5 Blog Promotion Tips To Generate More Traffic

by Tyronne

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Blog Promotion Tips

In this article I’ll go over a few blog promotion tips to help you promote your posts. These tips won’t require any type of heavy backlinking as well. 

Find a topic to write about/Keyword Research -Your first order of business is to figure out what you’d like to write about and then do your keyword research to determine if it’s worth your time and effort. You want to pick the right battles because our goal is to rank on the first page of Google, not on page two or three. When you’re first starting out you can use Google’s keyword tool to find keywords that get around 1,000 searches a month with low to medium competition. Then I write my post, you can also outsource your writing to a place like TextBroker if you want. I think you have to make a $25 deposit to get started. Give them the keyword you want them to write an article about, then go from there. Off to the next step.

Share your post on Facebook -After I publish my post, the first thing I do is post to a few of the Facebook groups. You don’t need to go overboard with this, if you want to be effective, stick to a few groups that have a good number of active members. If your posting content that provides value you’ll get people to click over to your site because you’ll standout from all of the spammers. When you’re ready to really start promoting your posts, you can use a service like TribePro that will push your content out to other people’s social networks.

 Link to the post from your social media bios – Most internet network marketers that have accounts with Twitter,Facebook, and Google+ just link to their blog’s homepage. Instead of doing that, link to a specific post on your site.

 Leave comments on Commentluv enabled blogs  – Another thing you can do is leave comments on blogs that have the commentluv plugin installed. Make sure you comment on posts that are related to the article you just wrote. Once you submit your comment, the link to the last post you published will be visible to other bloggers who comment on that post, this is an easy way to get click throughs to your site and to get targeted traffic. Make sure you leave comments on authority blogs, these type of sites get tons of traffic and have big followings and always have people commenting on them, this will give you the type of exposure you need.

 Guest posting – Do a guest post and add a link to your post in your author bio. Guest posting is a great way to ethically steal other blogger’s subscribers and get targeted traffic back to your site. It’s also a great way to connect with other bloggers as well.

YouTube Videos – Another great way to promote your posts is to submit videos to YouTube. Say you just wrote a blog post, after that shoot a YouTube video explaining to your visitors what you just wrote about in that post. At the end of the video, tell them to click on the link in the description box below the video to get more information. Make sure the video is short, quick and to the point. The objective is to pique their curiosity and to give them a good reason why they should click the link below and go to your site. Here’s some FREE training on what NOT to do in your videos, click here for more info.

There you go, a few blog promotion tips that won’t get you into trouble with Google and at the same time will generate you that much needed traffic.

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To Your Continued Success,

Tyronne Ratcliff






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Charles Holmes October 29, 2012 at 9:52 pm


I really like your idea about guest blogging. It is a simple and effective way to send a boat load of high quality traffic to your blog. Best of all it is free.

Thanks for sharing.


Tyronne October 30, 2012 at 1:32 pm

Hey Charles, thanks for stopping by. Guest blogging is a great way to connect with other bloggers and something I plan on doing more of. Talk to you soon.

Tyronne November 24, 2012 at 5:24 am

Hey Charles, I remember David Wood saying that guest blogging is a way to ethically steal another bloggers subscribers, I kind of laughed and chuckled when I heard that.

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