Traffic Dos and Don’ts: A Checklist

You know you are right! In the last couple of years of blogging I have noticed that the beginning was good with the traffic, and of course, some unforeseen things happened that caused me to not write as much. I am amazed that the people following my blog have stayed because of the lack of materials on my blog. However, I have since regained the spirit of why I started this blog to begin with. I want people to know my opinion about things that happen in my life, school, and everything else. I want to pass on advice, tricks, and other things that may impact those reading my blog. I enjoy writing and love to see that my blog has been viewed all over the world. It is amazing that people like the things that I write about and I look forward to the upcoming years of blogging. Many thanks for the post and I will continue to read and learn more about be a great blogger. News

One of the main reasons bloggers stop blogging is lack of traffic: at some point, they get tired of being the proverbial tree in the forest, making sounds nobody hears.

We’re here to help. No list of advice can guarantee your blog’s success, but it’s important to be aware of the most critical elements at play. Five dos, five don’ts: give them a try.

Screen Shot 2013-09-30 at 12.24.15 AMImage by Carsten Ullrich (CC BY-SA 2.0)


  1. Write regularly. Producing fresh content on a regular basis is essential. First, it makes your blog more appealing to search engines, which means new readers are more likely to find you. Just as important, it creates a sense of loyalty among the readers you already have, who know you won’t be stranding them for weeks at a time.
  2. Write well. What makes a post engaging, moving, or entertaining is clearly a matter of…

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