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3 Simple Tips To Market Your Blog Or Website


In order to get people to go to your blog or website, you will have to find a way to drive traffic there. Creating the website and simply hoping that people will magically show up is not an effective route. Many people know that they would like to be able to find a way to get more people to go their site but they aren’t sure how to get there.

In order to get a good amount of success going on your site the bottom line that you will need is traffic going to your to your site. No visitors, no success, it’s as simple as that. Try these tips to market your blog or website.

Simple Tips To Market Your Blog Or Website

1. Create An Email Newsletter

You will want to create an outgoing newsletter to your network talking about the latest developments going on with your business or blog. Make sure that you make it conversational and lighthearted, not overdoing it on lengthiness.

It is considered common courtesy in order to protect email privacy to enter everyone’s addresses into the BCC line as opposed to the main address line. This way you aren’t sending out hundreds or thousands of email addresses to potential spammers.

Try to send out a newsletter a week to keep everyone up to date with your latest developments which will encourage them to stop by your site. Give them a reason such as a sale, or a new post.

2. Stay Active On Social Media

One of the best ways to drive people to your content is to be active with them on social media. You can have an incredible amount of visibility on places like Facebook and Instagram if you play your cards right.

Try to post at least once or twice a day and make it engaging content. You can either post something which is related to your business or blog, or even something funny just to encourage a laugh. When people comment or repost make sure to interact. This gives your fans and clients a sense of community and will keep them coming back.

3. Avoid Being Spammy

One of the worst things that you can do for the integrity of your business or blog is to come across as spammy. This means interacting with others with an insincerity and being incredibly obvious that all you care about is getting someone to go to your page or buy your product.

There is a fine line between not being afraid to make yourself visible and getting your content out there, but you should not be overbearing or obvious in your attempts. Keep it natural and sincere and you can never go wrong. People appreciate a genuine approach and you will have much better results.


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