You don’t need traffic…
What you need is the right kind traffic…and lots of it.
Traffic that shares
Traffic that engages
Traffic that converts to subscribers
Traffic that buys
So, what do most people do?
They get on social media. They pour their heart into writing blog posts.
Then they spend hours trying to figure out how to attract any traffic. Because at this point, anything is better than crickets, right?
But, no, nothing. No pageviews, no email sign ups, no notifications that someone bought through your affiliate link.
You’re doing everything, but nothing is working.
You keep hearing from top bloggers how much income they are earning from their blog, but no matter how hard you try at blogging, you see nothing.
You’re failing and you know it.
I’ve been blogging for fun and blogging for money for several years and during this time I learned the exact recipe to having a successful blog.
You need targeted traffic. This is the base of your blog. Without it, your blog won’t soar.
You need a fan base. This is your loyal audience that’s got your back.
You need an engaging blog that’s sticky and oh-so-sweet to read.
But, what are the steps to getting that type of blog?
It’s time to get your blog noticed. This is the path you want someone to take:
They find your pin on Pinterest
They click to read your post
They leave a comment and share the post
They sign up to your email list
They open every email, trust you and says yes to anything you recommend
That’s the reason you need the right traffic.
Not traffic that bounces.
Not traffic that skims your post and never comes back.
Not traffic that reads your money-making posts and doesn’t buy.
You need the right people coming to your blog, find it so valuable that they subscribe to your blog, and trust you enough to buy whatever you recommend.
But, you’re doing it all wrong!
Let me ask you this:
After you started your blog, learned from every guru out there, what’s the main take away you gathered about blogging?
Can I guess it was SEO?
Search Engine Optimization.
While most new bloggers are concerned about SEO and getting the right keywords for Google, I was focused on an entirely different strategy to get blog traffic.
I was building a trusted site.
Don’t get me wrong. I love SEO, but I do it in a slightly different (and very effective) way
Because if you don’t already know, your blog is for your audience, not for Google.
As a freelance writer who gets paid to write traffic-generating content, my clients don’t tell me to use SEO or certain keywords.
They give me a topic and I write an engaging blog post for them, because they know the secret.
They know that if you put out valuable posts that talk about products, tools or topics in a natural way, Google will learn that your blog is a trusted site.
This helps with ranking in Google and getting on the top of the search engine results page.
My clients’ posts rank on Google, and my blog posts rank too.
The key isn’t trying to find the right keyword or long tail keyword for your blog post so that Google recognizes it; it’s the other way around.
The key is to find the right blog topics, write an engaging and shareable post and earn the trust from your audience.
But, what if you have no idea where to find your audience?
Can I tell you another secret?
You think YOU need to find your audience, but really, it’s your audience that needs to find YOU.
Why chase traffic when you can attract traffic?
I was just like you.
I started Twins Mommy in an over-saturated niche: mom blogging and making money.
I started out without an audience, without a social media presence in this niche and without many blog posts (I started Twins Mommy with only one blog post).
Within the first three months of starting my blog, I grew my blog by 310%
And I continued to grow my pageviews by 60% in one month to generating 10k pageviews in one month.
That’s not all.
Because I built a solid foundation of attracting traffic and a fan base with my audience, I was able to convert my traffic from readers to buyers.
In one month the blog went from $200/month profit to $2k/month profit.
And now it’s close to $4k/month profit!
On a new blog that’s barely a year old.
But, I bet I know what you’re thinking,
Elna, you’ve been blogging for years, you’ve made money as a freelance writer. I’m brand new to blogging. How can I get that much traffic to my new blog?
I get you.
I would be asking the same question.
So, I wanted to see if my methods for bringing targeted traffic could work again.
I decided to conduct a little experiment
This time: no social media presence, no social media friends, and with a brand new blog.
And, guess what?
It totally worked!
I started a new blog in another over-saturated niche – the parenting/lifestyle niche. This blog is barely a few months old and it already has multiple viral pins.
This new blog only has a handful of posts and it’s already generating income for me.
I developed a blog recipe to explode my blog traffic and income. I used my experience, learned from my mistakes, and figured out the right ingredients and the right amounts for traffic.
And you know what? This blueprint works for any niche and for any new blog.
Introducing Ready Set Blog for Traffic
The only plan to skyrocket your blog traffic and earn some blog-mazing cash.
Hold up. Do you see the connection?
To reach the income that you want from your blog, you need traffic.
That’s the beginning step and the focus you have to do if you have a new blog.
There’re two ways to start getting traffic to your blog
Do it alone. You spend hours learning everything there is about Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram, but then end up investing your money in the wrong tools and courses, get overwhelmed real fast and start to doubt if making money from blogging really works.
Take a proven shortcut that pinpoints the exact strategies you need to focus on. Ready Set Blog for Traffic gives you a step-by-step plan on what you need to set up your blog for targeted traffic, how to market your posts on Pinterest and how to write those damn good posts to attract and convert bloggers.
With the right traffic and the right strategy, it’s possible to rank in Google – without even trying.
I rank #2 for “freelance writing” – without doing ANY traditional SEO
I ignored the traditional SEO advice that everyone preaches for my freelance writing blog.
Now, after two years of having my freelance writing blog, a good portion of topics in my niche ranks on the first page of Google.
Instead of having pageviews you have headaches
Your blog gets no comments, no readers and no shares.
You know the end result, but have no idea how to get there.
It’s been six months and you’re tired. You haven’t earned more than $2 from blogging and you’re beyond frustrated. If no one comes to your blog, how do you earn an income?
You might as well give up.
This course gives you exactly what you need to start getting traffic to your blog.
When you sign up to Ready Set Blog for Traffic here’s what you get:
- Lifetime access with all updates for free
- 3 modules (15+ video lessons, 5+ text-based lessons)
- Video tech training on popular tools
- 240+ Pinterest group boards in 17 niches
- Ready-to-use templates + swipe copy
- Guest blogging guide
- The exact blog recipe I use to boost blog traffic quickly
- And much more
Module 1: The Strongest Elements to Start Boosting Traffic for Your Blog
- Your content knowledge and schedule
- Case study: Boosting pageviews by 10k in 1 month
- Connections and networking
- Case study: Networking to grow your audience
- All about backlinks
- Guest blogging and podcasting
- Strategic blog commenting
- Using a resource post to drive blog traffic
- Powerful ways to have more time to blog
Module 2: Making Pinterest Your #1 Growth Strategy
- How to increase your authority in Pinterest’s eyes
- How to enable rich pins
- The Pinterest boards you need and setting them up
- 4 Indicators of quality group boards
- 5 Methods + 1 Backdoor method to finding group boards
- My “Winning Pinning” Pinterest strategy
- Tutorial: Creating viral pins + 5 template types
- Pinterest SEO tactics
- 4 Hacks to increase your Pinterest followers
Module 3: Creating Mind-Blowing Traffic-Generating Content
- The secret to generating traffic and comments with your post
- One quick way to make old posts new again
- Elements of a banging’ blog post
- How to craft the perfect headline for maximum engagement
- Posts that grow your traffic and income
- How to create a money-generating resource post
There are three main ingredients to my “blog traffic recipe”:
The Core Elements
Successful blogs put in place a strong foundation of certain elements that help them get on the map, collaborate with influencers and get noticed quickly. The course gives you those elements and shows you how to use them strategically.
The Promotion Strategy
I don’t know about you, but Pinterest is my BFF. This is the platform that’s visual, makes “eye candy” out of your pins and gets pinners excited about coming to your blog.
The course breaks everything down so that your Pinterest profile gets the authority it deserves, followers it needs and the traffic for your blog.
The Sticky and Yummy Content
Sticky content is what holds readers to your blog (and earns you income). They bookmark your blog and spend hours reading your blog.
Your blog posts are valuable, informational, engaging and personable.
This hooks your readers and creates noise about your blog and turns into traffic and income.
This course gives you insider copywriting secrets to help you write traffic-generating content.
It’s your time!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What if I’m new to blogging?
This course is a great learning tool and can help set the foundation to getting traffic for your blog. I do go over some intermediate concepts such as scheduling tools and tech tutorials.
But, there are video lessons that make it easy to follow and implement. By taking the course, you’ll grow your traffic faster than others who are starting out fresh.
What’s your refund policy?
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What if I’ve been blogging for a while?
Intermediate bloggers can benefit from this course as well. If you’ve been blogging for a few months or years and haven’t seen the growth you’ve wanted in terms of traffic and building an audience, then this course will give you the steps you need to take.Plus, with the bonus materials including over 240+ quality Pinterest group boards and a guest posting guide with a resource of places to guest post on, your blog will take off quickly.
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So, Who’s Teaching This Course?
Real advice. Real mom. Always a blogger.
Hey new blogger! I’m Elna and I was just like you not too long ago.
Once I found the exact strategies I needed to create a successful blog with traffic and a loyal following, I tripled my blog’s traffic, grew my list to 5000 subscribers and now my blog generates around $4000 a month passively – and I just started this blog barely a year ago!
I’ve helped hundreds of new bloggers figure out their niche, get their voice out there and grow their blog, traffic and income.
And now, I want to help you grow a successful blog!