For all of my fellow bloggers out there in the blogosphere and the wee ones that are only getting started (I’m just a wee toddler at this but growing faster than ever), how would you prefer to drive traffic to your site like the experts? If so, then this article is for you.
Well, fellow bloggers, I am here to tell you it could be done. Now, I don’t want to mislead anyone reading this report. I haven’t even reached the 1,000 visitors daily mark yet, but I began my blog in March of this year. My point here is that it takes some time to drive traffic to your blog, patience, and some creative thinking. In online blogs fact, since I have been using the 5 strategies below, the traffic to my blog has exploded by 300%!
Article Marketing – You want to write content for both your site and also to submit to article directories. Whatever your niche is, if it is something you’re passionate about, you may allot the time to write content about it. When you submit articles, be sure to promote your site in the resource box as well so that readers can easily find you.
Also, paid sites will have much easier access to customer service in case a problem arises. Often, a mere call to an 800 number may have an issue resolved immediately. With a free site, you will never get such excellent customer service. Bear in mind, developing a blog must also incorporate a commitment to blog management. Without access to a blog service that provides proper customer care, managing the blog becomes a lot more difficult.
blog expenses can be paid annually or you can pay it on a one-time fee fee. If these aspects might add more to your billings then better listen up my friend. Now, here are a few of the ways on how you can slash down your professional profile fees.
You may think your little blog is already a star. If so, go ahead and enter a few blogging beauty contests to determine whether it will snag a prize or two. Nobody willing to give you a prize? You can create some of your own and make yourself the sole recipient. I’ve done it and it works quite well, actually.
To summarize, I strongly believe this outline will be of help when writing your own business plan and just before I drop my pen; I want to ask a question. Do you really think a business plan can add value to a blog? I would like to hear your opinion in the comment below.