7 Tips To Improve SEO and Drive More Traffic To Your Website/Blog

7 Tips To Improve SEO and Drive More Traffic To Your Website/Blog

The types of Traffic

There are several types of traffic:

1. Organic Traffic – Traffic that comes in through search engines (eg. A terms searched in Google and your page comes up and is clicked on. That visitor would fall under organic traffic). To increase this is what SEO (search engine optimisation) is for as it can rapidly scale your visitors and conversions simply by ranking higher in search results.

2. Direct Traffic – This is where traffic comes from directly entering your site in the browser and is dependent solely on how well known you are.

3. Social Traffic – As the name suggests, this is traffic that comes to your site after being redirected from social media platforms and can be scaled by, for instance, gaining more followers through regular posting; the followers then clicking on your site provided.

4. Referral Traffic – This is where traffic comes from your links around the web which backlink to your site. The more you have, the greater increase of this traffic source however spamming the web with it and the google bot finding many of them to be low quality backlinks then your site will consequently suffer.

5. Warm Traffic – This type of traffic is usually the best because it traffic actively searching for what you offer

6. Cold Traffic – The polar opposite of warm traffic and this is where the people you attract may just stumble across your site from something like a Facebook ad.

 

How to Improve your Blog/Site SEO and Traffic:

1. Specialize in what you intend to deliver

Specializing in the subject area your delivering will naturally help improve your SEO; though not directly. The reason is because you can deliver value on your subject thus naturally getting more organic traffic which increase your chances of high quality backlinks to audiences for free including those you couldn’t reach without paid advertising. Not only does this tip increase your SEO through high quality backlinks but also your valuable content will increase session durations on your site which can help increase your SEO.

2. Guest blog 

This is a little sneaky, but it works. Guest blogging on a blog that already has high traffic and adding a backlink to yours can seriously boost your traffic and SEO as it’ll be high quality through the richness of traffic and on a platform that’s already ranking high giving it more worth. However to optimise this benefits of this method in manifesting in more subscribers and conversions, make sure it’s a relevant blog and a relevant page you’re redirecting to.

3. Make your content keyword rich 

Having content that’s rich in keyword searches will greatly improve organic traffic and your SEO ranking as it makes your page appear more relevant and if the traffic you get has long session durations then this too will greatly improve your SEO. To do this you can use tools such as Google’s keyword planner for free but if you use this method don’t try making a ton of sentences crammed with these words if the sentence doesn’t sound as good or valuable. Never compromise value as it’s your biggest driver in the long term.

4. Speed up your load time

Blogs/Sites can seriously suffer from losing potential conversions due to this. A study done showed that 40% of people abandon a site that takes longer than 3 seconds to load and that’s a lot of lost traffic. So, keep your site as fast as you can to increase your traffic also improve you SEO as this is included in Google’s website ranking algorithm.

5. Make your site mobile optimised 

Recently, due to the technological boom and advances, many a times people end up on your site through means other than their computer/laptop which is why Google has begun penalising sites rankings due it not being optimised. So stay on their good side and rank high by investing in your sites performance and you’ll be awarded.

6. Consistently make content

Fresh new content is not only loved by new traffic and existing users but also by Google’s ranking algorithm. By consistent new content you always naturally increase traffic as there’s more chances for your site to show up on relevant searches and you improve you chances of hitting a goldmine of a post that’ll spread like fire and rapidly increase you sites traffic/SEO.

7. There’s always paid advertising

If you have the luxury of doing so or are willing to invest in your site then paid traffic can be the most effective and fastest way of building awareness of your blog/site, traffic and conversions. It can also have a knock-on effect by improving your SEO.

If you aim to make it big with your blog/website then, with the amount of competition you’re up against, you need to have a few tricks up your sleeve and mastering SEO for traffic is only one part of it. If you want to compete and become successful then as a way of further increasing traffic I recommend Traffic Masters Academy which is taught by the best in the business including millionaire earners mentoring you on how to become as good as them in every type of traffic generation method from every paid to unpaid methods.

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