So you have a blog. A great blog. A creative blog. Problem is even with an awesome blog, you may want to get more of your posts out there and not get the traffic you should. You may want to share more and reach a wider audience. So, how do you go about doing that?
There are many ways, and some may work better than others. If one blog takes off one way, it’s very possible that it won’t work for the next blog. It’s very trial and error. It’s important to try what avenues may work the best for your site, your traffic and your content.
I have tried so far simple ways to increase viewing on my site as most sites do, and even though these options often bring more traffic, the increase that I am looking for does not happen as I want. I will say that one thing that keeps traffic moving is constant posts. Add one post a day and the traffic will stay at a stable level.
I think the main issue with this is, as usual, the time constraints. There never seems to be enough time to enjoy and add and create as much content as I want to. So, I thought of a new plan, and so far it has worked.
Not only have I always wanted to share my site with others, so they can add their own content, but I feel as though that now is a good time to do so. I want to bring more people to my site, and I want to do it creatively. My site is 100 percent unique and creative, and that is precisely what I want to share from others: creativity.
I have officially opened my personal website to others so they can bring in new content, creative content as well as have the chance to showcase their work on a creative site. I know this will make a difference but just how much is yet to be seen.
After I try this option out, I will try another. That is what it means to be a webmaster and to find new ways to bring traffic. As I said before, it will not always work nor will it work for everyone, but everything is worth a try. From giveaways, to open sites to advertisements, there are plenty of ways to get more traffic. Try them out and see what works.
Miscelleana Rhinehart is a webmaster of a few different websites while she also writes for Baltimore used cars.