HOW I WENT FROM ZERO TO 3000 PAGEVIEWS IN 30 DAYS
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Hey fellow blogger newbies. I’m going to show you how to go zero to 3000 in pageviews in 30 days!
A LITTLE ABOUT ME:
I am NO SEO expert. I’m not a seasoned blogger or expert marketer. I’m by all accounts, a newbie blogger.
My blog is just a hair over 30 days old. I started blogging because I wanted to share the knowledge I learned over the years about working from home, online business, social media, and more.
When I started my work from home journey about 6 years ago, there was not a lot of good info online that I could find on the topic.
I learned my way through it all and boy, was that an experience. I want to make it easy for you so I’ll be revealing all my tips and tricks on the blog. Sign up for the newsletter here so you don’t miss anything!
MY EXACT PLAN:
In the first days of blogging I started at around 30 views daily. Then, I crept up to 80 views per day, then 140, 190, 265, and today, 331 views and there’s still 3 hours left in the day. Here’s how I did it:
My social media schedule:
1.) Head to Facebook: Visit my Facebook groups (they are all engagement groups) and participate in 1-3 threads. Each thread posts an opportunity to follow, like, tweet, stumble, etc. If you engage with others, you get the favor returned. I do this DAILY.
You might enjoy this: 20 Facebook Groups to Help You Grow Your Blog
2.) Pinterest time: Spend about 1-2 hours daily browsing Pinterest and repin others’ content.
This doesn’t feel like work at all since I’m a Pinterest addict. I do this throughout the day, whenever I have free time. Pinterest is my second largest traffic driver.