Fuck it! Let’s do it. How To Boost Your Blog Like A Pro?

Fuck it! Let’s do it. How To Boost Your Blog Like A Pro?


How are you doing?

And more importantly how your blog is doing?

In our last outing on blogging, I spoke about how to setup your blog like a pro in 30 minutes or less and thank you all those who wrote to me and sent me your thoughts on how that short outing of mine is helping you in achieving your goal.

But, as a Blogger and a Digital Marketer, I know that setting up a blog is the easiest thing to do.

The tougher part is;

•        Getting traffic.
•        Getting people interested in what you are writing.
•        Gaining Attention.
•        Getting Business.
•        Meeting People.
•        Growing and Learning.

That is why this book.

Here, we will specifically talk about the tips, tricks and tactics for skyrocketing your blog traffic.

Before anything else,

Do not forget to claim your gift.

And before we do anything, let’s talk about the most unlikely person whom you can look up to for creating gems out of ordinary stuff.

Stephen King.

I am a big fan of his writings but my views changed when I read his ultimate creation – “On Writing”. Those pages truly explains the genius of this man.

Don’t believe me then believe the man himself through his words.

This guy has an acute sense of how to write and how to write better.

Since Blogging is all about putting your emotions and feelings out there through words, it makes perfect sense to read once, what this guy has to say about writing.

1. When you write a story, you’re telling yourself the story. When you rewrite, your main job is taking out all the things that are not the story.

2. Timid writers like passive verbs for the same reason that timid lovers like passive partners. The passive voice is safe.

3. The adverb is not your friend. Avoid adverbs, especially after “he said” and “she said.”

4. The object of fiction isn’t grammatical correctness but to make the reader welcome and then tell a story.

5. If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.

6. If you intend to write as truthfully as you can, your days as a member of polite society are numbered, anyway.

7. TV---while working out or anywhere else---really is about the last thing an aspiring writer needs.

8. Whether it’s a vignette of a single page or an epic trilogy like ‘The Lord of the Rings,’ the work is always accomplished one word at a time.

9. There’s should be no telephone in your writing room, certainly no TV or videogames for you to fool around with.

10. One cannot imitate a writer’s approach to a particular genre, no matter how simple what that writer is doing may seem.

11. Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler’s heart. Kill your darlings.

12. The research shouldn’t overshadow the story. 

13. You learn best by reading a lot and writing a lot, and the most valuable lessons of all are the ones you teach yourself.

14. Writing isn’t about making money, getting famous, getting dates, getting laid or making friends. Writing is magic, as much as the water of life as any other creative art. The water is free. So drink.

Now back to your blog and its traffic.

Hubspot, one of the authorities in Inbound Marketing, says that companies that blog get 97% more customer generated or inbound links.

Luckily for both if us, we already know blogging is valuable, which is why we already have one and in some cases more than one.

But, if no one is visiting your blog article, than how do you think you are going to generate traffic or even sales?
Don’t be sad. It is not the end of your blog.

But instead revamp your tactics. Revive your blog.

The tactics in this book will help you like hell in getting your blog the traffic it deserves.

Check the book here: 

Fuck it! Let’s do it. How To Boost Your Blog Like A Pro?

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