Sounds cool, adding 500 visitors a day to your blog – especially if you can do just that for free! The question is, can you actually do that and before I spurt out, “hell yeah,” understand that anything I propose is a direct result of my own blogging efforts and that I have surpassed the 500 visitor a day mark a few moons ago!
So to answer the question is adding 500 visitors a day to your blog possible, the answer is, you guessed it, Hell Yeah! Perhaps a better question is can anyone do it and that answer would have to be…hell no.
What? Not everyone can do it? Why not?
OK, before you grab the torches and pitchforks you need to gain perspective here and realize where I am coming from with this.
There are many people that for one reason or another truly believe that they can build a website, put some crap on it and viola! have a productive and income generating blog with tons of visitors.
Can anyone say bullsh*t?
Adding 500 visitors a day to your blog using free techniques requires work, not a ton of work, but work none the less. You are going to have to write and if you don’t like writing, well I guess go find something else to do, this post is going to focus on what has worked for me and what I like, which happens to be article and video marketing.
Here’s the deal. Ever since the Internet has been around people have been marketing their products, services or opportunities by generating content, namely through articles.
Article marketing is still an awesome vehicle for the average, “who the hell are you” newbie to get some traction online. Articles have historically been one of the few vehicles that has always generated traffic to a site and has also been a huge factor in the search engines ranking factors and articles is one of the easiest methods for adding 500 visitors a day to your blog.
Isn’t Article Marketing Dead?
Do not believe everything you hear, article marketing is still alive and well and those marketers that have been around for quite some time and are still going to be around for quite some time are still cranking out those articles.
Yes, in a post penguin world we are more careful about where we put those articles and how we link back to our blogs, but writing articles is still at the top of the marketer’s “to do” list.
Adding 500 Visitors a Day to Your Blog By Producing Awesome Videos
If you are not creating videos then you are a bit behind in the times. If you are serious about adding 500 visitors to your blog (or more) then you are going to have to start creating video after video after video.
More than ever videos are hot and because people get hit over the head every microsecond that they are online videos are still a fantastic way to get folks attention.
Videos also seem to rank faster and higher than just about any other form of media out there. I can produce a video today and within an hour or so it will be ranking well within YouTube and on Google in a very short period as well.
Videos Are Personal and Help You Develop a Relationship With An Audience
One thing that I really like about videos is that you can show the world – or anyone willing to watch one of your videos – that you are just an everyday, ordinary citizen. You don’t have to have this huge production with props and sets. Sit in front of your laptop and start talking.
People like someone that they can relate to and video does it better than just about anything else and adding 500 visitors a day to your blog is much easier with video than without it – it’s also a quick way to post content to your blog!
Adding 500 Visitors a Day to Your Blog for Free Within a Short Period of Time is NOT Difficult
I’m not going to tell you that adding 500 visitors a day to your blog is easy, but it’s not difficult. I’ve talked about different forms of media now I am going to talk about a specific plan of action to get there…with both articles and video.
Now this is going to require dedication, discipline and “want to.” If you are going to achieve the 500 visitors to your blog site then you are going to have to commit to a proven formula, so here it comes…the 90 day formula that works every time it is tried.
Using the Google keyword tool (free) or another tool (Jaaxy, Market Samurai, etc.) you need to find 90 long-tail key phrases that you will be able to write about or create a video about.
You need to write an article every day for 90 days. You can submit this article to ezinearticles.com or articlesnatch.com. You may also re-write each article a bit and post it to your blog and a third copy you will submit to multiple article directories. Just make sure that ezinearticles and articlesnatch get unique articles that are not posted anywhere else.
At first this will take you a few hours, but as you become more proficient it will take about an hour to an hour and a half.
Make sure you link from the article directories back to your blog.
The second part to adding 500 visitors per day to your blog is through the video producing that I talked about earlier.
Yep, make a video everyday as well. This should be about a 5 min video or LESS and you upload it right away to YouTube. Don’t try to rehearse, just be yourself, turn on the camera and talk.
Upload the video to YouTube, DailyMotion and Vimeo at the bare minimum. Also make sure you put links back to your articles or blog posts in the description.
Promote links to your blog post, articles and videos on your social media accounts (hope you are “friend-ing” people!). Stay with the main sites like g+, facebook and twitter. Post in groups on facebook as well.
You may also want to post on forums that are within your niche also.
Think you have what it takes to generate 500+ visitors a day to your site? Then go for it. As I said above adding 500 visitors a day to your blog is not difficult, but it does require work – hard work – yet the benefits will be huge when you start that flow of traffic. Make sure that you are creating good content and not a bunch of crap. People will come back when there is some value associated to your marketing prowess!
Have fun and start adding 500 visitors a day to your blog starting now!
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