_Can_ you? Sure, but it's probably not the most effective way. What you're describing is "content marketing," and it's usually very good at improving the middle and bottom of the funnel. Meaning, when someone already knows about your site, your content marketing can help convert them to a trialer, or customer.
If you care about increasing conversions, absolutely do content marketing.
If you care more just about raw traffic numbers, you'd be better off doing something like search engine marketing (SEM), PR, and general marketing. Each of those drive the top of the funnel, and not much else.
I created a company that drives our customers mostly by posting and creating great content for them.
Here is how we do it.
First we identify Who they are and what are they looking for, trying to achieve.
Then we create content that will help them understand bith how we solve their problem and how are we going to help him achieve what he wants better than anyone.
Then we understand where they go to get information and we put it right there. Content marketing is more about context than blogging. Say your customers dont have the habit to go on blogs... Then what is the point?
Our customers are both companies and regular humans so we actually need to have a startegy for each one and measure what works and what doesnt.
Hope this helped so if you want to go deeper into ehat strategies can actually help your company don't doubt to approach me.
Have a great day everybody!
First - you'll need to define "a lot". And based on that number you'd need to have some idea about CTR and conversion ratios to make sense of the numbers and convert that into bottom line numbers.
Next - I'd ask why you want to drive this traffic to your site? I had a look and here are my observations:
1. There aren't any clear calls to action on it. It seems that you are hoping the visitor will click on the "Start With The Right Machine" link. Is this your business model? (i.e. to make a sale or commission from the purchase of the item?) In other words - once someone gets to your site (i.e. from an article) what are you hoping they'll DO? And how do you make money from that action?
2. The page takes a LONG time to load - as do the hyperlinks embedded in the images. If I weren't trying to help (i.e. taking a look to see what you have there to help you) I would have clicked the back button on my browser.
I'd suggest you re-think your business model as well as consider figuring out where you website fits in before investing any time in article marketing.
If you are interested in help with those things - let's set up a call.
Best of luck!
Yes, its the best way to get traffic to your site. Today's search engines reward you for great unique content about a niche. Google will reward your efforts if you produce good content that is better any one else in the niche as well as share it on social media. People who link to the content from their web site or through social media also show Google that it's valuable content and that will help your site show up higher in the search rankings. Google will also start to chck you site more frequently and daily posts show that the site is active and alive and of high quality for visitors.
In an ideal world, your blog should be directly integrated within your main website content management system, so it lives within your website's core domain. This helps your website build authority with search engines since every new blog article counts as an indexed page filled with searchable content. Whichever domain route you choose, it is key that blog visitors can easily access your core website pages, whether that be through the main website navigation still appearing when viewing a blog, or strategic use of calls-to-action that direct blog visitors to specific pages of your website. A daily or weekly blog frequency is only going to help you increase your traffic if the content is unique, thoughtful, and helpful to your readers. When creating any type of content, it's always better to follow the rule of quality over quantity, as long as you're not posting only one blog article per month.
You can read more here: https://www.weidert.com/blog/how-many-blog-posts-to-grow-traffic#:~:text=A%20daily%20or%20weekly%20blog,one%20blog%20article%20per%20month.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath