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Oct 26, 2008

Your Blog's Traffic Formula

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3 things you should use with blogging we talked about a magical traffic formula for your blog traffic. There are things you need to do to your main blog site to get constant traffic but with each entry you write, you should do a few things to bring in extra traffic.

Today we’ll give you a few tips on coming up with your own formula to use each time you post a new entry. You may choose to use some of the tools listed below or you may have some of your own but developing a routine (or several alternating routines) can help you get traffic each and every time you post a new blog entry. These methods will improve your site’s SEO as well!

What’s the formula for getting traffic?

You have to do some blog SEO! While pinging services and search engine spiders will help you get some hits, you also have to devise your own traffic formula to get word out that your blog has got something new that people might be interested in. It can make the difference between a few hits and a lot of traffic with actual subscribers

After each awesome blog entry you write, encourage further traffic by doing a few quick things.

Here are some things you could do:

  • Go to and update your status
  • Sign up for a service like which will update multiple social services
  • Give yourself a thumbs up on StumbleUpon
  • Visit your friends at and tell them you’ve updated your blog
  • Update your MySpace, StumbleUpon, Tumblr and Live Journal blogs and update those
  • Use the bookmarklet Onlywire which updates several services for you
  • Digg your post
  • Submit your post to Yahoo Buzz
  • If the entry is really a good one, you can get a lot of mileage out of it and write an article, Squidoo lens or Hubpage (or all three!) with resource box links to your new blog entry.

If you use Firefox and want to save some time, you could create sets of tabs with these sites home pages loaded so that you can simply write a blog and then open up a new set of tabs to perform the actions quickly and easily.

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