Written by:2011/03/02 08:48 AM
Traffic is so important to blogs. In actual fact traffic is the lifeblood of the blog. Without it, the blog dies. But what is free traffic? Is there such a thing. If there is. how can you and I take advantage of it.
Well it's not just link that you can buy. You can actually buy traffic. That is pay someone directly or indirectly to visit your site. There are a lot of so called traffic generation sites out there. But they do not produce natural organic traffic. The end result is that all you get is spam and a lot of wasted money.
What is natural organic traffic? Well it is almost self explanatory. It is traffic that reaches your site via natural means. Natural,meaning via search engines, or links, or direct browsing.
It's a free web traffic that can be achieved by way of naturally promoting your website. It is web traffic that has been solicited without paying for it. Whether that be via paid ads or other forms of paid traffic.
Natural organic traffic is the one that really counts. It is what eventually builds your readership and community. Because as a result of people coming to your blog via natural traffic, they will most likely return.
Natural traffic therefore creates loyal returning readers.
Here are some tips to get organic traffic the right way
I’m sure there are more tips out there. This is just a start. Perhaps you have some more ideas of your own. Why not share them with us. Please.
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