sociableHow do I get traffic to my website? Isn’t that a question all website owners ask?

I am going to share with you a free and easy method to get traffic to your website.

Here’s how you do it: be sociable on the Internet.

What do I mean: be sociable? I mean that you show yourself to be a real and nice person on the Internet as you would in the physical world. In the physical world when you go to a social gathering (pub, party, networking function, etc), you meet new people, you introduce yourself to new people, you get introduced to new people, and you yourself introduce people you know to other people they may not know. That’s how you enlarge your group of friends (or network).

On the Internet you can do the same thing, especially on the social media websites such as Facebook or Twitter and the Blogosphere (a fancy word for the universe of blogs). The social media websites are excellent for keeping in touch with your friends and making new friends. You can attract traffic to your website through making friends online.

In this post, I’m going to share with you one free method you can use to attract traffic to your website. It’s by engaging into the conversation on other people’s blogs through commenting. When you comment on someone’s blog, you can leave your name, email address and your website address. When your comment shows up on the blog, your name will become a link with your website address. The ability to leave your website address on someone’s blog enables the readers of your comment to check your website – that’s free traffic to your website.

So, make a lot of comments out there on the Blogosphere.  Find active blogs and join the conversation. Follow people who’ve commented on your blog to their blog and keep following the people who’ve commented on their blog.

However, I just want to bring to your attention that there is a mistake you need to avoid when you start commenting on the website of people who do not know you. Avoid being mistaken for being a comment spammer.

I will give you some tips on how to avoid being mistaken for a comment spammer on my next post.

Action Steps

1. If you haven’t left a comment on someone’s blog, go ahead leave a comment on this blog.

2. Find the comment of someone who’s commented on my blog post and click on their name and visit their website.

3. Leave a comment there.

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