February 1

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Setting Up a Mom Blog That Attracts Traffic

If you want to be successful at your job, you need an education that provides you with the best chance at success, right?

If you want to create a great product, you need the best materials to create the best possible version of it, right?

Well, if you want to succeed with your blog, you need to set it up for the  best chance at success.

This means getting it set up to make the best possible use of the traffic you get, because the last thing you want is to waste what precious traffic you get in the beginning!

You MUST set your blog up to make it easy to build your email list and  your social media following, because those will be your two best sources of traffic until your SEO kicks in.

Without a list and a social media presence, you will be stuck spamming forums or paying for traffic indefinitely, and who wants that?

But if you start building your email list and a strong following on various social media channels, you will have a built-in source of traffic that can sustain you for a long time!

The first thing you need to do is install an attention-grabbing plugin that will draw attention to your opt-in form and your social media links.

I recommend Genius Lander.


Genius Lander will let you create science-backed landing pages that will draw a TON of attention to anything you want to display, including your opt-in forms, social media links, announcements,  advertising, and more!

You’ll also want to set up a squeeze page that you can use to collect
email addresses, and create a lead magnet (such as a free report) that  you can give away as an incentive to get people to subscribe.

Then you can put a banner that advertises your free report on your Genius Lander page, or just directly put your squeeze page in your popup.

Ready to start driving traffic to your website and landing pages? Check out The Absolute Best Mom Blog Traffic Sources for 2021.


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