1- Good content, because people always seek for quality content.
2- Comment on other blogs.
3- Submit your websites to many directories.
4- Write an articles in articles directory, like ezine artcles.
At least Be patient, traffic doesn't happen overnight. The best way that I've found to increase traffic is by getting to know people. Spend what free time that you have, reading blogs, leaving feedback and building friendships. Try to leave comments on the blogs that you visit as often as you can. While you are waiting for the traffic to come, just enjoy blogging. You'll be improving your writing in the process.
Eventually you'll build a network of not just readers, but friends and loyal supporters. Blogging is not just about marketing; it's about creating lasting relationships.
by erinshelby15 months ago
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