24 September 2013 ~ 40 Comments

How to Get 5,000 Visitors to Your Next Blog Post… (WITHOUT Google)

So, you’ve created an EPIC blog post, hit the publish button, and then waited for the traffic to start pouring in to see your brilliant creation.

Unfortunately, all you heard were crickets. Of course your mom visited the site and said it was AMAZING. She’s your #1 fan :)

But she’s also the ONLY fan…

Because you’re missing a critical piece of the blogging puzzle.

It doesn’t matter how great your content is. Without actively promoting your content, your blog is STILL going to be a ghost town.

* Content is not king if nobody can see it. *

So you’ve got to flip the formula on it’s head…

Spend 20% of your time creating epic content. And spend 80% of your
time promoting that content.

I can hear the whiners now…. “But Kim, it took me an entire day to
create that blog post. I don’t have time to now go out and spend hours promoting it.”

If that’s the case – you probably don’t have time to build a successful online business and this article probably isn’t for you.

But… if you want to get 5,000 visitors to your next blog post… (WITHOUT Google) – then grab some coffee and let’s get ROCKIN :)

1. Twitter Tribes.

One of the first things I like to do after I publish my content is to ‘seed’ it inside a variety of Twitter Tribes.

One of my favorite Twitter Tribes is called JustRetweet.com.

JustRetweet is a social sharing community that works together
to promote each others content.

Kind of like a ‘you scratch my back I’ll scratch yours.’

But… the cool part is that they have a ton of content that you’ll be proud to share with your tribe.

Plus, they’ve also added support for Facebook likes and Google
Plus One votes.

The site works on a credit based system. As you share other people’s content within the community you earn ‘credits’ that allow you to get shares and retweets on your own content.

You can also buy credits – which are extremely affordable as well.

This is a super simple strategy for getting your first 20-30 retweets
and Facebook likes. Which will immediately kick off your first bit
of momentum.

Two other great Twitter Tribes you can join are Triberr.com and ViralContentBuzz.com.

Additional Resources:

17 Twitter Marketing Tips from the Pros
The Ultimate Twitter Guide
List Building with Social Media
How I Got 50,000+ Twitter Followers
16 Ways to Get People to Read and Retweet Your Content

2. Google Plus Communities

Google Plus is here to stay. After many attempts at building a social network to compete with the likes of Facebook and Twitter – it looks like Google has finally hit upon a winner.

And… it’s a great tool for driving hundreds of visitors to your
latest blog post. Regardless of how many followers you have.

That’s the beauty of this particular strategy. All you need to do is setup a good profile on Google Plus. You can then leverage existing audiences on Google Plus via Communities.

Communities are the ‘secret sauce’ inside Google Plus.

These are basically large groups of people based around common interests. They’re kind of like mini-forums.

Plus, it’s one of my favorite ways to find cool and interesting conversations on Google Plus.

You can search for related communities here:

https://plus.google.com/communities

Once you join some related groups – you’ll find out there are
actually a LOT of interesting conversations going on within Google Plus.

In fact, it’s becoming one of my favorite social networks. Plus, it’s a LOT less crowded.

And it should DEFINITELY be part of your content promotion checklist.

First, start engaging with 5-10 related communities. By this I mean
joining in on the conversation. Adding value. Voting up OTHER people’s content.

Like any social media platform – you need to provide VALUE first.

Engage first.

Then, whenever you have a really good blog post that you’d like to
share – simply post a link to your favorite 5-10 related communities.

Then sit back and watch the traffic roll in :)

Additional Resources:

The Ultimate Google+ Marketing Guide
Google+ Communities: What Marketers Need to Know
How to Market Your Content on Google Plus
3 Ways to Boost Your Traffic with Google Plus

3. Email Trumps All.

Sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus can be very powerful tools for promoting your content – but your biggest media channel will ALWAYS be your email subscriber list.

We personally use our subscriber list to generate 2,000+ visitors
PER email.

Imagine the power of being able to send that much traffic simply
by pushing the ‘SEND’ button.

Your business should be BUILT on email. Building a community of
raving fans who look forward to your next email.

This is THE #1 asset in your business.

And it allows you to build instant momentum for EVERY blog post.

Additional Resources:

Pat Flynn’s Guide to Email Marketing (Part 1)
Pat Flynn’s Guide to Email Marketing (Part 2)
DropDeadCopy.com – The BEST podcast online about email marketing.

4. Facebook Sponsored Stories (In the News Feed).

Here’s one of my secret sources… If you want to promote your content quickly WITHOUT all the elbow grease, then Facebook Sponsored Stories are going to be your new love affair :)

This is one of the best ways to ‘seed’ your content and start gaining virality.

Promote your content using Facebook Sponsored stories in the News Feed.

This has become one of my favorite ways to generate highly targeted traffic on demand.

You simply post a new story on your fan page. (a.k.a your latest blog post)

And then you setup an ad to promote that post.

Using Facebook you can laser-target your audience by choosing exactly which Fan pages you want to target. So you simply choose 3-5 highly related fan pages that your post will be promoted to.

This is the ‘audience’ that will see your post.

But there’s one small tweak you need to make to get the best results. This is the ‘secret sauce’…

What I do is I first create my ad in the traditional Facebook Ad Manager. Then from there I go into what’s called the ‘Power Editor’ and customize the audience so that my story is ONLY shown in the News Feed.

This will give you MANY more visitors for a MUCH lower price.

Facebook is quickly becoming one of the best places to build and grow your business.

Additional Resources:

My Go-To Girl for ALL things Facebook: Amy Porterfield

5. Content Syndication.

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention my secret spots for a quick injection of traffic. These are social communities (kind of like Digg in the old days) where you can share your content and vote / comment on other people’s content as well.

Here are my Top Picks:

BlogEngage.com
BizSugar.com
Blokube.com
Inbound.org
Kingged.com
DoSplash.com

Other Niche Social Networks where you can Share Your Content…

Care2.com
PFBuzz.com (Personal Finance)
Yakezie
Dogster
Catster
Gentlemint.com – Pinterest for men

But keep in mind the key to getting the most benefit out of any community is getting involved. (a.k.a not being a douche who just comes and drops your link.)

These are amazing communities with awesome people that you can meet. Plus, it’s great for sourcing content that you can share within your social media profiles as well.

Provide massive value to the community – and it will deliver massive value back :)

Additional Resources:

The Ultimate Guide to Content Marketing

6. Content Aggregators.

If you’re publishing great content on a weekly basis – you can get hundreds of extra visitors from sites like AllTop.com, Affposts.com, AffBuzz.com, and AffDaily.com. These are content aggregators that pull in the best content from around the web.

AllTop.com is perfect for ANY blogger because they have sections for almost every topic under the sun.

So whether you blog about pets or parenting – this is a great passive
traffic pipeline you can tap into.

And the cool thing is they’re always looking for new blogs to publish.

Simply find a relevant category and submit your blog at:

http://alltop.com/submission/

Or – if you have a site related to affiliate marketing, SEO, or blogging then you can get hundreds of new weekly visitors from sites like BloggerScope.com, Affposts.com, AffBuzz.com, and AffDaily.com.

7. Scoop.it

Scoop.it is my one-stop shop for getting fresh new traffic to EVERY blog post.

Scoop.it is content curation at it’s best. With thousands of different topics and curators who collect their favorite content from around the web.

And the best part is – you can ‘suggest’ your latest blog post with just a few clicks.

You’ll see a link at the top of each Scoop.it pages that allows you to submit a suggested link. It takes all of 10 seconds to suggest your link.

If the creator of that page decides to share your link, it gets published and any followers of that page also get notified (instant backlink and high-quality traffic).

I recommend submitting your content to at least 20 Scoop.it pages for each new blog post you publish.

Additional Resources:

How To Curate Content and Build Authority With Scoop.it

8. Forum Marketing. The unsung hero.

There are currently millions of conversations taking place around the web about parenting, photography, fitness, pet care, personal finance, traveling, and every other topic under the sun.

Forums are hot spots of conversation where like-minded people get
together to talk about their shared passions.

Making it also one of the best hot spots for generating laser-targeted traffic.

Create some good content, post it on a popular forum in your market and you can start generating traffic within 5 minutes of posting.

There is simply no other strategy out there that works this quickly,
this effectively, and completely for free.

Forum marketing is an unsung hero that can drive thousands of visitors per month in ANY market.

When I first got started online, this was the main strategy I used to start building my subscriber list.

When my dad started his first website I recommended that he do the same.

But he took it to an entirely new level.

Generating 14,000+ visitors per month in a tiny, weird little niche…

‘Tennessee Walking Horses’

He found what I like to call his ‘Big Kahuna’. One big forum with rapidly passionate members who LOVED his videos.

This was his main traffic source when he first got started.

Of course I encouraged him to also build a subscriber list so now
he OWNS the traffic and can funnel it at will whenever he sends out
an email. Forum traffic is like a honeypot. But you want to collect
as much as that honey as possible and store it up for the winter.
(a.k.a getting them on your subscriber list :)

So go to Google – find the most active forums within YOUR market, and start engaging with the community. Provide over-the-top value and link to your squeeze page or blog in your signature file.

I think you’ll be surprised at what a ‘traffic powerhouse’ this can be.

Plus, what’s nice about forum traffic is that it’s generally VERY high converting. The traffic is laser-targeted and converts quickly into subscribers AND sales.

We’ve seen a 10% conversion rate into sales from our forum traffic. (tracked using Adtrackz Gold)

Average conversion rate for a sales letter is 2%. Forums got us 10% because this is some of the most targeted traffic you can get.

It just doesn’t get any better than that.

Old-School is still ROCKIN!

9. Blogger Outreach.

I’ve saved the best for last :)

If you have a valuable piece of content that you want shared around
the blogosphere, the very best thing you can do is to contact 100-200
related bloggers.

You can find related bloggers using sites like:

Technorati.com
WeFollow.com
Twellow.com
FindPeopleOnPlus.com
CircleCount.com
AllTop.com
Topsy.com
FanPageList.com

Create a list of 100 influencers within your market.

You can do this within Excel or using a more sophisticated program
like BuzzStream or GroupHigh.

After you’ve built your list you’ll need to send a personalized
message to each blogger.

This works out even better if you’ve included a link to their website
in the article itself.

Here’s a sample email…

Subject Line: I Love Pat Flynn! (and your latest podcast :)

Hey Pat!

Just wanted to send you a quick note to let you know
how much I enjoyed your latest podcast with Neil Patel.

ROCKIN!

Shared it on Facebook and encouraged all of my readers
to listen in as well.

Also wanted to let you know I’ve included SmartPassiveIncome.com
in our latest blog post at:

http://mytrafficmentor.com/23-steps-to-100000-visitors/

Would love to know what you think.

Thanks so much for all that you do!

Cheers,

Kim

Additional Resources:

32 Experts Share Their Best Blog Promotion Tips
The Ultimate Guide to Blogger Outreach
How to Get the Attention of Online Influencers

 

40 Responses to “How to Get 5,000 Visitors to Your Next Blog Post… (WITHOUT Google)”

  1. Kingged 24 September 2013 at 11:57 pm Permalink

    Very great post, Kim, as usual, :)

    First, thanks for mentioning Kingged.com as one of the places where people can syndicate their Internet marketing type content. We are still in heavy beta but fully functional and we got some interesting things planned for the coming days/weeks. The beauty with Kingged.com is that users can decide which content deserves to be king by “kingging” or “unkingging” it to get it to the front page.

    About this post itself, you are absolutely right about “Spend 20% of your time creating epic content. And spend 80% of your time promoting that content”. That’s absolutely true. And like you, I hear the whinners, not even those who would say it took them a day or even days to create the content, but those who insist that quality of a content alone is enough to get it to “promote” itself. Yes, that can happen, but why not even do more to promote it, right? :)

    And many will jump in to say how Google loves great content and will rank the content just because it’s great. Well, that may be the case in the past (if it ever “really” was), but not anymore. Google is not looking out for anyone and doesn’t owe anyone a duty to rank their content just because it’s “epic”. Now, if one’s content is epic, one has to get it “out there”, for others to enjoy and share it even more.

    Anyway, thanks again, Kim, for yet another truly epic post. Knowing you, it’s going to get lots of buzz because you will “do what you preach”, not just sit and do nothing, :)

  2. Chitraparna Sinha 25 September 2013 at 4:58 am Permalink

    Excellent resource Kim :)

    I would just like to add one point here. If you want to get traffic from social media sites like those you mentioned, you need to be a contributor first and then reap benefits. You cannot just link dump there.

    Therefore, while you’re setting up a blog or just started, begin to socialize on these communities because it does take time to get yourself noticed. Once this is done, it is very easy to share your own stellar posts and get thousands of visitors.

    ~ Chitra

    • KimRoach 25 September 2013 at 9:21 am Permalink

      Absolutely! That’s why we said:

      “Provide massive value to the community – and it will deliver massive value back :)”

  3. Neena 25 September 2013 at 6:04 am Permalink

    This article is such an in-depth resource. I will be setting aside a good chunk of time to explore the sites that you mention as well as the related articles. My site is very new and building traffic has been a challenge.

    Early in the article, you put the whiners in their place ;-) – but seriously, using all or a good portion of these strategies could take an endless amount of time. How much time do you spend promoting a post and do you have a strategy for using your promotion time efficiently?

  4. Jackie Lee 25 September 2013 at 10:07 am Permalink

    Hey Kim!
    The value you share never ceases to amaze me. You’ve been busy in the labs… there are quite a few things on your list I wasn’t aware of. Pinned, and shared on Facebook… this is a solid list to get people started… there should be no more whining about I don’t know how. :)

    • KimRoach 25 September 2013 at 10:09 am Permalink

      Awwwwwww. Thanks sooooo much for your kind words Jackie.

      You TOTALLY just made my day :)

      - Kim

  5. Sunday 25 September 2013 at 11:57 am Permalink

    Awesome article and one which new and experienced internet marketers would always find valuable! Traffic is the bane of many websites but its good to learn of the many ways of drawing traffic to a site.

    One great takeaway for every marketer is ideas from this post should help them never to rely on Google alone for traffic!

    Thanks Kim for the collection of websites and links, which included mention from content syndication sites like ‘kingged.com’. :D

    This awesome post was read in the Internet marketing content syndication site – kingged.com. The above comment was also left on it.

    Sunday – kingged.com contributor

    http://www.kingged.com/how-to-get-5000-visitors-to-your-next-blog-post-without-google/

  6. Kelly Cannon 25 September 2013 at 12:17 pm Permalink

    Great information Kim – I’ve been online a while, and there were quite a few things here new to me. I’m also thinking maybe it’s time I started spending more time over on G+! Thanks for the tips. :)

  7. Adam 25 September 2013 at 12:23 pm Permalink

    An excellent post/resource on blog promotion. I have been blogging for 3+ years and just a few months ago realized how important promotion is. After watching/reading Derek Halpern, he suggested the 80/20 rule — 80% on promotion and 20% on creation, like you had mentioned.

    I need to test out Facebook PPC as I continue to hear great thing bout it for VERY cheap.

    Blogger outreach is another one I need to start doing as well. Depending on the blogger, they could alone send 5k visitors. Thanks for this great post and it’s something I will refer back to.

  8. Joanne 25 September 2013 at 12:30 pm Permalink

    Wow! Your article was written in a witty way, Kim. I never thought that you can get that much number of visitors without the aid of Google.

    I’ve read about Google Panda (I’m not quite sure if all blogs are affected with it) wherein one must have a high quality content in order to be ranked in the top. Once you notice a drop on your traffic and you’re no longer in the top rank their might be a problem with your site that the Panda sees. That is a serious threat for bloggers who view their blogs as EPIC as you said. The suggestions you gave were definitely practical and helpful. You encouraged the bloggers to try every single way possible to increase the number of visitors and not merely relying on Google or whining and leaving their post as a “ghost town.” Besides, their efforts will pay off at the end of the day.

    Love your post, Kim! I found and “kingged” the post on Kingged.com

  9. Randy Hilarski 25 September 2013 at 3:49 pm Permalink

    Great article Kim! Google Plus is now my top traffic generator, loving the platform and communities. Scoop.it Rocks! I also love Triberr, it has transformed how share my posts. The one topic that I am partial too because it is what I do is PPC. I just recently started running ads for my articles. 20-50 people a day coming to my articles using targeted PPC could be another Google proof way to keep traffic flowing.

    My friend Mia Voss is interviewing Dino Dogan (Founder of Triberr) this Friday the 27th of September on GPlus. I can’t wait!

  10. Aaron 25 September 2013 at 4:23 pm Permalink

    As always, great article. Twitter Tribes are new to me, can’t wait to try this. I’ve also never considered submitting to AllTop.

    Thanks so much Kim!

    Aaron

  11. Donald Thomas 25 September 2013 at 9:27 pm Permalink

    Hi Kim -

    Great info as usual. Looking forward to the webinar this Saturday.I have submitted my site to Blokube, and they have yet to get back to me. BizSugar is great and I really like Jane over at DoSplash, although I haven’t signed up yet. She is one smart cookie.

    Am definitely going to check out Amy Porterfield.

    Thanks Kim.

    Donald

  12. Vishal 26 September 2013 at 6:03 am Permalink

    Excellent Kim,

    I really liked your post. Especially the facebook advertisement is really cool. I will definitely implement that strategy. Twitter Tribes is also very good. Keep going….

  13. Floyd Jones 26 September 2013 at 9:52 am Permalink

    Good Morning Kim Roach! This is an excellent article & right on time! I just set up my blogging platform yesterday & really had no idea what I was doing or what to do next!(Obviously, I am new to this) However, the God I serve lined everything up & sent your post to guide me! Now I know that I am doing the right thing! (Getting into this blogging stuff) LOL! Thank you so much for a great article & all of the fantastic tips! I will definitely be following you as I climb deeper into the Bloggersphere! (I just made that up)

    Have a fantastic day!
    Floyd

  14. Denise Wakeman 26 September 2013 at 5:24 pm Permalink

    Wow, I love the richness of this post and a huge shout out of thanks for including a link to the webinar I did with MaAnna Stephenson and Stephan Hovnanian. I’ll be sharing….

  15. Malathy Badri 26 September 2013 at 11:31 pm Permalink

    Wow! What an article. Must have done quite a bit of research to come up with fantastic resources.

  16. tecmoz 27 September 2013 at 9:11 am Permalink

    Thanks Kim for sharing this valuable information. All these points which you have shared are really helpful. Currently I am using most of the points for generating traffic for my website apart from twiiter tribes and facebook advertisement. Very soon I am going to implement these two strategy in my marketing process.

    I am really appreciated with you effort. Hope you will continue this good work…Keep it up.

  17. Adrienne 27 September 2013 at 11:53 am Permalink

    Hey Kim,

    Gosh, I don’t even use half of these methods. I also haven’t gotten 5,000 visits to my post either. It’s more around the 2,500 mark but I’ll take that any day of the week.

    I don’t care for programs where I have to get credits in order for me to share something or someone shares my content. For some reason that just doesn’t sit well with me which is why I love Triberr so much more. I’ve met some awesome people there too.

    I’ve also found that there are just so many groups and communities that just blog dump and that’s it. They don’t visit each other’s post, they don’t respond to comments, nothing. It’s really hard to find communities that actually engage because we know it takes time to build up connections.

    I’ve never reached out to people I don’t know and asked them to promote my posts or comment. Never and I can’t really see myself doing that either. I prefer to make those connections first and let the chips fall where they may. I can understand wanting to promote content or get out in front of some new people but I build up the following and let them do the promoting. It’s so much more fun that way.

    Good information you’re provided here and I hope you reach your 5,000 mark as well as the tweets on Twitter. I have no doubt you will with everything you’re doing to promote this post. Good luck Kim!

    ~Adrienne

  18. Elvis Michael 27 September 2013 at 3:42 pm Permalink

    Kim, amazing blog post. I felt compelled to share it with my own readers recently.
    Can you offer a wider opinion regarding the likes of JustRetweet? To me it sounds a little too “traffic exchange” oriented. It is my belief that these users typically don’t pay much attention to the actual content of a blog, as they’re often mindlessly trying to accumulate credit and traffic, then rise and repeat. Can you elaborate more on the quality of such tribes? If they can be compared to Reddit, however, where users are genuinely interested in reading articles, that would be fantastic.

    Thank you so much.

  19. Kumar Gauraw 27 September 2013 at 4:57 pm Permalink

    Hello Kim,
    Your post is EPIC and just like Adrienne said, I haven’t so far used even half of these methods.
    However, I did use the method of approaching some of the thought leaders who I am connected with and personally send a note to them asking to check out my latest post (only if I know they will appreciate it) and I also provide them helpful tweet text to tweet to their followers if they feel appropriate.
    Interestingly, it does fetch great returns every time I do it. However, having said that, I must say that it can’t be used every time. You can’t bug people unless you know that your post is really really awesome.

    Anyways, after going through your post, I think I will take some of the tips from here and start implementing on my websites to see what kind of traffic I am able to garner.

    Thank you for sharing these incredible tips!

    Regards,
    Kumar

  20. Tiphanie 27 September 2013 at 7:28 pm Permalink

    You are so giving with your posts… talking about value, man oh man… This post was so content rich, I have to bookmark it to come back. :-) Thank you! Definitely will be reaching out to the “blogosphere” more… YAY!

  21. Tom Jenkins 27 September 2013 at 7:31 pm Permalink

    What a great post with lots of resources that I had never heard of before !

    I am going to start using these to get more traffic to my blog posts. Now, to decide which of these strategies I can begin to outsource since there are not enough hours in the day to give all my attention to all of them…

  22. emma 27 September 2013 at 7:32 pm Permalink

    HI Kim, I found this very useful, and I built a site back in 2009 that got 5 visitors a day. What a crappy result, but years later I make a few hundred a day with this same site and I learnt from one of your traffic blog posts about FORUMS.

    So what I did was contacted 5 big traffic forums in my niche and worked out a monthly rate for ads at the top of their forum, so every time someone visited they would see and click my ad at the top.

    Not only was this targeted traffic, but it took my business from $20 a day to over $200 a day, and i was building my list at the same time. I still get offers for this site at over $100,000 and am amazed how quickly things have grown and how much I have learnt. The most targted traffic you can get is from forum. These members are hungry and if you give them a good offer, you will get results.

    Thanks again, great post. Have a great day.

    • KimRoach 27 September 2013 at 7:36 pm Permalink

      That is AWESOME Emma!!

      You ROCK :)

      Wow… Thanks so much for sharing your story. Very cool.

      - Kim

  23. Chris 27 September 2013 at 7:46 pm Permalink

    Kim, once again you have dazzled me with an amazing blog post! I’m excited that I just learned of several more great places to get traffic and I can’t wait to try them out! Thanks for the great ideas!

  24. Deb 27 September 2013 at 10:27 pm Permalink

    Kim,

    Thank you for such a great post. I didn’t know about scoop.it and I found the tips on the blogger outreach part very good. I had someone do a guest post on one of my blogs and on her own she put it on her facebook page and also into google plus. I didn’t know she had a few hundred in google plus but circle! I also want to add that joining facebook groups is a good idea, but again you can’t just do link dropping but should be contributing and interacting with the community.

    Deb

  25. Iman 28 September 2013 at 1:18 am Permalink

    Great lesson about traffic, Kim! Generating loads of free targeted traffic which has high conversion is not easy however, you need to be persistent to do it then you will achieve your goal.

  26. Leah Dubyk 28 September 2013 at 6:16 am Permalink

    I just wanted to add a couple of sites for you to check out in your Traffic Lab if you haven’t already done that.

    One is crowdignite.com and the other zergnet.com/info are both content sites that give you widgets and they add your content on relevant sites in their network.

    Thanks for all the great traffic resources.

  27. Erik Emanuelli 28 September 2013 at 6:16 am Permalink

    Great post, Kim! :)
    A lot of useful resources mentioned here.
    I have bookmarked the article,
    and I will implement some of your tips next week on my blog posts.
    Thanks!

  28. Lisa 28 September 2013 at 8:02 am Permalink

    Wow Kim, you really covered most of the places to share your content – the only one I did see was list.ly.

    It is the hardest part of blogging as you mention the 80/20 rule, 80% sharing content vs. 20% making content. Itcan feel like you are on a hamster wheel at times. I just got the Buffer premium and ikt’s helping me with that. I hope they add more of these places to it as well.

    Thanks for sharing and I’m bookmarking this one to come back to again as it’s a great reminder. I keep forgetting about Buzz Feed and Alltop.

  29. Laura Raisanen 28 September 2013 at 12:12 pm Permalink

    Hey Kim,

    Awesome article as usual!

    I am a huge fan of JustRetweet. I discovered it a few weeks ago and have seen a big boost in my traffic since. Blogging communities is something I need to do more of, I actually opened an account just now in two of the ones you recommended in this post, so thank you for the tips :) I’m also going to look into content aggregators, I didn’t even know about them until this post!

    Thanks again for sharing and have a fantastic weekend :)

    Laura

  30. Neil Ferree 28 September 2013 at 5:23 pm Permalink

    This is a high octane roster of traffic generators Kim, nice! What’s neat for me is how I saw the G+ post by Ann Smarty w/ your Google Bear kickin traffic butt. great image and sweet headline usp is all it takes!

  31. Barbara Arbster 28 September 2013 at 6:55 pm Permalink

    Just found your website and info today Kim. Looking forward to reading thru it all more thoroughly to find out what I’ve been doing or not doing correctly. Thank you !

  32. Don Sturgill 28 September 2013 at 10:30 pm Permalink

    Great tips, Kim. Nothing wrong with getting the word out about your hard work.

    We’ve begun a private Google+ Community (Private Stock Iron) for folks to help one another with promotions. It’s not for spam, but for excellent content that could use a boost.

    Anyone interested can ping me for more info.

  33. Chris S.T.W. 29 September 2013 at 9:43 am Permalink

    Excellent post with a few pointers I was actually unaware of. Found your advert/post on Warrior forum. I was impressed with the inclusion of scoop.it – a site until today I was completely unaware of but will be signing up as soon as I’ve finished this. Thanks for opening my eyes on more than a few subjects. Many successes,
    Chris

  34. Caleb 29 September 2013 at 10:16 am Permalink

    It would be awesome if there were software to do all of these for us ;)

  35. jim 29 September 2013 at 9:43 pm Permalink

    Excellent, you just made my day.

  36. Ryan Cote 30 September 2013 at 1:02 pm Permalink

    I’m using a bunch of these tactics, but Scoop It is definitely missing from my content promotion. Thanks!

  37. Sabrina Dix 30 September 2013 at 1:03 pm Permalink

    Great tips! Thanks for always bringing value.


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