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Traffic Everywhere! But, Why No Traffic To My Page? Secrets Revealed! An Infographic

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Last updated on July 31, 2018

Traffic, Traffic Everywhere!

But Why Less Traffic To My Page?

Secrets Revealed In This Infographic


We all want traffic on our blog pages when we create a page with a lot of efforts.

But sad to note that many times this does not happen and we eagerly wait for it!  And in the long wait, ultimately few of them just give up blogging!

This is a general tendency happening among so many bloggers!

Many start blogging as just a hobby, but on a later stage, they try to expand their boundaries by using their write-ups and even in their future business aspects this will help and many flourishes in their field purely on their sheer hard work.  There are a good number of examples to this!

Seeing such people like Seth Godin, Neil Patel, Harsh Agarwal, Kulwant Nagi and many others, the newbie bloggers wonder,   how come they reach such a level!

What is the secret behind those people!

But a close watch will tell or shows that they are all persistent hard workers.

Their sheer hard work brought them to that level!

But there is no shortcut to success, especially in blogging!

But there are some solution to reach success in blogging.

Yes, there are so many!

Here in this infographic, the developer brings out some vital tips to get success in pulling more traffic to your pages!

Please go through the page and follow it diligently, I am sure your blog page will get jammed up with tremendous traffic LOL

If you are interested you can post this infographic on your blog web pages by copying the code in the below given box.

Sue Anne

And ha, please don’t forget to give the due credit when you publish it on your page. :-)

May you have a great and successful time of blogging.

I found this informative piece on the pages of one of my online friends  Sue Anne Dunlevie 

Thank you Sue for the kind share.

Thank you all for your valuable time here and for the suggestions feedback.

Yours Sincerely


For Philipscom

Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’




Sue Anne:  Successful Blogging


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  1. Hi Philip,

    I must say this is a great revelational post indeed! Thanks for posting this.

    December 4, 2015
    • Hi Emebu,
      Thanks a lot for your kind visit
      I appreciate your valuable insight.
      I am sorry for the delay in responding to your precious response.
      Have a great week ahead. :-)
      ~ Philip

      October 2, 2016
  2. Hi Philip,

    Smart infographic which I copied. Can’t post it on my blog because it wouldn’t be congruent, but I’ll use if as traffic guide for that same blog.

    Liked your reference to success not found in shortcuts, but in finding solutions. So true…\
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    December 4, 2015
  3. Christina Lynn
    Christina Lynn

    Hi Philip Sir,

    I truly believe in you. I think I have wasted more time reading how to increase traffic than writing good content. The quality matters over quantity everywhere. Thanks for shared and enjoyed to reading this post.
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    December 5, 2015
  4. Vashishtha Kapoor
    Vashishtha Kapoor

    HI Sir
    Pleasure to be here on your page again.
    Its a power packed article really.
    Loved the way it is designed.
    Hey hey, Nice sharing buttons as well. love it.
    Thanks for sharing. Great one. :-)
    Have a nice day sir

    Vashishtha Kapoor recently posted…Benefits of Working in a changed EnvironmentMy Profile

    December 5, 2015
  5. Hi Brother Phil,

    Happy to see one more infographic in this blog. Actually it provides us with more post ideas in future.

    Have a great day (or night)

    Keep sharing

    Reji Stephenson
    Reji Stephenson recently posted…Ayboll Ads for your blogMy Profile

    December 6, 2015
  6. Hello Philip,

    Very interesting topic and that’s the serious problem most new bloggers face!

    Actually, everything takes time. Like the physical business where it is common to say that it takes around 3 years to judge the results whether it is going to fail or explode in success.

    So is the blogging, it takes time with constant efforts (on daily basis) to build something out of the blog. And voila! That infographic is the right place to be footing on the right path. Mix them up and you’ll start seeing really great results.

    Thanks for sharing it with us! And I am going to share it on my social life! :)

    See me often!

    ~ Adeel
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    December 6, 2015
  7. Great infographic. Few days back I was asking the same question to myself.
    You know I started The wings of fire motivational series, but still didn’t get much subscribers.
    You have any advice?
    Naman Kumar recently posted…22 Tips To Boost Your Productivity At WorkMy Profile

    December 6, 2015
  8. Hey Philip,

    Driving the traffic to the blog is the most important goal of a blogger. People work hard to get more and more visitors. There is a piece of advice newbies get from experts that it’s important to build human relationships.

    Writing a blog post is not enough. You have to promote it in the best way you can. Comment at many blogs you can. Reciprocity is the thing now.

    The infographics you have shared is great.
    Thanks for the post.
    Have a nice day.
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    December 11, 2015
  9. Denz Brown
    Denz Brown

    HI Philip
    Amazing infographic really.
    All the ways to drive traffic to a blog for maximum revenue are very working and I have been doing great practicing all these.

    December 22, 2015
  10. Most of the time people look for problem-solving ideas and guides online.
    So Tutorials and How to’s are always great to drive traffic.
    They get preference in the search engines and at the same time help to build authority.
    A nicely done infographic indeed.
    Thanks for sharing it here Phil. :-)
    ~ Manidipa
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    May 31, 2016

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