From 0 to 100,000 monthly visitors: How to Grow Your blog posts?
From 0 to 100,000 monthly visitors: How to Grow Your blog posts?

Your daily habits determine whether or not you succeed or not.

I believe that this post will change your ideas.  To build a blog from zero visits per month to 100,000 visitors per month, I'll discuss the everyday habits you'll need to create to achieve this.

Let's imagine you're starting a brand new blog today and you have no idea where to begin. You've got your WordPress blog set up and ready to go. Now what? The topic you've chosen is one you're passionate about. Nevertheless, you'll need a road map to get there. This site has the potential to become one of the most popular blogs on the subject.

A ROCK STAR BLOGGER can be achieved by following only two simple steps.

In what ways may you become an authority figure in your chosen field? How do you establish yourself as a leader in your industry? You need to build regular habits that will help you get from 0 to 100,000 visitors per month to your site. As it turns out, the answer is really straightforward. In reality, it's stupidly simple. Most people fail because of this. It's overly simplistic. They believe that it must be far more difficult than it appears to be at first glance. I think it should be more complicated. There have to be more pieces to the puzzle and more steps to complete the task at hand Entrepreneurs tend to overcomplicate things. Achieving any specific objective requires breaking down the process of achieving the goal into small daily routines. Just two elements are required to create a successful blog.

1. Creating content

2.Promote the content you've created

It's that simple. Simply because something is basic does not indicate that it is straightforward. For each one of these steps, there are several different components. For a popular blog to take off, you must first generate amazing material and then promote that content.

Even though it seems like common sense, it's remarkable how many people overthink it. Focus is one of the most important aspects of building a popular blog. It's because they move from one strategy to another, never settling on a single route of brilliance. It's the simple, daily routines that add up over time that they miss out on.

If you want to expand your blog from 0 to 100,000 visitors per day, what do you need to do every day (Monday through Sunday)?

Of course, the first step is to create content. That includes articles, podcasts, infographics, and emails, to name a few possibilities. Your material must be entertaining and valuable to your readers, as well as solving a specific problem for them, regardless of the sort of medium you use.

Researching popular articles on websites like Topsy and will show you that the most popular blog entries are usually between 2,000 and 3,000 words. Untold numbers of individuals publish 500-word blogs and wonder why they're not getting anywhere. It's because they're competing with thousands of other blog entries that are published every single day that their traffic isn't increasing. Obviously, a 500-word post won't cut it!

It's time to create some EPIC content.

Create spectacular material if you want to stand out in the blogosphere. A 2,000 to 3,000-word post is considered to be long, interesting, and educational. Include a variety of media types in each blog article you write. You can upload images and videos, as well as Slideshare presentations and animated gifs to your site. Rather than a single, large text block, the content is divided up into paragraphs with plenty of white space and rich media interlaced to add additional value and make the story shine.

Your movies and SlideShare presentations don't have to be your own work. As a result, you've been aided by thousands of individuals. You can just focus on generating amazing content and then discover relevant videos and SlideShare presentations to weave into your piece, or you can combine the two methods.

As a result, the first stage is to produce epic content. The question is then, how can we make this a daily habit? To create spectacular content daily, what can you do every day? The fact that your blog is constantly expanding?

Discover the boring secret to success...

As a general rule, I recommend that you write 1,000 words a day. You'll need a large wall calendar and a red marker for this project. For every 1,000 words written, I want you to put a huge "X" in the box next to it. That way, I know that you've fulfilled your most essential assignment for the day. Creating new content every single day is essential if you want to be a successful blogger. In this way, you can create momentum. Because that's the only way you can establish authority, traffic, and an army of loyal followers.

Of course, the next step is to promote that content. In other words, it doesn't really matter whether you're the finest content creator on the internet. The best essay ever written on the internet could be hidden if you don't promote it.

Therefore, your second most crucial responsibility is to promote that particular content you have created. As a new blogger, you should aim for an 80:20 ratio. 20 percent of your time should be spent on content creation. At least 80 percent of your time should be dedicated to publicizing such a product. It is recommended that if you spend an hour developing content, you spend four hours promoting it. Particularly when you're just starting. When you're first getting started, the promotion side is MUCH more crucial. Because you have no audience when you're just getting started. There isn't a list.

A Snowball Will Roll in Just 3-6 Months...

Once you start publishing material, your fan base, Twitter followers, Facebook fans, and Google+ followers will begin to grow. It is also vital to note that you will begin to increase your email subscriber list.

There will be new leverage points available once you've been blogging for 3 to 6 months. It's important to know how to swiftly and easily distribute a new blog article to your existing audience.

At first, there isn't a fan base. There's more work to be done to get traction. It's time to start the snowball rolling! You'll find that it gets easier and easier as you build momentum. With each new piece of content, you create your fan base increases.

Which part is my favourite? Publicity for Your Work

Exactly how do you go about promoting yourself and your work? In my own opinion, social media is one of the best. Use social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus to share your content with the world

Blogger outreach, on the other hand, is my all-time favorite. You'll need to email 20, 30, 40, or 50 connected bloggers after hitting the publish button on your blog's epic post. Personalized and engaging emails regarding your latest blog posts should be sent to each person.

This is by far one of the most effective strategies to promote your content on social media. With our recent piece of content, we contacted just 20 people, and that resulted in more than 1,000 site visitors. Not even that many emails are required. Your blog posts will be shared by other bloggers on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus if you've written a truly amazing piece of work and sent out some fun and personalized emails to your readers. As a result, it is one of the fastest ways to gain traction and grow your following.

Unfortunately, for the majority of individuals, it is a source of dread. Just thinking about emailing someone and the risk of being rejected makes most individuals quake in their boots! They can't move forward because of their dread.

There's great potential here for you because no one else is doing it! No one else is actually creating great content and promoting it by sending short and tailored emails to 50+ related bloggers, and no one else is doing it as well.

It's also a terrific way to develop long-term partnerships. Let's face it, spending all day in front of a computer can be a little lonely. This game is much more enjoyable when you have a group of blogging pals you can communicate with and bounce ideas off of. Don't be scared to call out to someone you know. By far, it's one of the best things you can do to expand your business and have more fun at the same time.

It's now possible to promote audio material on sites like iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher Radio if you're a podcaster or audio content creator.

Use Facebook Ads - my new favourite traffic strategy!

Investing in your content and growing your business is what I am talking about. It's amazing to me how many individuals are unwilling to spend money on advertising. When it comes to actually grow their business, they won't spend a dollar.

Facebook advertising will accomplish just that for you. They'll do it at a reasonable price and on time. The best part is that it doesn't require a lot of money to get started. Promote your latest blog post for $10 or $20. Your initial few hundred visitors will arrive as a result of this. This is especially true if you've developed spectacular material, as we've been discussing. Thousands of additional (FREE) visitors will be attracted to your site by people clicking the "Like" and "Share" buttons. As a result of your efforts, it's absolutely free. Everything else is up to you. Just make sure you've got outstanding material. Spend $10, $20, or $30 on Facebook advertising to get things moving. As a result, your blog's traffic will expand quickly.

Now... let's get back to our everyday routines. All of your business's critical tasks should be performed consistently, day after day, week after week Write 1,000 words per day. Get your huge wall calendar. Mark each day that you write 1,000 words per day.

As a top blogger, this is vitally crucial. Then there's the issue of promoting the content. If I wanted to, I could state that I'm going to make it a daily practice to spend an hour advertising my material every day. What a great result! But to be honest, it's not really specific.

Must be a habit that can be tracked and tracked again.

Do something particular that you can measure the outcomes of. Every day, I write 1,000 words. Those things are quantifiable, after all. You have to pay attention to the finer details. Content promotion is another area where we'd like to be more targeted. Daily, what can you do to make sure that you have a growing audience, a growing blog, and a growing email subscriber list?

Let's make it a daily habit. How about one Facebook post per day? It's quantifiable and precise. Checking that item off the list is a simple matter to accomplish. As a bonus, it's quantifiable! Each day, you can log on to Facebook and post your message. When it's all said and done, you'll be able to see exactly what happened. Was it popular? How many likes did it receive? How many people actually noticed that post on Facebook? I'm curious as to how many shares it received. How many visitors went to your blog after clicking on the link in that post? A lot of Facebook's features can be quantified or tracked. Creating daily habits begins with establishing a routine. This means that they MUST be able to be measured.

Google Plus will be our next content promotion habit, with one post a day scheduled. You can easily track the results of this activity. That's important. There are about 10 tweets every day on Twitter. The number of clicks generated by those 10 postings may be determined with exactitude. It's possible to automate the loading of 70 tweets for the entire week by doing this task as a batch procedure. BufferApp, for example, allows you to schedule all of your articles on Monday and have them drip-fed over the course of the week. That way, you may utilize the rest of the week to concentrate on other high-impact activities.

Blogger outreach is another one of my favorites that we discussed. Can we make that habit quantifiable?

Please send ten briefs, engaging and personalized emails per day to bloggers who are in the same field as you! As soon as the day ends, I know that I'm going to have to send out 10 emails. It's a habit. Doing it every day is the only way to get better, the only way to achieve mastery.

But don't forget to have fun along the way. Be sure to have fun with it. Don't forget to personalize it! Another thing that motivates us to work hard is the fact that our business is built on something we are passionate about. Constructing the kind of life and business that makes your heart sing! Remember to enjoy the journey instead of getting bogged down in the responsibilities.

If you like this content. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, please let me know in the comments section below. You're free to do whatever you want! If you have any thoughts or suggestions about how to improve this podcast, please let me know!

How to grow your blog's audience faster:

Begin establishing frequent relationships with other bloggers.
Help the top blogs in your niche by contributing.
Invite other bloggers to join your tribe on Triberr!
Publish material that your target audience will want to read and share with their friends.
Using these strategies, you may encourage social sharing.

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