4 February 2014
Category: SEO, Websites
4 February 2014, by BuyMoreLikes
4 February 2014, Comments: Comments Off on 5 Creative Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog Posts

5 Creative Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog Posts

Want more traffic visiting your blog? Struggling to grab attention of more readers?

#1: Use Dubbler to Give a Short Audio Introduction
Dubber gives on a simple method of recording up to sixty audio seconds on phone and then share with other Dubbler community. It lets one add a cover image and include voice filters and can also be shared with other networks like Facebook and Twitter.

#2: Create a 6-Second Preview of Your Post with Vine
Using Vine, create 6 second looping video shorts. It is a superb way of giving viewers a 6 second teaser about the blog contents. Besides being able to share with other social networks like Facebook and Twitter, Vine has an active and growing sharing community.

#3: Create a SlideShare Overview of Your Post
With a thriving 51.6 m monthly visitors and 5 times as much business traffic from Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, SlideShare is more a mere content-sharing platform.

#4: Pin Your Post to a Pinterest Group Board
Pinterest lets you pin on boards of individuals and collaborate by contributing to boards. This increases exposure because when you pin to a contributor’s board, fellow contributors can see the pin and so can their followers. The more members and followers a group board has, the more people will see your pin. Make sure you choose an engaging image, that your blog title is visible, add keywords, use hashtags and mention people.

#5: Instagram an Image from Your Post
Viewed monthly by over 100 million users, Instagram constantly updates image feeds. It is a great method of driving organic traffic towards your blog. Leveraging is possible by using same blog post image you shared on your Pinterest. It is also hashtag-friendly. It is good to remember to always share your Instagram images to Flickr, Tumblr, Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter.



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