Blog Traffic: How To Get 100 Visitors A Day In Your First Month Of Blogging

What should I blog about today? This is a question that all bloggers have asked themselves at least several times in their blogging career. I will be the first one to admit that is difficult coming up with blog post ideas everyday. I have come up with a list of easy blog ideas for when I run about of things to write about. It has helped me many times and here are a couple of ideas that I hope will help you as well.

Next, you need to add feeds to your online blog. What is a feed? Good question. I don’t know the exact way to describe a feed nor do I have a lot of valuable information on this subject.

Test different strategies. How long are people staying on your landing page and or website, how many click throughs? Where are they coming from? Is it from one of your articles? Through your pay per click campaign?

The theme as well as layout of your blog should be unique and impressive. Visitors should get attracted at first sight and must feel curious to investigate further. Choose a theme and layout which has connection with the topic you blog about. Good choices are available in the form of templates, to make your job easy for you. Search Google to get matching templates for your blog.

Use your existing social networking accounts to let people know that you have a My interests. Ask people if they can also share with their network to reach many more people. An account in social networking is good to use in order for people to know that they’re interacting with a real individual.

It’s always been your passion to own a restaurant. But you want to make massive profits – so you target the broadest audience possible. You’ll end up offering mediocre food, with the widest variety. But people will continue to flock to various specialists. Rather than come to your “one-size-fits-all” buffet.

They also point out that the terms and conditions set forth for those who are donating money are unusually restrictive and punitive, specifically the part about $25K per violation of the Terms of Service. The bottom line is this is simply the work of some scum sucking bottom feeders who aren’t worth the ‘paper’ this article is printed on ( I realize that there is no paper here but you get the point.) So I would definitely agree with Snopes on this one and save your pennies and if you suddenly have an overwhelming urge to ‘help’ some dweeb who posted a site like this on the internet give those pennies to any of the plethora of reputable chairities available instead.