Today is traffic Tuesday and I’m going to show you how you can literally put your content in front of millions of eyeballs.
This is really easy, it’s really simple and anyone can do this.
It’s the best day of the week because I get to show you some awesome traffic strategies to help you grow your website and grow your business.
This is an incredibly powerful strategy, and it’s one that I have just recently discovered myself, so I thought I had to share it with you.
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Works for Every Niche
Now, it doesn’t matter what your niche is, you’re going to discover channels that have millions of views and are relevant to your niche.
These high traffic channels are the perfect place to put your content on.
For example, the DIY channel has 2 million views, e-learning has 3 million views, the health channel has 6 million views, and the gaming channel has 8 million views.
And that’s just the very tip of the iceberg.
As you can see, we’re dealing with popular sources of traffic.
That means you can drive large volumes of traffic to your website for free.
It’s a website called Scoop.it and it’s a content curation platform.
Expert Content Curation
Industry experts and authority figures use this from almost every niche you can image, and they share the best content from their niches.
Scoop.it allows you to put your content in front of those experts for them to share. This is content curation.
Some channels have massive followings and anyone can create their own channel.
The digital marketing channel alone has almost 3 million views, so that’s a substantial amount of people who crave that type of content.
I’m going to show you how to use Scoop.it to drive traffic to your website.
Today you’ll learn how to publish your content on there, I’ll also show you how to save time by publishing your content across multiple social media platforms with one click, and I’ll also show you exactly how to put your content in front of the biggest names on the platform.
So by the end of this post you’ll know exactly how to drive large volumes of traffic to your website and I’m going to show you how to do it for free, providing that you have awesome content to begin with.
So let’s head over to Scoop.it and create a free account.
Once you’ve chosen unique and added a few keywords you can then add your first scoop.
Its real easy; just paste in a link to some of your content and click the button.
Now it’s going to take a few seconds for the platform to retrieve your content but another powerful feature allows you to publish to multiple social media profiles at once.
So you can choose a Facebook profile, Facebook pages, your Twitter account, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Buffer and I think there’s a few more too.
So how do you put your content in front of the popular experts and authority figures in your niche?
Again this is ridiculously easy.
First of all, you’ll want to choose a high-traffic channel relevant to your niche.
On that channel scroll down to find people who are publishing frequently and have a look at their profile.
On their profile you can see the channels that they have created.
Choose a relevant channel with a large following, and at the top of the page you will see a ‘suggest’ field.
Paste a link to your content in there and then hit the button.
Now your chosen expert will see your suggestion, and they might share it with their audience if its good enough.
And the great thing about this; when they share your content, their followers also tend to share that piece of content across their platforms too.
This is a really good way to go viral in your niche.
Obviously this is a powerful strategy that’s easy to use and anyone can do.
But before you run off to start promoting your content, let me give you some points to consider.
This is going to make sure that get you the best results.
First of all; only share high value content that is relevant to the channels you contribute to.
Make sure that your content is absolutely shareable, that its top-notch and it’s something that people really do want to read or it solves a specific problem.
Then be consistent.
You have to have a regular curation schedule.
So bring this into your marketing mix and make it part of your daily or weekly routine.
And then finally add unique insights to your Scoops, and SEO them.
Google can pick on this content too, so add a piece of original content in there and make sure that you SEO it just like you would with any other piece of content.
And remember, this is simple – so anyone can do it, and you can do this too.
Now there’s nothing stopping you from driving large volumes of traffic to your website for free and by the end of the day you could be seeing amazing results from this strategy.