How To Promote Your Blog

There’s no point in creating a beautiful website with amazing content if no-one is reading it. Sitting around, just waiting for people to show up out of nowhere could waste years of your life.

So, to make sure that people are reading all the incredible advice you’re creating, here are 4 things you can do to draw people to your site.

 

#1 Guest Blogging

This is by far and away the easiest way to get your name, your website, and your content onto the internet and get more people flooding to your site. Guest Blogging is where you write an article for another website that’s already getting traffic and place strategic links inside the text so that if people want to know more, they can just click through.

You can read a full guide on it here: How To Find Guest Blogging Opportunities

 

#2 Blog Commenting

Blog commenting is where you go to another site in your niche and leave a comment on an article they’ve written. There are some do’s and don’t's that you need to be aware of when doing this and you can read all about them here:

Blog commenting for beginners: (coming soon)

 

#3 Social Media

Social media use has exploded in the last 5 years and so has it’s power to help get people visiting your site and reading your articles. With so many different social media sites, it can be hard to know what to do and where to go. So, being the rad dude I am, I’m simplified it all down for you.

Check out my social media guide here: How To Become A Social Media Celebrity

 

#4 Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

This is technical term for getting your website to rank higher in the results when people search for information in the search engines (such as Google). And with 55% of people visiting the first website to appear and less then 10% of people making it to the second page, this stuff matters.

There’s a HUGE amount you can learn about so I’ve compiled a list of 10 basics that will give you a HUGE head start.

Learn SEO basics: SEO Basics for Beginners

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