We have a few hundred bloggers here at SAS, and people are always asking me about how to increase page views to their posts. I'm going to give you my top ten answers to that question below, but first I have to give you "the page view caveat," which goes something like this ...
Page views can be a good measure if you want to compare the relative popularity of your blog, but they're not always the best measure of success. If your goal is to become known on a particular topic, use keyword and search measurements instead. If your goal is to increase traffic to your product site, measure how many visitors are taking that next step. If your goal is lead generation, measure the performance of your calls to action. You get the picture. Always find a measurement that meets your business goals.
With that said, if your first goal is just to get more visitors to your posts, here are my top ten suggestions on how to do that:
To summarize: Share, participate and be useful. Then share again. I guarantee your page views will go up, and most likely, some of those other measurements we talked about will too.
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