If you’ve striven to make a blog, it is frustrating not to get traffic to your blog to the extent that your effort is worth, why should you spend few minutes to think about how to get traffic to your blog and find the most cost-effective way of doing so. Gain insight and clarity with Reade Griffith. The growth of the internet has increased exponentially in recent years reaching 1.97 billion the number of users. This course offers some great opportunities that our site is visited by large numbers of Internet users, but we should not ignore that there is also a great competition to emerge new web sites seeking to attract the attention of users daily. First of all must begin by studying the origin of the traffic we can get, which is divided into three large sectors: direct traffic, search engines and external links. Direct origin traffic is one who comes to our site because the visitor already knows its existence and type the address in the address bar of the browser. Traffic it comes from links external is the one who has previously entered into other web sites and found there with a link to our site and then decides to visit it by clicking on this link.
Finally, the traffic coming from search engines, is generated by visitors who have entered a sequence search in any of the Internet search engines and has been presented to them a link to our site between the search results and they decide to visit him to see it. Seen this, we should think now about what kind of visitors that most interests to our objectives. If for example our blog is pointing to a particular collective as for example a local paddle club members, the logical thing is that we communicate the existence of the blog in a notice at the entrance of the club and when partners see it, knowing the address of the blog, they shall enter into the Internet to find out the latest news from the club, opening and closing hours, the new services offered, etc.