Are You Driving Traffic To Your Blog Or Sitting In A Traffic Jam?

I’ve been blogging for over three years now.  It wasn’t until a year ago that I started to become more serious. Getting noticed was hard.  Was it the content in my articles?  Was it the boaring words putting potential new readers to sleep? 

Pinpointing the problems wasn’t easy as a new blogger until I found a group called the Power Affiliate Club Becoming A PAC Expert Author has given me the opportunities to explore more topics, gain a better understanding of using certain techniques to gain more followers.

An article by PAC Founder and Expert Author Lesly Frederic, RN It’s Not Enough To Just Have A Blog brings things into focus for writing your blog.  In it she writes; 

You Already Have An Audience 

Surround yourself with the audience you develop because they like you and LIKE your personality.

I’ve learned alot from Lesly Frederic and the Power Affiliate Club authors and social media communities. Plugging into other blogging communities has changed my perspective on using long tail keywords as explained in this article by Robin Khokhar.  Another blogger who is making a difference. 

Plugging In

Plug yourself into other writing social media groups.  I know I talk alot about PAC, I must because of know one spreads the word how can a community grow. 

Another group is the Blogging Syndication Tribe on Facebook. 

This is a closed group and you must ask to join.  

In closing seek those who want to see you achieve success.  Hang with like minded people.  You’re not going to be liked by everyone.  I’m not liked by everyone.  That’s alright with me! 

I’d rather attract traffic to my site with people seeking to be coached infamy areas then be the top and biggest thing on the internet. 

Has this post helped you?

Please leave a comment. 

As always GAIN THE ADVANTAGE, 

Alicia Osmera 

 

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14 thoughts on “Are You Driving Traffic To Your Blog Or Sitting In A Traffic Jam?

  1. I have only been blogging for a few months, and I already have 350 followers. I know it’s not a high number, but it makes me happy people enjoy my ramblings.

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  2. Hey Alicia, as a PAC member I know exactly how you feel. The support of a blogging community has been key to me being inspired and continuing to write these past years. Supporting each other is rewarding in many ways.

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  3. Hello Alicia! Great post my friend! I have belonged to a few blogging communities in the past but none like PAC. Just as you have shared here, Lesly has done an AMAZING job with this.

    This is such an amazing way to drive traffic to your blog HUH?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Chery :))

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  4. Well said Alicia! I’ll just add my agreement that PAC is a terrific community. As far as traffic goes, that’s a topic near and dear to any serious blogger. I belong to three blogging communities and have made some wonderful friends and participated in several collaborative projects, so I’m a big believer in the power of groups!

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  5. Hi Alicia,

    I can only second everything you have said about PAC – it’s a great community. Thanks for your tip about the Blogging Syndication Tribe, I’ll ask to join – you have never have too many blogging friends.

    Joy – Blogging After Dark

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  6. Hi Alicia..
    Thank you for the shout out! Appreciate it 🙂 I think this is the BEST way to build your blog traffic by promoting others and joining communities like you mentioned.. You have come a long way!! So glad PAC has been helpful 🙂

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  7. Hi Alicia,
    Have to agree with you PAC is by far the best community! And yes traffic & syndication for bloggers are the only way to get some results.
    Thank you for sharing!

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