3 Ways To Get More Traffic To Website Without SEO


Do you want to pull out the attention of most of the people to your site? But you don't know how to do SEO and that kind of stuff, well don't worry here are top 3 ways to get more traffic to your website without any SEO.

1. Find And Pull Method

For this method to work and it will work actually, you need to find out about relevant posts whatever your niche is about finding those sites and go to their posts as soon as they are published but remember it should have high traffic. To go to their newly published posts quickly you can use Google Alerts which will send you a notification whenever a new post of that particular site is published. 

After that you have to go to the post as soon as it is published, actually read it, and write out a relevant and helpful comment after the post but instead of linking your name to your blog’s homepage, link to your post on related content. In this way when they click through, they are immediately on a highly relevant page that they are interested in. And because they read your comment, which was useful and unique, they already think of you as an authority. Got it, good.

2. Derek Halpern’s Drafting Technique

This is a technique popularized Derek Halpern of Social Triggers. The drafting technique takes advantage of your competitors to slipstream much like Nascar drivers do. What does that mean? Well, in Nascar (as well as bicycling and other racing sports) each competitor tends to stay right behind the one in front so that they have to deal with less air friction. 

As the first car spends more energy pushing through the air, it creates a slipstream right behind where there is less air density for the next car to push through. This means that the second car has to spend a lot less energy to achieve the same results.

Here is how you use the slipstream to your advantage. The idea is simple. You see your competitors somehow land an article on big sites and get huge coverage. Instead of feeling sad about it, you can use this to your advantage to get coverage for your own business or website as well.

When you see that someone in your niche has gotten a post on a huge site, you learn two things:

This particular site accepts guest posts.
The kind of topics they are looking for in their guest posts.
With this knowledge in hand, you can contact the blog or mainstream media site and pitch them a similar idea for a guest post they will be happy to publish. They already published something similar so you know they would be happy to do so again. There is simply less friction. Just make sure it is not actually the same idea and that it is something similar that will add some value to their site.

Find blogs that are authorities in your niche and take a look at their posts that are guest posts. Make a list of similar ideas you can blog about and send them an outreach email pitching them a one or few of those ideas those ideas. Mention the similar posts already published on their site and tell them why you think your post will be just as good and maybe even better.

3. Link To Bloggers In Your Posts

Link to other bloggers in your post. That’s really all there is to it. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is never linking out. Link out to others in your posts and they will take notice of you, most of them will tweet about your post at the very least. Some of them will even link back to you. This is an easy and free way to get traffic. Just don’t forget about your readers and make sure that the links are relevant.

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