Blog Traffic Siphon System

Hey everyone,

Got an interesting letter from the inbox regarding getting traffic to your blog. Because of the way you’ll get this traffic I’m calling it the blog traffic siphon system. Here’s how it works:

1. Locate at least 5-7 blogs that rank equal or higher then you. If need be use related keywords for your niche to find authority blogs that rank well.

2. Bookmark these blogs you have located and visit them on a daily basis. It is recommend that you subscribe to their feed via RSS reader. The goal is  to learn when a new post was published on these blogs and do it as fast as possible. Each time a new post is created – visit the blog and make a great comment. Make sure that it is relevant to the post and adds true value. Best if you manage to be one of the first 10 comments to get the greatest benefits.

3. Make sure to comment on a daily basis and in return you will receive high quality visitors and subscribers. In many cases you will steal these subscribers from your competition.

It’s a pretty simple system that will take a little time and effort, but it will definitely increase traffic to your blog.

Try it and let me know how it works out for you.

To your success,

Nando

2 Responses to “Blog Traffic Siphon System”

  • Jens Schulze on January 24, 2009

    Do you think its really worthy? To test it, you should use a URL with some parameter to track your new visitors ;).

    perhaps i ll try it on a new Blog

  • nando on January 26, 2009

    Hi Jens,

    Sorry for the late reply. As far as this method goes, it’s a great way to tap into established subscriber bases.

    It doesn’t have to be the only traffic method you use, but it you are tapping into high traffic blogs in your niche, than you are virtually dipping your net into a targeted traffic source.

    As I mentioned in the post it will take effort, but it’s the same method I’ve used to get this blog off the ground and yes tracking your links is a great idea.

    If you’re running a self hosted wp blog you can monitor where you’re traffic is coming from in your cpanel.

    Again, if you can work it into your schedule with your other traffic methods, the snowball effect can make it more than worth your while.

    Thanks for commenting and let me know how it works out for you.

    Nando

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