May 2


How to Increase Blog Traffic Fast

By dougnoll

May 2, 2020

Four Steps to Increasing Your Blog Traffic

You need to know how to increase blog traffic fast.

You set up your blog and are starting to post regularly. Great.

But wait…

Your brilliance is not showing up on Google.

You’re blog has been lost in the wilderness of the Internet.

How will anyone ever find it (or you)?

They won’t unless you do three things with each blog post.

Step 1: Find the Best Keyword Phrase for your Blog Topic

The first step in how to increase blog traffic fast is find a keyword phrase that has some traffic.

You will build your blog around that phrase.

For example, the keyword phrase for this article is how to increase blog traffic fast.

You will need a tool to help you with this.

I recommend Keywords Everywhere. It’s a cool extension for Firefox and Chrome and comes in a free and paid version. Here’s what the paid version looks like:

how to increase blog traffic fast

When you type in a keyword search phrase, Keywords Everywhere shows you what people are searching for. Although the screenshot might be hard to read, KW Everywhere is showing that there are 260 searches per month for the phrase “how to increase blog traffic fast.”

This is an essential tool for how to increase blog traffic fast.

Pick a good keyword phrase. That’s what you are going to optimize your blog for.

Step 2: Optimize Your Page for Your Keyword Phrase

You want Google to find your blog. Here’s how you make your blog visible:

  1. Put your keyword phrase in your blog title.
  2. Put your keyword phrase in the first sentence and bold it.
  3. Take the url of the blog and use it as a hyperlink somewhere in the middle of the blog

Example: How to Increase Blog Traffic Fast
The keyword phrase is hyperlinked to this blog’s url

4. Try to put the keyword phrase in at least two of your headlines.

5.  Add at least two images and an infographic. You can create a fast infographic in Word using Smart Art. In the alt box within WordPress, type in your keyword phrase.


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6. Use your keyword phrase in your meta title and description.

I recommend the Yoast SEO plug-in to help you with all of this. It does a great job of helping you optimize your blog post.

Step 3—Add a Rich Snippet

A rich snippet is a small piece of data that helps Google rank pages. I recommend two free plug-ins: WP Customer Reviews and Schema-All In One Scheme Rich Snippets. WP Customer Reviews allows customers to review your blog. Schema lets you put in a rich snippet in a variety of formats.  See if you can find the rich snippet on this blog.

Step 4—Backlink Your Blog Article

Backlinks occur when one website mentions another website and links back to it. Also referred to as incoming or inbound links, backlinks make their connection through external websites. These links from outside domains point to pages on your own domain.

Google looks at backlinks as a source of determining how to rank a page. The Google algorithms look at the quantity and quality of your backlinks.

I have a backlink system that automates this process. If you are interested in developing backlinks fast, email me at with Backlinks in the subject line. Tell me how many backlinks you want (minimum of 25 and maximum of 200 which can be spread over multiple keyword phrases) and I will reply back with details. These backlinks are of decent quality, not super-high quality. However, they do the trick.


Learning how to increase blog traffic fast is not difficult if you follow the steps above. Nothing happens overnight. With patience, you will find that your blog posts become visible for your keyword phrases in a couple of months, leading to more traffic to your site.


About the author

To some, Doug Noll is a lawyer. To others, he is an internationally-recognized mediator and peacemaker. To still others, he is a best-selling author. And, to others, he is a teacher, trainer, and professor. To you, he is a deep resource for learning about relationships, emotions, and successful internet marketing.

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