30 Smart Ways to Write Traffic-Puller Blog Posts – A Guest Post By Nisha Pandey

30 Smart Ways to Write Traffic-Puller Blog Posts – A Guest Post By Nisha Pandey

Dear All,

I am so glad to introduce Nisha Pandey, our guest writer today.  She needs no introduction to Philipscom readers.  She is an SEO expert blogger and the founder of Seotechyworld.com.  She writes on various SEO related subjects along with social media, technology, etc.  Here in this informative post, she talks about 30 smart ways to write traffic puller blog posts which can pull traffic.

I am sure these shared tips if you follow, you can feel a great change in your blog page.

Thank you Nisha for your valuable time for our readers.

I appreciate you for finding some time in between your hectic schedule.

May you have a great day.

For Philipscom Associates



Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’








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It happens to the best of us in the long run. Sooner or later, every single blogger faces the same issue. It’s the worst thing about our presence and the incredible difficulty making us scratch our heads.

Abandon your thought processes

Individuals need you to discuss them, not you. It’s alright to expound on individual encounters and offer what you’ve realized from a direct viewpoint, however, be cautious of making yourself into a website rock star. Rather, plan to be an asset and help to others. The incongruity is that in the event that you do that, you’ll wind up turning into a star.

So here are 30 powerful ways to keep churning out the blog posts that not only draw targeted traffic but also keep them there.

Quality content is all that matters

  1. Be an asset.
  2. Use trackbacks.
  3. Arrange your posts with records and subheads.
  4. Compose stuff individuals will need to connect to.
  5. Be momentous.
  6. Demand a connection from another person to a blog entry.
  7. Create “killer” content.
  8. Cross connection within your blog(s) – By including connections through your blog, you’ll rapidly expand your site hits. Guests are most likely to click through to other useful blogs when they come across the links on the same page. I have provided some more information through powerful infographics in this post: Guest Blogging: How will it Work in Today’s Online World [Infographic].
  9. Related substance – At the end of each of your blog entries, you ought to include a “related articles segment” in which you connect to other relevant posts.
  10. Write in the second person (“you” not “me”). By utilizing the words “you” and “I” inside your blog entry, you’ll make a discussion. This will help sway individuals to peruse your blog entries.
  11. By composing a conclusion and obviously naming it, you’ll get more individuals to span to the base of your blog entry. It will expand your parchment capacity.
  12. Tell stories.
  13. Compose a digital book and offer a liberal associate commission to sway others to disseminate it and connect to your site.
  14. Entice thoughts by giving intriguing and memorable remarks
  15. Go to Google Keyword Planner. Duplicate the long tail pivotal word you chose above into the catchphrases inquiry box and click “get thoughts.” You will get a rundown of related long tail catchphrase phrases you could utilize. I have provided more insights into doing research on Keyword Planner in this post: How to Increase Website Traffic without Link building.
  16. Compose eye-catching features. Compose phenomenal elements — make a name for the online journal as a source of instructive, helpful, clever, exciting, or rousing articles.
  17. Compose longer posts — develop on the subject; round out your blog entries and make genuinely epic posts.
  18. Compose shorter posts. Composing long posts doesn’t mean more individuals will read it.
  19. Compose all the more frequently — the more posts you can create the better.
  20. Blog on a steady timetable so your pursuers know when to expect new posts.
  21. Compose rundown blog entries — they get more activity than another type of formats.
  22. Expound on the latest news stories.
  23. Expound on points trending on Twitter and in Google patterns.
  24. Check out what topic is hot among your friends, colleagues, and family and take ideas.
  25. Ask your pursuers what they’d like you to expand on.
  26. Elaborate on starting the question and begin a level headed discussion.
  27. Use attention-grabbing processes to compose content that provides valuable information.
  28. Investigate your own interests, figure out which is your most prevalent strength and write content on the topic.
  29. Meeting powerful individuals in your corner/industry.
  30. Make a “best websites” rundown post and let the bloggers know you’ve included them.


Conclusion:- Use these tips and you are on the highway to pull massive traffic to your posts. These are some of the most effective (and secretive) strategies employed by the industry-leading bloggers.

Thank you Philipji for giving me an opportunity to present my post with your readers.

I believe that your readers can surely pick some points mentioned here to increase their blog traffic.

May you have a great June ahead.

~ Nisha


Nisha Panday Blogger

Nisha Pandey

Author Bio:- Nisha Pandey is the founder of SeoTechyWorld.com and http://how-to-make.in/. Dynamic and outgoing, she has been sharing her vast knowledge through tech and SEO tips through her regular posts. She has evolved over the years to become a well-known name in the tech blogging environment. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter

You can also read a related post about Nisha Pandey HERE




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47 Comments on "30 Smart Ways to Write Traffic-Puller Blog Posts – A Guest Post By Nisha Pandey"

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Piyush Ranjan

Hello Philip Sir & Nisha Maam.
The way you explain everything is just amazing!
For long run business, the success growth rate is slow. I have heard this somewhere.
Will you explain it please?

Nisha Pandey
Hello Piyush, Sorry for the late response. I was away for summer vacation. I am not agree with you. Even, long term business gives lot of success but sometimes, it can take time. And it needs all time hardwork and patience. Up and down happens in every business. Just we have to choose the business according to our interest and knowledge. If we don’t know ABCD of that particular business then we can’t get success. For the success rate, you need to learn first and never drop learning. Hope this will help you. Let me know if you need to… Read more »

Hi Philip and Nisha,
Amazing writeup, pulling visitors is the most difficult task for any bloggers and you clearly explained what is needed to be successful.


Nisha Pandey

Hi Mukesh! Thank you for your Comment.
Yes getting visitors to our post is tough task, but not more tough, by following above tips you can get traffic to your post easily.

Barbara In Caneyhead

Thank you Nisha and Philip! Many of these things I do already. Some, I don’t think are right for my blog. And others, are things I might try in the near future.
Life & Faith in Caneyhead

Vashishtha Kapoor

Hi, Nisha Mam!
Very influenced with your post.
I too wrote an article on my blog about “Increase website traffic secret tricks” But found you’ve included some crucial points in this post. And i don’t know how good I am at SEO but I just Love the list.

Nisha Pandey

Hi, Vashishtha, Welcome to my Guest post and thank you for your comment.
SEO is a thing of experience and experiment too. So keep doing experiment.

Vashishtha Kapoor

Welcome Philip Sir, I am glad that you visited me.
And Thank you so much Nisha mam for this tip, I will keep this in my mind and will continue to do experiments.
Have a nice day.
Vashishtha Kapoor

Harleena Singh
Hi Nisha, and welcome to Phil’s blog 🙂 Good to see you here, and more so, always nice to see one Ahaian guest post on another’s blog 🙂 I liked all the mentioned ways, and I think I’m following most of them, though there is always scope for improvement, isn’t it? I guess if you provide value through your posts, they are bound to bring in people to your blog – that’s just the way it’s been working for us. Of course, I’d also mention the power of blog commenting as one of the ways here! Thanks for sharing. Have… Read more »
Nisha Pandey

Hi Harleena Mam, Welcome you too on my Guest Post :), and thank you so much for your very informative and valuable comment here.
Yes every time we can find the way of improvement, We should be learner, and always improve ourselves.
We should make people attracting post, and I am agree with you that Blog commenting also play a good role to acquire traffic to your blog.
Thank you once again.
~Nisha Pandey

Arlee Bird

Some excellent tips offered here. I’ve seen many blogs where this works well.

Arlee Bird
A to Z Challenge Co-host
Road trippin’ with A to Z
Tossing It Out

Nisha Pandey

Hi Arlee, Thank you for your comments.
Yes All given tips are working. Use more tips and get more traffic, mean more success.


Hi Nisha/Phillip,
Writing a traffic puller blog posts can be achieved if the content easily meets the needs of the reader. Yes, visitors/readers will come again and again if there is value in a blog post.

“Quality” in creation, connection, sharing, and delivery is all that is needed for a post to make a consistent traffic cut. We must never forget this!

However, the smart ways share here can only help to enforce quality content and context that would bring about the desired traffic!
This comment shared in kingged.com as well.

Nisha Pandey

Hi Sunny ! Thank you so much for your informative comment. Yes I am agree with your comment that for consistence traffic we should fill the need of users/readers, and all this will done by quality content, and you truly said “Quality”is in creation, connection, sharing, and delivery.
Thank you once again 🙂

Shobha Ponnappa

Hey Philip and Nisha,

Thanks for the excellent checklist – I found plenty of actionable points that can be practically implemented.

I have used Google’s keyword planner before – it was a very powerful keyword tool in the past. They have changed it significantly now, but still it is worth it.

Yes, we do need a mix between short and epic flagship posts, that is how you keep things balanced.

Nisha Pandey

Hi Shobha! Welcome to my Guest Post and Thank you so much for your kind comment. 🙂
Yes Google Keyword Planner was powerful, but still I think it is also powerful tool for blogger, I am agree with you.
We have to care about making interesting post for users without caring about the length of the post.

Hema Unnoop

Hello Philip and Nisha,
This is a very timely post for me. Over a year of blogging I have been concentrating solely on content. Henceforth I will try to implement the smart ways made mention here. Thank you for a great and very informative post.

Nisha Pandey

Hi Hema, Feeling awesome to see you here at my guest post 🙂
Hope you will get success by following above tips. Best wishes..
Happy Blogging 🙂


Hello Nisha! It’s a direct to the point and short kind of an article. There are lots of smart ways to write a traffic puller blog post.

We can use as many as we want as long as the line of attracts will suit the needs of our blog or blog post.

The use of a certain strategy might not good to the other. This is not a one shoe fits all scenario. However, the list of ways are useful. Thanks for sharing this with us!

Nisha Pandey

Hi, Metz, Thank you for your comment 🙂 . I am agree with you, that some strategy is not good suit for others, Well said “This is not a one shoe fits all scenario”. By the way thank you so much for your valuable comment.
Nisha 🙂

Piyush Mathur

Hi Philip/ Nisha,

I think visuals matter alot for a good blog post. There are many people like me out there with short attention span, and they simply do not have the time to go through a long blog post.

Having visuals helps connect with content more. Easier to scan through!



Brilliant guest post, well you’ve shared all the tips in a simple manner and I guess its easy to follow and implement the same.


Nisha Pandey

Thank you Vicky ! For drooping valuable comment here. Yes you can implement and follow the tips in very simple manner.
Keep Visiting 🙂
Nisha Pandey

Random Musings

Great tips, thanks
Popping by on the A to Z Road Trip


Hi Nisha

Love this post and the tips that you share. You have listed great ways to compose a traffic puller post.

Thanks PV for inviting Nisha to write an awesome guest post.

Saurabh Tiwari

Hi Philip Sir, and Nisha Ma,am

Nice to get in touch with you.
Really very helpful and effective tip to know about these details.
I am going to implement these details over my blog.

Thanks a lot

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Muhammad Ahmad

Great post indeed!
I believe in quality content and the juicy title that acts as a traffic puller.
Quality content means the post that is fresh and unique while juicy title means the one that attracts the eye-balls towards it and hence more traffic that will bring!
Thanks for sharing, both of you’re amazing 🙂
Your FAN,
~ Ahmad

Ravi sharma

Thanks nisha mam for sharing such useful tips to write guest posts.
Glad to see you here.

Prakash Kumar Nirala

Just one more awesome post on your blog. Really liked to read the full post and learn new things.

Thanks for such a nice post.

siddaiah Thirupati

Hi Philips / Nisha Pandey,

Driving traffic to our blog is very difficult these days because so many blogs are flourishing these days with the same content, I am blogging since 2 years still I am struggling to generate traffic to my blog.

I think this post really helps to send traffic to my blog with this methods, see you soon Philips have a great weekend ahead.

Joy Healey

Hello Philip & Nisha,

Thanks for some great tips.

I know I must work at writing in the second person (You, not I) and my posts do rather ramble on.

So those are a couple of immediate take-aways!

Joy – Blogging After Dark


All the tips will really pull the traffic like the magnet shown above ☺ .

Thank you for the share…

Emma Bell

Thank you for this valuable information. I have enjoyed reading many of the articles and posts contained on the website, keep up the good work and hope to read some more interesting content in the future.


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