What’s in a blog – Social Traffic

Get Social Traffic

Share all of your content on social media. It is very easy to do in just about every blogging platform out there. For WordPress.com it is called publicize. Just link you social media sites and the platform does the rest. This puts your content on places where you are more than likely sharing other peoples content.

You are sharing other peoples content, right?

When you share my content to your group of followers I will have no problem sharing your content to my followers. If you are not sharing content you read and enjoy with your followers, you need to start doing so, now.

There is so much power in sharing.

When you share and like content other people will do the same thereby giving you more traffic and comments. All this action boosts your search engine rankings. All of this social activity makes your blog look like an authority. Being an authority is key to ranking well in search, and that helps you get more organic search traffic, or free traffic.

Here’s a little tip: Next time you post (and really every time), you should also share with all your friends and followers to kick start this process.

This is part 4 of a 10 part series on blogging.

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