Posted by: Jim Adcock | July 28, 2011

How to Get More Blog Traffic (via WordPress.com News)

A good common-sense list of basic steps to get more traffic.

As Scott says, “Often you’ll hear about get traffic fast schemes, but we don’t believe in those sorts of things.” Regular readers of this blog (at least, back when I was posting regularly) know that I, too, advocate against get-traffic-fast schemes, instead promoting non-spammy, non-scammy, non-scummy methods of self-promotion.

Give Scott’s column a read!

As soon as a blogger publishes their first post, their first question is: Where’s all my traffic? Everyone assumes they’re the only one seeking attention, when in truth nearly everyone is. It takes time to build an audience and no one gets much traffic without putting in the effort. Here at WordPress.com we want you to get more traffic, and we build features and services to help. It’s been awhile since we’ve told you about them, so here are our t … Read More

via WordPress.com News

Last time I posted about my success (from a statistical perspective), and coming soon I’m going to talk about how I achieved that success.

Jim Adcock is a SharePoint Administrator, and blogs about SharePoint at his main blog, Working It Out. He is also Vice President of Launch Pad Job Club, an organization in Austin, Texas, whose mission is help people who have lost their jobs to get the skills they need to land their next job, and to help them cope with the interim between jobs. Consequently, Jim also blogs about career management. He recently served as Secretary on the Austin Software Process Improvement Network Board of Directors, but left the post to look for a mythical creature he’s heard spoken of, called “sleep”…

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Responses

  1. Non capisco perchè non parlo inglese, sono interessata a quello che dici.

    • Try using Google Translate to help you.
      Provare a utilizzare Google Translate per aiutarvi.

  2. Mi lasci qualche indicazione per sapere esattamente che fare? Grazie.


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