24 Days, 203% Up!
In this guide, I’m going to teach you how I grew my traffic by 203%.
If you have been struggling with growing your website or blog’s traffic, and looking for free ways to increase your revenue and reputation both, this guide is for you.
And yea, the strategies I used are not very hard to implement.
Hence, you could also follow the strategies, and get results within a week.
Just grab yourself a cup of coffee, sit back – relax, because this is going to be a good one – both for beginners and experts.
Let’s dive right in and see what I did, NOW!
We’re just starting out. Ready?
Before we start learning the so-called strategies or tactics, I would like to show you my Analytics comparison report of December and January (plus how much content I produced) to show you what exactly I’m talking about.
You can see that the numbers are for real, right?
So how did I go about doing that?
Well, I used 4 simple steps or tactics to boost my traffic with just a total of 31 posts.
To be more specific, only 29 posts actually. The rest two I wrote afterward.
Now, without any further ado, look at my steps.
Look, if you want some serious results as fast as possible, you can’t pass keyword research.
Maybe it seems a bit hard and costly to you but now it’s not.
You don’t have to pay for any kind of SEO tool now. Why? Because you’ve got Ubersuggest.
With this tool, The strategy I utilize is – researching long tail, and least competitive keywords for targetting relevant and more traffic.
Don’t worry. I’ll explain you everything step-by-step.
There are two steps involved in the process:
1. Searching the head keyword and finding long tail variations of it.
2. Sorting the long tail variations by difficulty score.
Majority of the people go about researching irrelevant and low-search intent keywords. Unfortunately, that’s not the way you drive traffic while just starting out.
You’ve gotta target long-tail phrases with high search intent.
If you don’t know what low search intent keyword means, it’s a very competitive keyword that doesn’t clarify specific search intent of the user.
Simply taking an example of the word – ‘Audi.’ First of all, this word is too hard to rank for as a beginner. Secondly, you’re not sure what the user is looking for if he types in this particular keyword.
Maybe he’s just randomly searching for Audi. Or he wants to visit Audi’s official website or wanting to see the logo of the brand, or something else.
Now, first of all, it’s going to take ages to rank for this keyword and even if you rank, you’re going to lose your traffic soon.
Because you’ll have a high bounce rate for being unspecific.
So, unlike the majority of webmasters, this time you’ve gotta neglect head terms and run behind easy plus conversion-driven fast traffic.
Let’s get the formula working.
First of all, you want to head over to Ubersuggest, and type in a popular head term and hit enter.
It could be anything related to your industry. Just for an example, I’m taking ‘affiliate marketing’.
Once you do that, the tool will pull up the performance report for that phrase, as shown below.
You can see that the keyword is very competitive. If you’re just a beginner, you don’t have a domain score of 90 or something like that.
So what you’ll do instead is, scroll down to the keyword ideas report, and sort the results by clicking ‘related’ option (which is just next to suggestions).
Now, you’ll get a ton of long tail variations of the keyword you just entered in.
Great! From here, we have to move on to our second step.
Now that you have a lot of keywords to write about, there’s a need to reduce what is not useful to you.
For doing that, just click on ‘View All Keyword Ideas’, and then filter the results by setting the maximum SEO difficulty score of 25, and the minimum search volume to 500.
Now, all the keywords you’ll have will be relatively less competitive to rank, but also with a decent search volume each and every month.
When you integrate those all keywords wherever it makes sense in your articles, optimize your images, title tags, meta description, and content structure, you’ll set up that blog post for success.
I bet you will start seeing results within two weeks of doing it. And if that doesn’t work, you can get to this article, and let me know that I’m full of shit.
This is who confident I am that it works.
LinkedIn is a tremendous opportunity for those of you who are not currently taking advantage of it.
With over 600 monthly active users, it’s counted in one of the most popular social media sites on the planet.
Far preponderance the people don’t use it because they just think of it as a tool for finding and publishing jobs.
That’s not true, it’s a massive and very ENGAGING content platform with impacting reach.
All of the people using LinkedIn are super interested in learning.
If you post something valuable, you can expect amazing, very qualified, and consistent traffic.
Did you know that LinkedIn is one of the best social media platforms with the highest organic potential reach?
Well, if you didn’t, I just told you.
If you’re seeking a place to find consistent free traffic, it’s the right place for you.
But you can’t just write articles, post links and hope for people to visit your website.
Before any of that, you’ve gotta build connections, and engage with the community by providing value.
When you do that over and over, a huge chunk of people will be engrossed in consuming your content, and you can receive an impressive response from then on.
Talking about myself, I first build connections and then went about spreading my thing out.
But unlike other platforms, it won’t take you months to build a constructive following base.
You can check out the top 5 content formats that are working on LinkedIn currently, by reading this post.
I have a cool statistic for you to know. Or maybe you’re aware of it already.
Did you know that 8 out of 10 people will just read your title of the post and only 2 of them will click through and read the rest of the content?
You probably don’t want that to happen with your results, right?
What this indirectly tells you is that a continuous focus on optimizing your post title tags in SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages) is a must.
This will increase your overall CTR (Click Through Rate), and drive more visits.
It’s a little tweak but can boost your result at the top (gradually).
Now, to give you more context, I just wrote this guide about affiliate marketing.
Even after doing a bunch of different things, I wasn’t able to pop up my guide on the top for the keyword – affiliate marketing in 2020 or affiliate marketing 2020. But I was ranking on 5th or maybe 6th place.
Finally, I figured out that the reason I wasn’t getting results was the title tag, by watching a video from my mentor.
My old title was something like this – “Affiliate Marketing In 2020: A Step-by-Step Guide – SB Digital”
When I optimized it with a couple of tests, eventually, I started seeing results with this title tag – “Affiliate Marketing 2020: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide”
Now, my search result pops on the top:
The tool I used for optimizing and analyzing my titles was A/B Ranking. It’s precisely versatile to use.
I think you should give it a try as well to see some good stability with your SEO stuff.
This may shock you for sure.
As a beginner, you must be thinking that how would you be able to send email blasts to people without any subscribers.
Wait! There’s a solution to every problem in this technological world.
Don’t you even think so?
That’s true. So, the solution to your problem is GetResponse.
It’s a free tool that you can use meanwhile you publish blog posts on your site for collecting people’s information.
I grew my own email list and repetitive visits by using this amazing tool.
Let me tell, how exactly…
Here’s how my strategy worked;
Before I even wrote a blog post, I created a lead magnet (a free guide on making money with ClickBank) for my readers that I would give them in exchange for their email addresses.
Then, when I went about writing my posts, through a pop-up or slider, I would offer them the free guide and they need to give their email.
That’s that. As my visitors increased, my list size increased.
I could now email those people to come back to my site whenever I release a new post just like this one.
For a thousand visitors, my list grew to 190 subscribers – which is pretty decent.
Now, many of the people on this list are raving fans of my content and keep on coming back.
You can read this post which shares the top 7 ways you can grow your email list fast!
This is how I grew my traffic by 203% in less than a month.
That’s no rocket science involved in here, right?
You could possibly make it happen as well.
I only used these four tactics to boost my traffic up.
Do you think there’s any other alternative option?
If so, share your thoughts below in the comments and let the sweet community learn your knowledge.
Also, if you liked this post, or have any kind of questions, please let me know in the comments