This is how I use my personal blog to send hits to my Triond articles every day.
Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is my personal blog. I’ve been blogging 13 months now. It has 1,000 posts on it. Even though I now spend almost all my computer time on Triond, my personal blog sends traffic to my Triond content every day.
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When I’m blogging on the Gazette I blog about anything I want to; but every time I get an article published by Triond I put a link to the article on my blog. The blog is set up in three columns. In the middle which is the widest column is what I post. In the column on the left are the categories, recent comments by visitors, the number of blog hits and things like that.
In the right column are the hyper links to my individual Triond content. When visitors clicks on one of these hyper links they go straight to that title on Triond. I get a hit. I make money. My personal blog is my own online marketing business. I also have links to my Triond content in what I post in the middle column, too.
In the right column you will find the general headings: Blogging For Fun And Profit, Great American Flash Fiction Stories To Read and More Flash Articles.
Blogging on my personal blog use to be my main focus. Then I found that I could get more page views for my Triond content by just being more involved in the community. So I focus on Triond.
But blogging on my personal blog is still fun. And best of all the Gazette is mine. How much traffic do I send to my Triond content? Three hits a day.
Don’t laugh. That’s 90 hits a month. In a good month the hits can go as high as 150.