Traffic Building

Increase Traffic through Pinging-Part 1

Posted on July 3, 2007. Filed under: Traffic Building |

To increase traffic to your blog, you’ll need to do the following: Update your blog regularly, at least 3 times a week. Improve and maintain the quality of your content. Submit your blog to at least one search engine like Google. Exchange your blog with other bloggers. Get your blog listed in some blog directories. A blog without a good content will not be able to keep visitors returning. You may hit them. Today I am going to tell you about “How Pinging helps in bringing traffic“.

Pinging your website it is the best way to attract search engines and get more traffic. But you must be aware of the fact that pinging won’t deliver direct traffic to your website. It will simply generate indirect traffic to your pages by sending requests to other services which are using feeds for content because there are many people who are willing to use your feeds as content. This will quickly increase the area where you have links directing to your website.

This is the first step every blogger should perform in order to get few traffics. I always used to ping after posting every new content.

Search Engines love changing content and therefore they love to visit a site that is constantly updated. Blogs are a great way of offering this changing contents, especially they have a “Pinging” features.

One such features is “Ping-O-Matic“. Actually it is service to update different search engines that your blog has updated. To do this go to

http://pingomatic.com/

Your ping-o-matic page will look like this.

In this page you are required to fill up two fields, The Blog Name and the Blog Home page(the address of your blog), Here you have put the actual URL of the blog and not the RSS URL.

Next in the SERVICES TO PING, click on the CHECK COMMON. then click the “Send Pings“.

Let me know if you have similar ideas about pinging and huh if it helps you. please leave a comment.

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