“Readers don’t just turn to online news for information anymore. Instead, they opt for popular bloggers who share a twist of both entertainment and facts.”
Blogs have transformed into a crucial part of digital marketing. Readers don’t just turn to online news for information anymore. Instead, they opt for high-traffic platforms and well-known bloggers who share a twist of both entertainment and facts. Blogging differs from articles as their structure is meant as easy reads. Likewise, writers prefer colloquialism for the purpose of sparking a connection with their subscribers. Still, the art of blogging doesn’t stop at informal literature as it extends to strategy, persistence, and fresh ideas. The following are effective ways to double your blog traffic in one month:
1. Generalization is Old School
Long-form content is king especially when the writer is providing details. With a culture rich in information, readers turn to reliable blogs. They don’t just opt for ideas or suggestions– only specific examples are welcome. Professional bloggers understand the severity of producing poor content by generalization. Instead, they serve as a useful medium by constructing content rich in details.
As an example, if your topic is about doubling the likes on Instagram, you want to provide good examples on how to execute such as task. The following are “do’s and don’ts”.
2. Create Long-form Content
Helpful bloggers don’t stop at 300 words when they understand that in able actually to convey the message; it takes 1,000+ words. Some individuals stop at 200 words and presume that their content is good. Subscribers don’t settle for good; they want INCREDIBLE. While longer posts take more time and effort to generate, one or twos post per week is sufficient enough to boost traffic.
3. Include Shareable Icons
Alongside long-form content, shareable blogs are imperative to double traffic. Implement ‘share icons’ at the bottom of every post for easy access, This is with a strong emphasis since good content becomes futile when users can’t share them. In addition to shareable content, include an alt text to images. Why? Pre-written descriptions make it simple for users to share content.
4. Highlight Strong Posts
Feature posts that gain the most traffic by placing them on easy-to-spot locations. Top or sidebars serve as hot spots for highlighting posts. When users visit new sites, every second count. By featuring solid content, the chances of visitors browsing through the website is probable. Additionally, featured content is more likely to be viewed than posts that didn’t do so well. What’s good about it? It keeps your audience staying in your web page longer.
5. Avoid Uninspiring Titles
Many bloggers neglect the importance of titles as they gloss over it without much thought. There’s more to blogging than just writing. Aim for catchy titles that guarantee satisfaction. Let’s take this post as an example. It’s entitled, How to Double Your Blog Traffic in One Month. Such a headline served as a persuasion method to enable the reader. ‘If you read this blog, you’ll double your traffic’ is implied. Thus, use trigger words such as when, how, what and why. Try headline formulas like this: Trigger word + Adjective + Concept + Guarantee.
Try headline formulas like this: Trigger word + Adjective + Concept + Guarantee.
6. Visual Creativity Never Fails
Besides words, readers take an interest in the visual information. Don’t be afraid to put extra effort in creating charts, infographics, photos, and other forms of content that help people understand the post. With visual creativity, blog posts are likely shared by peers compared to traditional articles. The following is one example we created from last week that helped our readers better understand our blog post from last week.
7. Don’t Forget Structure
Notice how this blog post include multiple headings? It is not by accident; rather it’s to express structure. Readers like “scannable” posts instead of reading an entry from top to bottom. Additionally, it allows people to skip directly to their preferred section. From the image below, which blog would you rather read, Blog #1 or Blog #2?
We agree Blog #2 is better and easier to read!