This Is How to See 621 People at Your Blog in 1 Day

By: | September 24, 2016 | Tags: , , , |

#Bloggers can get 621 people to their #blogs #blogging

What would you predict are bloggers’ biggest concerns?

If you answered, “a toss-up between lack of traffic and lack of time to try to get more traffic,” you’d be right.

With over one billion websites in the world today, you have hefty competition for readership.

This post will save you time trying to increase your traffic by presenting strategies in a case study format.

The actionable tips presented in this post are free and easy to implement.

By the end of this article, you will be able to see anywhere between 509 and 621 page views on your blog’s dashboard in a single day.

Consider this a follow-up to my post explaining how to get 566 page views to your blog in a matter of hours.

Look at these comments from readers:

I want to get more and more traffic to my WordPress blog.

I would love to know how to gain a large number of audience who would read my write-ups. I’ve already been sharing links to my blog posts on Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp.

My methods are tested and based on research. By analyzing my dashboards and following my strategies, you can see hundreds of people at your blog or website inside of a day.

How to Get 509 Page Views to Your Blog

What did I do that resulted in my getting 509 page views to my blog in one day? Let’s look.

#Bloggers can get 509 page views to their blog in 1 day

  • By looking at the screenshot, you see almost half my traffic that day came from my post How to Quickly Get 2,000 Blog Subscribers for Free. Research says to put numbers in a headline, so that’s what I strive to do. The headline has a number– 2,000.
  • In order to get traffic to old posts, you should include backlinks to your older articles in your new posts. Although this is mostly common knowledge, what’s important is where you put those backlinks. I linked back to a popular post, How to Quickly Get 3,000 New Blog Followers, at the beginning of the article. Research says if readers click your backlinks, they are more likely to click if the links are at the beginning of the article. After all, they may not make it to the end! This backlink received 26 page views that day, a significant share of the 509. According to CoSchedule’s Nathan Ellering, this analysis of your best performing content will boost results.

How to Get 558 Page Views to Your Blog

Let’s analyze what resulted in my seeing 558 page views in 1 day on my blog.

#Bloggers can get 558 page views to their blog in 1 day


Almost half the traffic that day came from my post 14 Secret Blogging Tips That Will Blog Your Mind.

  • I put a number in the headline. Are you seeing a pattern here? I hope so.
  • I have the word “Secret” in my headline. People love secrets.
  • Look at my referral traffic. I received 40 hits from Facebook. I consistently promote my blog posts in Facebook groups. also recommends promoting to Facebook groups.
  • I received 32 page views from Flipboard. Although Flipboard has 50 million users, many bloggers express to me they don’t know how to use Flipboard. My article How to Get Swarms of Free Blog Traffic With Flipboard explains how to use Flipboard for blog promotion.

How to Get 619 Page Views to Your Blog

Are you ready for some more analysis now that we’re in the 600’s? How can you get an additional hundred page views to your blog or website? Let’s see how to do it.

#Bloggers can get 619 page views to their blog in 1 day #blogging #bloggingtips

This screenshot shows my referral traffic the day I received over 600 page views.

Let’s analyze what I did:

  • My search engine traffic added a generous chunk to my page views that day. Since I have been following my own secret tip for increasing search engine traffic, my organic traffic coming over from search engines has increased.
  • Once again Flipboard provided a hefty share of my page view pie.

#Bloggers can get 619 page views to their blog in just 1 day #blogging

This screenshot shows a breakdown of my page views the day I received the 619 page views.

What did I do that resulted in a high page view day for me?

Are You Wasting Your Time Promoting At Social Media Sites? provided more than 1/3 of the traffic that day. I realize there isn’t a number in the headline. However, I made other noteworthy choices.

  • My headline was a question, and questions engage your readers.
  • My headline was negative. Negative headlines invoke emotion in your readers. No one wants to waste their time. Therefore, I had a clickable headline. I highly recommend CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer for help with analyzing headlines.
  • My post about 19 Free Google Tools provided just under 1/3 of the 619 page views. Do you want to know why or have you already guessed? There is a number in my headline. However, there isn’t just any number– there is an odd number. Research says odd numbers will catch readers’ eyes more than even numbers. 19 is an odd number.
  • I received 16 page views to a linky party that had been published several days before. Bloggers love linky parties. My post How to See Your Traffic Explode: Have a Linky Party explains how you can also throw linky parties. I host two a week because they are so popular among bloggers.

How to Get 621 Page Views to Your Blog

For the fourth and final time, let’s analyze my dashboard to see why I received 621 page views to my blog.

how to get high page views blogging


Consider these comments from a reader.  I believe they have relevance to the patterns I indicated which contributed to the high page views I received:

I agree that a good work still has to be promoted well. Sometimes, blog promotion looks similar to promoting yourself among employers by means of a resume. There is an important thing that we have to take into consideration while promoting our blog or ourselves. This is that our blog promotion, the same as our resume, gets just a tiny part of the human time. As this article says, your promotion will get 6 human seconds. I mean that if you make it through the screening to human eyes, those eyes will “size you up” within 6 seconds, and the person behind those eyes will make a decision whether to move on or to read your promotion. So it’s probably important to work on your promotion appearance first.

Why did I find his comments relevant to this article? Most of my success came from my headlines. My reader explained the importance of making a quick first impression that is favorable on your reader. He explained you only have six seconds to impress them.

What do readers see first? Your headline. Give them a headline they will want to click on, and you are already way ahead of the game before they’ve even read a word.

Nikhil Makwana of explains crafting a sensational headline is crucial for blogging success. maintains a strong headline is more important than the actual post.

(Note: I do offer a headline writing clinic and a traffic-generation service if you would like more information about these strategies.)

I hope you noticed commonalities in the analysis. The point wasn’t to be repetitious, but to show you successful patterns.

By making simple choices, like putting a number in my headline, I experienced blogging success which I equate with high page views.

Statistics are relative. I realize there are people who get thousands of hits daily. My post How To Make 1,406 People Look At Your Site in 1 Day explains the combination of factors you can take to lead to that outcome.

According to Backlinko‘s Brian Dean, most traffic strategies fail. However, the strategies shared in this post work for me. By following them, they can work for you too.

Readers, please share this post so other bloggers know how easy it is to get hundreds of people to visit their blogs in just one day.

What are your favorite tips for increasing traffic? Which techniques have been the most effective for you? I look forward to your views in the comment section.

Related Posts:

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19 Easy Ways to Dramatically Improve Blog Traffic

How to Write Powerful Headlines [Ultimate Guide]

5 Ways to Write a Headline That Will Increase Traffic the Best

How To Write Headlines Guaranteed to Bring a Wealth of Traffic

13 Foolproof Ways You Can Stop Writing Ineffective Blog Headlines

How to Easily Increase Your Page Views with an Email List





  1. Suzie

    Thank you for the valuable post. I took notes! I also subscribed! Visiting from Twitter today !

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Suzie,
      Thank you for clicking on my link over at Twitter. I appreciate you subscribing, but I never got a notification. Since you expressed interest, I signed you up for the blog and invited you to pin to our blog’s Community Pinterest board. Welcome!

  2. John Doe

    Great post. Anyone who desires high page views should print this post, put it on the wall, and read it after they have written their blog and are going to promote it. Knowing where your traffic is coming from is paramount.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi John,
      Thanks for the high praise. I agree you need to know where your traffic comes from to replicate the success there.

  3. Joseph

    I’ve noticed that websites that offer tips on how to get traffic or earn money online tend to use sensational headlines to attract visitors. I don’t think these tips will work as well on a NEWS website. The New York Times, LA Times, CBS News online and the Huffington Post use headlines that are straightforward. I use the aforementioned websites as a model when preparing headlines for my website.

    Still, this was a good read.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Joseph,
      Thank you for your perspective. I will have to pay more attention to those headlines when I read them.
      In my opinion, “sensational” headlines imply the content doesn’t match the promise of the headline. I believe my content does match the promise (note Case Study #4 told how to get 621 page views which my headline promised). I would also advise other writers to make sure the headline matches the content or you will lose credibility with your readers. Thanks for writing me on Saturday.

  4. Julie Syl Pit Stop Crew

    The headline is a sure fir attention and eye grabbing one. It will attract lots more of those views! Well done on that!

    Plus you did share the goodies on which posts do attract the views. Again kudos there. Use of Numbers, And trigger words does help too! Great post Janice!

    • Janice Wald

      Thanks Julie. I’m glad you agreed with the tips in the post. The article received so many page views on Saturday, I have another post in the works about this post! Thanks for writing.

  5. Jaye Shields

    At first I was afraid this title was going to be click bait but you included so many great links and info. Thanks for sharing. Pinned!

    • Janice Wald

      Your comments mean a great deal to me. Credibility is important in blogging. Thanks for letting me know you appreciate the case study approach I took.

  6. pictionary online

    My family actually like your subject. Reading it is mesmerizing.

    • Janice Wald

      So happy to hear Pictionary! I have posts like this regularly. Thank you for writing to tell me.

  7. Amit

    Thats a nice helpful post. Can you tell me which plugin you are using to check this pageview stats.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Barrie,
      Thank you for the compliments on my post about how to get 621 page views a day. I have a post about how to get over 800 page views in 1 day coming out this November.
      You wrote you could use all the help you could get. I help bloggers at my site. If you could take a moment to sign up, I would be happy to help with whatever concerns you may have.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Mainy,
      Thank you for commenting on my post about how to get 621 page views in one day. Glad you found the tips useful. Nice to see you again.

  8. Kristie

    Awesome tips! I will definitely pay more attention to my headlines and be more aware of where my traffic is coming from. Thanks! (Here via SITS link up!)

  9. Victoria

    Great ideas! I will have to figure out how to incorporate these tactics into my headlines, which are primarily craft and DIY-focused. Visiting from Saturday Sharefest.

  10. Kathleen - Bloggers Lifestyle

    Thanks for the effort you go to bringing us helpful and informative posts.

    Bloggers Pit Stop

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Agent 54,
      Being funny works for you. People love funny blogs.
      Thanks for sharing what works for you.

  11. Sara

    Janice, I enjoy case studies that are reproducible. I found your blog earlier this year because of the Blogger’s Pitstop Linky. There are many great bloggers who participate and I enjoy the time I set aside to read your blogs.

    Do you think your posts did well because of the topic (and the use of a number)? The topics you write about in your top posts are highly sought after. Also, was all the traffic organic in other words, did you pay for traffic during that time?

    The best traffic to my blog has always been through sharing with other bloggers (groups and social media). When I participate in guest blogging it is another great traffic source. I still receive traffic from those posts and integrate them into my autoresponder and share them on social media.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Sara,
      I appreciate you writing me. Thank you for your kind words about the Blogger’s Pit Stop and my articles.
      In answer to your questions, yes, I think my post did well because of the topic. Yes, according to research my post did well because there was a number, and an odd number, in the headline.
      I did not pay for any traffic at all.
      I agree that guest blogging, for the right blog, is a great idea. I have guest posted for the wrong blogs, and it was a big waste of time. It is a good idea to share your guest posts repeatedly on social media. I will give that a try. Thanks for sharing what works for you.

  12. Cathy Lawdanski

    Great suggestions, Janice. I also went to your article about Flipboard. I have been looking for a post on how to use it.

    • Janice Wald

      I know Roberta. I shall look forward to your return visit. Thank you for the compliments on my blog.

  13. Sara

    Hi, Janice. Just stopping by to let you know I followed a few of your tips for my latest blog post. (number and headline) The headline analyzer can be a time sucker for me. I want it to turn green and give me an A+. ^_^

    I’ll stop in again next week to let you know how I did with page views.

    • Janice Wald

      I am writing a similar post in November. If these tips increase your page views, let me know, and I can link to you as a testimonial. Thanks Sara!

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