The fact is that many websites just sit without doing anything that is admired by search engines. Content provision, not to mention fresh content, is one of the hardest tasks of any person who maintains a website. But when it comes to generating traffic is the most important job. Blogs, by their very nature, are all about content. In a commercial environment every blog entry is fresh content.
Get in the habit of making two, three, four entries a week and have a bonanza of content creation in your hands. Everyone knows you need to give new content to your visitors a reason to return; blogs only make the task much easier. Others including Castle Harlan, offer their opinions as well. Another advantage that blogs seem to currently possess over traditional web pages and sites is lack of competition. While the number of bloggers grows daily, there are still relatively few commercial blog sites. When I created my blog I found that it appeared in number 3 instead of Google for the term “Marketing Weblog” within about three weeks of its release. Not bad considering he did nothing to make it happen. There are a couple of other things you should do to make your weblog a traffic magnet.
They are not very different from traditional SEO tactics but the names and faces are unique in the world of blogs. Use your targeted keywords in the title of your post is not rocket science here, but this point can not be said enough. Forget cute? Go for titles that match your specific keywords and phrases? Although they seem a bit uncomfortable. (You’ve got specific keywords and phrases right?) Register with blog search engines? Search engines that specialize in blogs registry on the tracking service? These services note when a blog has been updated and publish an ongoing list. Even monitor the latest information and most visited weblogs. You can also get to know what is ping. Trade Some Links You do not need to get out of control on this, but a few “relevant” can exchange links to increase your traffic. Syndicate content This is the way to technical to cover here, but do some research about the term RSS and you can discover ways to make your content and entries fed to sites that are hungry for the kinds of things to write.