We all know that it is very difficult to get visitors to our blog. Many of us are good writers, but what’s the use of a good work if no one sees it? The amazing thing is that no matter how good your content is, there is a 99% chance that no one will read it unless you promote it. Many of us are small bloggers and they don’t have the money for paid advertising, but did you know that you can still legally drive traffic to your website?
Regardless of the market segment you specify, there are some top rich brands paying thousands of dollars in social media advertising, search engine marketing, and display advertising. These popular websites have conducted many paid activities with LinkedIn on Facebook. Their ads are displayed on the search results pages of Google search engines. If you are all targeting the same keywords, are there ways to compete with these people? Absolutely not! So what shall we do?
Are you considering social media sharing? Do you think about Facebook? Don’t you see a place on Facebook where organic influence disappears? Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) is waiting for your payment in his room so he can show your content to the target audience. There is no more free traffic there unless you cost hundreds of dollars more. However, there are many other social media platforms that can be used well and still convert a lot of traffic.
You can access the blog for free in the following other ways:
1. Take advantage of opportunities on StumbleUpon, Medium, Pinterest, Bloglovin and Reddit: have you registered on these platforms? Facebook’s organic traffic is dead. Twitter is now saturated. But these aforementioned platforms are still bombs. On these sites, you can use blogs or website links or permanent blog post links to repost their blog content on them after posting as a signature. The mechanisms of these platforms can show your content to thousands of people. On Reddit, you should pay attention to the host’s rules and regulations before posting. By keeping the link in the posts published on these platforms, you have the opportunity to convert readers who may want to include more works as regular visitors.
2. Have you tried social bookmarking sites? Have you heard of social bookmarking sites such as Viral Content Buzz (now Viral Content Bee-VCB) and JustRetweet? In these places you can post the title and link of the blog post and provide some introduction, and through the point acquisition method several other users of the same platform can also share your content on their personal social media platforms. This means you can upgrade to other writers and blog readers for free. What could be better than that? JustRetweet currently only allows digital marketing / blogging tips / SEO and other related fields, but on VCB, there are many categories that can meet the needs of health and self-care tips, safety tips, Celeb Showbiz gossip, entertainment news, world news, etc., and Lake. As the name suggests, in a few hours your blog post could be the next viral content.
3. Why not just focus on low search volume keywords or long tail keywords for SEO? We all know that keywords like SEO or Health are so competitive that only those with a lot of marketing money can get the top rank. An example of a long-tail keyword for SEO could be “The Benefits of SEO for SMBs”. These long keywords represent content of interest to search engine users. These long-tail keywords can take the form of queries that resemble the intent of search engine users. Likewise, in keyword research, you don’t have to settle for highly competitive keywords with high search volume. Some keywords have low search volume and little or no competition. If you can develop the habit of writing with low search volume keywords every day, for example, you have 500 articles and 500 keywords, and these articles only accept 200 searches per month, then you will get first place. As we all know, the first place in the SERP gets about 50% of the traffic, which means there are 100 page views for each keyword. Multiply this by your 500 different keywords and you can get over 5,000 page views from search engines every month.