It’s a common wish of many bloggers.
I know since I collect wishes in my Blogger Collaboration group.
You know with its character limit on messages, Twitter is the high-speed, information-now site.
You know it’s a great place to check updates.
You know you can get away with posting more often here than you can on other sites.*
It’s a good thing travel blogger Rajat Chakraborty is here to tell us how to maximize Twitter’s potential for blog traffic.
Once upon a time, there was a Twitter bird who was struggling to fly. Janice, his owner, decided he was a lost cause and made no attempts to save him. Then, a guest author came along and convinced Janice to save the bird. Janice gathered all the tools he gave her and added them to her arsenal. Janice used the tools, and now the Twitter bird flies high in the sky.
This post will explain how you can use those tools to increase your blog traffic from Twitter.
In his guest post How to GrowYour Social Media Presence in 30 Days or Less and Pay Zero, social media expert Bob Barocas engaged readers. They were so interested, I set out to prove his methods are effective.
This case study post will take a before and after approach and explain the tools I used to try to prove his techniques effective. Although his post discussed strategies that will work at all social media sites, this post will focus on getting traffic to your blog from Twitter.
That’s why successful bloggers get high page views.
There is no magic, there is no secret.
Successful bloggers know hacks, shortcuts, that enable them to get high page views.
This post will share five of those hacks.
I asked them what they considered the most interesting topic on MostlyBlogging.
Can you guess how they responded?
They overwhelmingly responded by answering “social media”.
They are in luck. We all are.
I like to cite experts in the field of blogging. I feel citing their expertise gives my articles credibility.
I used a quote from social media expert Bob Barocas in my article Here are the 29 Great Reasons You Should Use Medium to Blog Now.
When he wrote to thank me, he offered to guest post for our blog!
Since social media is his area of expertise, we can believe his tips which explain how we can significantly grow our social media followers in only one month without spending money.
If you could make decisions based on testing, you would have concrete evidence that your actions will result in a high ROI (Return on Time Invested) for you.
A/B Testing is a way to do that testing so that you don’t waste your time.
A/B testing is an easy, free, fun, relatively fast time-saving strategy that will give you concrete proof that your decisions will result in a positive outcome for your blog. [Read more…]
Wouldn’t we all?
Would you be interested if I told you I discovered a secret tip for increasing search engine traffic?
I followed the tip, and my search engine traffic increased thirteen times!
It’s easy, it’s free, and it’s the opposite of everything you’ve been told about how to get search engine traffic.
After all, you are alone at your keyboard with no company but your own thoughts.
Do you intentionally make blogging a solitary activity?
Do you, like others, manipulate situations, so you are alone and can find time to blog?
What if you could have the best of both worlds– the solitude of blogging and a group of bloggers as well?
What if the members of this group were your partners?
Suppose they could help you meet your blogging goals even if their goals were different from yours?
There are such people. They actually have a special name.
They are your Joint Venture Partners (JV’s), and they exist to make your online experience a success.
If yes, did they concern your blog?
Sadly, many bloggers resolve to abandon their blogs unless the new year brings them the traffic they desire.
Their concerns are indeed warranted. The competition is fierce. After all, there are more than 152 million blogs in the world, according to recent statistics.
People don’t have to threaten to stop blogging.
Perhaps they just need to change the combination of actions they are taking in order to get the traffic they want.
After all, isn’t that what a new year is for, the opportunity to make a change if things aren’t going the way we want?
This post will share a combination of factors that successful bloggers agree is vital for mass traffic.
On October 28, I announced the way to get dramatically high blog traffic was through StumbleUpon.
This post will prove through screenshots and testimonials that StumbleUpon is indeed the way to get staggeringly high blog traffic and answer the many questions that have come up about how to use this social media site.