Three Effective Ways to Drive Free Viral Traffic to Your Blog
Did you know that there are over a billion users on Facebook and another several hundred million on Twitter and Google+ each? In addition to those mind goggling numbers, you also have 200,000 new web sites and blogs being created every day.
When you see these numbers you will probably be thinking two things…
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- How can I compete with such massive competition?
- How can I take advantage of all these people and site?
Hopefully most of you are thinking about how you can take advantage of the situation at hand.
Fortunately one of the best ways to do this is through your own blog.
By creating amazing content that people want to share and link to, you can establish yourself as an authority blogger and stand out from the crowd.
Below we are going to show you three live examples of what we are currently doing get free and viral exposure across some of the most popular blogs on the internet, and how you can implement these methods and see the same results.
Everyone loves infographics and there is no wonder why. Seeing visual break downs of information is so much easier to read and understand than seeing it all written up in text with various numbers and key points.
Another reason why infographics are great is that people love to share them and it’s so easy to supply other web sites with a copy/paste code to place them on their site or even just having social sharing buttons on your pages.
Blogging.org recently launched an infographic that features 25 of the top free hosting companies online today. Not only did the infographic include a ranking of the top hosting companies, out there but it also provided some great stats on the hosting economy today and how many new domains and web sites go live every day.
In addition to creating a quality infographic that people come to the site to reach, we also found that many of the hosting companies that were featured on the list also took the time to blog or spread the infographic through their social networks.
One of the best ways to teach people how to do something online is by walking them step by step through the process with a full case study.
This is exactly what is being done in the “Create a Blog” case study on BloggingTips.com.
From the absolute basics of finding a niche, picking a domain name and installing wordpress… to the more complex areas of growth and monetization, the whole process will be outlined and detailed for everyone to follow.
The results from the case study are beneficial for both the site owner and the people following the case study. The site owner will end up with a ton of content that provides real value and gain incoming links from anyone writing about it, while the readers of the blog get full blog training at no cost.
Lastly, one of the best ways to get the attention and links back from some of the top bloggers and names in your industry is to gain their attention.
This is what was done with a case study on this blog, while profiled some of the famous bloggers and how they are using their Facebook timeline images to improve their overall branding and exposure through social networks.
By creating posts that list and focus on some of the most well known people within your niche, you are not only opening up yourself to each of their audiences and people who want to read more about them, but also the famous bloggers themselves.
It’s not a big deal for a top blogger to simply click “like” or “tweet” your url, but it can make a huge difference for the growth and success of your blog.
Putting Each of these Ideas into Action
The good news is, no matter what niche you are blogging in, you can always put infographics, case studies and social targeting to full use.
Before creating your next blog post, think about how you can implement some of these ideas into your blog marketing and content strategies.
It’s actually much easier and more effective than you think!
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