Tips to Promote your Blogs – Increase Traffic Views

Blogjob, the best site by pixabay

Blogjob, the best site by pixabay

Writing at Blogjob is a wonderful site for me.


Aside from publishing my post at Blogjob, I could share the link of my new blogs on different social media sites which are available for me to choose to share or not.


Although it is not compulsory to do so, I make it a habit to share a link of my new post at:


  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • Linkedin
  • Tumblr
  • Pinterest


I did noticed that most writers do not promote their blogs elsewhere. Maybe they do obtain good traffic from Blogjob internal traffic itself.

Unfortunately, my traffic flow is not as high as theirs. Therefore, I had to think of another way to bring in eternal traffic in order to increase my points.

share medias by pixabay

share medias by pixabay

To share or not ?

There should not be any problem with the share media sites because I find more traffic coming into my articles after the URL link was posted.

I am sure Blogjob team would love to have high traffic flow coming in from both inside and outside of Blogjob site.

If it is not encouraged, why would Blogjob provide these  sharing media sites on the top banner of each article, right?


Optional social media sites

Besides the abovementioned 6 share media sites, you could opt for additional sites for more traffic:


  • DIGG
  • Skyrock
  • Blogger
  • WordPress
  • Reddit
  • TSU
  • Redgage
  • DIGG
  • Stumbleupon
  • Delicious
  • Wikinut

Frankly speaking, I do get lots of response from Redgage and Stumbleupon but not the rest. You can check your traffic views from Google Analystic.


I have to admit that internal traffic from Blogjob gives me more points than any share media and writing online sites that I had ever tried my hands on.

Therefore, I regarded these share media sites as the gears to bring in traffic flow to my published articles at Blogjob.

Other methods to promote my articles

In addition to it, I also tried my luck at answering questions by joining forums , Yahoo Answers.

I target on those questions which are related to my Blogjob articles so that I could share my related article link to help people to find answers.

However, do not spam your links at these questions and answers sites.

They might ban or close your account for spamming.



originally written by peachpurple

photo credits: pixabay

Peachpurple is a homemaker, writes for Hubpages, Wikinut, Persona Paper


  1. Wow! @peachpurple is good at drawing 🙂
    I don’t like to share any of my online writings on facebook.. However I do share (sometimes) on stumbleupon and twitter. About Redgage – are people still active there? I checked yesterday but it doesn’t seem that anybody is active there now!

  2. I really like your drawing. I get more traffic at G+ and pinterest than any other social media sites. Interacting with other people online is a must. If one only share the links there and left without seeing what the others wrote is a no go. One has to return the favor and that is good for our traffic.

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