#2 – Want to Get Paid Traffic with your Blog Posts? Don’t Worry! It’s Easily Done! And It’ll Work for You!
The goal of this article is to show you a few quick and easy ways to get paid traffic with your blog posts. You may know this already, but I’m pretty sure that many of you don’t. So let’s begin.
I’m sure you’ve heard of AdWords and Facebook Ads, but they’re not the only way to get paid traffic. In fact, if you don’t have a huge budget, this is probably one of your best options.
There are tons of ways to promote your blog posts for free — I’m talking about Reddit, StumbleUpon, Digg and many more. But here’s the thing: it might be really hard for your blogs post to get noticed among all the others within these sites that are competing for attention.
And who would want to click on an ad leading to a post that’s not likely to be interesting?
This is yet another article that I wrote based on my experience as a blogger. This post states that there are numerous ways how one can generate traffic for themselves through their blogs or websites. However, most people tend to go about it in two ways:
This is the first method: One starts blogging and is so overwhelmed by the amount of traffic that they get, that they don’t quite know what to do with it. To get more traffic, they read a bunch of articles about how to get traffic and how to get followers on social media. This will help for sure, but you need to realize that all of these things take time and effort, and getting followers and traffic is a process.
The second method is a bit different: One does not start a blog or website, but starts posting about something relevant to their category that is popular at the time. For example, someone would start blogging about movies, and thus get very popular for posts about movies. Another person would blog about anime and for posts about anime get lots of traffic.
In both methods mentioned above, the person writes articles and sends them out either directly to popular blog directories or they send them directly to search engine result pages (SERPs). These types of articles do not pay much
To be perfectly honest, I’ve tried both methods and have gotten a bit of success with them, but as you can see from the title, there’s a lot more that one can do to get paid traffic with their blog posts. So let’s begin with the first method and mention a few more things that one can do to get paid traffic with their blog posts.
1) What they say: “This is the method I have been doing the most and have reached some success with it” “I got 1,800 unique visitors in 1 day!”
2) What they don’t mention: “Don’t expect too much from this method. It is not the best way to get your blog ranked in Google”
So, what’s so good about this method? Well, it takes time and work. A lot of research time and time spent on each article. But, you’ll be making a small profit so it’s worth the effort. You can’t expect to make much money with this type of traffic though because Google loves high quality content over quantity – especially when they’re ranking you at #1 (of course, there are ways around this).
How does it work?