4 Hidden Traffic Tips to Spike Your Traffic Stats

Traffic is the one thing that will ensure your product or service gets seen.  Traffic isn’t something that you have to create, it’s already there, buzzing all around you, all you have to do is find creative ways to harvest it.

In this blog post, I’m going to share with you 4 hidden ways to redirect Traffic to your site.  These Traffic tips don’t fall into any specific category, nor do they require any fancy skills sets.  They’re creative, yet simple and effective ways to instantly draw the buzz to your honeycomb.

1.)  Like Facebook comments

This Traffic tip is dual purpose.  It can be used to increase your Facebook “likes” as well as to ultimately drive more traffic to your blog.  While it can be effective to go through and “like” the pages of some of the gurus in your niche to get more traffic and likes to your Facebook page, it can prove to be even more effective to actually “like” the comments of the people on their fanpage.

Think about it.  Every time someone “likes” your status or a comment you’ve made, that little notification box pops up in the bottom left corner of your computer screen, right?  Naturally out of curiosity you click on that box to check out who it was that liked your comment.

The same holds true for everyone else on Facebook.  We as humans are curious creatures by nature.  By going through and “liking” individual comments of the fans on a related niche fanpage, there’s a much higher chance that people will come and check out your fanpage and “like” it as well.

This simple action will allow them to get exposed to you, your website and what you have to offer.  Once they get involved with the conversation, the chances are more likely that they’ll go and checkout your website and subscribe to your mailing list.

Going through and “liking” individual fan comments is a fairly simple task and you can like a number of them in only a few minutes per day.

5 minutes = 200 liked comments
7 days (5 minutes) = 1,400 comments
1 month (5 minutes) = between 42,000 – 42,200 comments “liked”

By these numbers, you can count on quite a few people to be curious enough to click that little notification box and checkout your page, bringing you more “likes” and ultimately more traffic to your site.

Note: When “liking” comments, it’s important that you pace yourself and not “like” comments too fast.  I also suggest that you stick to only “liking” 100 to 200 comments per day to stay within Facebook’s regulations.

2.) Blog commenting

This has always been a great dual purpose traffic generation strategy.  You drive more traffic and build quality backlinks at the same time.

Whenever you’re blog commenting to drive traffic, it’s a rule of thumb to try to get your comment to be one of the top 5 to 10 replies (preferably the top 5).  The higher up your comment, the more chances you have of your comment being seen, read and receiving a click through to your website.

However, sometimes we can miss the ball and by the time you get to a blog post there’s already a good amount of comments.  One way you can still get your comment up in the top few is by actually replying to one of the top comments.  Whenever a comment receives a reply it’s always nested right under the original comment.  This will enable you to add your input to the conversation while still leaving a highly visible comment.

Of course, you only want to do this if you really have something of value that you can add to the persons comment and the content as a whole.  Commenting a simple one liner here would not suffice (or for any blog comment that you leave).  Be sure that your comment is relative to the original reply and you’re able to truly add value and input to keep the conversation going.

Here’s another blog commenting strategy you can implement:

Right after you publish your next post, go and comment on other freshly published post about the same topic or a related topic.  You can find these posts by going to the Google Blog Search Engine and typing in the title of your post, or keywords related to it.  Google blog search will bring up all blogs related to that topic.  Be sure to sort the listings by date (starting with the most recent post).  You’ll see tons of other freshly published posts about your very same topic that you can comment on.

You might also want to take into account the amount of traffic the site gets and how engaging the community is.  The more traffic the site has, the more chances of your comment getting seen and driving you more traffic.

This strategy is also great to use if you’re having trouble getting engagement and interaction on your blog posts.  If a person takes the time to read your comment and then clicks through to your blog to see more relevant information, more than likely they’ll leave a comment on your post as well.

3.)  Start a weekly link roundup

This traffic strategy is multi-purpose and is a killer way to build more traffic to your site while building relationships with influencers in your niche.

A link roundup is simply a collection of links that you compile of the best content that you’ve come across for the week (i.e. blog posts, webpages, videos, etc.).  Link roundups are usually sent out to your list of subscribers on a weekly basis.  I decided to start my own link roundup during the relaunch of my blog and it’s done wonders for my traffic.

When starting this strategy, I suggest that you begin to submit your very best content to other link roundups in your niche.  Preferably, sites that have a decent following and good amount of traffic.  You can find sites within your niche that do link roundups by doing search quires on Google’s Blog Search Engine.

Here’s some examples of some quires that you can enter to find link roundups:

  • “Link Roundup”
  • “Friday Link Roundup”
  • “Weekly Link Roundup”
  • “Monday Link Roundup”
  • “Daily Link Roundup”

You can also add specific modifiers to the quires to find roundups in your niche:

  • “Weekly Link Roundup” + marketing
  • “Weekly Link Roundup” + health and beauty
  • “Weekly Link Roundup” + weight loss

As you’re submitting your best content to several link roundups, you want to begin compiling your own list of links from either the sites that you’re submitting your links to or sites that you enjoy reading on a regular basis.

Make sure that the links that you’re collecting are current and contain truly valuable content that you feel your list of subscribers will really benefit from.  I usually collect 4 to 5 links that contain high quality content.

Doing link roundups in this way works double fold for driving traffic.  You’ll be getting traffic from the links that you submitted to other roundups, plus you’ll be sending traffic while leveraging other people’s content and diversifying your own content.

Even if the person who you included in your link roundup doesn’t do roundups themselves, freely sending traffic to people in your niche is a great way to get on their radar and start building relationships with them.  They will appreciate the free traffic and will more than likely return the favor by giving you a shout out on the social networks through a RT or FB wall share of your next post, mentioning you within their next blog post, or you may even inspire them to start their own link roundup and they’ll include you in their first edition.

You can even take this method a step further by doing link roundup swaps.  The key to getting your links accepted into a popular link roundup is by creating wildly valuable content that demands recognition   However, not every person that you submit your links to will accept you into their weekly editions.

So, what you can do is begin networking and building an alliance with people in your niche who has about the same size list/audience as you and begin doing link roundup swaps with them.  This is a good way to get more traffic, gain more exposure, and build your list and following all in one fell swoop. :)

4.)  Post your emails to your blog

This is a traffic strategy that’s been churning out great results for me.  Not to mention how well it’s been helping me grow my list.

This traffic method is really simple to do.  All it requires is some copy and pasting and some simple syndication.  You don’t have to post every email that you send your list to your blog for this to work effectively for you.  However, I would suggest that you post at least your link roundup emails and any sales driven email broadcasts.

I’ve been using this strategy with my weekly link roundups and not only has it increased my traffic and subscribers, it’s also aided me in building additional relationships with influencers.

Here’s a quick breakdown of how I structure this:

  • Compile my list of links for my link roundup and write out my email within my blog editor
  • Paste either a tracking link or a raw link pointing back to the specific post (it’s better to use a tracking link so you can keep track of the clicks each link gets).
  • Publish the  post
  • Take the first intro part of my email and modify to send it out to my list to notify them of this week’s roundup with a link pointing back to my post (this is also a great way to keep sending repeat traffic back to your blog).
  • Create a tracking link for my roundup post and share it on Twitter and Facebook
  • Put that same link on JustRetweet
  • Share my post in some related Facebook groups

Following this simple weekly routine has sent me tons of extra traffic that I wouldn’t have gotten otherwise and it’s added quite a few extra subscribers to my list as well.

Another plus to this traffic method is that every wordpress blog link that you put within your post automatically sends a trackback link to that particular post that will appear at the bottom of the post.  Wordpress will also immediately send a notification of the trackback to the owner of the blog.  This sends even more traffic, plus you catch the attention of the blogger.

This has worked for me on several occasions to get the attention of some influencers in my niche, and they’ve even dropped by and left comments on my roundup posts thanking me for including them.

This method will also work for any sales driven email broadcasts you send out.  However, you want to make sure that within the email/post that you’re providing actionable value that your readers can implement while at the same time referring to either your own or an affiliate product that will aid them in achieving the desired results.

Well there ya’ have it!

Four kick butt traffic strategies that you can begin implementing today and start seeing results tomorrow.

Be sure to “like”, share, and retweet this post if you found it helpful.

Also, leave me your feedback and thoughts about these tips in the comments below.  I’d love to hear how they work out for you.

See ya’ around the net!



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  • http://plus.google.com/118443829529347986211 Brankica Underwood

    Probably one of the best posts I’ve read in a while and I read a lot :) Girl, this is amazing. The blog commenting strategy with replying to top comments is awesome, I built a lot of Traffic and following like that! Great, great post.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Brankica!

      So awesome of you to drop by! Yes, replying to top blog comments is something that just came to me one day as I was commenting on a post that already had a slew of comments. It’s been working fantastic for me.

      It’s such an honor to have you stop by. Thanks so much for commenting, the compliments and sharing my post. You rock!


  • http://twitter.com/WFHConcepts Corina Ramos

    Hello Ti! Thank you so much for these tips My challenge now is growing my Facebook likes but thanks to you I have an alternative I feel is going to work and the weekly link roundup sounds like a great idea as well!

    Thanks for this great post!

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Corina,

      So glad to see your comment again. Yes, the Facebook liking tip is pretty awesome and it works like a charm. Be sure to drop back by and let me know how it’s working for ya’.


    • http://plus.google.com/108858625016154807998 Stacie Walker

      Hi Corina,

      Just be patient and your Facebook following will grow fast. Stay committed to the suggestions that Ti has shared with us and you will reach your goal. I will touch base with you later.

      Many Blessings,
      Stacie Walker

      • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

        Hi Stacie,

        It’s really great to see awesome bloggers like yourself offering support and encouragement. This is exactly what it’s all about. Bloggers helping one another to become successful. I love it! And I appreciate you.


  • http://plus.google.com/108858625016154807998 Stacie Walker

    Hi Ti,

    Very clever and genius post. You have hit a home run with the valuable suggestions on how to attract an endless amount of blog Traffic. They are simple, sweet, and are not time consuming.

    I look forward to reading more of your post!

    To Your Success,
    Stacie Walker

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Stacie!

      So great to see your comment. I’ve been checking out your blog too; I rediscovered you through BizSugar. I used to follow you a while back.

      Thanks for a the compliments! I’m so happy that you found this post helpful. My goal is to make driving Traffic as easy as possible. No mind numbing seo needed, lol. I’d love to hear your results with these Traffic tips. What are you currently doing now to drive Traffic?

      I look forward to seeing more of you. Thanks again for dropping by!


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  • Ramuzat

    hi Ti – thank you for your post – If your serious about your blog I suggest to go to fiver and ask to do a more professional image that appears on the top of your blog yours seems very nineties ;) but hey this is just an opinion you decide what works best for you

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Philippe,

      Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Thanks for the suggestion as well. I’m in the process of getting my banner done over as we speak. I’ve had my banner for while but I’m about to rebrand my blog. Yes, I could see how it’s a bit 90′s lookin’. Hey, I have a rather 90′s personality, lol. Those where the good ol’ days, of my time era anyway, lol. Thanks for reading my post. Were there any tips that you liked in specific? What methods are you currently using to drive Traffic?


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  • benanlaikhuram@yahoo.in

    Thanks a lot for the tips. You made my day. I was not aware about liking the facebook comments. I hope I will get like 2000 likes in 30 days by doing this. But I am not sure about the little notification box pops up. Does Facebook have this?

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Ben,

      You’re so welcome. I’m glad you found these Traffic tips helpful. Yes, the FB comment liking is pretty awesome and works wonders. Yes, FB does have the little notification box’s that pops up in the bottom left hand corner of your computer screen whenever someone does an action to something you’ve posted or something you were tagged in.

      It’ll also show up under your notification tab on FB so you’ll be sure to see who’s liked your stuff. I’d love to hear how this strategy works out for you so be sure to drop back by and let me know. Also, what Traffic strategies have you been using so far and how are they working for you?

      Thanks for the comment!


  • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=1259155017 Michelle Morrison Warren

    Some things I had never even considered. I get ia tad bit irritated that people woud LOOK a my blogs, but not comment or even “LIKE” them….any suggestions? I’m all for helping each otherNice to mea out and if I bother to open your link, you can bet I ‘m gonna say SOMETHING!

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Michelle,

      So glad to see your comment. I can understand the frustration that comes with not getting comments on your posts. I used to struggle with the very same thing. If that’s one of your major challenges, then I’d strongly suggest you hone in on tip #2 – Blog commenting. This is a phenomenal way to get more comments on your blog and it has worked wonders for me and building up an engaging community.

      I’d love to check out your blog and check out your content so be sure to drop back by and leave me the link. Also, keep me posted on how this strategy works out for you.

      Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I appreciate it!


  • joshua.zamora1@tiroberts.com

    Hey Ti,

    Great tips you have here. I have yet to use link roundups much. I definitely have to start implementing it into my Traffic strategies. I definitely use the other 3 with great results also :) I look forward to reading more of your strategies.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Josh,

      I’m so ecstatic to see your comment! Yes, link roundups are killer for driving more Traffic and it’s been great for helping me get on other influential bloggers radars. Great stuff. I’d love to hear how that strategy works out for you, so be sure to drop back by and let me know. Glad to hear these other tips are working well for you.

      You’re rockin’ it over on your blog and I’m enjoying reading your updates. I’m looking forward to your next post.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I appreciate it!


  • http://twitter.com/creatingastore Creating Webstore

    Leaving comments in the top 5 is definitely a good strategy. Of course I especially like the part about adding value since there are many people that fail to realize this. After all, what’s the point of posting useless comments that no one would read? Not only that, but the good comments tend to get lost amongst them. The whole point is to share your expertise on the topic.

    From my experience the link round up is another good point. While I don’t necessary do them on a weekly or daily basis, I will look into.

    Currently, when I am giving advice, I try to link out to sites that can backup my claims and views.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Danny!

      So glad you stopped by! Yes, commenting is a wonderful way to not only drive Traffic to your blog but also build relationships with industry influencers – this is extremely more valuable in the long run.

      I know that you’ve just recently become a member of BizSugar and I saw you featured in one of our latest blog posts. Congratulations! I would strongly suggest focusing your Traffic efforts within the BizSugar community. Currently they’re my #1 Traffic referrer and are known for sending targeted, very high quality visitors to your site.

      I’d love to hear how these Traffic tips work out for you so be sure to drop back by and let me know. What Traffic strategies are you currently using? How well are they working for you?

      Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I appreciate it!


      • http://twitter.com/creatingastore Creating Webstore

        BizSugar has been wonderful and I’m really happy that they featured my article. So far I have found them to be a terrific Traffic source and I try to focus my efforts there as much as I can.

        Since it takes me a while to write up my articles (similar to how long it takes you – read this in one of your other posts), I’m not able to contribute as much as other members do but I try my best.

        As for Traffic, I try to mainly focus my efforts towards the ecommerce niche by commenting on blogs that discuss similar topics as I do and Twitter has been good to me as well. Also, I am starting to get some search Traffic so this is good. Amazingly, I am also starting to get some direct Traffic which is a plus. My site is fair newly (about a month old) so I’m happy with the progress so far.

        I am looking forward to reading some of your other articles which have caught my attention.

        - Danny

  • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=1813770635 Ana Hoffman

    I loved your tip about FB likes, Ti. I don’t usually check on my timeline, so I had no idea that little popup window shows up went someone likes your comment.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts


      I’m so elated to see your comment! Thanks for dropping by. Yes, the “liking” FB comments Traffic tip is pretty neat and works rather well. I’m glad you found it helpful. And, thanks so much for sharing an excerpt on your FB wall. I really appreciate that! I’d like to hear if the FB comment tip helps you any, so please do stop back by and let me know.

      Thanks for commenting and sharing. Your rock!


      • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003539053016 Sapna Hitech

        Hi Ana and TI,

        FB Like is one of the best tip where it is win-win in whatever way you think. Tia you have been marvellous in your explaination, I have queried you on Lisa’s blog as well.


        • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

          Hi Sapna,

          Thanks for dropping by! I’m glad to hear that you’ve found these Traffic tips helpful. I really like the FB comment “like” tip as well. I’d love to hear how it goes for you so be sure to drop back by and let us know. Thanks again for commenting; I appreciate it!


  • http://twitter.com/cendrinemedia Cendrine Marrouat

    Hello Ti,

    What a great article! I especially loved the tips for Facebook, which I had never really thought of using.

    The weekly roundup is also a fantastic idea!

    Thank you for this.

    • http://plus.google.com/105149860637340323153 Tom George

      Hi Cendrine,

      I just wanted to thank you for curating this awesome post, as I would of never found it otherwise. There are some great Traffic building tips are listed here.

      • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

        Yes, Tom, curation is awesome! It’s how I’ve found several hidden jewels and it’s a fantastic Traffic generation method as well. Thanks for sharing, Cendrine. I appreciate it! :)


        • http://plus.google.com/105149860637340323153 Tom George

          We are building a nice little community of curators if you would care to join us. http://www.internetbillboards.net/post-here/

          • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts


            Thanks so much for the invitation! I’m honored to be asked to join your community. I saw the page where Cendrine curated my post and it did peek my interest :) .

            I haven’t had time to thoroughly read the guidelines, however, I will be doing so soon. Thanks again for the invite and I look forward to curating with you! :)


          • http://plus.google.com/105149860637340323153 Tom George

            Hello Ti,

            Great! I’m psyched to hear you are into curation. We would all be happy to curate with you. Let me know when you register at IB for sure.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Cendrine!

      So glad to see your comment! I’m happy to hear that you enjoyed these Traffic tips. I’d love to hear how they work out for you should you implement them, so please be sure to drop back by and let me know. It’s wonderful to connect with you and I’m glad BizSugar has brought us together. And, thanks so much for sharing and curating my post. I really appreciate it! :)


  • http://twitter.com/cendrinemedia Cendrine Marrouat

    Hello Ti,

    What a great article! I especially loved the tips for Facebook, which I had never really thought of using.

    The weekly roundup is also a fantastic idea!

    Thank you for this.

  • http://plus.google.com/105149860637340323153 Tom George

    Hello Ti,

    Fantastic post you have put together here. I also really like the weekly roundup and the Facebook ideas. This might sound funny, but what are your thought’s on when to like other posts as yourself or your business page. Still haven’t got that yet. I can see the weekly roundup being very useful for us.

    • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002102294177 Ti Roberts

      Hi Tom!

      Thanks a lot for commenting. Yes, the weekly link roundups are phenomenal for sending tons of Traffic and connecting with big names in the blogosphere.

      To answer your question: I would suggest that when you’re liking FB posts/comments that you you only like them from your FB fanpage persona. That is, of course, if your aim is to get more “likes” directly to your fanpage. That way when people go to check you out, they’ll be led directly to your fanpage – which will increase the chances of them actually liking your page.

      If your goal is to just drive more Traffic to your blog and increase engagement on it then, in my opinion, it doesn’t really matter which profile you decide to use. I personally use my personal business FB profile rather than my fanpage and I get a significant amount of Traffic to my blog from it. This is just my personal preference and it’s been working really well for me. I’ll be focusing more on building up my fanpage in the near future, but for now my personal business FB page is my sweet spot. That’s due to several reasons – one of which I cover in my first weekly Traffic case study blog post.

      I hope this helps you and let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks again for commenting. I appreciate you dropping by and I hope to see more of you :) .


      • http://plus.google.com/105149860637340323153 Tom George

        Thank you very much for giving me such a great answer. I appreciate it! I think I am under utilizing Facebook, so this is a good kick in the pants for me.

  • http://twitter.com/GuideAndNews Ehsan Ullah

    Those are really great strategies TI, The Facebook liking is really something new for me that I would have to try.

    Love all 3 tips :)

    • tiroberts

      Thanks, Eshan! So great to see your comment. I’m happy you found value in my post and I would love to hear how the FB “liking” tip works out for you should you try it. Thanks again and I hope to see more of your comments!


  • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004327711705 Anonymous

    Wonderful tips that really are critical to good backlinking. Thanks for reminding us all.

    • tiroberts

      Thanks for your comment! I’m glad that you found this post helpful.


  • http://twitter.com/tonyrestell Tony Restell

    Thanks for these Ti. Does the Facebook liking activity not result in your fans’ homepage activity streams being filled with “XXXX liked….” 200 times and therefore alienating your existing fanbase? Or am I missing something?

    • tiroberts

      Hi Tony,

      I believe it would depend on how each of your individual fans have their news ticker formatted Mine shows up in the top right hand corner of my screen whenever I’m logged into FB. So when my ticker updates with my friends activity, it doesn’t distract of bother me.

      I believe that’s how most are setup now with the new layout/formatting updates FB has done. That’s what happened for me; I just logged into my FB one day and that’s how it was setup. There’s really no way of knowing exactly if your following is seeing all of your activity, especially with the new FB Edgerank.

      I would suggest that you test it out and evaluate your numbers to see if it’s something you’d like to continue doing or not.

      Thanks for your comment. I appreciate it!


  • http://www.freeagenteconomics.com/ Jenny Bhatt

    Great tips, Ti. Thanks.

    • tiroberts

      Hi Jenny!

      Great to see your comment. I’m glad that you enjoyed this post. I’m enjoying seeing your content over at BizSugar. You share some great stuff! Thanks again for dropping by and I hope you have a great weekend!


  • http://twitter.com/KOmarketer KOmarketer.com

    Great post Ti! I’ve been thinking about starting a link roundup for my blog, so that section of your post gave me some great info :)

    • tiroberts

      Hi Kevin! So glad to see you here. Yes, link roundups are killer for Traffic generation and much more. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I hope to see more of you. Have a fantastic weekend!


      • http://twitter.com/KOmarketer KOmarketer.com

        Yep, I’ll definitely be around :) Have a great weekend yourself!

        - Kevin Ocasio

  • Igbalaye Olayemi

    They are perfect lists and the tips are great because i have learned some useful tips from the post and am rushing to test and try this tips for my blog. thanks for sharing

  • Alexandra Coroian

    I like your straight forward style, making everything sound so easy! And it is, isn’t it? Thanks Ti!

    • tiroberts

      Hi, Alexandra,

      So awesome to see your comment; welcome to the community!

      Yup, it is rather simple to do but it does require effort and consistency.

      I think that’s where most people drop the ball. They’ll do it for a little while and quit too soon if they don’t see massive results after a few weeks. It takes consistency and persistence to really get the results you want.

      Thanks for dropping by and sharing your feedback.

      I’m looking forward to seeing more of you around. :)


  • http://twitter.com/Akos_Fintor Akos Fintor

    u haven’t posed for a while . We are worried! :) no, seriously

    • tiroberts

      I’m making a come back soon, so stay tuned! :)


  • http://www.marketingyourfarm.com/ Iain Robson

    Some great tips here Ti.

    There are a few things you suggested that I haven’t tried. I’ll have to give a couple of them a try.

    I love blog commenting it is one of my favourite things to do in the blogesphere. In terms of driving Traffic, it’s not amazing but it’s enjoyable.

    • tiroberts

      Yes, blog commenting is wonderful for building relationships. That’s were I find the most value.

      Let me know how these tips work out for you. :)


  • http://alekseyzuravlov.com/ Aleksey Zuravlov

    Hi, Ti!

    That was great! Never before I have heard about link roundups. I’m going to use this strategy for myself. Who taught you this?

    By the way.. I somehow ended up on your SEO rebel site and I was trying to find blog posts for 5 minutes straight… Then I realized it’s a different site, but it looks absolutely identical! Lol.

    Maybe you can slightly change header and add something that says it’s a membership site?

    Best wishes,

    p.s. – what do you use for tracking? Prosper202?

    • tiroberts

      Hi, Aleksey,

      I’m glad you found this post useful. I actually learned the link roundup technique from Kim Roach, another Traffic generation fiend.

      Thanks for the suggestion about my membership site. I’ll def put that on my list of things to do.

      For tracking I personally love Ad Trackz Gold. I’ve been using this tracking software for about a year now and I LOVE it.

      It’s allows me to track every part of my sales funnel all in one area. I can track the number of clicks I receive, where the click came from, how many of those visitors subscribed from that specific Traffic source, all the way to how many sales I generate from that Traffic source.

      It even allows you to track the sales made from your email follow up sequence. However, I believe you’ll have to content support or the developer of the software to get the script that will allow you to track subsequent email sales.

      Hope this helps you. :)


      • http://alekseyzuravlov.com/ Aleksey Zuravlov

        Hi, Ti!

        Thanks for reply!

        I’ll check Kim. I think you’ve mentioned her in one of your posts.

        You are welcome and thanks for the tracker! Never heard about it before.

        Best wishes,

  • http://bloggersideas.com/ jitendra vaswani

    Hi ti nice link round tips , I appreciate that efforts

    • tiroberts

      Hi Jitendra,

      It’s great to see your comment; welcome to the community! I’m glad that you’re enjoying my content. I look forward to seeing more of you around. :)


      • http://bloggersideas.com/ jitendra vaswani

        yeah Ti sure I would like to explore more with you, check out my blog too :http://www.bloggersideas.com/, i would love to have ur comments there too