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ProBlogger Most Popular Posts on Finding Readers 2016

Posted By Stacey Roberts 29th of December 2016 Blog Promotion 0 Comments

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Earlier posts this week include the most-read ProBlogger articles on creating content, monetization, and social media.

How to Get 10x More Traffic Without Spending a Dime on Advertising | on ProBlogger.net

How to Get 10x More Traffic Without Spending a Dime on Advertising

It’s a situation most of us find ourselves in – trying to grow our blog so we can make money, but we don’t often have wads of cash to help us do that at the start. So extra traffic for zero financial outlay? Yes please! No wonder this one was popular.

Read it here.

How I Turned One Blog Post Into a 7-Figure Business (And How You Can Capitalize on Going Viral) | on ProBlogger.net

How I Turned One Blog Post Into a 7-Figure Business (And How You Can Capitalize on Going Viral)

See that! One blog post. But it’s true, I’ve seen plenty of people go viral and then not know how to make the most of the influx of visitors. Don’t be caught out next time you get picked up on the social media wave.

Read it here.

Get Your First 1000 Readers: Here’s Your Step by Step Plan | on ProBlogger.net

Get Your First 1000 Readers: Here’s Your Step by Step Plan

One of our fabulous regular ProBlogger experts, Ali Luke, shares the exact plan you can follow at the very beginning of your blog to find someone other than your mum or dad to read. Also handy for getting your next thousand… and the next thousand!

Read it here.

The one reason your amazing blog post hasn’t gone viral (and 8 things you can do about it) | ProBlogger.net

The One Reason Your Amazing Blog Post Hasn’t Gone Viral (and 8 Things You Can Do About It)

Another of our amazing experts, Kelly Exeter, tells us the hard truth – but also makes it all better by giving us some solid instructions to ensure that we get a tsunami of traffic. Which, if you’ve read the earlier post on capitalising on going viral, you know exactly what to do with!

Read it here.

Warning: Are You Making These 8 Traffic-Killing Mistakes? Find out what they are and how to avoid them on ProBlogger.net

Warning: Are You Making These 8 Traffic-Killing Mistakes?

Ali is back with some serious talk about what bloggers are doing to make sure nobody visits their blog! Which of course, we don’t want. The more traffic the better, right? I love these kinds of posts, often I don’t know I’m making a mistake until someone tells me. I’d rather find out this way ;-)

Read it here.

What stood out to you? Was this a good year for you traffic-wise? Or was it difficult to find readers? I hope these posts helped!

About Stacey Roberts
Stacey Roberts is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagramand Snapchat, listen to her 90s pop culture podcast, or be entertained on Facebook.
Comments
  1. Definitely love these great headlines, but If a person have the ability for advertising, definitely go ahead for advertising and combine with all these useful articles here to increase traffic to 20x.

    • As LH Louis mentioned before, the free ways of advertising can be really cool and effective, but if you really want to boost up your traffic, you have to mix paid advertising with free techniques to take great results.

  2. This is an amazing set of post, wonderful for a new to blogging like me. As a new blogger, i think many find it hard to make it work and many quits just becouse they can’t make it work.

  3. What a great way to start the year. I just created an extensive to-do list from all the articles combined. I didn’t know I could read all in one sitting. Guess they were pretty helpful and catchy to keep me on.

    Thanks for sharing.