Okay, who else wants to get more traffic?
Silly question, right?
But often, getting traffic can be a real struggle, can’t it?
One that leaves you feeling frustrated and disappointed.
What makes it all worse is finding out that almost all those tactics peddled by the guru-squad as steps to success, don’t actually work when you put them to the test.
Like you, I found this out to my cost too. I started 3 blogs before starting this blog, Traffic Smart Marketing.
Yes, I made mistakes. Yes, I gave up too soon on one blog. But mostly, I failed because I was trying to create a successful blog based on broken tactics and strategies (and in a couple of cases, probably crappy advice that may have worked once but certainly didn’t work by the time I came to use them).
So, I stopped.
I stopped following the guru-squad experts crappy advice and started looking for people who were truly successful online. And by successful, I mean people who actually did have a large audience. People who actually did have products or a service their audience bought. People who actually did make money, in some cases 6-figure incomes.
It took me awhile but eventually I began to find them.
They stand out. Head and shoulders above the guru-squad. Their truth, honesty and realism are refreshing. You recognise them as soon as you see them for these reasons.
(Quick side note here) Funnily enough, I discovered Lisa’s blog because I was looking for how-to advice on creating PDFs and from there followed links to her other content.). Which shows an important point at work: if you want to attract traffic to your blog and then convert it into readers: solve a real problem for someone first – then keep them by introducing them to more useful and helpful advice. Thanks for this lesson, Lisa! I’m grateful.)
Then I discovered Marco Saric’s HowToMakeMyBlog.com. Finally, here was advice I could get my head round because instead of talking about how to make trillions of dollars a month with a blog, or how to get millions of people to my blog, Marco gave sensible advice like How To Get Your First 500 Readers, a figure that I could relate to and believe that I, as a new blogger, could reach.
I kept on searching, realising that there was good advice and people out there ready and willing to help people like me trying to start our own blogs. People like …
Corbett Barr and his blog ThinkTraffic.net (now Sparkline). He led me to others, namely Jon Morrow, and these others led me to more in turn … David Cain of Rapitude.com, Copyblogger.com (Yes, I know – bit late to the party with Copyblogger!) which actually taught me a lot about how to structure my blog posts.
These 101 Incredibly Powerful Traffic Resources Are The Result Of This Search …
Read them and you’ll discover some of the best lessons, tips, tools and advice out there, right now, on the internet today.
I know because these are the posts that taught me valuable lessons, skills and know-how in my journey to creating a blog.
A blog that worked and took the frustration out of getting traffic.
Some of these posts I got off my bookmarked list (a list that I keep going back to for real advice whenever I need a strategy that actually works). It’s a list that I started some time ago now. Some of them I had noted down in various notebooks I kept as I learnt.
This is my living resource kit.
Excellent and Timeless Quality Advice
A few resources included in this 101 list may be a few years old now. But it’s a tribute to the real, un-guru-squad advice they offer, that they still give you excellent and timeless quality advice. So, that’s why they’re here.
When you’re just starting out on your blogging journey (or even if you’ve been struggling to get noticed for awhile now) you need resources you can rely on.
You’ll find these resources right here. They taught me so much in the beginning that I feel a loyalty to them.
Not to mention, their authors, the blogging geniuses who really know their stuff, are actually as successful as they claim and are still telling it like it is with strategies that actually work.
That’s saying something when half your struggle and frustration to get noticed and create a popular blog as been created by crappy advice from the guru-squad.
None of these posts are here because they “look good”. They’re ALL here because they each have something concrete, sensible, realistic and workable to teach you whatever step along the journey to frustration-free traffic generation you’re on.
Swipe File of Strategies
Make these resources your swipe file of strategies to go from frustrated invisible blogger to popular. Make it a living resource, so like I did with these posts, bookmark this page.
Are you ready to go from invisible to popular blogger?
Here’s what you need to do now …
First, the best way to stop being invisible is by following me on Twitter …
So, come on over and introduce yourself. I share useful links about Twitter, writing, getting traffic, links to really good content, the odd cat video and more. And, it’s a good way stay updated on the latest traffic resources that are working now.
Then, after you’ve followed me on Twitter, you can continue to get maximum benefit from these incredibly powerful traffic resources.
These resources will teach you how to start a blog, how to get traffic, build a loyal follower base from scratch, little-known ways to grow your readers and subscribers and more!
Here’s how to get maximum benefit from these blog traffic resourses …
Each resource is collected under a specific subheading which relates directly to the outcome you want to get.
When you click one of the links below, it will take you straight to full resource post … without refreshing the page. So, all you need to do now is pick an outcome you want to discover how to get first – and off you go …
How to Get Traffic to Your Blog Fast
“the last five years, I’ve mentored over 2,000 bloggers. I’ve examined their promotional activities. I’ve seen their traffic stats. And the vast majority of what you’re being told to do simply does not work. It’s not just less effective than advertised. It produces almost no meaningful results whatsoever.”
-Jon Morrow @jonmorrow, Boost Blog Traffic.
Jon Morrow knows a thing or two about getting traffic. He grew his blog to 13,000 email subscribers before he had even launched it.
Jon taught me a powerful lesson about traffic – Not all traffic is good. Not all traffic is worth the effort most people put into getting it.
Traffic is only as good as the readers, subscribers and income it brings you.
There are people out there who will tell you ALL traffic matters. That ALL traffic will get you readers, subscribers and an income. They’re wrong. It won’t.
To make it worth your effort you need to get the right kind of traffic. You need to get traffic-smart. This means, knowing who is most likely to want what you’re offering now and has the desire and money to buy it.
The resources in this section (and in the section that follows it) will give you the steps and the know-how you need to get the right kind of traffic for you and save yourself a great deal of time, effort and frustration into the bargain.
11 Traffic Techniques That Are a Waste of Time for Beginners – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
Not Getting Enough Blog Traffic? Here’s Why… – Corbett Barr writing on DIYThemes.com
17 Traffic Building Tips from Some of the World’s Most Popular Bloggers – Corbett Barr, fizzle.co/sparkline
5 Ways to Start a Blog and Get Big Traffic from the First Day – Ramsay Taplin writing on Lifehack.org
21 Quick Actions You Can Do Today to Set Your Blog Up for Massive Blog Success – Corbett Barr, Fizzle.co/sparkline
How to Grow Your Blog to 100,000 Visits a Month Within 1.5 Years – Neil Patel, Quicksprout.com
The One Secret to Growing a Blog Quickly (Really Quickly) – Ramsay Taplin, BlogTyrant.com
How to Grow a Blog to 100,000 Visitors in Less than a Year – Peep Laja writing on Okdork.com
How I Got Over 11,908 Visitors in My Blog’s Third Week – Ramsay Taplin, BlogTyrant
How to Get (More)Traffic to Your Blog
“Show people they matter by listening to them and paying attention to who they are — beyond the confines of their business.”
– Tea Silvestre, @TeaSilvestre, StoryBistro.com
Perhaps the best way to get more traffic is to ditch your niche. That’s right. Stop confining yourself to a box because sooner or later, you’re going to run out of air. That’s one of the many lessons I’ve learnt from Jon Morrow.
His advice is to ditch your niche because if you pick a niche and stay there, you’re limiting yourself in the same way you’d be limiting yourself of air if you shut yourself away in a box.
Sure, you could have a big box that’s got a lot more air inside it for you to keep going longer. But not much longer. A big problem that sticking to one niche is that it limits the amount of traffic you get.
If you want to get more traffic, you need to ditch your niche in favour of looking for people; individuals who have a problem that you can help them solve.
You see, the bloggers with the biggest, most engaged audiences, don’t confine themselves to niches. Once you’ve been around their blogs for a while and seen who they mix with and who they know, you discover they cross over into all kinds of industries, topics, interests and subjects.
For example, let’s say there’s a blogger who blogs about Social Media. Then there’s another blogger who blogs about Chinese Medicine as a healing alternative. Let’s say they’re both wanting to start their own podcast shows and they need to learn how to start podcasting.
Both have been looking round the web for someone who knows how to podcast and is doing it successfully right now.
Let’s say the @SocialMediablogger sees a tweet from the @ChineseMedicineblogger mentioning that they want to start podcasting does anyone know someone who can teach them how to do it.
@SocialMediablogger gets in touch saying “Me too. Let me know when you find someone.”
@ChineseMedicineblogger tweets back “You bet!”
Astute @Podcastingblogger has been watching out for people on Twitter who want to learn how to do podcasts. He or she gets in touch and tweets both @SocialMediablogger and @ChineseMedicineblogger and says …
Get the idea? This getting together of bloggers from different backgrounds and interests through a common problem they want solving and a solution is an example of how there are no borders out there. There are no limits.
Success is a community activity. It happens when people help each other out. No strings attached.
Remember this and start looking for bloggers you can get-together with to solve a common problem with. Bring other bloggers together. Introduce them to each other.
Believe me, you’ll start to get more traffic. Because you’ll be introducing more people to you and your solutions as well as other bloggers to each other.
And while you’re looking for other bloggers to form connections with and introduce to each other, here are some powerful resources that will give your efforts an extra boost …
How to Get More Traffic to Your Blog and Keep It There – Jeff Goins, GoinsWriter.com
How to Get More Traffic to Your Blog Without a Ton of Extra Effort – Tommy Walker writing on CrazyEgg.com
42 Timeless Ideas for Attracting More Visitors to Your Website – Corbett Barr, Fizzle.co/Sparline
5 Creative Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog Posts – Kimberly Reynolds writing on SocialMediaExaminer.com
10 Blogs with Explosive Growth to Learn From – Corbett Barr, ThinkTraffic.net
Bad Traffic: How to Get 9,229 Useless Visitors Every Month – Ramsay Taplin, BlogTyrant.com
How to Get More Traffic and Traction by Promoting Your Content Like a Boss – Andy Crestodina, writing on BoostBlogTraffic.com
The Ultimate Guide on How to get More Blog Traffic – Jeff Bullas, JeffBullas.com
– Jeff Goins, GoinsWriter.com
8 Incredibly Simple Ways to Get More People to Read Your Content – Pamela Wilson writing on Copyblogger.com
7 Proven Strategies to Increase Your Blog’s Traffic by 206%/”> – Neil Patel, NeilPatel.com
If you’re looking for more traffic, STOP! – Derek Halpern, SocialTriggers.com
The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Site More Mobile-Friendly – Greg Hickman writing on BoostBlogTraffic.com
Is Getting More Blog Traffic Really Your Goal? – Bernadette Jiwa, TheStoryofTelling.com
How to Get Traffic to a New Blog
One big fact stands out above all others when your blog is new …
You not only want results quickly. You need to have results quickly.
If my 3 failed blogs have taught me anything valuable it’s this …
Nothing is more soul-destroying than starting a blog with the desire, goal and dream of making a living doing what you want to do above all else and an income out of it that supports you … Only to get zero response.
No traffic. No readers. No subscribers. No money. It’s horrible. And it results in more bloggers quitting than anything else.
What you need and want as a new blogger are results. These resources will get them for you (if you act on them)…
The 7 Dumbest Mistakes You Can Make When Launching a New Blog – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
How to Beat Quiet-Blog-Syndrome and Drive Traffic to a New Blog – Henneke, EnchantingMarketing.com
Starting a New Blog? Assume Nothing – Demian Farnworth, TheCopyBot.com
The Massive Guide to Getting Massive Traffic – Neil Patel, QuickSprout.com
This is How Derek Halpern Grew a 17,000 Subscriber Blog in 11 Months – Corbett Barr, Fizzle.co/Sparkiline
Web Traffic 101 – How To Get More Customers – Fast – Clay Collins, LeadPages.com
Sex, Lies, and the Art of Commanding Attention – Jon Morrow writing on Copyblogger.com
How to Get Traffic from Social Media
“You need to hear that your site is probably not worth most people’s time in its current form, and THAT is why you don’t have enough visitors. It’s not because you didn’t tweet enough last week, sorry.”
-Corbett Barr @CorbettBarr, fizzle.co
How relevant is your blog to the people you want to be visiting it, reading it, subscribing to it and buying your products or service?
This is a fundamental question you need to ask yourself.
Social media can be an easy of convincing yourself that you’re taking positive action to get traffic, readers, money by building connections and promoting your blog.
Not so. Social media cannot replace creating real meaningful, relevant content that actually gives people what they want and gives them the tools and steps that will get them to the results, outcomes and destinations they desire.
As Corbett Barr puts it bluntly in his post Why Every “Twitter Tips” Article You’ve Ever Read is Essentially Worthless (or Worse), there is no substitute for real hard graft and useful content. Unless you take time to create it, every minute you spend on social media is a waste of time …
Why Every “Twitter Tips” Article You’ve Ever Read is Essentially Worthless (or Worse) – Corbett Barr, Fizzle.co/Sparkline
How to Easily Double Your Traffic from Social Media – Garrett Moon writing on KISSmetrics.com
The Simple Blog Tweak That Gets You More Social Shares Right Now – Lisa Kasanicky writing on BoostBlogTraffic.com
Master This Copywriting Formula to Dominate Any Social Media Platform – Demian Farnworth writing on Copyblogger.com
An Open Letter to Marketers Who Abuse Social Media for Selfish Gain – Jon Morrow writing on KISSmetrics.com
How To Get 1,000 Shares Per Blog Post – Adrienne Smith, AdrienneSmith.net
How to Breakthrough Traffic Plateaus
If your traffic and readership is stalling it’s a good bet that you’ve stopped being useful to your audience.
Ongoing success online depends on engagement. Nurture your audience, your readers. Every single one of them. Keep giving value. Yes, some readers will leave. You may have given them everything they wanted and now they’re off to make it on their own. That’s success!
But often, if you’ve been getting traffic and growing your audience nicely, discovering a back-slide can be a big blow.
Here’s one way to prevent your blog stalling …
How to Increase Targeted Traffic to Your Blog or Website – Henri Junttila, WakeUpCloud.com
How to Get Traffic That Converts
Getting traffic doesn’t mean much if it doesn’t stay long enough to read anything, or buy anything.
Traffic that comes then goes away never to return wastes a lot of your time. Because you have to spend too much time finding this kind of traffic then persuading it to visit your blog.
Far better, and more astute thing to do is to go after traffic then keep it. That means you converting it. These incredibly powerful traffic resources posts show you how to do this …
How to Get Traffic That Converts – Ott Niggulis writing on ConversionXL.com
How To Do Conversion Optimization With Very Little Traffic? – Peep Laja, ConversionXL.com
How to Get 6,312 Subscribers to Your Business Blog in One Day – Brian Clark, Copyblogger.com
How to Make Money Blogging
Before you can make money through your blog you need to convert traffic into customers. It’s always nice to have a lot of traffic and a lot of guru-squad experts will have you believe that you need to keep getting traffic if you want to make money. It’s not always true.
Here are some people who’ve made money with only small traffic figures. Or by thinking more about their readers experience and results than their own …
Why You Can’t Make Money Blogging
– Sonia Simone, Copyblogger.com
What You Need to Know to Make a Living as a Blogger Right Now – Demian Farnworth writing on Copyblogger
How Much Traffic Does Your Blog Need To Make $100,000 – Yaro Starak, Entrepreneurs-Journey.com
How I Created a Tiny Niche Blog That Earns Six Figures – Carol Tice writing on WriteToDone.com
The Best Way to Make Money Blogging (That You’re Ignoring) – Tom Ewer, LeavingWorkBehind.com
How to Start Earning From Your Blog — Right Away – Carol Tice writing on WriteToDone.com
These Plugins Can Boost Traffic to Your Blog – Jon Rognerud writing on Entrepreneur.com
Seo Tips, Tools and Techniques
“any bona fide SEO expert will tell you keywords are only a tiny part of it. The biggest, most important factor is the number of links from trusted sources.”
– Jon Morrow, @jonmorrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
What really works for getting you traffic is making truly genuine connections with other bloggers and writing content that matters to people.
These resources will give you real strategies to get traffic-smart …
How to Beat Quiet-Blog-Syndrome and Drive Traffic to a New Blog – Henneke, EnchantingMarketing.com
6 SEO Sins That’ll Put You on Google’s Naughty List – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
5 Ways to Grow Your Blog Without Relying on Google Traffic – Jerry Low writing on Problogger.net
No Blog Traffic? Here’s a Simple Strategy to Seduce Readers – Henneke writing on Copyblogger.com
Is Your Blog Struggling? Here’s How to Fix It – Danny Iny writing on ThinkTraffic.net (now f=Fizzle.com/Sparkline)
Why Bloggers Fail (and What To Do To Ensure You Don’t) – Derek Halpern
Common Blogging Mistakes
If you’re not getting results you want and don’t know why, it can be really frustrating.
You can blame yourself. But it’s not your fault. If you’re not getting results and you’re working hard to get them, then it’s probably the tactics you’re using.
Sometimes it IS your tools that are to blame.
These resources will turn your results around. And turn a lot of those crappy tools and tactics on their heads …
How Boring Is Your Blog? – Julien Smith writing on Problogger.net
Web Traffic: Why Guru Strategies for Blog Growth DON’T … and What Does! – Danny Iny, FirepoleMarketing.com
Why Your Site Gets Such Pitiful Traffic (and What to Do about It) – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
Why Posting Every Day is a Silly Strategy (And What to Do Instead) – Dries Cronje writing on BoostBlogTraffic.com
Don’t Follow Your Passion – Amy Hoy, UnicornFree.com
The Five Words That Killed Your Blog – Scott Stratten, UnMarketing.com
The 7 Dumbest Mistakes You Can Make When Launching a Blog – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
11 Ways Your Website Redesigns Destroy Search Traffic – And How You Can Keep Yours! – Brian Carter, BrianCarterGroup.com
Screwed Up Your Blog? Here’s What to Do – Jon Morrow writing on Copyblogger.com
How to Promote Your Blog
If no one knows about your blog it’s not hard to conclude that you won’t get traffic.
If you want people to come and read your blog you need to tell them about it. Better still, you need to get other people to tell them about your blog. The more influence each of these “other people” have, the more people will listen to them and come to check out your blog.
Promotion means that you need to tell people about your blog AND, you need to get influential bloggers to tell people about your blog too (and you can do this by writing great content.).
It all starts by understanding how to promote actively and smartly …
Why Most Companies Fail At Content Marketing – Ricardo Bueno, RicardoBueno.com
3 Methods To Increase Your Blog Traffic Without Guest Posting – David Risley, BlogMarketingAcademy.com
The Secret to Effective Marketing – Quant Based Marketing – Noah Kagan, Okdork.com
How to Get Traffic to Your Blog (How I Became the Freddy Kruger of Blogging) – Danny Iny, FirepoleMakreting.com
The Sunday Share: Why Great Marketers Must Be Great Skeptics – Danny Brown, DannyBrown.me
How to Write Great Content
If you listen to any blogging expert you’ll hear them give you the same old advice:
Want traffic? Write great content.
Want more readers? Write great content.
Want to make money from your blog? Write great content.
Ever wondered how to write great content?
These resources posts are for you. And anyone else who wants to become a better writer and blogger …
How to Write a Blog Post That Wins Your Audience’s Undying Loyalty – Sophie Lizard writing on FirepoleMarketing.com
Want to Know What Makes Content Truly Successful? – Chris Garrett, ChirsG.com
“Go out there and do stuff, even if that means failing. Read. Listen. Discuss. Sure … But make sure you are not just consuming but experimenting and implementing.”
– Chris Garrett, @chrisgarrett, ChrisG.com
How To Get Blog Visitors: 10 Key Traffic Driving Principles – Marko Saric, HowToMakeMyBlog.com
21 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have a Clue – Danny Iny writing on Copyblogger.com
How to Get Awesome Results with a Low Traffic Blog – Will Hoekenga writing on LeadPages.com
Blogging Your Way to Traffic, Subscribers, and Sales with Danny Iny – Danny Iny writing on Kikolani.com
How to Be Smart in a World of Dumb Bloggers – Jon Morrow, BoostBlogTraffic.com
Little-Known Ways to Get More Blog Traffic
What you discover when go out there searching for real strategies to become successful online is that it’s the uncommon techniques that bring in the most results.
While other bloggers struggle because those tired old guru-squad tactics don’t work, those bloggers who become known across the internet for their quality, their writing and their success, have usually stayed away from boring tactics like SEO and keyword research.
Instead they’ve reached out to people they can help and given more than expected. They’ve chosen to the different road and it’s made all the difference …
The Anti-Strategy For How To Grow Your Business Online – Rebecca Tracey writing on FirepoleMarketing.com
You Might Not Be the Kind of Person Who Can Use This Copywriting Trick – Demian Farnworth, TheCopyBot.com
1,000 True Fans – Kevin Kelly, KK.org
(BIG Thanks to Corbett Barr for introducing me (and now you) to this post because it’s a brilliant lesson in getting a lot out of a small pot if you put the work into putting your readers first. If you asked me which of these posts to read first, I’d say it’s this one.)
The Secret To Attracting 1,000 True Fans – Jonathan Mead, PaidToExist.com
How to Be a Traffic-Smart Blogger
“You can’t please everyone, So proudly exclude people.”
-Derek Sivers, @sivers, sivers.org
39 Actionable Ideas For Driving Traffic To Your Website – Jayson DeMers writing on Forbes.com
You Don’t Need As Much Traffic As You Think – Yaro Starak, Enterpreneurs-Journey.com
21 Tactics to Increase Blog Traffic (Updated 2014) – Rand Fishkin, Moz.com
The Best Advice You’ll Ever Receive on Becoming a Big Shot Blogger – Demian Farnworth writing on CrazyEgg.com
Understanding Your Blog Audience and What You Want From Them – Danny Brown, DannyBrown.me
How To Build the Trust You Need for an Engaged Community – Danny Brown, DannyBrown.me
The Difference Between Traffic And Visitors – Bernadette Jiwa, TheStoryofTelling.com
The Traffic Building Formula – David Risley, BlogMarketingMarketing.com
How To Get Blog Traffic By Pissing Off Your Audience – David Risley, BlogMarketingAcademy.com
How to Get Readers to Your Blog
“In a hectic world, we make time to listen to our friends. We trust them. Be a good friend to your readers.”
– Henneke Duistermaat, @HennekeD, Enchanting Marketing
What you really need are readers. Yes, traffic is what introduces people to what you’ve got to offer, just as shop windows let passers-by know what’s on offer inside.
But unless you write about topics those “passers-by” want to read – again and again – they’ll just pass by without even looking at your window display …
3 Tricks to Entice Busy People to Read Your Content … Word-by-Word – Henneke, EnchantingMarketing.com
How to Avoid Cold-Feet Killing Your Progress – Chris Garrett, ChrisG.com
Don’t Read This If You Want To Be A Better Blogger – Jonathan Mead, PaidToExist.com
Blog Traffic: Case Studies
At school case studies bored me rigid.
Reading about how Giant Corp Ltd did whatever to whoever for whatever meant nothing to me because it didn’t relate to anything I wanted to do.
Searching for how to get traffic to make my blog work has taught me that case studies are one of the best ways to learn how to do exactly that.
The best lesson I’ve learnt that’s changed my view of case studies is that readers want to read about how to actually put strategies into action and get results out of. (It’s what’s inspired me to use this blog, Traffic Smart Marketing, as one big case study – a look-over-my-shoulder and see what I’m doing example of how to put the strategies I’ve learnt into play.). Because the best way of doing learning is to see what strategies successful people have used and how they’ve got them to work.
So, aim to create some case studies of your own for your blog. Pitched right (and on topics your readers are most interested in) they can rank amongst your most popular posts.
Here’s some case studies that inspired me and which I know will inspire you.
Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study] – Nathan Barry writing on Problogger.net
Case Study: How a Self-Published Author and Blogger Negotiated a Six-Figure Traditional Book Deal – Beth Hayden writing on Copyblogger.com
How to Do 500 Times Better than AdSense – Johnny B. Truant writing on Copyblogger.com
20 Warning Signs That Your Content Sucks – Jon Morrow writing on Copyblogger.com
The Minimalist’s Guide to Becoming a Better Writer – Demian Farnworth, TheCopyBot.com
How A New Blog Brought In $2,000 in Revenue—and Attracted 800 Readers—In A Single Day (case study) – Derek Halpern, SocialTriggers.com
How to Turn New Customers Into Repeat Customers (customer loyalty secrets) – Derek Halpern, SocialTriggers.co,
Case Study: How a “No Meat Athlete” Built His Profitable and Satisfying Business – Beth Hayden writing on Copyblogger.com
How I Went From Unknown to Boost Blog Traffic Writer in Six Months (and How You Can, Too) – Kevin Duncan, BeABetterBlogger.com
Amazing Case Study: How Sarai Mitnick Attracts 380k Pageviews a Month and Built a Business Around a Sewing Blog – Corbett Barr, ThinkTraffic.net
Well it’s nearly the end of this giant traffic resources post so I want to say “Thank-you” to each and everyone of these top influential bloggers who, through these posts and through their blogs, are helping me (and now you) turn my dream of having a successful, popular blog into reality. I know you’ll get as much value, inspiration and know-how out of them as I have.
I got the idea for creating this resource post from Derek Halpern of SocialTriggers.com who’s created this incredibly useful resource guide to get more Twitter followers that I recommend highly if you want to really get the best out of Twitter. Thanks Derek :).
To find really useful content that gives you the steps, tools, tips, techniques you need to take the frustration out of getting traffic to your blog is hard.
There’s a lot of crap out there.
A lot of copy-cat, trendy and jump-on-the-band-wagon crap.
But, there’s also a lot useful, breath-taking content out there too just as this giant post shows (when you discover the gems – the bloggers who matter).
You’ll notice some of these 101 Incredibly Powerful Traffic Resources posts come from the same few bloggers. It’s because they write a lot of amazing posts.
And So, It’s Your Turn
Are you ready to take your blog from invisible to popular?
It’s a challenge. But one that I know that you’re up to and ready to accept. Because you’re smarter than most bloggers out there. You’re smarter and you’ve got the guts to reach out for opportunities that come your way.
It’s time to stop being frustrated, to stop being disappointed, to stop feeling you’ve failed and that your dreams of changing lives and making something of your own that brings you recognition and rewards you deserve is just some silly delusional thinking.
Because it’s not, is it?
It’s a real-live desire and goal. Right?
You want to make this work for you and for all the people you know you can help and solve real problems for and bring in to your ideas, skills, know-how and creativity.
It’s time to stop being limited and broken down by the crap out there. It’s time to stop forcing yourself to be “realistic” and face up to your “responsibilities” because, let’s face it, who’s realism and responsibilities are they talking about anyway? Certainly not yours, right?
Because you know that with the right resources, the right advice, the right people by your side, that you can make it. That you can take what you have, or what you know about, or can share with others and turn it into real resources of your own that others can use and get results from too, right?
It’s time. It’s your time. Your time to stop being invisible and to start finding popularity amongst the people who’s lives you can change, in however small or large a way.
It’s your time. And there a lot of good and generous people out there ready to help you and see you succeed. Start your success here by reading and sharing these resources with others – the people you know, who follow you on Twitter and Facebook.
And you can leave me a comment in the Comments section below to tell me how you want to start becoming popular and what resources are helping you get there.
Share your dreams and your goals here and let’s start helping each other find the resources and the know-how to make the difference they long to make, because …
It’s your time to start making the difference you’ve always wanted to make.
Are you ready to accept the challenge?