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What Should You DO When Blog Traffic is Down??
It’s really easy to feel defeated when your blog traffic goes down, Down, DOWN during the summer months and other slow seasons online.
Instead of checking and obsessing over your stats, why not try these 4 simple things?
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Oh my, summertime – yes, I LOVE the summer personally, but business-wise?
Yikes! It sure can be slow.
I talked about the “Summer Slump” in this new post on PotPieGirl.com – did you read that?
When summer hits and our traffic and earnings trend downwards, it’s really hard to not check those stats multiple times a day.
Here’s a tip:
Don’t do that.
Seriously: Stop It!
Instead, do things that are going to make your results even better when traffic DOES trend back UP again.
And it WILL come back – whether YOU are ready for it or not.
This time of year is PERFECT to get in there and update your older posts so they not only rank better in Google, but so they also make more sales.
This time of year is ALSO perfect for learning how to do NEW strategies that work and to learn how to do your normal blogging tasks even better.
Need Help With That?
Here’s some ideas:
1. How To Get Your Posts to Make More SALES
If you want your blog posts to make MORE sales – these 13 tips and tricks are perfect for you!
If you’re going in to update and improve your older posts, just ONE of these little conversion tricks of mine can make a HUGE difference in your results.
I know they sure work really well for me!
Here’s a tip:
If your readers are clicking one particular link in your blog post more than other links, move that link to the top of your post!
Wait! You don’t know WHAT your readers are clicking?
Oh no! You really need to know that stuff!
Here’s how I track activity on my blog posts.