Two Ways to Increase Traffic to Your Blog Page

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So you’ve launched your website or blog. Great!

Now it’s time to learn how to get traffic to your website. Don’t think about conversion right now. First, you need a good amount of traffic.

Wondering how to do that?

In this post, you’ll discover two actionable strategies that will help you to increase traffic to your website.

Let’s dive right in…

Wondering what types of content work best?

Recently Buzzsumo analyzed ONE million articles and found that long-form content (above 2000 words) gets the most shares and backlinks.

What can we learn from this study?

Go for long-form and in-depth content that provides helpful information. Don’t fall into the trap of generic 500 words posts. Instead, make your content stand out from the crowd.

Publish an interesting 3000 words article that helps your audience. And your readers are more likely to share it in their network. Google will also rank it high in their organic reach because people stick to your page.

You created in-depth content and published it on your website. Now what?

Will you just sit back and relax? No!

It’s time to promote your content. And blogger outreach can be your mate.


Just find the bloggers that share the content on your topic.

And send them a short email (but don’t sound pushy).

Something like this:

Hey [Name],

I noticed that you published a content marketing post last week: [Post Link]

I just published a case study on the same topic. Would you love to read it?

Give a heads up, and I’ll send it to you.


When you get an affirmative response. Send a link to your content and ask them to share it.

That’s it!



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Pawan Kumar

Writer. Inbound Marketer. An Ambivert. Featured on Entrepreneur, Jeff Bullas, Addicted 2 Success, & HuffPost. My Blog: