I launched Issabeth.com at the beginning of the year to document my journey to financial freedom and in this blog post, I’m going to share how I drive 3.4 K views in 7 days in 15 minutes organic traffic to my website. Previous month I generated a 6.5K organic view to my Etsy shop with mainly Tailwind and Printest.
If you would like to read my experience selling on Etsy here is the blog postHow To Make Passive Income On Etsy 2019
Today I’m going to share something different. Traffic is the oxygen of any website&brand, without i makes you irrelevant on the Internet.
I think in today’s society,if you give more than you take,eventually you will win at the end.It’s the same concept on the Internet but just with technology.Jab Jab Hook,that is the blueprint.
Have you noticed our attention are getting more expensive? Fifteen years ago email marketing was the shit. Getting a 90% open rate is normal, now it takes a free ebook just to have someone sign up on the email list. Google keywords were 5 cents a click now it’s a couple dollar.
The top three platforms as of right now that hold the most attention is Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram. Distributing contents on all of this platform is key and not putting all the eggs in one basket.
Now most of us doesn’t have a huge following to start with or the “plug” to get the ball rolling and ends up never share their piece of mind.
Recently I started working on driving organic traffic to my website. I was able to drive 3.4 K views in 7 days in 15 minutes on posting my content on mostly Reddit.
Literally It Took Me 15 Minutes To Get 3.4 K Views
It’s quite simple actually
For example do you guys remember the guy that post a funny rap video that went virtal and got him a job on Vaynormedia?
I understand that it could of happen in any social platform as well but I think that Reddit have one of the most engaging comment section of out of all platforms because users are completely anonymous,thus there is no filter for them to express.
I truly believe Reddit is the most SLEPT platforms to drive organic traffic and if you are not using Reddit to drive traffic you are missing out big time.
Let me rephrase this in my tone.
If you are not spamming the shit out of Reddit until they ban your IP address you’re missing out big time
Pretend I’m running a Media agency right now. I would immediately hire three unpaid interns and have them be on Reddit the whole day or I can pay a couple bucks an hour on Fiverr or Freelancer and have them distribute the heck out of the content right now.
I would argue that is worth it to take out half of your winning Facebook ads budget and use that to hire people to distribute content on Reddit because
If anything I want you to take away from this article and that give more than you take