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The same question always seems to resurface at every seminar or class we (Brandswag) give: “How do I drive traffic to my blog?”

We try to give the best answers and there are a couple of ways to do this through social bookmarketing, social networking (Twitter), linking… blah blah blah..

There is another way to drive traffic both through Twitter and through a single blog post: Asking Questions.

Mr. Rowse has some great points to asking questions, asking for advice, and asking for tips. If you ask a question there is more of a chance that you will be  able to drive conversation and in turn traffic to your blog post. This also gives you (the write) the ability to create relationships with the people/readers who are contributing to your post and answers the questions you presented.

Twitter traffic can be driven (even using your status updates in other social networks) to your blog through asking the same question in you Twitter Stream.


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There are plenty of ways to drive traffic to your blog. I would encourage you to keep reading and educating yourself. Some of the best blogs to do this are Chris Brogan, Darren Rowse, and Liz Strauss.

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