I’m really excited. It has been long time coming but I finally cracked the 1000 visitors a day milestone after 6 months.
That is about 230 posts and 5 pages later.
In terms of timeframe, that took 6 months.
How To Get 1000 Visitors A Day To My Website
Content. I publish lots of useful content.
Imagine if you are interested about a particular topic so much and you are searching for that topic online and you end up in a website that does not really provide what you are looking for.
Would you keep going back to that website for more information?
Chances are, you won’t.
You won’t even bother to bookmark or remember the name of that website.
For me, the major push was content-useful and helpful content.
Which means a lot of writing!
Yes, I write for visitors but with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in mind.
I do not use any paid keyword research tools except the grandmother of all keyword tools, the Google Keyword Planner Tool.
What I do is look for very low competition keywords with low search volume, anything from 100 searches per month down to 10 searches per month.
1oo searches per month is too low you think? Who cares about 100 searcher per month?
You see, I watch my google analytics data like a hungry dog to see what pages my visitors are landing on. From that I can sort of figure out what keywords visitors a typing to come to that page. Why I said that because sometimes, google does not reveal the exact keyword visitors type to land on your site.
Now, there’s one keyword gets only 70 searches per month. Well, that’s what Google says anyway.
So I wrote a post:
- 700 words long post
- added 2 seo optimzed images
6 months later, that keyword brings to my website 326 visitors per month on average:
From the google analytics data above, you can see that I got 1,957 visitors landing on the page where that keyword was targeted which equates to an average of 326 visitors per month.
Now, that just goes to show you that just because Google Keyword Tool say 70 searches per month, it is not a keyword worthy of pursuit.
Here’s a surprise: the keyword that I targeted only brought in 10 visitors in that 6 months period. This means all the 1947 visitors in that 6 months period came from typing variation of that keyword.