Many people ask “Why isn’t my blog getting any traffic?” You can sit around and pout or do something about it. Take into account these reasons and determine if they are true about your blog.
1.) Your blog is new
Just because you built it does’t necessarily mean they will come. Give it time and effort before you cry out for attention.
2.) Your content is boring
Even if search engines can’t tell how interesting your blog is by themselves, they do understand that the best content is linked to from other sites. The only way to get those links is if your content is worth linking to.
3.) Your blog doesn’t have enough content
As much as I hate to admit it, quantity a lot of the time out does quality. The more articles you have, the greater chance you have to get a high ranking article.
4.) Your blog isn’t optimized for search engines
Most traffic for blogs come from search engines. If you aren’t optimizing it for them then you probably aren’t going to get the traffic you deserve.
5.) There isn’t a market for your niche
Read this article, What Is A Good Niche?
6.) Your niche has too much competition
To elaborate, you want a popular niche, but too much competition is bad. The more competition, the less likely you are to be seen.
7.) You aren’t utilizing social networking websites
Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.
8.) You aren’t utilizing long-tailed keywords
Read this article, Ways to Increase Organic Search Engine Traffic
9.) You’re last to the chow line
Meaning your articles have already been written by others before you. Possibly time and time again.
10.) You haven’t been commenting
Commenting on other blogs does help! Read this article, Does Commenting On Blogs Help SEO?
Is That All?
No, of course not. There are probably hundreds of other possibilities. Let’s start with these and work on finding your blogs weaknesses and strengthen them.