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Tips on getting free traffic to your blogs

Updated on March 10, 2009
BlogRush - Free Blogger Traffic
BlogRush - Free Blogger Traffic

Blog widgets are a hot trend now and BlogRush was the first one I ever cared to try out. BlogRush is a free content sharing network system created by John Reese that allows you to display the title of your latest article from your blog to other blogs in your category (cross promoting blogs) and with its feature, it can help you send free focused web traffic to your niche blog. It aims to help bloggers exposed to more traffic. Best of all, it's FREE!

BlogRush is a free viral widget that you encode into your blog's sidebar and it will display relevant blog posts in it. You just simply copy and paste the code in your blog's - that's it! BlogRush will show relevant and targeted articles links related to your blogs content using a combination of the category you have selected and proprietary technology that BlogRush continues to improve. This small widget will display 5 headlines from the other blogs within the network base on the category you sign in.

The ten-tier referral system in BlogRush will give you the possibility to increase the number of readers exponentially. You earn points if you display the widget on your site and exponential points for recruiting others who use the widget on their site.

The person at the top of the pyramid earns credits for all of the traffic from the users who signed up underneath them earned. When your BlogRush widget has one impression, you will receive one credit which will be the exchange point of displaying your blog on someone else's blog.

This amazing system will make your really popular blog post to snag hundreds and hundreds of referrals. BlogRush really works for me. I have a friend of mine just running his site three days ago and now he's having 3000 hits on his stats. I'm not sure if it's pretty low for starters.

Another important thing that your must pay attention to draw free traffic to your blog is the content of your blog. Try to appear in front of other bloggers that your blog has some authority in the industry that your blog belong to. You have to write something unusual and interesting in your blog.

When you write your post, always ask your reader a questions or their opinion on something in order to make your readers feel that they're important and make an impression that your blog is not a robot-created blog. You must respond to the readers' posts and give answer to question that can help your readers. With these ways, your readers will love your blog more and free traffic will come naturally.

Hery Yansen is an SEO buzz on SEO tips and owner of SEO Quick and Easy website. His website provides an informative content in e-book for those who are new online on discovering how to get top rankings by using free traffic.


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      9 years ago

      I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.Miriam

    • Hery Yansen profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      You're welcome, CourtSantos

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      10 years ago from Seatlle, WA

      This information is helpful. Thanks.

    • Hery Yansen profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      You're welcome commentonthis7

    • Hery Yansen profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Walace989, You can do it if you try ...

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      10 years ago

      good stuff i wish i could get like 3000 hits in one day


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