How I Got 103 Shares and 42 Comments When I Had Zero Traffic and No Email List

So you decided to start a blog. You don’t really know what you’re doing, but you think you’ve got the basics down. You got your site set up. You have an email list with opt-ins. You’ve even published several posts.

But it feels like a graveyard. It’s quiet. There’s no one around. No one is reading your articles, no one is commenting, and no one is sharing anything of yours on social media.

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I know how you feel.

This is what my blog’s pageviews looked like when I first started.

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It was a ghost town.

There was practically nobody coming to my site.

Sound familiar?

If you’re just starting out and struggling to get comments, shares, and traffic, this one simple strategy can give your blog the boost it needs.

Blogger Outreach

Posting content is a waste of time if nobody sees it right? And you wouldn’t continue to keep posting content thinking that randomly one day people will finally start seeing your stuff, would you?

It could take you several years until you finally start getting the kind of comments and shares you want if you went that route.

Just because you write a blog post that doesn’t mean people are going to read it.

You could write the most useful and inspiring post, but if nobody knows about it then who’s going to see it? Who’s going to share it or leave a comment?

When you write a blog post, you need to promote it.

You should spend just as much time telling people about your blog post as you spent writing it, if not more.

Yes, even if you’re broke, have no marketing budget, have no email list, have no social media following and don’t have Jon Morrow or Neil Patel for a best friend.

It’s how I went from 56 to 1,000 pageviews.

Here’s before blogger outreach

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And here's after

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Even my bounce rate went down, and my session duration went up. That means that fewer people were leaving after they landed on my site and the ones who stayed started staying longer.

Did I mention that after my first week of blogger outreach I was asked to write half a dozen different guest posts without ever making a pitch?

And that I was featured on 2 different blogs?

It even lead to getting featured in a roundup on Huffington Post.

Here’s how I did it.

Step 1: Make Your Hit List

Imagine if you had a list of 100 bloggers in your niche who shared your blog posts, would that make a difference in your traffic and engagement? Of course, it would.

Not only will more people read your work, your credibility will improve.

First, you need to make a list of your favorite top 10 influencers in your niche, the kind of people who if you had a personal relationship with would radically transform your blog or business in a great way.

Don’t get anxious and start emailing these people asking for links or shares to your blog posts. They’re incredibly busy and get tons of emails every day. Most of them would probably get annoyed and simply delete your email, and you don’t want to spoil any future opportunities to build authentic relationships with them.  

We’re focusing on a more grassroots approach.

Step 2: Make Your Blogger Outreach List

Once you have your hit list, the next step is to connect with the followers of those influencers. These are the people who you are going to establish relationships with. They’re the ones who will help drive traffic and engagement to your blog.

Start by creating a Google or Excel spreadsheet, with 3 columns labeled “Name”, “Website” and “Email. Then off to the side create 4 more columns labeled “Follow”, “Share”, “Comment”, and “Email”.

It should look something like this.

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The goal here is to fill out the columns on the left with the information of fellow bloggers in your niche. Then follow them on social media, share and comment on one of their blog posts, and send them an email. I like to keep track of each of those things by simply placing an “x” in the appropriate column.

Step 3: Find Bloggers

Now it’s time to go visit the blogs on your hit list. Look for the most popular blog post in the last 1-3 days. If there hasn’t been a post that recent, move on to the next blogger on your hit list and come back later, or look for the most popular post in the last 7 days, but I wouldn’t consider any post older than that.

When you’ve found the right blog post (give it a quick read if you want) scroll down to the comment section.

Record the names and websites of everyone who has left a comment on that blog post. Here's a service that helps you find email addresses.

Copy and paste usually works best.  

If you're dealing with a 3rd party comment system like Disqus or Facebook comments you’ll have to do a little digging and follow some links to find their URLs.

If you’re working with the native WordPress comments, you can use a quick hack to copy paste all the names and websites of the commenters.

Download the Scraper tool for Chrome 

After it’s installed, right-click on the name of any of the commenters.

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Then click on the Scrape tool.

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Then you can copy all the names and website URLs and paste them into your spreadsheet.

Step 4: Find Their Emails

Collecting emails is vital. Without them your list is pointless.

The first place I always look for an email is on the contact page. Most of the time contact pages should be in the main menu, but sometimes you’ll have to do a bit of searching. If it’s not in the main menu, check the footer.

If I don’t find an email on the contact page, the next place I go is the about page. Sometimes you’ll also find emails on work with me pages.

If you can’t find their email anywhere you can always opt-in to their list and get their email that way.

If nothing else at least copy paste the URL for their contact form if they have one.

Email Hunter is a great tool for finding emails if you’re having trouble.

Step 5: Blogger Outreach

This is when you start connecting with other bloggers in your niche.

Networking and building quality relationships is crucial for the survival and growth of your blog. More traffic and increased engagement are practically just a bonus, the tangible results you’ll get right away.

You can do your blogger outreach one person at a time as you enter them into your list, or you can finish your list first.

I like doing different batches according to the blog posts where I find the bloggers, otherwise. make sure you record the URL where you found them. This is really important, make sure you know where you found each individual blogger because that’s how you’re going to make your initial connection.

Follow Them On Social Media

First, you need to follow the bloggers on social media. Using one platform is fine. I like to use Twitter.

Share One Of Their Blog Posts

Find one of their recent blog posts that you like and share it on social media. Buffer is a great tool for this. It’s quick, easy and you can share one post across multiple platforms at once.

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They have a free plan you can check out.  

Comment On The Same Blog Post

Leave a comment on the same blog post that you share. Of course, make sure to read the post first. And make sure to leave a genuine comment that adds to the conversation.

Send Them An Email

This is the last step of your blogger outreach, and honestly,  it’s the most important one.

With one email you can build a long-lasting relationship that will completely transform your blog, or you can totally offend someone and ruin any chance of friendship.

Communication is a skill. You should put a lot of thought into these emails. No one wants to feel like they’re being taken advantage of. So make sure to give as much as possible. Relate to them in an authentic way.  

Good thing is, most bloggers are super friendly and awesome people.

When I first started I reached out to 81 bloggers and got 47 responses, and all of them were positive.

One blogger even sent me a thank you video.

Check out some of these emails I got:

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I know. I was blown away too. It was very encouraging, and it motivated me a ton.

Here’s the email template I used:

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Feel free to use my template, but please don’t copy it word for word. You need to be authentic and original. Make sure to make it your own.

Blogger Outreach is the Gateway to Your Blogging Success

Blogger outreach will boost your blog by driving traffic and increasing your engagement. And that’s only the beginning. You’ll get numbers that you can measure, and even more powerful are the relationships you’ll build.

Who knows what will happen when you work together with other like-minded bloggers. The possibilities are endless. One thing’s for sure, it’s all going to be incredible.

Thank You for the Motivation, Support and Making this Possible

Ahmad Imran | Alize Camp | Andy Walker | Anthony Metivier | Brent Jones | Bryan Collins | Caleb Cousens | Camilla Hallstrom | Camille Harris | Clement Lim | Cynthia | Dave Chesson | Don Purdum | Ed Ruiz | Elna Cain | Enstine MukiErika Mohssen-Beyk | Esther Fink | Gerald Rhodes | Gwen Irwin | Harry | JacksonJan Ramsey Brick | Jen Francis | Jennifer Nini | Joe Elliott | John Yeoman | Kim WillisLisa Pierson | Lisa Sicard | M.C. Simon | Mark Newsome | Marlena Bontas | Mel Wicks | Mohinder Paul Verma | Patt | PaulPeter Beckenham | PJ Zafra | Ryan Biddulph | Swadhin Agrawal | Tariq | Tiffany GriffinUmesh Singh | Vikas Singh |

Michael Pozdnev *( special thanks to Michael for introducing me to some of the strategies mentioned in this article)

Leave a comment below. Tell me about your experience with blogger outreach, and let me know if you have any questions.

Eli Seekins helps business owners and entrepreneurs make money online. He’ll help you start your blog or business with a boom, get noticed quick, become an authority and make the money you deserve. To get his Perfect Blogging Toolkit FREE click here.


  1. says

    Hi Sue,
    This post will help you to all those bloggers who have just started blogging and they have not email list to promote their content.

    Blogger outreach is one of the best and solid way to get some serious traffic and leads. Where experts help you to get traffic.

    Eli, is a nice guy. Recently I participated in his roundup post and I was happy to be a part of that roundup.

    Very soon I am planning to do a blogger outreach for my blog and the template you have shared here will help me a lot.

    Umesh Singh
    Umesh Singh recently posted…3 Simple Strategies to Grow Your Blogging Income from 0 to $1K Per MonthMy Profile

    • says

      Hey Umesh!

      Great to see you here.

      Blogger outreach really makes a big difference.

      I’m glad to be of help!

      • says

        Yes Eli, we would like to see some more incredible strategies from you.

        Keep it up! 🙂

  2. says

    You just made my day by writing on this topic. I loved it. The email template is my life saver.

    Thank you so much.

  3. says

    Great post Eli. It is truly an easy to follow blueprint for getting more followers and comments. Thank you

  4. says

    Hi, Sue.
    I agree with this post, it is totally possible to get subscribers and traffic through blogger outreach. But what if you have social anxiety and connecting with others is a scary thing? What advice you have?
    Sincerely I rather not connect than meeting people who will bring issues into my life.
    A blogger friend of mine receives constant negativity from readers and that’s just bad.
    Sorry for the negativity. I’ll try this method at some point.

    • says

      Hey Marlena!

      It’s good to see you here.

      I know blogger outreach can be a little scary. I’m introverted at heart, and it takes a lot of effort for me.

      But the truth is out of the hundreds of bloggers I’ve connected with, I’ve only ever gotten 1 or 2 negative responses.

      Just be authentic, be yourself. Don’t try to pretend to be someone or something that you’re not. And give first.
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  5. says

    Hi Eli,
    This is the perfect post for me to find in my inbox this morning! Thank you so much. I can’t wait to put all of this into action for my blog. The details explaining everything you outlined will make this so much easier. I can’t wait to get started!! Thank you so much!!!

  6. says

    I meant Eli!
    Nice to read a post here from Eli?

  7. says

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I think this has been one of or possibly the only clear and precise article I’ve read about how I go about the blogger outreach process. I was feeling a bit fretful by the tasks needed, but now I’m motivated and can’t wait to start. Thank you again.

    • says

      Hey June!

      I know, blogger outreach can definitely be a bit scary. I know it was for me at first. But in my experience the results are awesome, and most bloggers are really genuine people.

      I’m glad you like the article 🙂

      Let me know how blogger outreach goes for you, and don’t be afraid to reach out to me if you have any questions.
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  8. says

    Sue – I have been following your site for a couple months now. I love your advice. It’s very realistic and makes sense. It’s a real business model. People don’t think about blogging as a business, but like any business it takes time and effort to build a customer (aka reader) base. You can do it more quickly with the right tools and ideas. You share useful, realistic information. Thank you.

  9. says

    Thank you Sue and Eli, I’m looking forward to trying this great technique out soon. As you say, it’s always great to connect with other bloggers! As we have recently moved abroad and are travelling around, too, it’s easy for me to connect as our niche is based on family adventure and travels… Fun, fun, fun! 🙂
    Wishing you continued success and many thanks again, Nina.

  10. says

    Hi Sue and Eli,
    What a super post that I know many bloggers will just love as they need help with the whole blogger outreach process.

    For some time I didn’t realize the key importance of “marketing our posts” and was under the mistaken impression that just as long as I kept creating posts, people would eventually find me. Wow was that a huge mistake or what!

    One thig I do now that may be of interest is for every first time visitor to my blog who then leaves a valuable comment, I create a quick 45-60 second “thank you” video, upload it unlisted to YouTube and then send that comentator the video liunk via a quick email message.

    It’s amazing the reactions I’ve got from taking this simple extra step and I know it has resulted in some real friendships as well as siginificantly increasing my blog community subscriber lists.

    Eli the email template you provided is an excellent resource and I know just how effective it must be after being one of the participants you selected in your recent giant round up.

    Congratrulations and well done Eli on providing such a valuable post

    Best wishes from the remote Thai village blogger


    PS. By the way Sue you feature in my latest post as one of my “BadAss Bloggers” – I emailed you re this but unfortunately it may not have been delivered.
    Peter Beckenham recently posted…8 BadAss Bloggers You Must FollowMy Profile

    • says

      Hey Peter!

      Nice to see you here.

      I thought the same thing about creating content for a while. I thought if I just keep making it, eventually people will find it, but unfortunately that’s not really how the internet works.

      I remember getting my thank you video from you a while back. I was totally blown away.

      Keep up the great work!
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  11. says

    Hi Eli,

    Brilliant post.

    I see this problem with a lot of bloggers. They start a blog and because they hear “content is king” that is all they focus on. Then for some reason they expect the Google and social media fairies to grant them traffic.

    There are just too many blogs and too much noise for that strategy to work.

    I always hated the saying “it’s who you know”, but it’s true. You don’t have to become best friends or build strong relationships with every big blogger. You simply have to get them to notice you and once you do that it begins to open new doors.

    Some people get lucky and get a link from someone in their industry with clout, but you never want to rely on luck. You’ve laid out a nice framework for people to follow and hopefully, everyone here doesn’t think there is some other shortcut.

    When building up your audience you have two options:

    1. You can build your own town, stand in the middle of it, yell and hope that people hear you and come to visit.

    2. Build a place in a town with a ton of people and go out and greet your neighbors, help out people in the community, and build some connections.

    Again great post and I’ll be sure to start applying some of these principles to my own blog.

    • says

      Hey Scrivs!

      Haha “Google and social media fairies”.

      Wow, you nailed it. You’re exactly right. Traffic doesn’t come form nowhere, and who you know makes such a big difference. Plus going to where people already are, rather than trying to get people to come to you, is just easier.

      Let me know how it goes on your blog.
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  12. Lucy Coppes says


    Great post and thank you! Your information made blogger outreach so easy to understand! This was timely information as I am just starting my blog. This give me a new and fresh way of interacting with top influencers. Thanks again!

  13. says

    Thanks for this post Eli–your strategy feels authentic and is easily doable. Glad to be part of your outreach and to have a new friend in the blogging community!

  14. says

    Hi Eli,
    So good to see you here and thanks for sharing these result-driven steps with us. It’s been wonderful having you in my community bro and I can’t forget how easily we got connected and I had to have you featured on my blog.

    Your outreach skills actually got us hooked and I’m glad we are going on well. I have been absent for a couple of weeks but soon, I’ll be back fully.

    Thanks for the mention here. There are better days ahead bro so let’s keep giving
    Enstine Muki recently posted…Traffic Planet Hosting for WordPress Bloggers ~ The Change!My Profile

  15. says

    Great post Eli – thank you for sharing it. I always knew, from the moment you got in touch, this was something you were working on (I’m sure we lurk the same places regularly). Ever since we briefly spoke I’ve been anticipating the end results and how your outreach would pay off. Well, here it is and I’m glad it worked just the way you expected.

    This is a great starting point for anyone just starting a blog (or with old blogs looking for more engagemente and more visibility).

    Well done, sir. – A tip of the hat!

  16. says

    Hey Eli,
    Thanks for this post. All of this really clicked for me when you described this process for me. I was really blocked with blogger outreach in the cycling niche of all places!
    Lots of people simply mention “Blogger Outreach” and find bloggers in your niche and connect. You gave me the step by step instructions I needed to dramatically increase the community I serve.
    Great post, great content, and, it gets results!
    You Rock Eli!

  17. says

    Great job. I loved being asked to take part in your blog post. Thank you. I will be following you as you really are rocking this blogging thing!! Best of luck : )

  18. says

    Another home run for sure Sue!LOL!

    Thanks Eli! You have done an awesome job, laying out your
    incredibly powerful, and proven effective “Blog outreach” template.

    In fact, I can still remember receiving that very first introductory
    email from you.

    And how impressive both it and your story was!And I just felt so compelled to share it! And then I mentioned (linked) to your post, in one of my future posts as well!

    Eli, while obviously, only you and your coaches and mentors, know your immediate
    future marketing plans.

    For my money, you definitely need to be offering, some type of back end, paid, 4-6
    week, one on one, personalized coaching program, to go along with your
    ebook,(and possibly step by step video series) on “How to” effectively profit, from blog outreaching! Because my friend, you are truly an expert at it! Bar none!
    And you’ve most certainly got the positive results to prove it!

    And your lists of all star Internet/social media and or blogging experts, is truly impressive!
    And I like practically every body else reading your excellent post, recognize and
    am, (either) a student or customer, (or both), of several of the well known, and highly respected experts, you’ve listed!
    And I’m truly honored and humbled, to be mentioned in their presence! Thank you!

    And thank you once again Sue, for featuring, such a caring and relentless, truly dedicated entrepreneur!
    Mark recently posted…Three Overlooked Ways Strategic Email Marketing Campaigns Definitely Pay Off!My Profile

  19. says

    Hey Eli! I hope this does not go through twice? I live in computer hell lately and midway through my comment, everything disappeared! I took a break from my project and saw this post. Really good! Not only do we get some additional eyes on our blogs but we learn new stuff and make some new friends along the way. Win, win and win. Sharing your email as a template was really excellent. Thanks so much!

  20. says

    Hello Eli,

    Very well said and explained. I sincerely believe that the blogger outreach is one of the best ways to be successful.

    If the blogger will behave like a ‘Bot’ they will get ‘Bot’ to follow. They won’t get real people.

    Start making connection with real people and be generous

    Again nice and helpful post.


  21. says

    Hi Eli,
    You did write a great post here and it is true ,
    the best to get shares and comments is to reach out
    and connect . I am in a group Power Affiliate Club in short PAC
    where we comment and share our posts ,this too is a good way
    to learn to know other bloggers and get in other communities.
    This was the reason we started this community because we saw i
    n the future this is the best way to go and build relationships , help
    each other and share each other’s posts. This way everybody can find
    his tribe. Commenting and sharing everybody can do ,introvert or not .
    You made very good suggestions here ,Eli ,and I can recommend to
    follow your advice.
    Thank you, Eli and Sue

  22. says

    Eli, you just made my day. I was saving this post for later until I received your email. Thanks a ton for the mention! This might help me gather my confidence and reach out to other bloggers. I haven’t done any kind of outreach except commenting on blogs and sharing them on social media, and the results have been great. I can only imagine how much more it’ll benefit me once I actively engage in blogger outreach.

    Thanks again, Eli. Your post has given me a new wave of confidence 🙂


    • says

      Hey Cynthia,

      That’s awesome!

      Commenting and sharing really is the first step.

      But you’re right once you get intentional about blogger outreach it really makes a big difference.

      Keep me posted and let me know how it goes.
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  23. says

    Feedreader would be another greatest tools as well, It keeps you update with blogger recently articles and definitely be able to interact with other bloggers in a faster way.

  24. says

    Amazing article. I recommend to everybody to use blogger outreach through commenters because it’s the best tactic that brings awesome results.

    Your first email template is very good! It really works, but reminds me of something 🙂

  25. says

    Hi Eli and Sue, what a great way of showing us exactly how you did your outreach to other bloggers. I love when shown examples of how to like you did here. Some just talk about doing it but you SHOWED us exactly how you did. That is amazing how you boosted your traffic through these methods and quickly too.
    Thanks for the mention too Eli 🙂 I hope you both enjoy the upcoming weekend.

  26. says

    Good Morning Eli! What an Awesome Post and Love You Templates..
    Great share my friend..
    Thank You
    Chery :))

  27. says

    Hi Eli,

    Great post! I recognised my comment on here as soon as I read it 🙂 Again, you have made me realise that I need to work smarter. I have so much to do but you are here to guide me which is awesome. Thanks buddy!

    • says

      Hey Andy!

      Haha that’s great.

      Working smarter definitely makes a difference.

      I’m glad to help 🙂

  28. says

    Hi Eli,
    “Zero traffic” describes where I am with my new Blog. I appreciate the strategies you mentioned and plan to put them into practice.

  29. says

    Attractive post title and nicely written post. Can’t even begin to imagine the amount of traffic you ended up getting with that high number of share, must have been huge. I’ll likely try this out and see how well it works. Good thing you shared this.

  30. says

    HI Eli,
    Thanks for including me here. I liked your template as it’s personable and it’s detailed and puts the blogger first. My biggest tip would be to make an effort to find out the blogger/editor in question’s name and use it rather than saying ‘Hello’ or ‘Hi’ (which your template does).

    Thanks for including me.

  31. says

    Hi Eli,

    This post was really very informative. For bloggers who are starting out, it is difficult to get their post noticed and shared. Blog commenting is an easy way to achieve this in addition to building relationships.

    I loved the entire idea of blogger outreach. It is an excellent way to get in touch with like minded people and be a part of this vibrant community. Also, I would definitely give the scraper tool a try, looks interesting!

    Thanks for sharing this post and you have a wonderful day ahead!
    Arpit Roy recently posted…4 Things Every Blogger Should Know About (and follow)My Profile

  32. says

    Thanks Eli!

    This post is not just incredibly informative, it’s also incredibly timely – I’m just about to launch a brand new blog!

    I’ll definitely be employing your blogger outreach method. It’s far less intimidating than reaching out to the actual influencers. The thought of which has always scared the bejeezes out of me. So, thank you.

    You rock!
    Diane recently posted…10 Things You’ll Be Happy To Ditch From Your Life ImmediatelyMy Profile

    • says

      Hey Diane,

      That’s so awesome!

      I know what you mean about reaching out to big influencers, it can definitely be nerve wrecking. But after you take these steps reaching out to the masters and gurus becomes much easier.

      Let me know how your blogger outreach goes!
      Eli Seekins recently posted…143 Fatal Mistakes New Bloggers Need To AvoidMy Profile

  33. says

    I have seen the difference between writing a normal post and engaging other bloggers with the post. Blogger outreach is definitely a great way to rank higher also. Blogging relationship are really fruitful that we should focus on building real time blogging relationships.

    Thank you for sharing detailed information about Blogger outreach.
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  34. says

    Hey Eli and Sue,

    There are millions of blogs running on the world wide web. But all are not at their peak of the traffic. The bloggers need to know the traffic driving techniques.

    Making human bonds is really a plus point for a blogger. It’s always recommended to have a positive approach towards your readers.

    The tips you have mentioned above are quite helpful .
    Great post indeed.
    Have a nice day.
    Ravi Chahar recently posted…How To Change WordPress Site URL In Database: MySQL?My Profile

  35. says

    I found that one of the best ways to drive traffic are with infographics to support news articles and headlines. Also throwing in a number in the headlines.

  36. says

    You rock, Eli!
    I look forward to more from you
    Thanks for the mention.
    Cheers, Mel

  37. says

    Hi Eli,
    Your post is really worthy and I feel privileged to read your post.
    In every two second a new blog is created all over the world. Most of blogs are created to drive traffic into their website and thus monetize their efforts. There are thousands of Bloggers who make more than $ Million every month by their Blogs only.
    Guest Blogging is surely an effective way to gain recognition in field of blogging. Many websites use guest posting for generating back links.
    Thanks for few of other useful tips also.
    With regards,
    Saurav Kumar Nayak recently posted…20 Tips for Moving Your Offline Business into the Online WorldMy Profile

  38. says

    Hey Eli,

    Very nice post. I always love reading about blogger outreach and the success people have with it.

    100 shares and a bunch of comments is always good. And you did it without a mailing list and a traffic-less blog. Which is pretty impressive.

    Blogger outreach is powerful! 😀

    Great job on the post, man. Brilliant.

    Julian Sakanee recently posted…3 Practical Ways Bloggers Can Generate Affiliate SalesMy Profile

  39. says

    Great post Eli Sir The tips you have mentioned above are very helpful for me.
    Thank you for sharing detailed information

  40. says

    thanks for sharing this information . when you write you always rock and come with some great information . i will follow your ways for getting shares and comment on my post

  41. says

    I was searching long to increase the shares and comments and people’s outreach in my blog posts. I knew something was not right in my posts. I like the beginning words of yours. As I am a newbie and I lack so many things in my posts. Hope by following your steps I could get much attention.
    Thanks Eli for sharing these important notes.

  42. says

    WOW this was wonderful Eli!! I am learning so much from your page and really appreciate you sharing all your knowledge!! It is so nice being able to get all your questions answered one website rather than constantly googling!


  43. says

    Hi Eli,
    Thanks for this amazing tips to grow a blog. I am a new blogger without any email list and less social media followers. I really like your techniques and definitely i am going to follow this right away. Your tips of making excel sheet with all the bloggers and their details make me very positive that it’s easy and fun to follow this and helps each other. I would like to inform you that you’re the first one in my excel report and i will be sharing your content online regularly. Moreover i am going to follow you on all the social media site. At this moment i am focusing on rectifying my grammar mistakes from my writing. It will be nice and motivating if i get help and guidelines from the best blogger like you. Ok, no more today. I will be in touch time to time and thanks Once again for your nice, effective and timely quality content of growing a blog.
    Mehedi Hasan recently posted…Do You Like Google Duo? Here Everything You Need To Know Before Using Google DuoMy Profile

  44. says

    Hi Eli,
    Amazing post!
    Thanks a lot for all the strategies shared. I will definitely try it out and let you know later how it worked for me!

  45. says

    Thanks for the mention Eli.


  46. says

    Nice post..!!!
    Thank you for sharing the great ideas for boost the traffic of our sites.

  47. says

    Super helpful—thank you! I’ve read a couple of posts on similar content, but yours was the best and easiest to understand. I appreciate you taking the time.

  48. says

    Eli,many thanks for this eye opening article.

    Really, my constant hiccup since I started blogging is getting traffic.

    Not just any traffic but targeted traffic.

    I have tried traffic exchange,used email software to scrape email addresses and then do cold email marketing.

    All amounted to little or no result.

    What caught my attention is the strategy of connecting with friends of influencers.

    And the way to go about it.

    Thumbs up to you Eli.I will be visiting here often now.

  49. says

    Hi Eli,

    I did love the post that you have shared. I was looking forward to some email examples as we provide the Garage Door Services to the clients in Atlanta and got a perfect one from you. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to more posts.
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  50. says

    I started my blog two months ago. The article gave very usefull tips what should I do but also it made me many questions.
    1. How should I sign on blogs when I leave comments? Should I use login or name with sername or email?
    2. If I wanted to start sharing my new posts or news on facebook, twitter or other social media should I use the name of my blog or my full name as the name of profile?

    Thanks in advance for any replies

  51. says

    Landed through SML forum and found it very useful. I am going to try that method because still I have less traffic as I have new blog.


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