All of these strategies are working GREAT right now (in 2019).
With that, here are the strategies that you’re going to learn about:
- 1. The “Upside Down” Guest Post
- 2. Overhaul & Upgrade Old Blog Posts
- 3. Use “Click to Tweet” Links
- 4. Optimize Your Content With LSI Keywords
- 5. Get More Traffic From Your Blog Posts With “Content Transformation”
- 6. Go On Podcasts
- 7. Promote Your Site With Blogger Outreach
- 8. The Content Relaunch Strategy
- 9. Create Content That Appeals to Influencers
- 10. Share Videos On LinkedIn
- 11. Host a Giveaway Contest
- 12. Add “Share Triggers” To Your Content
- 13. Retarget Visitors With Facebook Ads
- 14. Reduce Your Bounce Rate
- 15. Publish Long-Form Content
- 16. Optimize for Google’s Mobile-First Index
- 17. Create an Active YouTube Channel
- 18. Publish Viral Content
- 19. Promote Blog Posts and Videos on Quuu
- 20. Republish Old Articles on LinkedIn
- 21. Use a “Question Analyzer” To Create Insanely Useful Content
- 22. Add Enticing Content To Social Media Posts
- 23. Improve Your Organic Click-Through-Rate
- 24. Publish More List Posts
- 25. Steal Your Competitors’ Traffic Sources
- 26. Drive Traffic To Your Website From Forums
- 27. Syndicate Your Content on Medium
- Bonus Strategy #1: Post On Social Media at Strategic Times
- Bonus Strategy #2: Find More Keywords With “Keywords Everywhere”
Why are links still so important?
To understand that, you’ll need to hop in your Delorean and go back to the pre-Google days of the internet.
Back in the day, search engines like Yahoo! and Alta Vista (remember them?) were the dominant players. And they ranked their search results 100% based on the content on a webpage.
Their now-famous PageRank Algorithm changed the game. Instead of simply analyzing the content of a page, Google looked at how many people linked to that page.
And they were right. Nearly 20 years later, links are STILL the best way to determine the quality of a webpage. That’s why backlinks remain Google’s go-to ranking signal.
That said, thanks to updates like Google Penguin, Google now focuses on link quality (not just link quantity).
You might be wondering:
What is a high-quality link, exactly? And how do I build them?
That’s what I’m going to cover in the rest of this guide.
32 Best Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website (Increase Blog Traffic) in 2019
So, what does it take to get ready to drive traffic?
My first four strategies to drive traffic to your website are very foundation, and implementing these best practices are what will position you to actually experience a stronger return from the rest of these ways to drive traffic to your website that we’re covering today.
These are the steps you need to take in order to make sure you’re prepared (and deserving of) all that traffic you want to drive, in the first place.
By Ryan Robinson