How to Increase Organic Traffic Without Backlinks

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Do you want to increase organic traffic to your website? Traffic from Google, Yahoo, and Bing?

Yes, right?

With so many complicated theories out there, it is so hard to find working SEO strategies that connect every dot together and attract organic traffic from Google.

But on this page, in this article, I’m going to reveal to you the 11 SEO strategies that will increase organic traffic even if your website has little to no backlinks to it.

The quality of links pointing towards your site remains one of the most important ranking signals.

The more credible and relevant links to your web pages, the higher the potential to increase organic traffic from search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo.

But the harsh truth is…building quality links to your site is a tough task and a long-time game.

When I started this blog, I was 100% nobody in the blogosphere, nobody knows me and I, in return, know no one.

So “earning” links were out of the question. But I still manage to rank for some target keywords and drive significant organic traffic from Google, especially.

Most of us started that way and on top of all these, getting your grip on working SEO strategies is a very tough task. I know, I have also gone through it and could tell by the overwhelming complicated SEO theories out there.

It is true that off-page SEO carries more weight and quality than on-page SEO.

But the lack or shortage of the former does not mean you can’t rank for some relevant niche keywords and increase organic traffic to the website.

There is ever room for small and medium-sized blogs with little to no backlinks to compete for some industry search terms and grow organic traffic. And rank high in Google search result pages and other search engines out there.

Today SEO has many levels that allow blogs of different sizes to compete for organic search engine traffic.

Without having to know much or master most of the noise you read on the internet about working SEO strategies.

11 Tactics to Grow Organic Traffic Without SEO…

1. Write Useful Content

Every other piece of advice on the list is useless if your content sucks or doesn’t appeal to the right audience.

I don’t like using the much thrown-around phrase “quality content”. Instead, I like using this “useful content“.

This is because the word “quality” is relative here and to a greater degree, it depends on who is consuming the information. What he/she regards as quality information.

But when I say “useful content”. It doesn’t matter whether the content is quality or not, so far the consumer of such information finds it “useful” for the intended purpose.

Then we can conclude that your content meets the user’s expectations and is of quality one as far that the user is concerned.

a writer with a pen in his hand

Write content that stands out from the rest of the noise we regularly see published on the net. Write something super useful your audience will find interesting. Something other writers in your niche will find extremely difficult to replicate.

When you achieve this, people will naturally link to you, and the consequences are that your referral traffic will grow substantially.

Your organic traffic will start picking up too.

What is confusing is this, according to many reliable sources, on average, Google’s top 10 search results pages are filled with content that is beyond a 2,000-word count.

Now, this has been causing a dilemma for many content marketers that don’t have much to report in a single post. Like the entertainment industry, affiliate review sites, coupon sites, smartphones review sites, software review sites, etc.

These types of blogs don’t have much going than to report the information as it is. Especially the entertainment blog and smartphone review sites.

The reality is if your blog topic is not on the evergreen subject, tutorials, how-to, and things like this. You really don’t need to worry about the 2,000-word count or anything that much.

Your focus should be on delivering users’ expectations and not on a certain word-count threshold.

If your blog topics can be well covered in under 1,000-word count without leaving anything out, don’t drag it to 1,500 just because you want to satisfy Google.

Remember, Google doesn’t read your blog, your site visitors do.

If your blog is useful to readers, it’s valuable to Google because Google is in the business of user satisfaction.

2. Be The First to Report Time Sensitive Information

Sometimes, being the first to break the news or report an event is all you need to get traffic without SEO from the search engines.

This is especially true if you’re in the entertainment, news and event, celebrity gossip, politics industries, etc.

When an event breaks up, people want to know where, when, how, why, what, who, etc.

The quicker you report this information the better your chances of beating your competitors to it. And it could be your best way to increase organic traffic without building backlinks if you’re in one of the above niches.

Your strategies should include massive social media sharing. Especially on Facebook and Twitter.

Also, don’t wait for the spiders to visit, instead, invite them to crawl and index your link quickly. You can do this by login into your Google search console dashboard.

Click on ‘URL inspection” from the left sidebar menu.

How to Increase Organic Traffic Without Backlinks

The next step is to put your URL in the field above. And this dialog box will appear retrieving data from your requesting URL.

How to Increase Organic Traffic Without Backlinks

Once this is done, click on “requesting indexing” as shown in the image below.

How to Increase Organic Traffic Without Backlinks

Give it a few seconds and the Google spiders will crawl your newly published post for indexing within minutes.

Though this is not necessary if your website gets updated regularly, just in case and to be sure your link is indexed.

3. Target Low competitive Geo-Targeted Keywords

As of when I wrote this particular post over here. I wasn’t that blogger with a constant mention on the blogosphere or in large circles of bloggers’ friends.

My blog is not new, but not that popular also, and it attracts organic traffic very little from search engines.

(Updated – The link above is now linked to an updated version of the same post, not exactly the one I wrote years back)

Yet, I went over to Google keyword planner, run keyword research, and found a particularly low competitive geo-targeted keyword.

This keyword is most searched for by Nigerian aspiring newbie bloggers.

I wrote two versions of articles around the keyword, and to be honest with you, the first version of the article remains the number one post that drives organic traffic to this blog on a weekly basis.

In fact, no week passes by without having dozens of visits to this post.

This is because it ranks on the first pages of Google and Yahoo.

And not just on the first pages, but number 1 for the target keyword since I wrote that post to date.

That post has brought in a fairly significant amount of income from blog coaching to blogging setup fees.

The most recent this week was from a lady who after reading and wanting to start her blog get through to me via the contact me page.

It is much easier when you target low competitive long-tail keywords than fighting it out with the big established brands out there for high volume competitive search terms.

Targeting long-tail keywords is one of the best ways to increase organic traffic to any blog – big or small.

Target long-tail keywords – simple.

A lizard with long tail

Chances are, there are hundreds, if not thousands of low-competitive local search terms you can easily rank for.

Keywords that attract organic traffic from the search engine. Traffic that will take positive actions on your blog like email sign-up, sales, etc.

Instead of targeting “search engine optimization“, you can go for “search engine optimization professional Chicago”.

If a user is looking for a nearby search engine optimization professional in Chicago, you’re more likely to appear in SERP.

Apart from this point raised, there is something else you’ll need to understand and abide by. Though depends on the size of the blog and the SEO strength.

In the image below, the column with the average monthly search volume is what you should care about and base your keyword research strategy on.

Google keyword planner home

The other one with high, low, or medium is not your concern. Unless you’re a Google Ads advertiser. The data in both columns “competition and Top of the page Bid” are your concerns.

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I have said this before but just in case you missed it.

keyword research in Google planner

Again, in the same image above, look at the figure in the arrow labeled “2“. As you can see, it is just a very small search term with an approximately monthly search volume of “100k”.

The other arrow labeled “1” has an outstanding search volume of “1 to 10 million“ monthly search.

The best advice I would give here if you want to improve organic traffic dramatically is to go for search queries related to labeled “2“.

It is more detailed, and precise and the searcher is definitely looking for specific information – in this case – What is a Blog?

But you might still want to expand on the keyword and gather more relevant queries.

That is a question the searcher wants an answer to.

The other search term (arrow “1“ Blogger) may look more promising and on the surface, will drive massive traffic compared to what the other will bring.

…but your chances of getting anywhere near 3, 4, 5, or even the 6th page of SERP  is not visible.

Such search terms like this one are called “Generic terms “.

They’re hard to compete for and will require greater efforts, and a substantial marketing budget. And an ongoing increased quality off-page SEO success to find your way through for such a term.

Besides, you’re very much likely to attract irrelevant audiences with such a keyword.

Blogger!

What is the user looking for or wanting to know from such a single keyword in the search engine?

Ask yourself if you can find the answer. At this stage, we obviously don’t know what he/she is looking for.

But with a search phrase like “what is a blog”?

It is obvious what the user is asking and in an ideal world, I can tell this person is a beginner who is about going into online marketing but did not know how to get started with a blog.

He wants a clear definition of what a blog is, its functions, why using a blog for online marketing, etc.

The better you can provide this user with a thorough definition, functions, benefits, etc. And why use blogs for online marketing, the more your chances of hitting the top 10 results.

4. Build Your Blog For Users

You may be wondering how will this increase organic traffic.

Recently, there is a buzz around Google revealing its secret ranking signals. Do you know what many believe it to be?

CTR – It is called the click-through rate.

If your article link appears in an organic search result, the user clicks on it and within second returns back to the search result page to click on another result.

Google, at its own discretion, believes your information does not solve that user problem.

If the percentage of such behavior by users to your web pages from organic traffic is high, then Google may put less value on your indexed pages.

If visitors to your sites interact well with your content or at least, don’t bounce back to search result pages to find alternatives.

Google “may” reward you with a better search ranking…which will or may result in more organic traffic.

Here is an article put together by WordSream on how to improve your CTR in organic search result pages.

5. Improve Your Page Speed

man running

Apart from the quality of links pointing toward your pages, page speed is another factor Google has confirmed that affects the ranking in search engines.

In the above-mentioned point, we discuss building your blog for users – Page speed is part of it.

The last time you waited for 1 minute for a web page to load what did you do?

If I would guess…you closed the page, open another tab, typed in another blog URL and that is!

You never care to wait that long for a single web page to load.

The same thing will happen to you if your blog visitors had to wait that long for your pages to load either on their desktop computers or smartphones.

Here is the page speed loading time for CyberNaira.com from testing with Gtmetrix.

Cybernaira gtmetrix page speed score

In today’s SEO and online marketing space, it is important to optimize your pages for both desktop and mobile users.

In fact, Google now made it part of their ranking criteria that your blog must be optimized for mobile users.

And I don’t see why you shouldn’t target mobile users in our marketing world of today. In 2018, 52. 2% of all web traffic comes from mobile usage as compared to 50.3 percent from the previous year.

Source

mobie web traffic usage report

If you’re a WordPress user, blogging on a premium theme from StudioPress, then you have nothing to worry about optimizing your blog for mobile users.

All StudioPress premium themes are mobile responsive-ready and easily adapt to the device your blog is viewed with.

Another factor you need to consider for a faster page speed is web hosting. The quality of your web host plays a crucial role in how fast your web pages load.

If your server is configured poorly, or your website is hosted on a slow server, on-page optimization won’t help much.

Consider moving to a reliable web host if your business can afford it.

6. Update Your Existing Content

If you already have a decent number of published posts, analyzing the data in your Google search console will help increase organic blogs.

Log in to your Google search console account and chose the web propriety you want to improve organic traffic.

loan apps review search console data

Click on “performance” and check the other two checkboxes at the traffic performance data section on the page.

loan app review search console traffic data

Now, I want you to scroll down the page a bit. You will see detailed search traffic data for your website.

This data includes search impression figures, search queries, target pages, average CTR, position, etc.

I want you to focus on queries, pages, impressions, and positions.

loan app review search console data for keywords

These are your web pages already gaining traction in the organic search result along with related search queries. Most of the search queries you don’t even target in the content.

You didn’t even mention them in your content.

But Google thinks they’re relevant to your page topic.

Click on the label “Page” in the top navigational menu. It will reveal all the pages on your website that appear for a search query.

Now, click on “Queries” from the navigational menu also. This will reveal all the search queries that generate impressions/clicks for that particular web page.

search console queries data for loan app review

Visit these pages on your website to update the content with search console queries Google finds relevant.

But, wait…

In as much as all of these search queries, may seem relevant to the on-page topic, not all of them you’ll be able to fuse into the content.

Don’t force it, only update the content with what comes naturally to add.

Also look for ways to make the content better by adding more words, images, points, internal links, and of course, more backlinks.

When done, update the content on your blog and come back to the Google search console to request crawling and indexing using the link inspection tool.

Google will crawl the URL again and index the fresh copy of your page.

Assuming you’ve done a better job here, you should see a significant increase in impressions and clicks.

7. Publish Regularly

Publishing regularly doesn’t directly increase organic traffic to the blog, but it does help increase your chances to rank for more keywords.

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The trick is that the more pages you create, the more you’re writing on different keywords related to your industry.

This increases your chances of getting found in search engines for more relevant keywords.

More pages may also increase your chances of acquiring links.

The more you write on different blog topics, the more you write on different levels of competitive and low-level keywords.

And the more other bloggers in your niche see your works and may likely link to them as a reference.

Web pages that stop over time to acquire more links, or stop indefinitely to add fresh content to their sites will soon fall out of favor in Google searches.

And as if this is not enough, once you stop updating your blog as expected. It will certainly affect your reader’s community and your blog bounced rate could skyrocket at any time.

8. On-Page Optimization

You have to put your first foot on the right track of search engine traffic.

On-page SEO – is highly important if you want to increase your chances of ranking for your targeted search queries.

Your other foot lies in your off-page SEO.

A big part of it is beyond your control, at least for every average blogger or internet marketer.

On-page checklist

The good news is this…

Lots of SEO tools are available today to help in this regard, especially if you’re a WordPress user.

The most popular ones include but are not limited to the WordPress SEO plugin by  Yoast.

This plugin is straight out of the box.

While writing your content, pay attention to it and make sure all required fields give the green light before you hit publish.

This might not be the case with all your published posts as you see in the image below.

Don’t sweat over such a thing as the keyword density is not as important for ranking as it was some years ago.

In fact, you might get penalized for keyword stuffing if you go crazy about the number of times your focus keyword appears in your content.

The focus keyword does not appear at the beginning of your headline (as seen in the screenshot below)

Yes! that’s true and a valid SEO ranking factor but remember you’re writing for humans and not search ROBOT.

If the focus keyword will read awkwardly to your blog readers if it appears at the beginning of the content headline, please don’t drag it in there all because you want to satisfy the search spiders.

yoast seo score

Also, ensure your site is properly indexed and crawlable. Make sure your pages are linking to each other correctly.

Google specifies that from a static link on your blog homepage, all other internal pages should be reachable.

Inter-linking your published articles to each other is very important for so many reasons:

  • It helps reduce the bounce rate.
  • Keeps visitors longer on the blog.
  • It aids website navigation.
  • It defines the architecture and hierarchy of your website.
  • Passes SEO juice to other pages on the website etc.

You’ll need to avoid duplicate content too – this could come in many forms, such as tags and category pages.

Jackie Chan twins

The best way to deal with this is to instruct spiders not to index these pages in their algorithms. You can take advantage of SEO Power Suite free version to find errors that need to be fixed on your blog.

The SEO tools take better care of many SEO signals that could cause your website a low ranking position. Or the entire lack of search visibility altogether.

If you find it useful and worth the money, then consider upgrading to a premium version later on.

With this SEO software, you can detect if your blog 404 error page is correctly set up or not.

According to Google:

Just because a page displays a 404 File Not Found message doesn’t mean that it’s a 404 page. It’s like a giraffe wearing a name tag that says “dog”. Just because it says it’s a dog, doesn’t mean it’s actually a dog. Similarly, just because a page says 404, doesn’t mean it’s returning a 404…

Returning a code other than 404 or 410 for a non-existent page… can be problematic. Firstly, it tells search engines that there’s a real page at that URL. As a result, that URL may be crawled and its content indexed. Because of the time Googlebot spends on non-existent pages. Your unique URLs may not be discovered as quickly or visited as frequently and your site’s crawl coverage may be impacted.

We recommend that you always return a 404 (Not found) or a 410 (Gone) response code in response to a request for a non-existing page.”

A 404 error page should return the appropriate 404 not found a status code or syntax.

This SEO tool also helps in finding duplicate content, link-building opportunities, broken links, keyword research tools, site audit, content optimization, and lots more

9. Your Article Headline

Nothing guarantees a higher click-through rate from search result pages to your websites than your search listing headline.

It will be a total waste of time, energy, and resources if your pages appear in SERP only for your article headline to mean nothing to the user.

That is a waste of an opportunity to convert a blog tourist to a loyal reader.

article headline

A little tweak or changing words in your headline message can surprisingly lead to a 40% response rate if you get it right.

But here is the truth, only a few marketers have mastered the art of writing article headline that just gets people clicking.

And here is why…

many content marketers believe you need to be a “guru” in copywriting to have mastered the secret to great article headlines.

This is far from the truth.

You too can write an article headline that will go viral. The type that just gets people clicking through to your web pages.

Not too long ago, I wrote a guest post for the NinjaOutReach blog on the subject of the article headline. I discussed the 10 headline formulas that will always get your readers reading your content.

In that post, I explained why borrowing expert credibility is vital to the success of your article headline. Especially if you’re yet that influencer figure people talked about. Though this is not something you do or apply always in your headline copy all the time but only when necessary.

10. Write In-depth Articles

This may not apply to all blog topics. As we’ve seen in some blog niches they do not require more details to express their thought. Like in the entertainment industry, news, event, etc.

But if your concern is to increase organic traffic from search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing.

Considers publishing long-form in-depth articles free from fluff, jargon, and unnecessary words just for lengthy sake.

The better approach I have found that works best for long-form content, yet keeps people reading, is to give all you can deliver on the subject.

Don’t leave anything out – and don’t start repeating yourself also.

Long-form content also helps greatly in achieving better on-page SEO results. And could even increase your chances of getting natural backlinks from other bloggers around.

The more the content, the more you can fuse in your focus keyword and other related search terms.

Longer articles will also help you to avoid keyword stuffing which is now against Google keyword usage guidelines.

However, there is technical HTML background work required to get included in Google In-depth article category. Like proper Schema.org markup, Logo markup, and News Articles.

But according to a post I read on QuickSprout – there is this WordPress plugin that helps in this regard.

It is called the Virante In-depth Articles Generator.

However, your articles need to be 2,500 words or more to qualify for inclusion in Google In-depth article search.

And you should also know that Google gives more weight to well-established news sites in this category.

11. Target One Topic – Focus Keyword

All points listed above may not yield the expected results. They’ll give less value and won’t increase organic search traffic. If your blog posts are not addressing or focusing on a single topic.

Don’t write on multiple industry topics in a single post because you want to touch on every related topic. Or to demonstrate you’re an expert. It won’t do you and your readers any good.

Pick a subject, either through keyword research or by finding out from your readers what they want to read. Then focus on that subject and write all you know concerning the topic.

Give everything out and don’t hold back anything while you stay on track.

This will make it possible for both search engine spiders and your human visitors to quickly understand what you’re saying. It also provides spiders with more accurate data to index your pages in the right category.

But this does not stop you from adding related search queries to your content.

For instance, if your main keyword is the best SEO tool. You can target other relevant search queries.

Like top SEO tools, free SEO software, organic SEO tools, link-building SEO tool, etc.

All these keywords are related and could match the search intent for any one of the queries.

Conclusion…

How to get organic traffic from Google is neither hard nor easy. You just need to put in lots of work, research, consistency, trials, errors, etc…before you can start reaping the reward.

The longtime hidden strategy to increase organic traffic is finding low and medium-competitive long-tail keywords.

The good news is…thousands of new long-tail keywords are being created every day by users themselves.

77 thoughts on “How to Increase Organic Traffic Without Backlinks”

  1. [ Smiles ] Writing in-depth articles do help a lot. Google loves beefy articles. Plus, in-depth articles are usually of great value to the reader.

    Splendid blog post!

  2. Hey Shamsuden,

    Bloggers are striving to get more organic traffic. You have mentioned some great points here. The best point is to create the useful content.

    The search engine likes the quality. Though the SEO factor is also important but still, the quality is at the top.

    Sharing on social media increases the chances to come in the search results more.

    An informative post indeed.
    ~Ravi

  3. Hey Shamsudeen,

    This was an epic post!

    You hit the nail on a lot of questions that many bloggers, especially beginners, want to know the answer to.

    I thing I learned that you mentioned is about the fetch and rendet feature in the Google search console. I didn’t know you could give Google a nudge to index your new post.

    Also picking the keywords that rank well is vital to get organic traffic. I use keyword planner a lot and I plan on using Long Tail Pro. Have you use this before ?

    Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!

    1. Hi Sherman,

      Nice having you here.

      Yes, you can give the spiders a call to index your pages faster if you don’t want to wait for them to visit at their own time. I use this service a lot especially when am writing on time-sensitive information like affiliate product one-time-offer, summer sales offer etc.

      I haven’t try Long tail pro, but I have tested SEMRush and could tell is one great tool for marketing.

      Thanks Sherman, good to see you here.

  4. Hi Shamsudeen,

    #1 is so simple and powerful! Fabulous tips bro. Write useful content to see a spike in organic traffic. I set aside a few hours to write and edit posts before publishing. Give readers something to chew on. Let em feast on your content smorgasboard 😉 Give em what they want to see the organic nature of traffic all us bloggers LOVE. Just do a super job and you will see immediate, and long term, returns, without having to kill yourself on promotion. Thanks for sharing!

    Ryan

  5. Hey,
    You have been described well, I have blogging on part time basis, but most time was been busy with other works. I came to your blog from twitter site and landed to read your article. Do you think we wont get backlinks fast and does our articles will be ranking all the time.

    I am not sure that we will be ranked in top without backlinks, so far from your post Google plus one can do for some rankings.

    1. Hi Suresh,

      No doubt about it, without links, a web page will always struggle to rank in the search engines. However, though base on your industry, there would ever be some keywords that will be easier to rank for even for web pages with little backlinks.

      All you need to do is research throughly your industry and you’ll find the hidden jem.

      Thanks for visiting, hope you enjoy your stay?

  6. Hi Shamsudeen,

    It is an awesome post you have nailed it. I liked to read this post and going to share it with my friends.

    However, there is one thing I would like to suggest it to focus on readability. Keep your paragraph one or two lines it will improve your post’s readability.

    Otherwise, everything was perfect.

    Thanks,
    Umesh Singh

    1. Hi Sylviane,

      Thanks for coming, blogging less to focus on other activities that could possibly bring more client is a good thing. Let the truth be told, is all about return on investment.

      Thanks Sylviane, nice having you here.

  7. Awesome article. I agree that publishing blog posts often and writing in-depth articles are a great way to improve your website. Writing enticing headlines is also a good technique in getting click-throughs in search results.

  8. This is really a nice piece, very detailed. Traffic is very important, as without it, the article is a waste. Thanks for taking your time to write this useful piece.
    Have a nice week ahead.

  9. Hey Shamsudeen,

    I am really impressed with this amazing guide that you have shared.

    Sorry for late reply in Linkedin.

    I am just amazed by your writing style and really guide to increase organic traffic.

    Thanks

  10. Hi Shamsudeen!

    Very informative post you shared with us!

    Yes, content is always king what we know. Now days,, we have to face a lot of competition as lot’s of sites are starting out every moment. We have to target low competitive and long tail keywords to bet them, you said rightly! Doing on page SEO correctly we can achieve ranking without having backlink,. Great tactic!

    Anyway, thanks for an useful post!

    Keep it up!

    Happy blogging.

      1. Yes, friend! After Very long time! Though, i was a regular reader of cybernaira and commented a lot, my friend, but now i can’t 😀

        I always try to get connected with like minded people as like you in the blogging sphere.

        Actually i was so busy with some of my project! Still, i am busy with new 3 project upcoming in new year 2017 😀

        I fell good that you still remember me, such a small blogger 😀

        Anyway, keep me in your prayer always!

        Hope you are also doing well my friend!

        Happy blogging!

        Oh, and,

        Advance Happy New Year 2017 😀

  11. Hello Shamsudeen!

    As we hear sometimes that, without backlink we can not able to rank our site on the first page of Google. But it is not completely true, we have to agree that!

    Yes, i am getting good results by optimizing content and targeting low competitive keyword. Some of my keywords are ranking top on the SERPs without a single backlink!

    Anyway, thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi Aysha,

      The keyword in your comment is “targeting low competitive keyword”.

      Yes, that’s true…you can go for some low competitive search phrases and rank better even if your webpage has little relevant links to it, but for many of the highly search and competitive keyword phrases (especially in the online marketing niche) this may not be same.

      Thanks for sharing your view.

  12. Hello Shamsudeen,

    Actually most of times i have heard that Backlinks are the most important factor to rank a website and get traffic, but over the years, i have learned that getting traffic is not about backlinks, actually it is all about Content.

    If we are writing content that helps users, solves their queries, then sooner or later we will start getting readers, as Google love love sites that provide good user experience..

    And considering that, yo have mentioned many points that can add to good User experience.

    So, very well explained points.

    Regards,
    Katty

    1. Hi Katty,

      Thanks for your awesome contribution.

      Yes, good useful content is the starting line to drive engage traffic and retain readers. However, links have its own place too in improving search visibility which can not (at least for the moment) be overlooked or ignored.

      Thank you Katty, glad you enjoy your reading.

  13. Hello Shansudeen this is my first visit on your blog, Impressive. That you got a lot of followers.

    The article was really interesting, Since most companies are moving towards organic traffic its is important to produce high-quality content tailored to meet the pain points of target audience. Deciding on an enticing headline and a captivating image will definitely increase the click through rate.Consistency with out compromising quality also plays an important role getting ranked in SERP.

    1. Thanks, Sunny,

      Good to have you here…hope you enjoy stay.

      Consistency without sacrifing quality is of utmost imortant towards achieving success. We need to find the balance inbetween. Thanks for your awesome contribution.

  14. Thanks Mr Adesokan for this insightful write up. i have been trying to build an online business too and I must confess content may just be the king here of all the points you raised. Raising useful content for proper engagement is very important.

  15. I’m a new in blogging, so I know about Importance of backlinks. I doing blog commenting and active in social media only Facebook and Twitter. Is these two ways is enough for me??

  16. Hi Sir, thanks for this guide. I have noted some key points that I’d love to work on over the weekend. I appreciate your work Mr Adeshokan.

  17. Wow! What a detailed post.

    Like you said in tip #1, useful content is the most important SEO strategy.

    Without asking for it, people would link to a useful post.

    Thanks for sharing.

  18. Hello Adeshokan,
    Am happy to visit your blog once again after many months or years.

    I found this piece very informative as getting organic traffic to website is one of the hardest thing to achieve in a blog except one knows the secret in the game.

    I’ve learnt to always drag the web crawlers to my site than waiting for them.

    Thanks

    1. Hi Joseph,

      Good to have you here again after a very long time. And thanks for your input here. I’m so glad you find this piece informative and educative as well.

      Thanks, hope to have you around some other time soon.

  19. This is a great article and has helped me immensely on certain things which I was struggling with. Thank you!

  20. Nice Post SHAMSUDEEN. This type of information is quite hard to find. You have compiled the data so beautifully.

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