35 Experts Reveal Their Top 3 Tools To Increase Blog Traffic

In Blogging by Chatty Sharma35 Comments

 

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How to increase blog traffic? It is just a daily routine question. All the newbie bloggers and struggling bloggers are just asking this question over and over. Everyone is reading different strategies to increase blog traffic. Some even buy online courses to do so. But, no matter how much traffic you have, you are still gonna ask “How to increase blog traffic?” because everyone needs more of it. Now, each newbie blogger would like to ask every expert blogger that what tools they use to increase blog traffic. Don’t worry you don’t need to ask any expert blogger this question because I suppose I have asked many expert bloggers this question and many of them replied back with their answers. The Question Asked Was – “What are the top 3 tools you use to increase your blog traffic?”

Top Tools To Increase Blog Traffic (As Voted By 35 39 Experts!)

 

  • Email – 9 votes
  • Twitter -9 votes
  • Triberr – 7 votes
  • Google Plus & LinkedIn (Combined) – 6 votes
  • Facebook – 6 votes
  • Google Analyics & Google Search (Combined) – 5 votes
  • WordPress & Blog Commenting (Combined) – 5 votes
  • Social Networks -5 votes
  • Reddit & StumbleUpon (Combined) – 4 votes
  • HootSuite -4 votes

 

Top 3 Tools To Increase Blog Traffic

Below are the replies that I received from the experts

1. Ammar Ali – AllBloggingTips | Follow Ammar-Ali

The tools that I use depend on several factors. I have been using different tools to grow my blog traffic. If I had to pick only three tools to increase blog traffic. They are:

  1. MadMimi: MadMimi is email marketing tool that I use for newsletter. I’m using MadMimi from more than a year to increase my blog traffic by promoting it through email list. This email marketing service is affordable, really great for fast e-mail campaigns, and it’s so easy to use.
  2. Google Analytics: An awesome tool by Google. Free and priceless tool as well. I use this tool to check which source is bringing in traffic and which is not. It also helps to track if my promotion methods are working or not. It’s bad idea to waste time working on traffic generation methods which aren’t really driving any traffic.
  3. Social Networks: On social networks there are a billion people out there, and most use it regularly. I use Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to promote my content. This helps to increase traffic as well as social signals.

2. Patrick Phillips – Patrick’s Place | Follow Patrick-Phillips

3. Ann Smarty – ViralContentBuzz | Follow

Ann-Smarty SU -> StumbleUpon

4. Alex Ivanovs – CodeCondo | Follow Alex

  1. WordPress – I can do a lot of things from my WordPress dashboard, especially in terms of researching ideas, putting together an editorial calendar, and maintaining a healthy schedule of posts.
  2. Trello – I use this project management tool to help me cope with the volume of work I have to do, be it for a client or for myself. It’s a good idea to get an editorial calendar, but Trello helps to keep track of all the little things, and the more organised I am – the more time I’ve got for building those extra visitors.
  3. Email – It’s not to be underestimated, a good email can open up a lot of new opportunities. I rely on email for finding clients, finding new partners and best of all; finding people who I share common interests with. It has helped me to land guest posts from people like Gregg Pollack, CEO of Code School.

You’ve to put in the right amount of work, in order to receive back the right kind of traffic. I’m not keen on investing a lot of money into expensive tools, even if that means that I’m losing %5 here and there.

5. Alice Fuller – SheerSocial | Follow Alice-Fuller

  1. LinkedIn
  2. Triberr
  3. Email

 

6. Rohit Palit – TechTage | Follow Rohit-Palit

Here are the top 3 tools I use to increase the traffic of TechTage:

  1. Inbound.org
  2. Jetpack Social Sharing Add-on for WordPress
  3. WordPress SEO by Yoast

7. Aaron Lee – PostPlanner | Follow Aaron-Lee

  1. Twitter Twitter is hands down the best platform to build relationship. While it may not be a direct traffic source at first, the relationship that you’ve developed in the long term will help you grow your blog traffic exponentially. This is my  #1 focus.
  2. Facebook This is the best platform to use if you want to increase traffic onto your site. To give you an idea of how powerful Facebook is as a traffic driver, 80% of Post Planner’s readers comes from Facebook. We’ve been using this platform to continuously grow our traffic for years.
  3. Email lists If you’re not growing your email list, chances are you’re wasting the blog traffic that you’re getting. Start today! This give you constant traffic source to your blog.

8. Lisa Ibry – 2CreateAWebsite | Follow

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9. Shashi Bellamkonda – Shashi | Follow

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10. Ted Rubin – TedRubin | Follow Ted-Rubin

For me it is not about tools, but about strategy, and execution. Here are a few things to consider in addition to just posting articles and working the SEO angle…

  1. User-Friendly Navigation: Keeping your blog easy to navigate with intuitive category labels will help people find the information they seek much faster. Also, make it easy for readers to leave comments and share your posts on various channels that will help lead others back to you.
  2. Look for Holes in Your Competition: Take a look at your competition’s blogs and websites. Are there content holes they’ve missed that you can take advantage of? Ways to add value not already available and help you stand out. Those consistently provide lots of content have a bigger chance of attracting people who are actively looking for information.
  3. Don’t Close Your Comments: Don’t close the door for people to leave comments on your blog; doing so leaves the impression that you only care about what you have to say and are not willing to be responsive to others. Seth Godin can do it, and it sure works for him, but until you are playing in that league, don’t go there.
  4. Commenting on Other Blogs: Look for other blogs in your industry that have a good amount of traffic and comments, and contribute a comment, but only if you think you can add value to the conversation. Be careful not to promote your blog here; just add some insight, and do it on a regular basis. Make seeking out and commenting on other blogs a part of your daily activities. The more you contribute to the conversation happening around you, the more you’ll be seen as a thought-leader (and people will click on your link to check you out).
  5. Syndicate, syndicate, syndicate… share your content via all social channels always including Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. And don’t be afraid to do it more than once periodically sharing old posts via your social channels, especially those that were well received. Also let others freely repost your content with a link back to the original post.

11. Robert Caruso – BundlePost | Follow

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12. Drew – TheRockAndRollChemist | Follow Drew

  1. Twitter
  2. Relevant Internet Forums
  3. Facebook

 

13. Gurwinder Singh – Zesbe | Follow Gurwinder-Singh

The first thing that I would recommend is to make perfect use of social media. Though, there is no specific social media network that would work for everyone. If Twitter is working for me, then it doesn’t means it would work for you too. It entirely depends upon your blog, you connections, your reach, your targeted audience, your content and so on. For example – the best way to promote cooking or beauty blogs is to use Pinterest while for Tech or Blogging blogs it’s Facebook or Twitter. So the traffic a particular social network provides you definitely depends upon your niche as well. I hope that makes sense. Personally, I’m getting traffic in this order from top 3 social media websites: Twitter > Google+ > Facebook. Apart from this, question and answer sites like Yahoo! Answers, Answers.com can also help you get a good number of visitors daily, if you leverage them properly. But keep in mind that you don’t spam them with your links instead try to add some value to the asked question. Lastly, you can also use blog commenting to build some traffic to your blog. Look for best blogs within your niche and then try to interact with the author and his/her readers via blog comments. The same above rule goes here as well. Don’t spam, but provide value. In a nutshell, the best way to build long-term blog traffic is to write unique and valuable content consistently and regularly. If you be patient, your hard work would definitely pay you one day or so.

  1. Moz
  2. Google Analytics
  3. KISSmetrics

 

15. Buffer Team – BufferApp | Follow Buffer

Hey there! This might help out: Buffer’s July Marketing Report.  I’m not certain about tools but it seems syndication and personal emails helped quite a bit in July! – Mary

 

 

16. Tommy Walker – ConversionXL | Follow Tommy-Walker

These are not “tools”, they are networks comprised of real people. that’s like saying, “how do you get good at ‘phone’ to talk to more people?” the best “tools” are email, phone, IM. But more importantly, paying attention to what people need, then delivering. in an undeniably good & useful way. Sounds cliche, but when most people start looking at networks as “tools” the human connection is a breath of fresh air, and a much needed reminder there are people on the other sides of this screen.

17. Lyndon Antcliff – EnviroSkipHire | Follow Lyndon-Antcliff

  1. Gmail
  2. WordPress
  3. Twitter

 

18. Imran Uddin – AllTechBuzz | Follow Imran-Uddin

My majority of traffic comes from Google. Along with that I use social media channels especially like Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon. I also use LinkedIn and StumbleUpon as well.

But Facebook serves as the best medium of traffic.

19. Daniel Scocco – DailyBlogTips | Follow Daniel-Scocco

  1. Google Webmaster Tools
  2. Facebook
  3. Twitter

 

20. Rand Fishkin – Moz | Follow

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21. Mike Allton – TheSocialMediaHat | Follow Mike-Allton

The top three tools that I use to increase blog traffic are:
  1. Triberr
  2. Canva
  3. Google+ Circles

Triberr has been one of the most effective tools and techniques that I’ve found. I’ve connected with hundreds of like-minded bloggers who regularly share my latest blog posts to their own Twitter audiences. Since those Twitter users are following these bloggers for the same kinds of articles that I’m writing, there’s inherent interest. The resulting referral traffic via Twitter speaks for itself.

Canva, on the other hand, is more subtle. As a graphic design tool, it has enabled me to “up my game” when it comes to blog graphics. My main blog images are far better now, and I’ve been able to create more complex graphics and infographs as well. The result is a far more interesting visual presence, particularly on Google+ and Pinterest.

Finally, the Google+ feature of Circles has allowed me to create a Notification Circle. These are hundreds of people who have “opted in” to my blog notification circle, and Google+ let’s me ping them as soon as I’ve shared a new blog post to the network. This results in an immediately influx of views, +1’s, comments and shares.

22. Yaro Starak – Entrepreneurs-Journey | Follow Yaro-Starak

The largest sources of traffic I have is Google search results, followed by my email list, and then my podcast.

I also use social media, but they are very small sources of traffic compared to those three.

 

23. Mark Traphagen – SearchEngineLand | Follow Mark-Traphagen

My top three tools for increasing blog traffic:
  1. HootSuite (or Buffer or any tool that allows you to pre-schedule social media posts) – We keep a spreadsheet of all the “evergreen” content on our site, the posts and other information that is still useful. We review that list regularly to see what needs updating or removal from the list. Then we feed those into our scheduler program so they go out in our social media channels throughout the month, in between our new posts. We find that every time we do that almost all the content gets significant new traffic.
  2. Relationships – Yes, I know that’s not a “tool,” but I know of nothing more powerful for building your blog traffic than building a dedicated audience who love what you do. Do everything you can to stroke, praise, and help the people who regularly reshare and promote your content. Over time you will have built a powerful machine that will help spread your content farther than you ever could on your own. This is also great for natural link building, as these people are more likely to link to your content from their own sites.
  3. Snip.ly – This is my latest toy, and I’m really amazed by the results we’re getting. Sniply allows you to build shortened links that when clicked place a small overlay at the bottom of the linked content with whatever message and link you want. Sort of a customized “if you liked this, you’ll probably want to read this too.” I find it most effective when you make the linked Snip relevant to the content you’ve shared. In our first two weeks our snip.ly links shared out on Twitter and Google+ have had several hundred clicks with a 7% conversion rate (i.e., 7% of those who clicked our link to see the shared content also clicked our Snip.ly link to go to our own recommended content).

24. Ryan Biddulph – BloggingFromPradise | Follow Ryan-Biddulph

  1. Hootsuite Pro
  2. Tom Ewer’s Evergreen Post Planner Plugin
  3. My mental tool aka my mind.

 

25. Richard Marriot – Clambr | Follow Richard-Marriott

  1. Email – Email is actually the only thing you need to get all the social shares and traffic you want. Whenever you want to get traffic to an important post simply email influencers in your niche (who you think will be interested in your content). You’ll also want to email anyone who has shared similar content likes yours before. If your email is personal, respectful and non-pushy you should be able to get some very nice shares (maybe even a link if you’re lucky!) Sad thing is, despite everyone knowing that targeted email outreach is hands down the best way to get traffic, very few put it to practice.
  2. Reddit – Post a link to your blog’s latest article in a sub-Reddit that fits your niche. For example, if you’re in the seduction niche choose Seddit. Redditors can be pretty brutal btw, so if you don’t want to get caught out by everyone as being one of those girls / guys who just posts their own links then you can pay someone on Fiverr to post the link for you. Then, if you want your link to get up voted loads and stay at the top of the list in your sub-Reddit you can even pay for up votes on Fiverr. I do this A LOT in a variety of sub-Reddits and have had some crazy amazing results – because as long as your link stays near the top of the list for just a few hours it will pile through a TON of traffic (depending on how popular the sub-Reddit is).
  3. Google – This one might sound a little out of place (since the previous tools I recommended are focused around the promotion side of things) but Google is the main tool I use to get consistent traffic to my blogs. That’s because the bulk of my effort in attracting consistent traffic is focused around organic SEO. Organic traffic from Google is my favorite type of traffic because it captures a much more engaged audience who are genuinely searching for answers rather than those who got swept in my a social media storm.

26. Suzanne – Philatravelgirl | Follow Suzanne

  1. Twitter
  2. Triberr
  3. have been told to have a contest but haven’t done that yet

 

27. Venchito Tampon – Filipino Motivational Speaker| Follow Venchito-Tampon

 

  1. Reddit

There are many ways to increase blog traffic using Reddit, but this technique has proven to be effective in bringing referral traffic to my blog: Interview opportunity (Reddit Ask Me Anything) If you’ve been blogging high quality content for many years, then it’s time that you start approaching moderators in the Reddit section of your niche and local area. Participate first in some of the discussions (like Reddit AMAs of other influencers) and get more visibility by submitting high quality posts. Then approach moderators who can allow you to get the spotlight in Reddit. My recent Reddit AMA is a good example of this. It brought me 180 visitors to my blog which 76% of them are new visitors. [reddit-referrals] reddit-refferals It does not only give me traffic and a link back to my blog (from the interviewee’s profile description) but it helps me get the spotlight that I need for branding and for marketing my link building services.

  1. Cognitiveseo

You can use Cognitiveseo in any of the following blogging activities:

  • Finding link prospects from similar pages/domains (reverse engineering), identifying if there are opportunities to get links from them, then perform blogger outreach to earn links for your content/page.
  • Discovering fresh links of your competitors. Given that they are new links acquired by your competitors, there’s a high chance to also get links from those domains (as long as you provide value – such as sharing your ultimate guide).

You can check out this post on how to use backlink sources to get more referral traffic to your blog.

  1. WordPress plugins

Though it is not a specific tool, plugins are helpful products that you can install to your WordPress blog that can help speed up your website, optimize internal pages to increase their authorities and search ranking potentials and thus, get more blog traffic. You can check out this post on WPKube to see the best wordpress plugins recommended by blogging experts.

28. Jeff Bullas – JeffBullas.com | Follow Jeff-Bullas

  1. Twitter
  2. Marketizator
  3. Socialoomph (professional)

 

29. Adam Connell – BloggingWizard | Follow Adam-Connell

I use a lot of different tools, but the 3 that give me the best return in terms of traffic would have to be:

  • Triberr – This is a social platform that gives you the opportunity to put your content in front of people who want to share it. This platform primarily helps me get more social shares (particularly on Twitter) but the byproduct of this is more traffic.
  • SEMrush – Organic search is still a great way to get traffic, but you need to know which keywords to target. SEMrush is a paid tool but it tells me what keywords my competitors are ranking for and speeds up the research stage in a big way. By targeting the right keywords I’m able to optimize my content to get more traffic.
  • Google Analytics – While Google Analytics won’t help you get more blog traffic directly, it will tell you what sites are already sending you traffic. You can then leverage that traffic source and find a way to grow that traffic.

30. Larry Kim – WordStream | Follow Larry-Kim

  1. Buzzsumo
  2. Linkedin
  3. Twitter

 

31. Loz James – ContentChampion | Follow Loz-James

  1. Leadpages in combination with Aweber (I know that’s really two but they do go hand in hand!) – Building a list is so important for driving targeted traffic back to your site – so create a compelling lead magnet, install a Leadbox and start nurturing those subscribers with some superb free content on the back end with your autoresponder. This should be a priority.
  2. Content led outreach –  What you’re doing here is a great example Chatty – where the content your create is in itself informing the way it will be promoted. I’m sure everyone featured here will share this, so it’s a win-win situation for all involved.
  3. Start a podcast – I love podcasting because it’s a great way to not only connect with your target audience, but also some fascinating guests too. I’ve interviewed a lot of top bloggers, marketers and business professionals – and I learn something new every podcast, as do my listeners.

32. Jonha Revesencio – IJustDidIt | Follow Jonha-Revesencio

  1. RebelMouse – I use the platform to gather content various digital marketers and thought leaders and the Shout Out feature sends them a quick notification whenever they’re featured on the site. Embedding the RebelMouse in the blog also helps drive people to visit whenever Shout Outs are sent.
  2. StumbleUpon – Though most social bookmarking sites may no longer share as much interest from many, unlike the social networking sites, I still see SU as one of my main traffic referrers to my blog, iJustDid.org.
  3. Twitter – When used carefully along wit helpful scheduling tools, Twitter is a great traffic driver. Once you know when is the best time to publish and optimize your tweets, it helps to dramatically increase not only the site visits but also the time on site.

33. Ron Sela – RonSela.com | Follow Ron-Sela

  1. Triberr – Bloggers and social media enthusiasts are the perfect candidates for bringing more attention to their websites and companies. Becoming connected with the world has never been easier with various websites and blog posts listed on Triberr, that share similar themes and ideas, no matter what you’re interested in.
  2. LinkedIn Groups – Leveraging LinkedIn groups can serve as an important aspect of a strategic marketing campaign, but it’s not the only one. The best LinkedIn groups campaigns are thoughtfully integrated with other marketing channels, such as your website and email marketing.
  3. Scoop.it – Scoop.it helps you create webpages, called Topics, which include relevant articles, or “scoops.” You create “scoops” by entering relevant keywords. Scoop.it also makes it easy to share your topic with widgets, RSS feeds and social media tools. Scoop.it provides a very efficient sharing platform, as it allow you to share content over numerous social networks.

34. Erik Emanuelli – NoPassiveIncome | Follow Erik Emanuelli

  1. Triberr I have been using Triberr since the very beginning of the creation of this outstanding tool. It’s awesome how you can get your content shared by top bloggers and increase your audience, by simply being active in the Triberr community. Just be sure to join some tribes and engage with tribemates, while sharing their content, leaving comments and visiting their blog posts.
  2.  JustRetweet It’s definitely one of the most popular online tools to boost your traffic and get new connections, improving your audience and marketing your content. Earn credits by sharing other user content and submit your latest blog posts, to receive social signals and traffic
  3. Blogging Commmunities I share my content on the most popular blogging communities, like BlogEngage, BizSugar, Kingged, DoSplash and Klinkk (I’m the founder of it). What new users must understand is that you need to be actually active in those communities, if you want to get effective results. It’s not enough to simply share your content, you must comment other stories and visit the blogs of the users. In few words, increase your connections!

35. Umar Khan – KhanSEO | Follow Umar-Khan

  1. Relevant Social Media Communities: We all know how powerful social media is but very few of us know how it can be beneficial to our site/blog. Just spare sometime and get active in relevant communities/groups. All the giants of Digital marketing industry like, MOZ, HubSpot Content Marketing Institutes and many others have their own Linkedin groups. There are various Facebook groups & Google+ Communities that follow a decent decorum and hold a great potential. Get active there and start interacting with people!
  2. SlideShare: Slideshare has its own stardom, According to CMI report, it gets over 60 million views per month. All you need to do is to use it smartly; instead of bombarding with content, simply highlight the main points of your post with relevant and high quality images.
  3. Quora: Quora is one of the best Q/A platform that people from all the professions use it. It gets over 1.5 million visits per month. The best thing about this platform is you can directly get the insights from the influencers/experts in related discipline. It allows you to include your own links with your answer but…….. Don’t DARE to SPAM!! Quora’s Bot is highly efficient!

 

36. John Lee Dumas – EntrepreneurOnFire | FollowJohn

  1. Some may not consider it a tool, but your content (your writing) should be the #1 focus, and what you spend the most time on. Being able to write a post that 1) people want to read through to the end, and 2) that is packed with value, is an art, and it takes a lot of practice.
  2. Yoast SEO plugin. We always check each of our posts using the Yoast SEO plugin – this helps us get each of our posts optimized for SEO so they can be easily discovered in Google searches for our keywords.
  3. Hootsuite is the scheduler we use to do our Tweets, Google+ and LinkedIn. Promoting your content is key if you want it to be discovered, and Hootsuite makes this easy on us!

37 Zac Johnson – ZacJohnson.com | FollowZac-Johnson

  1. Tutorials – everyone loves tutorials and guides.
  2. Case studies – being able to show that something works or doesn’t is gold.
  3. Creating premium content – doing more than just text emails and creating infographics and videos is huge.

 

38. Evgeniy Garkaviy – Temi | Follow  Evgeniy Garkaviy

  1. Twitter – it is probably is one of the most useful social network nowadays. My main goal is to get tweets from authoritative accounts and then their readers will share my content. For example when I was working on this post “Leading Indian Travel Bloggers Tell About Their Job“, I focused only on Twitter but received a lot of FB reshares too. The same I can say about your post that already received 224 Tweets.
  2.  Aweber – when my new post is published, I inform users using this tool. Every day my email list continue to grow and it means that each new post on my blog will received more views.
  3. Google Analytics – when I’m using many SEO techniques it is very useful to know which of them are working good and on which of them I should not spend a lot of time. The most important for me is that Analytics is completely free and work very well with real time data.

 

39. Vladimir Gendelman – CompanyFoldersFollowVladimir Gendelman

The top three tools I use to increase blog traffic are:
  1. Facebook: Its selective targeting lets us connect with graphic designers and engage the audience that will most appreciate a certain post.
  2. Pinterest: It’s specially designed to showcase images, which makes our free design resources and infographics popular.
  3. Custom images: These grab people’s attention as they are scrolling through their newsfeed because people’s eyes recognize pictures faster than words. Typically, bold, eye-catching warm colors are more successful.

 

THANKS!

‘A huge THANKS!! to all the experts who contributed to this post. A special thanks to Richard from Clambr.com to inspire me to create an expert roundup like this one.

Just for quick recap, here are the results, again

Top Tools To Increase Blog Traffic (As Voted By 35 39 Experts!)

 

  • Email – 9 votes
  • Twitter -9 votes
  • Triberr – 7 votes
  • Google Plus & LinkedIn (Combined) – 6 votes
  • Facebook – 6 votes
  • Google Analyics & Google Search (Combined) – 5 votes
  • WordPress & Blog Commenting (Combined) – 5 votes
  • Social Networks -5 votes
  • Reddit & StumbleUpon (Combined) – 4 votes
  • HootSuite -4 votes

 

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Comments

  1. Hi Chatty,

    Awesome list, thanks so much for asking me to share 😉

    I’d add, that my content, and Triberr, are 2 other tools which rock. Content is the fuel that makes the tools work, because without content whatever tools you use to spread the word won’t do much for you.

    Keep churning out top shelf stuff and whatever tools you use should work nicely. That’s the fuel that makes your blog traffic grow. Write 500 words or more daily; no need to publish daily, but do keep writing, to get your blogging game in order.

    After you bump up your blogging game you’ll have the most powerful tool in your arsenal; value. Share value frequently and you’ll darn well attract targeted traffic and sales, to rock out your blogging business.

    As for Triberr I didn’t even think of the site as a tool when I responded to you.

    Gotta add an edit 😉 Triberr is far and away the #1 tool on my list because like many folks up top said it’s a tremendous resource for leveraging your presence quickly. I’ve connected with so many blogging pros through Triberr and have expanded my presence in a matter of weeks simply by sharing other people’s content, being social and running my own growing tribe.

    Fab list of pros here.

    Thanks again.

    I’ll be happy to tweet this Chatty.

    Ryan

    1. Author

      Yup. We all should always remember that content is the king. Good Content = More Traffic
      And, Triberr is really a great tool to increase blog traffic!

      Thanks for the appreciation & Share, Ryan!

  2. Hi Chatty,
    what a great list of tools and tips in this post.

    There are so many experienced marketers to learn from.
    This is the kind of article any new blogger should read thoroughly.

    Great to know many others suggested the same tools I mentioned.
    Like Triberr, confirmed by my friend Ryan.
    They both rock!

    Thanks for including me, Chatty.
    Just shared via Twitter and Google+.

  3. Hi Chatty,
    Its great seeing the different tools applied by experts to increase traffic. A trend I have deduced from this post is that most of these experts bloggers depend on social media like Twitter to generate traffic.

    Nevertheless, the tool or platform applicable to each person is a function of the level of his/her business.

    By the way, I like the analysis made by Ted Rubin on the few things to consider in addition to just posting articles and working the SEO angle!

    I have shared this comment in kingged.com where this post was shared.

  4. Chatty, Thanks for the awesome post with SO many awesome bloggers all in one place! I LOVE it! I am sharing it! I just started a new site, and I use Viral Content Buzz (VCB), Triberr, Pinterest & Facebook:).

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  6. What a great list! There are many tools here I have not heard of and will definitely research. I keep hearing about Triberr but I have not joined yet. I plan to do so tonight? Is this a paid tool or free? Thanks

  7. Hi Chatty,

    thanks for sharing these great tools. Your post will be helpful to all writers, who want to make blogging as their career.

    Really good work !

    regards,

  8. Hi Chatty

    A very informative post which shows your hard work to complite it.
    Doing this kind of work where more than several experts are involved is really a heck of the job.

    I observed most of them use search engines, email and social media to increase their blog traffic. Many of them pointed a specific tool to share at social media in bulk and mentioned one of the platforms of social media.

    Overall it is a very very informative post and all the names are from A list of bloggers.

    Thanks for sharing.

  9. Hi Chatty,

    It was great I could see this list. 🙂
    Honestly, I know some of these tools. However, there are many tools that I don’t know yet. That’s why I say that this is a great list!

    If we can use this tool effectively, of course we will also get a lot of traffic as obtained by the experts. Well, I will start to test as well.

    Thanks for sharing this great list, Chatty.
    Nice share, indeed! 🙂

    I found your post at kingged.com where this post was shared. I kingged it as well.

    Regards,
    Nanda

  10. A very informative article. I personally use twitter, facebook and facebook groups, scoop it and sometimes if I have time I would use Linkedin. There is a couple of options that I never heard about so I will be investigating… again very informative article. 🙂

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  12. Thanks Chatty for this opportunity. Very good post 🙂 Please continue to update your blog with somthing similar.

  13. Hey chatty,
    Awesome man. I appreciate your hardwork behind this post. I came across many bloggers mentioned above but not all. Thanks for making me familiar with all those blogging legends.
    I want you to check the link of “Quicksprout” is working.
    Keep going

  14. Hi Chatty,

    Increasing website traffic is every blogger’s dream & your research on this posts worth and very helpful. Its very important to be active in social media to get good traffic, every new blogger waste time in increasing the rank. If the quality and post schedule is maintained, ranking increases automatically.Following above tips will surely help to gain more traffic.

    Regards,
    Ovais Mirza

  15. BrightVerge: Great article! I think that most people have a tendency to neglect / fail to recognize the importance of analytics. All of the answers a blogger needs will come out of the data they collect from their visitors. You just have to take the time to dig into it and research what it means.

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  17. Hi Chatty
    Worth Compilation by you, The round up post is really good take for all. Even few of Top notch in blogging industry has come and shared the post that itself improve the overall quality of the Post. I will also plan such compilation on my blog Bloggercart soon.
    Happy Blogging

  18. So many big names up there, you did a fab job putting this post together.

    I always wanted to know more about Ammar Ali, and today, you introduced me with another picture of him.

    If I’m not wrong, your blog isn’t that old, yet you made some good outreach.

    I think I can take a big lesson from it, and that is, people in blogosphere are really hospitable.

    And I read your post about twitter, the one where you described how you got top influencers to follow you. That helped me to break the ice little bit.

    But before doing some outreach, I believe I should be enriching my blog some as well. After I’ve got a little foundation, I’ll start meeting people.

    And please keep us updated with what you do, Love your stuff here.

    ~ M.H.Shoab

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