❼ 15 Places to Get More Blog Traffic

This is part two of a four part series on how to make your blog more interesting.

In this video, you’ll discover that you can get more blog traffic by starting conversations in these interesting places. Hope you enjoy!

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There are 4 main things to keep in mind to make your blog more interesting

  1. Your blog post formats
  2. Conversations (aka traffic)
  3. The types of blog posts you put up
  4. Design

Last week was part 1 of 4 and we focused on the format of your blog posts. Today, we’re powering ahead into part 2 of 4 – conversations (aka traffic!). So sit back, relax and let’s dive in.

15 Places to Start Conversations that Increase Blog Traffic

When people come to your blog, they’re going to want to talk. Your job is to make sure that conversations are happening in all the right places so that you’re getting more traffic.

The more traffic you’re able to get to your blog, the easier it will be for you to meet your goals. Your goals might be financial or they might be personal. In either case, starting conversations in the right places will help you get there faster.

So don’t ask yourself: “how can I get more traffic to my blog?”. Instead, ask “where are all the places that I can start conversations about my blog?”

You have questions. I have answers.

Here is a handy dandy list of 15 different places that you can start conversations that will increase traffic to your blog. We’ll start with the more unusual sources of blog traffic and end with the usual suspects. Here we go:

1. You can get more blog traffic from Workshops

Workshops are fantastic if you enjoy public speaking. Just make sure to tell people about your blog to get the conversation going and drive more visitors to your blog.

2. Quora can increase your blog traffic too

Quora is a nice way to increase the traffic to your blog if your topic is more technical. Or if you’re really knowledgeable in an area that lends itself to lots of Q&A. I can’t say Im a fan of Quora but it’s a good way to get blog traffic.