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26 Steps to 15,000 visitors a day

Posted By Darren Rowse 5th of January 2005 Miscellaneous Blog Tips 6

Jon from Flamin Tiki has a great common sense article filled with useful tips on building up your blog titled 26 Steps to 15,000 visitors a day. I would second everything he writes – although would want to qualify that the 15,000 visitors per day promise depends a little o the topic that you choose. You could do every step suggested with a non searched for topic and never have any visitors – so choose carefully. Otherwise its a great list which should give new bloggers plenty to work on.

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  1. Those are really difficult tips, and they’ve depressed me (more, I’m not feeling well).

  2. If I am not mistaken this 26 steps are from Brett Tabke webmasterworld forum. Anyway, as long as it can benefit more and more people, I think it will be good in the long run for everybody who distribute them.

  3. I read that article all the way, it’s great piece of information. I’ll try to apply some of those things right away.

  4. I agree with what the article says but I’m not “real go getter”.

  5. Interesting I add a 27 step “get ping every new post to the news aggregators”.

  6. As a newbie to blogging I find these articles absolutely fascinating and really practically helpful! It’s a whole new world out there for a humble parent coach who just wants to help millions…… one parent at a time !!

    Sue Atkins
    Author of “Raising Happy Children for Dummies”

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