critical role, both for search engine rankings and user experience (on the site). For the second discussion, it ended up with a conclusion that a small amount of traffic can be expected from blog commenting.
In the previous article, the necessity of quality content was discussed and it was concluded that the superior the quality of the content, the better ranking it gets. That’s because search engines now focus more...
The first and the primary aim for any site to succeed is traffic. No matter how good a blog is, if there is less traffic the outcome shall also be less. Unquestionably, there are several ways to generate traffic. Some ways are not applicable to some blogs, and some are. This determination of whether a specific traffic generation activity would work or not depends entirely on the site’s niche and the owner’s decisions and willingness.
Driving traffic to your website is the goal of any social media campaign. Let’s take a look at some of the most widely used tools and tactics to improve both the quality and quantity of visitors to your website.
Every webmaster strives to drive more traffic to their blogs. Have you ever wondered how much traffic any blog or website gets everyday? There are many places on the web like Statcounter, Sitemeter etc. where you can have such information. VisualizeTraffict is also lets you have a rough data on the traffic for a site.
The Like Button on Facebook is just a One Time sharing function. Imagine if you could transform it into a connection for ongoing updates and sharing based on user interest; wouldn’t it be great? Ingboo, a very handy online utility that answers your question and helps you do just that.
This domain is not so old but the blog is a bit older. I moved this blog from the old domain http://bishaladhikary.com.np to http://techattitude.com in February (23rd or 24th but not sure). I had also written about my moving this blog from old domain to new domain. I redirected it seamlessly but began experiencing problems shortly after redirecting it to new domain. I began suffering the slump in the Search Engine Traffic from Google, Yahoo etc. In the beginning, I didn’t know how Google treated 301 redirection but eventually seemed to understand that and recovered the traffic from Google in certain time after redirection.
You want to show your readers the posts that are most popular on your blog. If you use Wordpress for maintaining your blog, you can use or must have already used plugins that show off the most popular posts. Placing such widgets help you get more traffic to your quality posts. But the wordpress plugins basically display the popular posts based on the number of comments, i.e. the more comments a blog gets, the higher is its rank on the popular posts widget. The posts that get the highest number of comments are not necessarily the posts that get the maximum number of traffic. So, what if you want to put a popular posts widget that shows the posts getting maximum number of traffic?