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5 Techniques To Increase Page Views On Your Website

It’s something that every blogger would want to have in order to survive online. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as building a blog.
On the other hand, you may be gaining huge traffic. But are you satisfied with it? Your blog may be receiving bulk visits but these visitors simply bounce away right after opening your page.Gaining targeted visitors is an art. And this post will give you ultimate tips that can be useful for any form of blog or website.

1. Take Advantage Of Social Media


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Social sharing is one of the most effective strategies that you can apply in driving targeted traffic to your Wordpress blog. It's a great way to keep your followers updated about your latest posts.
You can use auto-sharing tools to make it easier for you to publish your posts to several social networks.
These time-saver tools come with the ability to automatically schedule your updates, but always make sure to add a "custom message" at least. Do not just drop your link without adding a personal touch.
Additionally, you should make it easier for your readers to spread your content. Install social sharing buttons at the bottom of each post using a Wordpress plugin.
Try these plugin: 

2. Add A Newsletter Signup Form

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Integrating a mailing list (or a newsletter sign up form) is a fantastic way to bring repeat visitors to your site. E-newsletter allows you to grow your relationship with your subscribers by sending new updates with a personal touch and sharing valuable content.
However, keep in mind that it's important to send something useful and interesting rather than just distributing a newsletter with full of advertisements. I am currently using Aweber for delivering newsletters. You can get it for $1 for the first month then it will cost $19/month.

3. Post Quality Content Regularly


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You love fresh content, don’t you? It’s the same as what your visitors want. Give them a reason to come back! Update your site regularly with new, unique and useful content that will interest them.

4. Optimize Your Content For Search Engines


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    One of best ways to boost your traffic is to attract search engines thus you need to ensure that each content is optimized for search engines. Here's how:
  • Google Authorship. Improve your visibility in search results with Google Authorship. Having a professional image next to your post will not only improve your credibility in SERPs but also get a higher click-through rate than those without.
  • Related Posts. Make your visitors stay longer on your site by including a list of related posts that may interest them. Here are some great plugins to display related posts to your site: YARPP or Nrelate.
  • Internal Linking: Add related links to other pages within your post. This helps spread your link juice across your domain. You may find this plugin useful: In-text SEO Internal Link Building.
  • Categories & Tags: Select appropriate categories and assign tags to each post. Don’t overdo with the tags though, you don’t want to look like a spammer. Using 3-5 tags should be good.
  • Image ALT Tags: Every time you upload an image to your site, don’t forget to add an ALT text

5. Use Keywords Effectively

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Optimizing your posts with relevant keywords can help your blog posts rank higher in search results. Think like a searcher; Insert certain terms throughout your blog posts properly. Here’s how:

I. KEYWORDS IN YOUR POST TITLE
You have to be specific when creating a title for your post. For example, you’re writing a review about a film called “Crash” that was released in 2004. Now how do you plan to make a title for that? The term “Crash” is too broad. It can be an app, a game, a plane crash or perhaps a car crash.
So instead of using just “Crash” as your title, you’d rather use “Review: Crash Movie” or “Crash Movie Review (2004)”. That seems more search friendly, right?
II. KEYWORDS WITHIN YOUR POST
Adding relevant terms in your blog posts is a great way to tell search engines what your content is about. BUT avoid keyword stuffing; make sure your keywords flow naturally with your content. Search engines hate it.
you should use Keyword tools to help you generate keyword ideas or alternative terms for your articles. I usually use Google Search, Keyword Tool planner and WordTracker. Some people love UberSuggest and Moz (Paid).

6. Install Google Analytics

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And make sure that you pay attention to the results.Google Analytics is free so there’s no excuse for you not to use it.

This tool can give you tons of information, such as where your traffic comes from, new VS returning visitors and which sites are providing you with high-quality traffic.
Most bloggers consider Facebook and Twitter as excellent channels. But it usually depends on the kind of website that you have.
By employing analytics, you’ll know which areas of your internet marketing campaign are working and which ones need more improvement. The information it provides is crucial so don’t ignore it.

7. Speed Up Your Site


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People dislike slow websites and so are search engines. So you need to make sure that your site loads fast. Here are some ways on how you can do it:
  • Reduce the sizes for your images. Use PNG optimizer or EWWW Optimizer.
  • Use lazy load to reduce unnecessary server load and saves bandwidth. Have someone to install this JQuery plugin for you or use one of these plugins instead: BJ Lazy Load or Lazy load.
  • Install cache to optimize your site’s speed. I recommend W3 Total Cache. Don’t activate this plugin until you’re finished with your site's design though.
  • Enable gzip OR zlib compression. If you’re a non-coder, use W3 Total Cache plugin and activate gzip compression by going to Performance > Browser Cache > Enable HTTP (gzip compression). If you want to use Zlib compression.
  • Delete unused plugins and themes. Remove any plugins and themes you don’t need. Not only this will help improve your site performance, but it will also help increase your blog security.
  • Minify your scripts. This plugin “WP Minify” can compress your JS and CSS files together.
  • Avoid resizing images in HTML. Instead of using HTML to resize an image (ex. < img src="" width="300" height="400" />), you should use an image editor to change your image size. You may use Photoshop or an online resizing tool.