When I published my very first article, to my very first blog, it was an extremely exciting time!
I had visions of my content reaching millions of viewers – money was surely on the horizon…
But my hastily set up analytics account indicated that not more than 3 people had seen my article…in over a week!
Okay, so back to my internet marketing training – I had obviously jumped the gun with it and I needed to complete a few more lessons.
So, I got to the point where I had 10 quality articles on my site – long and full of great research – surely now the traffic would start to trickle in?
Well it did – it doubled…which means I was now getting about 6 people to my site every week…
Sh#t! This blogging gig is going to be HARD work!
I was right.
You see, traffic is the lifeblood of every single website – traffic actually acts as a sort of online currency.
So you can’t really put all your eggs in one basket – sometimes you need more than SEO knowledge.
In this article we will be taking a look at how to boost your website traffic WITHOUT Using SEO – a few options you may not have thought about before!
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Ways to Increase Your Website Traffic Without SEO
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How to Boost Your Website Traffic
At the end of the day, you can study SEO until your back teeth fall out…but you still might fail when it comes to attracting the website traffic you want.
So am I saying that SEO is a waste of time?
NO, NO, NO – it’s just good to have a couple of different weapons in your arsenal.
I’ve been working online for a decade now (I started some time in 2007 – I can’t remember the date!) and success was earned through trial and error.
Sure, I run a handful of successful websites NOW…but I failed a lot more than I succeeded early on!
That’s right – I’ve had to pull the plug on several websites in the past, and it was heartbreaking.
Hopefully this article will have given you a few new ideas when it comes to bringing in traffic to your blog – what do you think?
Do you feel that SEO is giving you the traffic you need to succeed?
Have you tried out any of the options that the infographic covers?
Please leave your thoughts and opinions on the subject in the comment section below.