My Blog Traffic Sucks! 8 Simple Steps to Get 100,000 Blog Visitors without Working 8 Days a Week

My Blog Traffic Sucks! 8 Simple Steps to Get 100,000 Blog Visitors without Working 8 Days a Week

My Blog Traffic Sucks! 8 Simple Steps to Get 100,000 Blog Visitors without Working 8 Days a Week

Who Else Wants to Get 100,000 Visitors to Their Blog?
Tired of getting NO blog traffic? Hate when you write great posts that nobody reads? Want a REALISTIC, step-by-step plan for traffic generation?

Getting blog traffic doesn't have to be hard. The secret is to find what works and do more of that. In the guide "My Blog Traffic Sucks!" you'll get an eight-step blueprint that helps you generate your first 100,000 visitors.

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  1. BrandonTurner says:
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Probably the Best I’ve Read, November 5, 2012
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    Sometimes I just want to be told what to do, without needing to understand the 100,000 word theory and concepts behind something. Reading this book by Steve Scott is exactly what I wanted – no fluff, actionable content, and a step-by-step plan for building and growing a blog that is read by the masses. Another excellent eBook from Steve Scott.

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  2. Scot Conway says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
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    One year blogger. 400 subscribers. Needed help! It’s all right here., November 7, 2012
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    I’ve been blogging for a year. I have 400 subscribers. After breaking the one year mark and having so few subscribers, I decided it was time I found out why. Steve Scott’s book was recommended to me because he’s generated actual results and provides a step-by-step formula. Based upon what he says, I feel like I should probably just start over! My goodness! I’ve done only a handful of what he teaches. NO WONDER MY BLOG TRAFFIC SUCKS! Clearly I have a lot of work to do. At least now I know what to do! First order of business: Guest blogging. As part of that, earlier today I did a radio appearance to promote one of my books. I have so much more work that needs to be done. Here’s my GREAT news. I was so discouraged after a year of blogging to a slowly growing list that I was thinking of quitting. Now that I can see what to do, I see that rather than give it up, I need to invest the time to do it right. In the next year, I could have 100,000 subscribers. Even if I only get a tenth of those results, that’s STILL 25 times what I have now! Highly recommended.

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  3. Fever Knife says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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    Launching pad, November 5, 2012
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    Full disclosure: I know Scott from his blog and I really appreciate his approach to online business that flies in the face of “gurus” who would charge you an arm and leg for half-assed advice. I also have to say I’m not a complete beginner in the internet marketing space.

    My first thought after reading this book: “If only I’d had a resource like that when I was starting out in February this year”. Scott puts together heaps of information but keeps it palatable. It’s packed with information you can take and run. Importantly, it’s not really one of these “get rich quick schemes”. It’s actually the opposite. And I like that because, quite instinctively, I’ve gone down this road too.

    Scott talks about creating lasting value with your website. He talks about working hard and being patient with results. But most importantly, he shows tools. Plenty of them, in an easy-to-understand sequence you can apply to your blog, whether you have it already or keep dreaming of one.

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