7 Ways You Can Increase Your Blog Traffic Using Google

I thought this was an interesting post, I’m always up for finding ways to increase traffic and find ways to make my blog more accessible. Still in the early stages of my blog, I’ve been quick to follow the visit, comment, share and reblog method that has shown me some decent success. But I’d be willing to give this a try. Anyone have success with it? ….although I feel silly googling myself lol.

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You can increase your traffic by following the tips in this post. Photo Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/zoonabar/

Do you feel your blogging or other writing efforts are going unnoticed?  Do you feel you are speaking, but no one is listening?

If you ever feel like the narrator of Simon and Garfunkle’s The Sound of Silence, when he says,

Hear my words that I might teach you…
But my words, like silent raindrops fell,

there is a solution, and this post will explain it.

Google can put you on the first page of their search engine so people can find you and hear your message.

Have you heard that Google is going to take over the world one day?  Huffington Post author Tammy Bleck fromWitty Woman Writing did.  She’s the one who told me.  If you want Google to be your friend when they take over the world,  they have to notice…

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3 Responses to 7 Ways You Can Increase Your Blog Traffic Using Google

  1. Janice Wald says:

    Hi!
    Thank you so much for reblogging my post. I hope your followers enjoy it. I’m clicking “notify me of new comments…” so I can see what they think.
    Thank you as well for following my blog. I am honored. Nice to meet you.
    Janice

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  2. This is very interesting. I’m not familiar with sharing on WordPress, I have a lot to learn. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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