Ebook: Grow Your Traffic, Build Your Blog

Blogging Tips and Tricks for the Tenacious Blogger

Are you looking for advice on how to grow your audience? Do you want to make your blog more visible and attractive to new readers, but aren’t sure where to begin? Read our comprehensive guide on all things traffic: from analyzing your stats to capitalizing on your social networks, we have ideas you can use to take your blog to the next level (and beyond).

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    1. The links are the file formats, or you can click the link to the download page (at the bottom of the page or the image on the side), where you’ll see buttons with the available file formats.

      Let me know if you still can’t find it!

  1. This is pretty cool. I’ve been slowly building a blogging board on Pinterest with any helpful tips, tricks, and information I come across that will help me learn (and share) more about blogging, but this seems like it will cover many areas all in one place. Thanks!

  2. Thanks very much for the post. I have downloaded the pdf. Sometimes I feel many just come to the blog because they want a follow back. But I would like real readers to come to my blog – those who are interested in reading my Culinary Travel blog, rather than get a new follower for their own blogs.

  3. Hi Ben and all WordPress Editors,
    I finally had the time to read the whole ebook and it’s an excellent resource full of links to other excellent resources. Kudos!

    1. Thanks, timethief! I’m really glad you got to read the book, and even more so that you find it a useful resource.

    2. You’re a great community person. I was finding it challenging to add new contributors to one of my blogs. Your post in the forum came to the rescue.

      Also, I love the case study of Christian Mihai in this traffic ebook.

      A big thanks to the great team at Automattic. Please guys… don’t sell off to Facebook or Google yet. Y’all given value that money can’t buy.


  4. Downloaded a copy just now. Went through a few pages, and behold, I may have found an antidote to my publishing/posting gaps. It’s right on page 7 (the last part) of what I think will be a very helpful e-book. Thanks a lot.

  5. Thank you so much for this useful resource! I am also a newbie and aim at sharing valuable content through blogs to the community here. Muchas Gracias!

  6. WOW! That fits me to a TEE! I’m a newer blogger, and I do now have a book out!…Lol. I do blog about addiction & recovery. And I have been learn & enjoying all the wonderful tips and information you all have provided for us here! Thanks SO MUCH. I have 2 blogs here on WordPress and I have been very HAPPY with your hosting services.

    Warm Regards,
    Author Catherine Townsend-Lyon :-)

  7. the wonderful world of traffic generation. You assembled a lot of material for bloggers to think about. Maybe, one general idea for starters. Do not think too much about generating traffic when you start. From my point of view, the goal of starting a blog is to express an opinion or present own art. To be honest, I have a hard time, whenever I read the first few blogposts which seem to be so concerned with generating traffic and attracting users.

    My advice: Stay yourself. Write from your heart, shoot pictures with which you are comfortable with. State your opinion in other blog posts comments, even if it might lead to a discussion – which is not the worst thing in the world, I think. Everything else will come quite naturally over time.

    What I liked especially is your order of items. ‘Blog regularly’ is extremely important, also from my point of view. Work on your style, even more work on your language. You might have realized already, most of the authors/creative minds do not have english as their first language. So, it is even more important to work on your written words as it might be educational for quite a few people all over the world.

    Thanks again for all the material you put together!

  8. A great resource – thank you WordPress! I remember learning about some of these techniques when I was working my way through the also-excellent Zero to Hero program. Now I love that this ebook gives me a ‘road-map’ to look back on any time I need to. Thanks again :D

  9. I am new to the blog world and I see some really inspiring comments that make me excited to learn more about what Word Press tutorials have to offer and assist me with my new past time!