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A Very Unique Way To Get Traffic To Your Blog

How I Got 3000 Visitors In One Day? Here I would like to share with you about A Unique Way To Get Traffic To Your Blog. Based on my experience and inspired by a kid named Gloson, once the youngest blogger on earth, my tip is somewhat amusing. It's only one tip, not 3, 4 or more as what any other shares on the Internet. But it's an exceptional!

First, as recommended by many writers all over the world, you must create a quality content first. And after that you contact a famous writer named Jon Winokur and ask him to tweet your content. Will that work? Sure, it's one of the unique ways to get traffic to your blog. But as you know, I'm learning to tickle your fancy, you should not beg him for this, should you? So it's not asking, but how to attract his attention!

how to get traffic to your logWho is Jon Winokur? Jon Winokur (b. Aug. 5, 1947) is an American writer and editor.Born in Detroit, the son of Martin M. and Elinor Winokur, he attended Temple University (BA, 1970) and the University of West Los Angeles. You can find a great deal of his works on Amazon. And as a senior dedicated writer you can find him at twitter @advicetowriters with many of his followers retweeting his tweets. So the unique way to get traffic to your blog starts from here. If you already got the point, next you know what you should do, right?

Let me put this way, when Gloson noted Jon has more than 60,000 followers (and has been listed over 4,000 times), and he is only following about 800 people!—which means his followers don’t auto-reciprocate or something, but they genuinely follow him because he gives top-notch advice for writers, you deserve a unique way to get traffic to your blog. How to? Do as what Gloson did, create a quality content like his: 9 Confusing Confusions in English Grammar. That's so interesting to Jon.

Jon Winokur @advicetowriters might find your content interesting and he surely would like to share to his followers. Now think again, Jon has more than 60,000 followers (and has been listed over 4,000 times), and he is only following about 800 people!—which means his followers don’t auto-reciprocate or something, but they genuinely follow him because he gives top-notch advice for writers. You know a very unique way to get traffic to your blog is inspired by the kid who outdo you blogging. That's amazing, right?

What do you think about it? It's not the right way? Then share here, tickle other's fancy with me.

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