10k Visits in 22 days
We all know that every blogger wants more traffic, right?
But let’s be honest here for a second, shall we?
In reality bloggers want more money. Period.
I’m the same.
“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get whatthey want.” – Zig Ziglar
Now, people usually think having more traffic gotta bring more money, right? Unfortunately that’s not the case.
You see, I can share with you how I can get 10,000 real visitors in 3 weeks (which is nothing, I believe I can get 1000 visits on daily basis within a year with the very same basic technique I’m about to share with you) but you gotta have “conversion” (which I’m gonna talk about in an other post) but for now just remember that….
“Conversion comes BEFORE traffic”
You can have all the traffic in the world, if it doesn’t convert or there is nothing on your blog that could convert you will not make any money.
One of the main problems I see on day trading blogs that they are full of advertisement without any real value; without any genuine content that would benefit readers. So the blog looks like a freakin’ Christmas tree on 4th of July….nobody wants IT.
So, you gotta make an effort and try to help fellow bloggers/visitors by sharing your views on day trading.
Now, let’s get down to it
How I get my traffic to my day trading blog without marketing.
This is the step by step rundown which I keep very, very basic and simple. I don’t care much about search engine optimization (SEO) when it comes to getting traffic to a day trading blog.
Twitter is the place to be, mainly because when it comes to day trading that’s where the eyeballs are.
Here it goes.
1. I day trade
2. While I’m doing that I actively participate on Twitter where I share my entry, exit, size, why I think a stock is a buy or short ; putting up videos and screenshots of trades I’m currently in (Vine app is a great tool to do that) ….and so on. I engage others, they engage me, I keep it light and I answer all the questions that are being asked.
This process should be fun and it is NOT a chore. If you struggle with this you’re doing it wrong. Go light about it, smoke a joint! 🙂
3. I write a post about my day, or anything that I think could help fellow traders to shorten their learning curve.
4. I share that post on Twitter.
5. Rinse and repeat
And that’s it.
If you are genuine and care, people will see that and they will indeed follow you not only on Twitter but in general. They want to know what you trade how you trade what you think of set ups or trading platforms and so on.
People want to know how you can HELP THEM!
That’s the bottom line.
You figure that out and you won’t go hungry.
I hope it helps!