I want to share with you a killer traffic strategy for bloggers used by many top, savvy bloggers. Most of them have this secret that they rarely mention in public. They put it to use and it generates huge traffic to their blogs. You most have read about “secret traffic methods” but what you are about to read is different and DOES NOT FAIL. I was reading BuzzBlogger where she shared this as one of her strategies and I said I can’t wait to start this. I immediately organized my myself and right now, it’s beginning to work for me.
One reason it may not work for you
There is only one reason this strategy will not work for you. Yes! If you read and don’t take action now, you are never going to have it work. There is no failure involved if you re-organize yourself and start it
In fact, BuzzBlogger calls it Blogging Alliance. Kiesha Easley calls it A successful Team what ever name that’s given to it, building a team of like-minded bloggers and working toward aggressive promotion of each other is the powerful, under-exploited bloggers’ traffic strategy.
Simple! Bloggers come together and build a group with the sole purpose of promoting each other’s blog posts. They fully give themselves to their engagement, promoting each other “aggressively” day in day out. What they get is mass exposure, traffic and sales. Everyone wins. They may not meet person to person.
How do they promote each other?
There are often many ways depending on their objectives and businesses. Generally, here are some of the ways commonly used :
- Link exchange
- Retweeting each other’s posts
- Liking and sharing each other’s posts on facebook
- Guest posting on each other’s blog
- Commenting on each other’s post
- Promoting each other’s products
- Interviewing each other
All this put together are great ways to pull traffic.
How many members per group ?
Generally, they are always few members to be effective. The more the members, the more heavy it becomes to accomplish the tasks set. However, each member can belong to as many alliances as possible.
What I just did.
As soon as I understood this strategy, I quickly contacted 5 of my blogger friends to team up. They all said YES and I was so excited about it. The next thing I did was set up a facebook group for 10 members only. This will be where we share our blog posts and task accomplishment. We are soon going to get 5 more bloggers to make 10. I don’t want this alliance to be more than 10 members
What you should do.
I encourage you create a group if you don’t have one. Don’t just invite anybody. Make sure to invite and accept only bloggers who understand the game and are willing to play by the rules.