#148: How to Drive Enormous Traffic to Your Blog


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Want to learn how to drive enormous traffic to your blog?

Today I'm talking with Melanie Ferguson from Southern Crush at Home for a Part 2 interview.

Melanie starting focusing on her blog about a year ago, and since then has grown it large enough to be accepted into the ad network, MediaVine, which has a minimum of 50k sessions per month.

You will learn the strategies Melanie used to leverage her large Facebook page to grow her blog.

I was impressed with how strategic she was at directing her traffic from social media to her blog.

Because building a business on Facebook is like building a business on rented land, we talk about the value of making your blog the hub of your business, and treating all the other areas as spokes.

We also talk about the importance of showing your face on video to build your community of fans.

Melanie share all her best tips for going live. And even she admits that it still feels weird, but gives her reasons for doing it and why you should consider it, too.

If you are looking for concrete strategies for driving traffic and engaging with your audience, this is the episode for you!

Show Notes: Subscribe to The Blogger Genius Podcast: Imagine a world where growing your social media followers and email list was easy…

If you are looking for ways to grow your community whether that be email whether that be social media, right now head to Milotree.com install the MiloTree app on your blog and it will do the work for you. Let it do the heavy lifting for you.

Let it pop up in front of your visitors and ask them to follow you on Instagram Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, join your list, check out the exit intent but really get your community growing. And we’d love to help you with MiloTree. And I will see you here again next week.

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