how to get hits on blog

Getting hits on your blog is not easy, but if you get it right, it is very satisfying and rewarding to see people visiting their own blog regularly. Here are some tips for getting those hits and I'm getting things that have no reason not to be one of the best bloggers around.


1. Blog Topic

The topic of your blog is really important. When you want a lot of hits, you need to consider where you are going to find readers. If you are writing about cracks in your walls, then you need to know where to find those who like to read about it! Otherwise you are doom.


2. Search Engine Friendship

You should flirt with Google like a good looking woman in dance.


While we hope for a regular reader, your blog is being found on authority sites, where many of your readers will come from. Google is the Internet, you need to accept it. It is the dream of every political blogger to top the list when someone types in "politics blog" at Google. If someone types in "random political blog from some unknown wannabe in the north east of England", I want my blog to be revealed. If someone is searching for what you write about him then it is a good idea for you to visit his site. Clever moves are important to boost your search engine rankings, but you must play the tune or suffer your blog hits. Rightly or wrongly Google now has the level of influence where sites have to meet their needs.


To do this you write your keywords in the post, no more than 2% words. My blog keywords are things like "Labor, Politics, Political Blog" etc. The following phrase would be a bad example.It is preferable that the words be twisted slightly and targeted more. Hence ... 'This post is designed to ask anyone the question, "How do I get hits on my blog?' Search engines match the exact phrase with the search term and place you higher in the ranking Deliver and when people see the post match to see what they are watching, they read your post, magic!


Note that Google is constantly changing its algorithm which is important for their index of search engine ranking placements. By all accounts, and their own admissions, they use a very complex combination of factors to find relevance in the pages.


My flawed attempt to simplify the Google algorithm would be that basically the more hits you get, the more relevant your pages are and the more back links you have to Google that your page will believe the keywords you are using Is an authority. Google then seems to offer the page as a response to everything you match. This assumes that your page is better at resolving the finder's need. Then you get more hits.


If you do nothing else but leave the main keywords in the headlines of your post, which are extremely important, and in the main text of your page then you are halfway there. Don't know which big companies appoint search engine consultants to do this kind of work so that you can perform your best here.


3. Communicate with other bloggers

This is my first rant. I have found that I am not easily hooked on entire political bloggers. I chose a selection of links that you can find on the right that I actually read instead of reading random links all over the place. In the political field I have read a lot of blogs which have a lot of links. A link in your blog is good but usually lost in volume. But it is still a good idea to contact all blogs and ask for links. I should mention that some of the blogs I contacted were excellent and connected directly to me. about 20%. So, like sales, it is a numbers game.


After actively updating your blog for 10weeks or later, you should canvas for the link. Hopefully incoming bloggers, who no doubt will have an inflated sense of ego because they are "established", want to see a proper blog before you link. To be fair to established blogs a lot of blogs come and go. You need to show that you are sticking around for the long haul. Should they decide that they will return to your blog, they will most likely place a link for you on your blog. Some bloggers will also make a small mention of your blog in their posts, which encourage viewers to click. You should thank them by writing a short post on your blog. If this happens, it can strengthen the intangible relationship and make the linking friend more positive towards you.



I have found a general differentiation among people when discussing links. Some are very protective over their status when linking to someone else when it doesn't really matter on their blog. I start by linking to everyone but over time I remove links that either ignore my email, or simply have an industry set of links on their site. New bloggers should be encouraged and a link should cost nothing. Oh, and never pay for a link unless you have a business reason to do so.


A simple email should suffice for the link with your display name and URL. Providing reciprocal links will not help you get started. Most blogs you want to share are far more established and they know that their links are far more valuable to you on the contrary.


If you do not get a satisfactory answer, you can always remove the link at a later date. If your blog goes nuclear and becomes one of the "in" blogs to read in your niche, the links will appear everywhere anyway, so don't worry if bloggers are cool to begin with. When you demand to be regularly established by new bloggers, you may be a little reluctant.


4. Blog Directories

 There are tons of blog directories that you can add to your site and it is a good idea to do so. I am unsure how effective they are, but you can definitely make your link worse than there because the search engines notice the link to you. I always worry that everyone adds their link and others search the directory site, but many people will just link their link and run, among other things. If you post your link, using brute force approach helps.


You can get a lot of new readers from something like this and often the thing that sends your blog 100 - 500 times a day is ringing one from an award site or authority's major blog. If it was really easy, there would be a ton of visitors to every blog and they would not, but as I would say many times, over time you will get noticed.


5. Write interesting posts

Sorry, but you should take care to make good and interesting posts that engage the reader. I like the combination of short quick posts for more thoughtful posting. In terms of regularity, I think one post every day should be enough, or one every three days. If you post even once a week, the readers will have no objection even after reading the quality well, although daily readers expect daily updates and then blogging once a week from the blog The quality declines.


Set a post frequency from day one that you can legitimately write (be realistic) and then stick to it. Readers visit your blog because they want to see what you're writing, don't give them a reason not to think again. Many blogs start with a bang, then with nothing happening, it impresses readers. If you want their regular hits then you should do your job.


The date of your previous post will suffice and it highlights a new visitor that in all likelihood you will not be back for a while. Many blogs fall by the wayside, a classic sign of this happening is posts starting with excuses. A blog should be something that you enjoy doing, if it becomes a work then the point of doing it is lost. If you feel that you cannot write as much as you would like, then do not ask for contributions from someone you know who can make your blog great. Some of the best blogs in the world have more than one author and three authors writing in a week will mean regular updates.


6. Perseverance

Every little thing helps. If it is good enough for Tesco who earn millions everyday then it is good enough for me!


Over time your blog becomes an authority because your readers learn to believe that you want to move around for the long haul. It makes you look more professional. Having a well-established blog over time lends itself well to search engines that appreciate you. As time goes by and more and more of your posts get indexed and you will find that other bloggers, directories and other links happily find their place in the search engines. This helps to establish your blog as a site that has been around for some time. It can take up to six months to be fully indexed by a search engine and climb the ladder within your keywords so patience can be a big part of blog success. 

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