Traffic is a part of every single success story online. No matter what industry, topic, service, product or business model used, everyone needs to figure out how to market what they do and attract an audience. I have made my living from the Internet since the early 2000s - I started with a Magic: The Gathering (trading card game) news site, then built an online proofreading business, and also made money buying and selling blogs and websites. In 2005 I started my own blog, silent siphon review. It began as a hobby site where I told stories about my previous experiences as an entrepreneur, but within 18 months my blog became my full time business. By then I had over 1,000 readers per day and turned that audience into a $5,000 a month income stream. To some people 1,000 readers is nothing, while others struggle to reach 100 readers a day. Since you purchased this guide I know you are at the stage where attracting your first 1,000 readers will make a big difference to your blog. I consider 1,000 readers an ideal target to aim for, because with 1,000 readers you can start making enough money from your blog to make a significant difference to your life. I did not stop at 1,000 readers with my own blog, nor was I happy with $5,000 a month, but these were key stepping-stones that eventually led to making over a million dollars thanks to my blogging silent siphon review.
Without that initial platform of 1,000 readers, I would not have a business. Now it’s your turn. It’s time to build your platform… The Purpose Of This Guide The purpose of this guide is to help you attract the first consistent stream of visitors to your blog, with the goal of reaching 1,000 unique visitors per day. This means at least 1,000 unique people come to your blog each day - day after day. You’ll have a steady, repeat, regular readership and a steady stream of new readers who find you each day, and this will be an asset far more powerful than any spike of traffic that disappears a day later.
New Readers Vs Repeat Readers Most blogs have a mix of repeat readers and new silent siphon review, and you should expect the same from your blog. New readers are people who stumble across your work looking for answers via a search engine or other exposure points where your work is mentioned, featured, or linked (other blogs, podcasts, news, social media, etc). Repeat readers bookmark your site, follow your RSS feed, join your email newsletter, or keep track of you on social media. These people visit your blog more than once. They know you best. They are your true fans and members of your tribe (and thus more likely to purchase things from you, so nurture them). There is a very good chance, for example, that you are a repeat reader of my content, which led you to purchasing this guide you are reading now. At the beginning of this process, we’ll focus heavily on attracting new readers. However it’s important you know that attracting new readers is only half the battle. Details: