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How can you revive a dying blog?

  1. leakeem profile image80
    leakeemposted 5 years ago

    How can you revive a dying blog?

    How do you make a blog that gets 3-5 pageviews a day get more visits? I have 70+ posts but most seems to be worthless because of my traffic. What can you suggest?

  2. Rosyel Sawali profile image64
    Rosyel Sawaliposted 5 years ago

    I have learned that not only is blogging or writing articles important, it is just as important to promote what you write. Try visiting similar blogs and leaving worthwhile comments. Try networking with other writers in your niche too. You can also promote via social media and forums. I've found out that my friends are some of the first ones to read what I publish. So I do share my posts via FB, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.

  3. rhondarowley profile image80
    rhondarowleyposted 5 years ago

    Have you studied SEO?  If you are using proper keywords in the right places, that alone should bring in more traffic from search engines.

  4. Sapper profile image70
    Sapperposted 5 years ago

    Along with what the other two have suggested, you need to keep in mind that just having lots of content isn't good enough, you have to update it regularly. How often the robots crawl your site has an effect on its rankings. When the bots crawls your site a few times without new content, that tells it that it came back too soon and will wait longer. On the other hand, if it comes back and sees 3 or 4 new posts, that tells it that it needs to come back more often.

    If you want to build it up quickly, I would say update it between 3 and 5 times a week. Vary your posts between 300 and 1000 words. Some people say everything has to be over 700 words, but that's really not the case. Multiple 300 word posts a week will do more for your rankings than a single 1000 word post will.

    Finally, promote the hell out of it. You should be spending at least twice as long promoting as you did writing it, if not more. In a somewhat catch-22, the more non-organic views you get, the higher your organic rankings will be. Link your blog every opportunity you can without spamming it. Also make sure you link individual posts along with your domain. For example, I have a pit bull blog. On most forums, I have a link in my signature for the main url. However, if someone made a post asking about dog training, I would link one of the posts I wrote about that, instead of just the main domain. Getting backlinks to your posts are just as important as domain.

  5. SAYAN-ZERO profile image61
    SAYAN-ZEROposted 5 years ago

    You can always SEO your Blog if you didn´t yet

    Well you can SEO your Blog by:

    Submit your URL to Google,Yahoo,Bing,ETC;

    If you Have your Blog on Blogger you can give a search description to each post;

    Make meta tags and a description to your Blog;

    Look for DO FOLLOW Blogs related to your niche and comment on those blog's people may get interested and visit your blog and also it can give you a higheir Page Rank;

    Share on Facebook with your friends,on Twitter,etc;

    Share on google + as this will give you more visitors even if you don't have anyone circled;

    Create a Stumble Upon acount and share i did 5 posts and Share those 5 posts on Stumble Upon and i won 500 visitors and i didn´t have anyone as my friend or following.

    I hope i could help you.

  6. FredBhai profile image39
    FredBhaiposted 5 years ago

    You need to promote what your write. Use social media platforms like twitter, facebook and Google+. If you have images in your posts, then don't forget to use Pinterest.

    Write on topics that people are searching for. See that your blog posts have good and tempting page titles.

  7. seanICM profile image60
    seanICMposted 5 years ago

    What is your blog URL I could take a look at it and give you some pointers? Its hard to  know really what you need to do without the link!