Proven Strategies to Increase Your Blog’s Traffic

Posted on: June 18th, 2016 by Michael Rotkin

If you want dependable and competent traffic, but do not know where to start, this post is going to help you a lot. Some of the techniques you probably know already, however, the approach will be more unique on this.

These are proven techiniques used to triple my blog’s traffic.

• Kindle Select 90-Day Traffic Plan
• How to create viral content
• How to create evergreen list posts
• Long-tail keyword domination
• Email traffic generation
• Twisted guest blogging
• Restructure your posts

Traffic Strategy Number 1:

Kindle Select 90-Day Traffic Plan

Did you know that self-published books now represent 31% of e-book sales in the Amazon Kindle Store?
You used to need thousands of dollars and a contract with a large publishing house to get published. Anyone with an idea worth sharing can be a published author within a week and, more importantly, drive a lot of traffic to their blog.

Traffic Strategy Number 2:

How to Create Viral Content

Everyone wants to create viral content, but most people fail. That’s because they don’t pay attention to the sites that successfully create viral posts, day in, day out. If they did, they would learn three secrets of viral content creation.

Traffic Strategy Number 3:

How to Create Evergreen List Posts

Evergreen list posts are another proven strategy for increasing blog traffic. A Moz case study defines evergreen posts as “content having a continued and sustained success” and shows that evergreen posts can generate traffic years after their original publication.

Traffic Strategy Number 4:

Long-tail Keyword Domination

Even before Google first rolled out their Panda update in 2011, long tail keywords were a major traffic driver. Since then, it’s been even easier to dominate Google, drive organic traffic to your blog and build a profitable business.

Traffic Strategy Number 5:

Email Traffic Generation

In 2013, Redicati revealed that there are over 3.6 billion email accounts worldwide, and more than 247 million emails are sent every day. Email experts also claim that on average, for every $1 you spend on email marketing, you’re going to make up to $42 back.

Traffic Strategy Number 7:

Restructure Your Posts

To round off this post, I’d like to walk you through the process of restructuring your posts to suit your target audience. You may not even realize that your readers haven’t totally bought into your content. Check the comments. If no-one is commenting or can’t be bothered to say anything other than “nice post”, then your post didn’t get their attention.
In both cases, your post needs to be restructured. If you can successfully speak the language of your core audience, they will gladly promote, cite and share your post and advocate for you on their own networks – thus increasing qualified traffic to your blog.

Understand your audience: The first step to a competitive edge is to understand your audience’s behavior. Alexa’s a great tool for this. When you arrive at Alexa’s homepage, type in your blog address and click “GO”.

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Creating Mobile Friendly Content

Posted on: May 29th, 2016 by Michael Rotkin

A responsive layout alone does not make a website “mobile friendly.”

No doubt it will surpass Google’s mobile-friendly trial, nonetheless, can a mobile-friendly site only indicate that the site will adjust to various methods?

Not exactly. A real reactive site is one whose subject matter is enhanced for the mobile. Videos, images, slideshows,text… for the reason that these things, a user really cares about. A site, will never be helpful to its mobile followers even if it fits perfectly on a smartphone, if its composition appears as if somebody blasted its magnitude.

Are you wondering why should you care?

Well, you ought to consider ½ plus of the digital substance consuming happens on the mobiles. Not only that, the portion of mobile-only users have gradually surpass the portion of the desktop-only users.

As a matter of fact, you can see in the succeeding chart, the desktop-only users reduced from 19.1percent in March-2104 to just 10.6percent in March 2015. It’s clear: many people are more and more choosing mobile instead of desktop for searching data and reading it.

A reactive site alone is not sufficient to make sense to this growing mobile-only users.

In addition to it, you must also write mobile-friendly subject matter.

This article shows how it is easy to write, and how many ways to write subject matter that reads great on mobile devices. But before we see how to maximize your subject matter for mobiles, let’s first look on how people read on them.

Understanding the reading style on the mobile will help you improve your writing because it will free you from focusing on general web writing guidelines that don’t essentially apply to mobile users.

The way people read on a mobile is not the same from the way people read on a desktop.

For example, it’s anticipated from a desktop reader to be drawn to the subject matter that’s located on the top left section (the golden triangle or the F-shaped reading style) on a site.

On the other hand, when on mobile, the same reader may not necessarily focus on the left side content. He or she will look more to the left, but the stare is rather spread evenly.

So essentially, there’s no “most important” area to maximize first, all the subject matter requires maximization.
Lets now see a few methods to make your subject matter easy to read, understand, and remember for your mobile users.

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Use SEO to Promote Your Brand

Posted on: May 7th, 2016 by Michael Rotkin

For many people, SEO is an addition. Use Seo to Build Your Brand.

It’s odd, that even Google says that if you need to hire an SEO, the earlier the better, especially when you intend to launch a new site.

Google said that because SEO isn’t an icing that you can just squeeze on top of your site. It’s a main ingredient.
This is applicable to your BRAND as well. When you start your brand and your site, you shouldn’t disregard SEO, no need for second thought.

Developing user experience is what SEO is all about. That is the reason why Google is concern about the design, content, speed, mobile-friendliness and more.

The ever-so-hyped UX vs SEO is a fake. And, as a brand, giving a maximum user experience should be your first priority.
SEO influences different aspects of the user experience.

Peter Morville teaches us the simplest illustration of what a user experience feels like in the diagram.

In any business you’re in, your user experience will be developed around how your users feel about you on all aspects of the User Experience Honeycomb.

How your users feel about you is a reflection of your brand image.

To make your users feel good about your brand, concentrate on the different user experience studies:

Useful: Your content should be helpful and relevant.
Usable: Your site should be easy to handle.
Desirable: Your design should attract your target audience.
Findable: Focus on content and make searching for information easy.
Accessible: Your site should be mindful of people with disabilities.
Credible: Your brand must show signs of authority and prompt trust.

When constructing your brand, take into consideration the above attributes which are the hallmarks of an ideal user experience.

Most of these attributes, like being useful, usable, searchable, accessible and credible map directly to SEO. After all, search engines assess the overall user experience and determine if your site is the best result to show.
If you haven’t optimized your brand yet for the search engines, now is the best time to start!

Learn more on how to build and promote your website, hire an SEO to help you do it.

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Google Had Made it Easier for Music Junkies to Listen to The Music Right Way!

Posted on: September 10th, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

For music junkies out there who secretly wished for an easier way to listen to your favorite song. Here’s the good news; Google has made the most convenient and easiest way for you to listen to the music you are searching for. If you’re in the US and an Android user, this is absolutely dedicated for you!

If you have to look up for bands, musicians and other music related artists, Google will display a new “listen on your apps” section right at the results box. By using this link, you can immediately start enjoying the music by that band or artist’s music as long as you have supported apps, installed on your device.

As per Google:

“When you look up musicians and bands on Google, you often want to play their songs right away. Say you’re curious about your favorite artist’s latest hits, or you’re with friends chatting about the newest indie rock group and want to play some of their music. Starting today, when you ask Google about musician, you can simply tap a link to play their music right in one of your installed apps.”

This maybe a small feature that reflects Google’s aim of showing you specific details you need without having to exert a lot of effort to scroll through the search results in the search result box.

As of writing, this quick link music apps supports Rdio, iHeartRadio, Spotify, YouTube, TuneIn, and Google Play. According to google they will continue to work hard in order to make this feature beneficial worldwide someday soon while also working to broaden the list of supported music apps.

Google Announced an Expansion of Flight Search to More Countries

Posted on: September 9th, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

For the first time, Google has added countries since launching in Ireland and Poland in March. It is for the benefits for people who fond to travel often, so an expansion of Flight Search was announced by Google. This is for the benefits of three more countries such as, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

As it is very useful in order to easily plan a vacation getaway, you can able to find the prices, duration and other important details. For those in Denmark, they can access the feature at As for Norway, it’s googleno/flights and for Sweden it’s For your convenience, you can also search for flights directly from Google itself. While Google will convert it to local languages as well as currencies regardless of the device you are using.

As per the blog of Google’s Stefan Trienen. “Let’s say you live in Norway and you want to plan a summer getaway. If you access Flight Search, you’ll immediately see the price, duration and type of flight for several popular destinations you might like to visit – based on your preferences and previous searches. If you set your dates and tap to expand the map, you’ll see live prices for destinations around the world. A trip to Kristiansand sounds nice.”

He adds, “Once you tap on Kristiansand, you’ll automatically be presented with a list of ‘Best flights’ (flights that represent the best tradeoff of convenience and price) and a tip for how you can save a bit. In this case, you can save NOK928 just by leaving one day late. For nearly a thousand Krones it might be worth it!”

Moreover, Google also have local versions of Flight Search for selected countries which anyone can make utilize of to make an effective travel plans.

Google Inspires Bing For Broad Conversational Search Capabilities

Posted on: September 8th, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

Google’s search engine inspires Microsoft’s search engine, adding up the latest conversational search capabilities. Where it’s result is capable of providing broad information.

Over a year ago, Google launched its version which improvement gradually took place for the moment. For instance, in May, “Ok, Google” feature has circulated all Chrome users in the United States of America which is readily available for them.

As per Yan Ke, the Principal Development Lead for the Bing Relevance Team said that Bing will be a lot useful for its search capabilities will let you ask a question just like the way you would ask a friend. For example, ‘who is Barack Obama’ or ‘the writer of the Passionate Pilgrim’ or ‘who is the tallest man in the world’, as long as the details are specific, Bing will provide the most reliable information about Barack Obama, William Shakespeare and Sultan Kösen. Just by combining powerful informations, places and things, you can acquire further details from a topic or interest.

Yan Ke says, “Today we’re taking it a step further,” As he goes on with his statement. “Now, not only will give you the answer directly in the search results, but we will also continue the conversation. For instance, you can ask ‘who is the President of the United States’, we will show you the answer. From there you might ask, ‘who is his wife’ or how tall is he.’ Bing maintains the context and keeps the conversation moving forward.”

Microsoft, the company itself didn’t give any further details about “Ok, Bing.” What they are absolute about is search engine users can expect additional improvements in the coming days as they are working on it to provide broad and reliable results.

YUI Library Ceases for Development

Posted on: September 5th, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

YUI or Yahoo User Interface library has been around since 2005, but latterly launched to the public the following year. But recently, Yahoo announced that they are stopping the development with YUI.

Several people had take advantage and benefits from it for a long period of time since it was launched. The Yahoo Interface or YUI offered the developers free, open source JavaScript and CSS tools and other utilities that intended for building web apps.

Based on the engineering blog where yahoo posted – Several changes had executed due to different web platform that making a drastic information over time. So, they have to make a turn and also head in a new direction where they have to cope in with the changes as well.

Here’s what Yahoo says on its engineering blog:

“It has become clear to us that the industry is now headed in a new direction. As most of you know, the web platform has been undergoing drastic transformation over the past few years. JavaScript is now more ubiquitous than ever. The emergence of Node.JS has allowed JavaScript to be used on the server side, opening the door to creating isomorphic single page applications. New package managers (npm, bower) have spurred the rise of an ecosystem of 3rd party, open source, single-purpose tools that complement each other, embracing the UNIX philosophy and enabling very complex development use cases. New build tools (Grunt and its ecosystem plugins, Broccoli, Gulp) have made it easier to assemble those tiny modules into large, cohesive applications. New application frameworks and maintainable way. New testing tools (Mocha, Casper, Karma, etc.) have lowered the barrier of entry to building a solid continuous delivery pipeline. Standard bodies (W3C, Ecma) are standardizing what the large JavaScript frameworks have brought to the table over the years, making them available natively to a larger number of devices. Finally, browser vendors are now committed to making continuous improvements to their web browsers while aligning more closely with standards. With so called “evergreen web browsers”, which are making it easier for users to run the latest stable version of a web browser, we can expect a significant reduction in the amount of variance across user agents.”

Though the changes has took place, the company says that the people behind the YUI will still remain working but will prioritized with internal developers.

Google made an action with Annoying Faulty Redirects

Posted on: September 4th, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

Because of the annoying faulty redirects which webmaster is responsible about – Google had made an action in order to correct this “common annoyance” when tapping a search result only to be redirected where you don’t mean to go. This is to be redirected to a site’s mobile homepage. This have become quite annoying for some mobile searchers and there are actually comics that made about it.

Several months ago – Google advised everyone that they would start calling out sites in mobile results for faulty redirects.

Such inaccurate thing happens only when a requests from smartphones aren’t appropriately operated. As per Google, it happens too often. This is why it gets to their attention and so webmasters are beginning to receive notifications hail from Google Webmasters Tools implying when their sites is responsible of this as being guilty with their faulty redirect sites.

Way back in June, Google introduced a feature that will warn mobile searches in the search result just before they tap it. For convenient, Google has featured a new color-coded syntax to the Fetch that should be pretty useful and will make things less complicated – This was reported on earlier by Search Engine Land.

To Fight Against Drug Abuse, Google Commits $250 Million

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

To battle against drug abuse – Google had settled a commitment with shareholders over a suit related to Google’s previous allowance of ads from different pharmacies that comes outside the premises of the United States. As a result, Google commits $250 million to broaden internal program which will help the search engine to disperse the grasp about drug abuse as well as fighting against reprobate.

As Google commits Google committed $250 million at $50 million every year over the next 5 years. The company has also agreed to pay $9.9 million in legal expenses for plaintiff legal advisers.

After the documents filed in a California court – As first reported by Reuters, shares this utterance from a Google spokesperson:

“We’ve been investing very significantly to fight rogue online pharmacies, and have stopped millions of ads from appearing. This settlement will continue and expand these ongoing efforts to keep users safe online.”

Though the details are still vague on how exactly Google will make anti drug abuse more visible with search engines, they said that they are going to work on it and exert more efforts as it is now happening.

After Almost Four Years, Google Announced The Retires of Web Search API

Posted on: September 2nd, 2014 by Michael Rotkin

Last week Google has finally come up with the decision that the Web Search API is officially retiring after almost four years.

Dan Ciruli, the Google product manager has writes with their company’s Developers blog. As they are announcing the turn down of the Web Search API. He wrote:

“On November 1, 2010, we announced the deprecation of the Web Search API. As per our policy at the time, we supported the API for a three year period (and beyond), but as all things come to an end, so has its deprecation window.

We are now announcing the turndown of the Web Search API. You may wish to look at our Custom Search API (note: it has a free quota of 100 queries per day).

The service will cease operations on Sept 29th, 2014.”

Since Google announced the news, some were feeling dismayed while others are feeling excited about what Google is about to offer next.

Web Search API was latterly announced in 2010 of November first as a new tool to help everyone to use APIs in each applications and website. It was introduced to improve Custom Search API and Translate API.