If you want more traffic and pageviews, read on…  drive more traffic

Did you ever feel discouraged that your latest post didn’t receive thousands of reads from real people?

Please consider this formula:

Quality traffic + valuable product = online success.

From the formula above, you need to understand that no other factor is as important as driving targeted traffic to your content & website.

Most of the time, the ultimate problem that website owners face isn’t lack of quality content, but their inability to reach the right audience at the appropriate time.

If you’re struggling to grow your website or blog, this post is for you. Please read it, think about the 10 ways listed and pick the ones that interest you the most.

I want to show you how to use a single post to get massive traffic. In the mean time, let’s not forget that traffic without a valuable product is a waste.

Every content marketer must own or promote one type of product or the other. Let’s quickly run through the top 10 ways to increase your traffic easily, to/with a single content. Shall we?


1.      First: write epic content

What is epic content?

It’s important to know how to write it, because that’s the first thing which you must do if you want to drive more traffic.

No amount of promotion in the world is going to help you, if you content is mediocre or the same thing as what every blogger has. Start by identifying the problems your ideal customers and readers are facing.

Do you think that they need urgent solutions? Or is the problem manageable?

If they can manage their problems, you can manage your business as well by staying away from such a problem.

Instead, look for a pressing need, research extensively and write content that can inspire your ideal prospect to take action.

The first way to get more visitors to your content and engage them is through epic content. I’ve written about it in the past, but it’s worth reiterating here. Keep reading…


2.      Build a foundation

Let’s assume that you’ve written a good article and wants thousands of people to read it, you’ll now go ahead and map out your clear steps. That’s the foundation of every successful blog.

The action you’re going to take to reach your first 100 views and how you can up those views to 500 and 1000 in 30 days or less.

The foundation is where you specify exactly what you’re going to do to push the single content forward. Remember, the purpose of this post is to help you propagate just “ONE” of your content and get the right eyeballs to actually read it.

The title of the post you intend to promote must be attractive. If after writing the epic content, you discovered that the title isn’t catchy, powerful or enticing, go back and rewrite it before getting promoting it offsite.

According to TED Nicholas, 73% of buying decision is made at the point of the headline.

In other words, the title of content is what determines whether or not you’d get clicks, conversion or engagement. Write 3 – 5 separate titles which are suitable for your epic post. Afterward, select the best and start promoting the content.

Do you want more traffic to your content pages? See this SEO tool.

3.      Have a clear navigation

website menu bar

The first two ways explained above are the TAP ROOT SYSTEM for driving traffic to your website, through a single content.

Now you need to look into your navigation. Since you want more views for a single post or article, you’ll need to showcase it clearly; where people can easily find it.

If you have a blog, add the post page to your menu navigation bar. If the content appears on the same menu with your “home, about page, contact page etc.” it’d be deemed relevant and topmost by search engine spiders, and people alike.

Because the menu bar contains pages that form the foundation of a wordpress site. If you’re skilled at CSS, change the color of your menu, especially the “content page” that you want people to access easily. Use an attractive color like Red, Pink, Orange or Magenta to make it stand out.

The instant you’re able to differentiate that “single” post page from your home, about page and other pages, the more pageviews, and conversions you’d get.


4.      Connect with power users   seth-godin-power-user

Power users are individual bloggers; internet and content marketers who have build strong engagement with their blogs.

You already know because they’re the ones who make six to seven figures annually.

If you’re convinced that you’ve written an article, created a video or recorded a podcast that can benefit their audience, let them know about it. Don’t be a coward!

Don’t just ask power users to share or cite your content and send you free traffic.

It will never work like that. What you must do is recognize that these power users are busy, but very determined to add value to their communities. They need quality and epic content continually.

They might not have the required time to always research and write valuable content, that’s where your content come in.

Kindly highlight the benefits in the content you’re promoting. Ideally, interview power users and when you post the article, ask them to share it. You’ll drive more traffic to your single post.


5.      Enter the conversion

How do you get into the heat of conversion with your single post?

You know that your content is going to benefit majority of those in that conversation – but you don’t know how to get in front of them. The first thing to do is find out where this conversation is happening.

In other words, identify where your ideal customers and potential readers are hanging out day in and day out.

If you wait for them to come to you, it may never happen. Serious conversations are happening on Twitter, discussion boards and other niche targeted forums.

Introduce yourself as someone who really wants to help the community members in your own special way.

Don’t spam forums with your links & anchor texts, but be active and you’ll reap the rewards. Answer questions & threads that are related to ‘single’ content and refer readers to your URL.


6.      Captivate your audience

Who is your audience?

Well, they’re those people; blog readers and visitors who need what you’re selling, or the type of content you’ve written.

For instance, if your website is about printing and graphic designs, then your target audience will be those who want to print books, business cards, customize materials and authors.

For me, my target audience is anyone who runs a website and wants to drive more targeted traffic, build a loyal audience and sell their products without hype or B.S. And that’s the true essence of content marketing.

Using basic persuasion techniques to lead potential buyers down the sales funnel and converting them. Now that you know who your audience is, it’s time to captivate them.

Find out what they need right now, either by asking them questions in your post, or going through the comments they left on your recent post.

Answer their questions clearly and position your share buttons where they can find it.

If the content interests them, they’d share it with other people and who knows, you might generate 100+ visitors from a single tweet. So, how do you build interest?


7.      Intensify their desire

Whose desire are you going to intensify? Bear in mind that engaging people is quite different from building the desire in them.

Most websites and blogs actually are engaging, but the readers most times don’t find the latest posts and articles persuasive enough.

I believe that copywriting has a lot to do in helping you build interest in the hearts of your target audience. When a prospective customer visits your website, he or she would have a lot of questions running through their minds and you must answer those questions.

“Why should I stay and read your post instead of your competitors’?

The problem with content marketing is that there are thousands of articles and blogs already. You’ll need to do an extra job to be able to stand out from the crowd. Give your target audience the strongest reason why they should stay a little longer in your website.

Ask thought-provoking questions and you’ll get a lot of response and tweets. These are social signals which Google and other search engines love.


8.      Become fresh in SERPs    

What do SERPs mean?

Before I answer that question, I need you to understand that search engine traffic is the most targeted form of traffic you can ever get.

Because when someone types and searches for a specific key phrase in Google, that person is already presold either through TV commercials, internet banners, word of mouth, twitter, PPC or media advertising.

The user who is searching for “market samurai” isn’t a total novice to this keyword software. And Google knows that their search database can only be useful if they showcase only relevant pages from a website.

So, SERPs is an acronym for search engine result pages. You see, 95% of the time, Google would only show the exact page that contains the keyword and information you’re searching for – not the homepage.

Google could only show the homepage if that’s the only page that’s index-able and SEO-friendly.

To drive more traffic to your single post, add more SEO juice to it. Use all-in-one-seo pack to add relevant Meta Tags: keywords and description.

It’s better to ask questions in your “description tag” so that when your page appears in Google, people would actually click it.

Build internal links to your “single” content and you’d increase your pageviews & traffic easily.


9.      Remove unnecessary steps

At this juncture, you need to remove unnecessary steps from your “single” post.

You want the right people to share, cite and help promote your content, don’t make it difficult. Minimize the number of out-going links on your post.

Because this is going to send your readers to other blogs, which you may not know the capacity of the owner; in terms of how skilled they’re in converting your referrals to ardent readers and customers.

There is nothing wrong with linking out, but don’t go overboard.

And if you must link out, ensure that the external page opens in a new window or tab. This way, your “single” post would still be read and shared.

But here’s the deal, when you ask people to click a link that you don’t own, there is every tendency that your own content will be abandoned.

You can’t ask them to visit your competitor’s website, and at the same time, ask for a tweet or Google+ share. It’s not going to work that way.

Eliminate all the obstacles that can stand on the way and help your target audience share your posts easily. You’ll generate more targeted traffic by being simple and flexible [tweet this].


10.  Use a twisted comment   twisted comment

You and I know that guest blogging is important.

In this blogging era where the competition is stiff, how do you get in front of your target audience easily.

Because most high-traffic blogs don’t accept guest posts again.

In fact, problogger no longer accepts guest articles from every blogger out there.

If you’re a new blogger, how are you going to survive in this world, where the criteria for getting published in a top blog is high and most times, you can’t reach it with your limited knowledge.


Drive traffic with twisted comments

I’ve discovered a powerful method. It’s called, “twisted comment.” I’m sure you haven’t heard about it before, right? Anyways, it’s simple and could produce 50 – 100 visitors a day for you.

First, identify the blog where you “would” have loved to guest blog. Now let’s agree that you can’t get published there for any reason – what else can you do.

Subscribe to their email list so that you can get updates on new posts. Personally, I’ve subscribed to 3 top blogs and they’re all sending me free traffic daily, through my ‘twisted’ comments.’

After subscribing, you’ll get notified each time a new post is published.

Now, quickly visit the blog, read through the content and make sure you understand what the author is trying to say. Please read the content twice, because it vital that you get the gist.

Don’t strive to be the first commenter, it doesn’t matter when you’re using my “twisted comment” strategy to drive high traffic. But if you’re the first, that would be better.

Now, go ahead, leave a comment that’s lengthy. I mean, your comment should be 200 – 300 words, but this time, tailor it to what the author have written in his post.

Ask questions, share your insights and even share a short story. Remember, the blog in question is high-traffic, but doesn’t accept guest post from strangers. But now, you’ve your guest post, but in a different way.

Make your comment stand out 

stand out in the crowd

Image Source: reliablepayroll

The goal is to make your comment better than every other comment in the list.

Even if your comment appears on the 10 or 50th position, if it’s lengthy (200 words +) and valuable, you’re going to create a strong buzz around your comment and increase your click-through rates.

Remember, you want more targeted traffic to a particular content on your blog. In your comment, use an anchor text that’s relevant to the topic of the post and link to your content URL.

If you can use “twisted comment” on 3 high-traffic blogs, you’ll not only drive 1000+ visitors to your SINGLE post and website weekly, but also, build strong backlinks to your pages.


What else can you do?

If you follow these 10 ways, you can rest assured that within 30 days, the traffic coming to your website through that single post would increase.

When I used this method in 2012, I generated 2062 readers in 3 days and 372 joined my email list. But for this to work, your content must be above the par. It must be epic and keep the reader awake at midnight.


A word of caution: This post didn’t teach you how to drive free traffic to your website per se, but how to promote a single content on your blog and increase its views and engagement.

Do you ever get plan your content before writing it, in other to ensure it drives traffic for you? Please leave a “twisted comment” below and you’ll gain more traffic. You’re Awesome!


Shathyan Raja · August 31, 2013 at 4:35 pm


Driving more traffic in free way is one of the most attractive words to get in more visitors. Each and very online people would love to hear about these terms and check out the ways in which they can promote.

Jefferey · August 31, 2013 at 3:56 am

Wonderful post! We will be linking to this great post on our website.

Keep up the great writing.

Pushpendra Shukla · August 5, 2013 at 8:30 pm

Hello Michael, thank you for this post. You elaborated some fantastic points that should be remembered to increase traffic for blog. Most of the blogger know how to blog but they always worry about how to generate more and more traffic for the blog. Considering your tips this will be an easy and fun task. One thing i would like to say that use of visuals may ease your goal of achieving traffic. As we can see some of the relevant visuals are used in your blog. You are really a great writer. Thanks again for the post. Keep sharing.

vishan sahu · July 26, 2013 at 10:42 am

Hello Michael, thank you for those tips on web traffic generation. I really like the idea of giving value to your visitors and encouraging them to share your single post. That’s a great idea!

yaseenkhan · July 10, 2013 at 1:15 pm

i love your post man, thank you, one think i would like to add, target facebook users, surely it will reach quickly to all user and give more impact and increase traffic.

Daniela · July 2, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Actually #1 point is the most important: the best thing you can do is write epic content, and then traffic will come naturally

Alon Alexander · June 14, 2013 at 9:09 pm

Thank you for sharing such type of blog in website.In all website content is main part of website.Thank you very much.Keep posting more new knowledge.

Andrea Rose · June 7, 2013 at 12:36 pm

thanks for the information Shared, the serp is new to me got idea in that thank you

Praverb · June 6, 2013 at 9:26 pm

This is an excellent post. The thing that stood out to me was the breakdown of what a twisted comment is. I never understood the rationale of being first in terms of commenting. After reading this article I understand the importance.

You stated that twisted comments drive traffic to your site and they should be lengthy. I agree with this statement and I encourage people to take the time to leave valuable comments.

A twisted comment gives the blogger the chance to extend the conversation, showcase expertise, be helpful and even drive traffic.

I am glad that I visited John Chow’s site. I was exposed to your writing prowess.

Thank you Michael!

    content marketing up · June 6, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    I’m glad to welcome you at my blog. Welcome on board.

shane watson · May 28, 2013 at 9:49 am

Thanks for sharing some of the best real and effective ways for diverting real organic traffic towards blog website

himanshu · May 26, 2013 at 8:01 am

Hi Michael i adopted all the above methods but only missed the guestpost then also i am not getting any traffic could u let me knw where i am missing.

Amelie Mark · May 23, 2013 at 12:55 pm

How does a twisted comment help in driving traffic? I would like to understand that better. It could be just what I have been missing all along!

    content marketing up · May 23, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    When you write a valuable comment, link to your recent or popular post. You would get more traffic to your website.

Tasha C. Giles · May 22, 2013 at 2:12 am

This is just the basics of a successful campaign. You need to be able to get all of this research together to form content that your target audience is going to trust. You need to touch them with your words. Once you’ve managed that, you’re half way there to a successful marketing campaign.

Samflora · May 16, 2013 at 9:14 am

Yes, Content is king..After Google panda update It always give priority to content.

Zaman · May 16, 2013 at 6:41 am

thanks for sharing such an awesome article about traffic generation to a single post. Truly inspiring….

Orval · May 16, 2013 at 12:35 am

Michael thanks for sharing your knowledge. I was impressed with driving traffic with twisted comments. Thank you Michael for Good and informative content.

Wilma Robles · May 13, 2013 at 7:24 pm

You want to create separate Gmail campaigns specifically because you are going to use it in a different way than you’d use the regular Content Network. With this tactic, we are going to target very specific keywords that exist in email headlines of your target audience.

Ron David · May 11, 2013 at 12:26 am

Traffic generation is what every blogger and website owner seeks after. Thank you for making this post worth it, and unique from the rest. You’re doing a great job – Michael.

Hardin Montoya · May 10, 2013 at 10:18 pm

Thanks for sharing with us this very useful information. Your post really helped me to understand the Top 10 Ways to Drive More Traffic to a “SINGLE” Content It has great details and yet it is easy to understand. I really like the idea of giving value to your visitors and encouraging them to share your single post.

Blanche Nixon · May 10, 2013 at 4:03 am

When you write about the questions your audience has, you’ll be writing the kind of content that gets shared — the kind of content that attracts traffic.

Disha @ Miami Water Taxi · May 8, 2013 at 7:11 am

write epic content is effective way to drive Traffic. I understand if content is good & relevant to topic than it get valuable & readers like to visit on valuable content.

mr alexis · May 7, 2013 at 7:57 pm

Top 10 Ways to Drive More Traffic to a “SINGLE” Content!!! ths is really great topic. This article is interesting and useful;Most of the time, the ultimate problem that website owners face isn’t lack of quality content, but their inability to reach the right audience at the appropriate time.
If you’re struggling to grow your website or blog, this post is for you. Please read it, think about the 10 ways listed and pick the ones that interest you the most.

Stephen Malan · May 6, 2013 at 10:40 pm

absolutely love the “Twisted Comment” tip. Will be giving that a try

Great idea and thank you for sharing it!

Nasarudin · May 3, 2013 at 1:48 am

Nice information there.. I think i can try some of your tips to drive more traffic to my site.. Thanks

Valentine · May 1, 2013 at 7:23 pm

The only thing i learnt newly today is the twisted comment stuff. Thanks a lot for this new idea.

shane watson · April 30, 2013 at 1:32 pm

This post about sales and marketing is really great. Thanks sharing about this in your content marketing, Michael. I didn’t know what the difference was before coming over to your blog. But now, I know when to sell my product, and when to build relationships.

    content marketing up · April 30, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    Awesome comment Shane. Thank you for reading and leaving a comment.

diseño web · April 29, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Wonderful post, thanks for sharing these tips on how to increase traffic. Perhaps in a future post you could expand on how social media can help increase traffic?

favor gifts · April 28, 2013 at 7:17 am

Nice Article About content, I have found lot of information about content Marketing. Its Just amazing. thanks Again.

Sarah · April 28, 2013 at 4:06 am

Truly great post, Jon. I like the style too, really makes it difficult to get bored while reading. Also, information written makes a lot of sense, especially supported with all these examples. To sum up, one of my favorites post actually, thank you for writing it.
I do have a question though. Isn’t starting with only one social media channel to little? I mean, it will be easier to provide your followers with better-quality content, but running a couple more channel won’t make it much harder. Plus it enables you to work with somewhat bigger audience from the very beginning.

Ashish Kumar · April 27, 2013 at 7:07 pm

Awesome Post and very beneficial for driving traffic to my single post. Thanks again for making out time to write this. This is very nice informative article.

    content marketing up · April 28, 2013 at 8:27 pm

    I welcome your comment with open arms Kumar. Thanks a bunch!

Ansh · April 27, 2013 at 1:20 pm

For me I think even if you write epic content and forget all other factors, you can still drive massive traffic..

    content marketing up · April 28, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    I’ve to agree with you. But if you need to build a profitable online business, you’ve to go beyond quality content, and actually market your website through other mediums. Thanks for reading and contributing to my post.

Oscar · April 27, 2013 at 11:52 am

This is a very useful post Chibuzor. Thanks for this article bro.

Lalita Bisht · April 27, 2013 at 7:31 am

Totally great post MichaelI !! There are so many internet blogs available so that readers and visitors can afford to be choosy. Good and informative content is the foundation of developing a good visitor base. The content you provide is what will keep readers coming back for more. Moreover, interaction with readers is also important.

    content marketing up · April 28, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    Glad you agree with the post and left a valuable comment. You’ve always supported me Bisht, God bless you richly.

James Osborne · April 26, 2013 at 9:18 pm

There is different between traffic generation and people reading your post. There are lot of traffic generation ways that are useless e.g traffic exchange method. The most important thing is for people to read your post and the two important things to do are
1. Very captivating title 2. Content that solve people problem

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 10:44 pm

    Great highlights Osborne. What content marketers need the most is a captivating title and content that solves problem. Thank you so much for contributing.

Mansi Kaul · April 26, 2013 at 12:18 pm

Hello Dear, its very great post about traffic. I’m totally satisfied with your points really. Content is most important part of blogging so write always unique, interesting and meaningful content for your blog to generate free targeted traffic, so thanks for sharing this.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    I agree with your comment. Makes me glad. Thanks a bunch.

Michale Kallis · April 26, 2013 at 11:26 am

Hi Michael, Thanks for sharing great article about how to improve traffic for website or blog. This is very useful information for online review readers. Keep it up such a nice posting like this.

Michale Kallis.

Mr. Alexis · April 26, 2013 at 11:22 am

Driving more traffic to single content is really interesting!!! There are ways to do this.And the following formula is so good Quality traffic + valuable product = online success.This is really great formula!! It is interesting and important.Thank you for sharing this precious article.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 3:59 pm

    I’m glad that you like the formula for success. Thanks Alexis.

Christine · April 26, 2013 at 6:29 am

Awesome post Michael….depending on a single source for driving traffic is definitely not the best solution for a website. Making use of social media is one of the best mode to drive traffic. I am totally agree with you that we have to update our blog regularly to increase our blog traffic but I think building links with other blogs either by commenting or by guest posting is also an important factor to drive more traffic to our blog which you didn’t mentioned above. Thanks for sharing this post.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    I’ve to agree with you Christine. Social media marketing is equally crucial in today’s content marketing world.

Shawn Campbell · April 26, 2013 at 5:37 am

tons of traffic for phrases I didn’t specifically target. This is known as getting the long tail. Jakob Nielsen demonstrates this in graphical form by showing how most sites could easily enjoy more traffic simply by adding content.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:02 pm

    You can say that again – long tail keywords are powerful traffic generators.

Ashish Kumar · April 26, 2013 at 3:16 am

Nice post and really useful informative article. thanks for sharing the useful information on traffic generation to a single post.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    Kind regards Kumar and I appreciate your honest comment.

John Gibb · April 25, 2013 at 7:37 pm

hey Michael,

what an inspiring post.

I like your twisted comment approach… I have a similar method myself, I call it premium comments…. this is where I spend 15 minutes reading a blog post, and write a meaty comment… Now, I want to ask you something:

You’ve said… “In your comment, use an anchor text that’s relevant to the topic of the post and link to your content URL”…

Could you give us/me an example of how are you doing that? As we both know some bloggers aren’t accepting links within their comments (particularly if they’re personal or self-promotional), not to mention anchor text. It’s the first time I’m hearing such.

How can one enter anchor text in a commenting form, is there a code or something? I now see your form has HTML tags and attributes, but not all have. Or, am I just unaware of it?

I cannot wait to hear what you have to say, as I find your approach challenging and exciting at the same time… best!

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    Hey Gibb, good to have you here. Yes, I’ve used the twisted comments on smartpassiveincome as well as thinktraffic. But accept html codes for your anchor, but don’t spam their box.

    The code to use is < a href=" ">content < /a>. Did you see that

Okto · April 25, 2013 at 3:49 pm

Hi Michael,

Great tips. I like the twisted comments idea. In fact that’s what I’ve done to promote my blogs since day 1 I blog. From my experience, most traffic to a single post happens if our post on the same topic. In this matters, comluv enabled blogs helps a lot. Though it’s hard to predict what others going to post that match with our latest post.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    Glad to know you’ve been using the “twisted comment” strategy before.

Bineeta · April 25, 2013 at 11:56 am

Thanks for the tips you shared for the traffic to a single post.Really considerable and good post, I really appreciate you effort and interest in this area.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    Thank you so much for the comment friend. I hope to read from you always.

Harlfow · April 25, 2013 at 10:07 am

It’s a niche post on generating traffic to a single post Michael. Thanks for sharing love with us on the importance of quality content, above all other things.

Joe Hart · April 25, 2013 at 9:48 am

Hi Michael, I think connecting with power users to promote your content is by far the best promotional idea of present time…With SEO declining ( or taking strange turns on its path), a different model for traffic needs to be in place..Mutual promotion can go a long way if both parties maintain quality and trust..Good luck..Cheers.

    content marketing up · April 26, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    Hey Hart, yes, power users can bring so much traffic to a single post. I hope to see you more often.

Tayyub Styles · April 24, 2013 at 8:17 am

Nice and super these ten tips. These tips are really so amazing and informative for me. Thanks for sharing this.

Stafford Henson · April 23, 2013 at 8:46 pm

I really enjoyed this post! Great post for bloggers who want to increase traffic to his blog. Writing Good Content and social networking is the best way to increase web traffic. Thanks very much for your useful advice.

    content marketing up · April 23, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    I wrote the post to help bloggers drive more targeted traffic to their single posts. I’m glad you benefited from the post.

Shakil · April 23, 2013 at 4:44 pm

Thanks for sharing your good tips about web traffic.

mr alexis · April 23, 2013 at 2:17 pm

Writing good and quaified content is needed for the success of any blog.But it is not the only needed element reaching the right audience at the appropriate time is also needed!!!
Thank for this precious article.It is really important

    content marketing up · April 23, 2013 at 9:56 pm

    Quality content is always the #1 factor for traffic generation. Glad you enjoyed the post.

Robert · April 23, 2013 at 2:10 pm

“Most of the time, the ultimate problem that website owners face isn’t lack of quality content, but their inability to reach the right audience at the appropriate time.”This is so true.If we don’t reach the right audience at the appropriate time we don’t achieve any goal!!!

Danilo Petrozzi · April 23, 2013 at 12:25 pm

I totally agree with you, expecially when you talk about SEO.
Good SEO activities can drive a huge amount of traffic!

Evan · April 23, 2013 at 7:39 am

Write epic content is a good advice, + to it killing title would be good also. The topic of driving content to your blog is not actually new but you’ve managed to write it in a fresh and interesting way, that is worth reading. Thanks for sharing your ideas) i appreciate it greatly!

    content marketing up · April 23, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    Powerful headline is a key factor for driving targeted traffic. Thank you so much.

Paban · April 22, 2013 at 11:32 pm

Innovative strategy to deal with social media. Much Appreciated !
After doing a long time blogging without social media now, I am trying this field so each and every tip regarding social media is very important to me. And I am getting very positive results.
Thanks for this tip too. I will implement it.

    content marketing up · April 23, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    Social signal is what Google and other search engines are looking for in this age. I hope you’d implement my tips.

Bnik · April 22, 2013 at 8:32 pm

Great statements you’ve pointed out above. Definitely gonna use them next time i write something for my blog. Thanks for the tips and I’m looking forward to see more great stuff on this site 😉

Mourmita · April 22, 2013 at 12:53 pm

hi michel…i really like your blog.i am working as a content writer in a company and i got to know many information about traffic generation to a single content..but michael i have a question related to content that in todays fast pace generation are article writing helps to drive huge traffic or effective in the world of internet marketing like it was before???

    content marketing up · April 22, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    Article writing is still effective, but you must do it well. The traditional article marketing no longer works.

Jana · April 22, 2013 at 12:12 pm

There are many different way to drive referral traffic to your website.Like
#1.Directory submission
#2.Good article submission
#4.Social network.
In recent days social networking site are more involving to drive traffic to your website.Because billions of people are using social networking sites.Incoming days Google Plus Exchange will be the hero in driving traffic to your website

George · April 22, 2013 at 7:50 am

Hi Michael,

Your post really helped me to understand the Top 10 Ways to Drive More Traffic to a “SINGLE” Content It has great details and yet it is easy to understand. That’s what I was looking for. I will definitely share it with others.

    content marketing up · April 22, 2013 at 9:50 am

    If you meant what you just said, I appreciate your comment.

      George · April 22, 2013 at 10:28 am

      Yeah dude!!! Agree with all your points
      Some types of content are naturally more shareable than others. For example, infographics, in-depth tutorials, embeddable images and widgets, research reports, videos, and ebooks are all easily shareable. People like visual stimuli, so images are important to give your blog content a chance to be shared and linked to again and again.

        content marketing up · April 22, 2013 at 5:28 pm

        You’re so right George. I appreciate your honest comment.

Sofiya · April 22, 2013 at 7:04 am

Hey Michael, thank you for those tips on web traffic generation. I really like the idea of giving value to your visitors and encouraging them to share your single post. That’s a great idea!

Suresh · April 22, 2013 at 2:28 am

Hi michael, you give me a right procces to drive more tarrfic I’m always reading your blog and each time, I find new tips thank you very much.
I have many pr1 blog URLS and read them all but yours is the best best.

Carl · April 21, 2013 at 5:55 am

I think that process should be a bit more straight forward. Throwing that much marketing efforts on a single article might be dangerous and total waste of time. Content – article, image or video might become viral or might not, it is always 50/50.

    content marketing up · April 21, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    I think there is need to promote your single content and drive traffic to it. I don’t really agree in 50/50 per se.

Kingsley Agu · April 20, 2013 at 3:20 pm

I love your post bro.
I actually could have easily targeted driving content to specific posts, but you’re quite right – top blogs don’t accept any longer as they once used to accept.

I’ll try out this “twisted comment” strategy of yours; I want to see how it really goes in the end.

    content marketing up · April 20, 2013 at 5:04 pm

    Give it a try and let me know what your experiences are. I appreciate your comment Agu.

Kuldeep Kumar · April 20, 2013 at 1:10 pm

Yes, with your tips, any hard working content marketer can drive traffic to a single post easily. Thank you so much Michael.

    content marketing up · April 20, 2013 at 5:05 pm

    You’re most welcome Kumar. I like your comment a lot.

    Senorita · April 30, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    Thanks Michael for sharing with us this very useful information. And I also agree with Kuldeep. Your tips are of great help for driving traffic to the site. Certainly, in this cut throat competitive market , it is very essential to stand out of the crowd. And a unique,attractive & quality content or a comment can help to do so. I especially liked your twisted comments concept. Its really interesting and useful enough to drive high traffic.

Saanvi · April 20, 2013 at 7:08 am

Excellent post Michael. I like the style too, really makes it difficult to get bored while reading. Also, information written makes a lot of sense, especially supported with all these examples. To sum up, one of my favorites post actually, thank you for writing it.
I do have a question though. Isn’t starting with only one social media channel to little? I mean, it will be easier to provide your followers with better-quality content, but running a couple more channel won’t make it much harder. Plus it enables you to work with somewhat bigger audience from the very beginning.

    content marketing up · April 20, 2013 at 8:17 am

    Thank you very much Saanvi. Glad you benefited from the post.

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