So, your site’s about as popular as a fart in an elevator, eh?
I’ve been there, and well… it sucks. No simpler way to put it.
And worst of all, it’s not always clear why it’s happening.
It’s not like you’re one of those spammers publishing dozens of thinly disguised sales pitches a day. You genuinely care about your audience, and you try to publish content that’ll help them.
You’re probably on social media too, trying to build a little buzz through Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Maybe not every day, but you stop in when you can, sharing a thing or two.
But nobody seems to give a damn.
Not about your content. Not about your shares. Not about you.
And you’re starting to wonder…
What are you doing wrong?
Probably a lot.
Beginners make mistakes. Just a part of life.
The good news?
You know that darkness you’re stumbling around in? Well, I’m going to turn on the light.
Nobody in the world has the power to make all the obstacles disappear, but I can at least help you see what you’re tripping over. Some of the mistakes you’re making might surprise you.
If you’re not getting the traffic you think you should be, the following are 10 of the most common reasons why: