Website Outreach Strategy: Almost 1,000 Visitors a day for Free

Today I’m going to show you how I got almost 1,000 visitors per day, for free, to a brand new website.

This is a really cool and laid back strategy that you can use to drive serious amounts of traffic to your website.

You can just have to copy me.

I’m going to show you the actual results, you’re going to see inside Google Analytics.

And then I’m going to show you step by step how you can do it too.

So you’re going to get outstanding results.

This traffic strategy is based on outreach.

We’re going to approach bloggers and influencers, the people who share the same kind of content that we create.

Traffic Results from Outreach

But before I show you how to do it let’s have a look at the stats:

This is a look inside my Google Analytics account.

On the very first day we have zero traffic.

The second day again we have zero traffic.

But on the third day we get around 500 visitors to the website – from nothing.

Then on the fourth day we go over 750 visitors.

And then on the fifth day it starts to decline.

The traffic begins to increases slightly because I’m refining the process, and then towards the end of the fortnight we have a big spike in traffic.

Almost 1,500 visitors come to the website in a single day.

I’m starting to hit the right frequency that makes this strategy work.

We have some pretty amazing results, considering that this is a brand new website.

It’s becoming a consistent and predictable strategy to generate traffic.

There’s around 700 visitors per day to the website, without breaking a sweat.

And some days we’ve doubled that.

So how can you do this too?

It’s really easy.

What’s the Outreach Strategy?

What usually happens after you write your blog post?

You publish it and then you try and promote it, right?

Well, for this strategy to work best, I’m going to ask you to hold-off doing that just yet.

If you’re writing a blog post at the moment then resist publishing it for a few days.

But listen, I gotta warn you; it has to be a really good post to make this work.

Instead of publishing it, you find influencers and bloggers that have tweeted similar types of content to the one you’ve just created.

Then you send them an email telling them how much you loved the content that they shared – but don’t be over-the-top about it, just tell me that you found it very useful.

Next, mention that you have something similar coming out in a few days, and ask them if they would like to see it when it’s published.

Now, because they’ve already shared a similar piece of content, you know that they ARE interested in the type of content you are creating.

That means you now have a high probability that they will; firstly, read the email, and then secondly, get back in touch with you agreeing to look at your article.

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Additional Outreach Considerations

It’s important to note that you’re not asking them to promote you.

You’re not being over-the-top smarmy and you’re not being pushy.

And most importantly you’re being personal – so you’re not spamming a whole bunch of influencers or bloggers.

You’ve been very personable, professional and approached them as an individual.

So when you publish your article, just send them the link.

If it’s a good piece of content then there’s a strong possibility of them promoting it for you, because they’ve done that in the past with other strong pieces of content.

Anyone can use this little strategy to drive serious amounts of traffic to their website, and you can do this too.

It’s really simple and it will take you maybe a minute or two to write and send the email.

And the potential rewards are enormous.

Pretty cool, right?

I’ve given you an actionable strategy, that is proven to work.

Mick Meaney

Hi, I'm Mick! I've been pro blogging since 2004 and I will teach you proven strategies to help you get more website traffic and ethically profit from your passion.

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