Cool way to Increase Your Traffic On Google Without Fail

Do you have a blog posting schedule?increase traffic on google

When it comes to content marketing, consistency is the key. Posting regularly is a must. This tells Google that you are serious and that your website is worth looking at.

Ask yourself this one question and follow these steps:

-How many more posts do you need in order to boost your results?

-Create a content calendar and make sure that your posts are consistent.

-Stick to this calendar, no matter what.

-Use the content that you already have on your website and make it better, add to it. ( less time consuming but Google stills loves it)

Inconsistency prevents you from getting the traffic that you need. But how often should you blog? Well, I just learned a method that will help you figure out that exact number. It’s really really awesome and I want to let you in on it.

You’ll need to do a little bit of math though. Try to follow. It’s really not complicated.

First, in order to figure out how often you should blog, you should ask yourself why you are blogging in the first place. This will help you set your goal. If you want to increase traffic, then that is your goal.

google page viewsUsing Google analytics, check your numbers on the “Page views” page.

-Look at the numbers for the past 3 months, add the 3 numbers and average it out.


10,000 page views per month

________________________ =3,000 page views per month


Now, take a look at blog posts that you did on the last 30 days and see how many “page views” they each received.

Do the same exercise as above with those posts.

Number of 20,000 page views for all 10 posts ( assuming you did 10 posts in 30 days)

________________________________________=2000 monthly page views per post

10 posts

It’s important to know how well you are doing today in order to get better tomorrow.

Let’s say that you want to get 10 x better results next month. Well, then you’ll need to take the average page views per month and divide that by 10.

10,000 page views per month

_________________________ =11,000 pageview is the new goal



So in order to see how many blog posts you need to attain that goal, you need to take the average number of page views that you get per post and divide that by your new goal.

11,000 new goal

__________________________ =4.4 posts per month

2500 average page view per post


So, you’ll need to write 5 posts per month in order to get 10 x more traffic.

This all may be confusing and you may think, ” wow, that’s deep”, but think about it.

It’s logical. To learn more about increasing your traffic, click here.

Let me know how it goes for you. Try it and come back to tell me what you think below.

Photo via VisualHunt

32 comments on “Cool way to Increase Your Traffic On Google Without Fail”

  1. Michael Baker Reply

    Hi There,

    Great article on how to increase traffic through the search engines especially Google, I liked the easy to understand methods of how you go about doing this, so a well written article keep up the good work. I have booked marked your site for future reference so I can be kept updated with your new posts. Do you have a newsletter that I can subscribe to? Look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Michael

    • SJB Reply

      Thank you very much Michael. Yes, I have a newsletter. You can subscribe to it on the right hand side of the page.

  2. Matthew Reply

    WOW that was awesome to read. I never thought of having a blog calendar i just end up writing a blog when i feel like however i do try to at least write 3 times a week.

    Your article was great and i really enjoyed reading it, please make more articles like this, it was great to read!Keep up the good work

    • SJB Reply

      Hello Matthew,

      I am always happy to help in any way that I can. Thanks for reading me!

  3. Ian Reply

    Wow, it looks like you have this down to a science. Based on this method, I now know how often I need to post in order to increase my traffic. You made it seem to simple.
    This is really a unique approach that I haven’t seen before, which is brilliant.

    Thanks for sharing this!

    • SJB Reply

      Thank you very much Ian. I have been searching for easy methods and I think that i finally figured it out. I am always happy to help.

  4. SamDal Reply

    I’ll definitely try this but does this work for websites under 3 months old or those more established?

    I like the thought process and am curious here – have you tested this on your sites as well and found it works like this consistently?

    I ask because if you’ve had great success with it, then would it be safe to assume increasing posts from say; 5 as used in the example above to 10 per month would multiply traffic by 20?


    • SJB Reply

      I used the numbers in the example to make it easy to understand. Of course you must give your website time for it to even begin to appear in the Google search engine, however, adding content right at the beginning is a must in order for Google to start recognizing you. You need about 3 months to start seeing the page views on your website. This is why it’s important to have a posting schedule. More content = more traffic. This exercise mostly works with websites that are older than 3 months.

  5. Kevin Reply

    This really sounds awesome; actually I was wondering how much should I write just the other day,
    I was wondering what thoughts do you have in regard a blog that is just starting, my blog is one week old with a lot of content, 10 posts and pages, but right now, I don´t know how much should I write, should I aim for a 100 posts o writing 2 or 3 per week is enough? Can you help me with that? My goal is to make a full income from this.
    At least I know that in 3 months I´ll have a way to check how mucho should I write to improve my traffic in 10X
    Thanks for the post, I was looking for this.

    • SJB Reply

      You are very welcome. When you first start your blog, it’s important to add content. If you can, I would even say 1 post per day. The more post you have, the more attention Google will give you. If you want to make a living out of this, then yes, aim for 100 posts. After that, your domain will have gained much authority for sure!

  6. Raquel Reply

    Aha, that’s my problem. I just know that I have to create 2 posts a week, but I don’t really have a blog posting schedule or content calendar just yet – only a list of topics but nothing systematic. And yes, this has obviously led to inconsistencies… I love the numbers you shared which allowed me to think about possibilities. More posts do lead to more traffic. Thanks!

    • SJB Reply

      You are so welcome! I know that it’s not always easy to post more as we may lack time, but with the schedule, it really works. Let me know how it goes for you! Best wishes.

  7. Imad Reply

    Hello, there.

    Great post and useful method to use and calculate the traffic we receive on a monthly basis. As you said, inconsistency is what will prevent the growth our websites receive.

    I don’t know how you came up with this technique but it’s very practical. The first thing I’ll start doing is publishing content regularly and then analyze my stats.

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

    • SJB Reply

      Yes, that is definitely the best way to move forward. Being consistent is the most important thing. Let me know how it all goes for you. Best of luck. 🙂

  8. Rob Reply

    This is wonderful information! I’ve never thought I’d have to use math this easy while starting my own online business, school steered me in the wrong direction with all their calculus 😛

    But really, this seems like a great technique I’ll definitely have to tryout when my website gets ‘older’. I saw that you posted a comment to someone else saying this method works best when your website is 3 months or so into it’s production rather than just starting out. So, I can’t use it yet but I definitely will keep it in my head for when I can.

    Thanks for sharing and I’m glad I came across this method!

    • SJB Reply

      You are welcome and in the meantime, I suggest that you just keep adding as much content as you can. Thanks for your comment. 🙂

  9. Gloria Reply

    I am glad to find this article. It just makes me more aware of what I know I need to do. I know consistency is one of the keys to getting good rankings but somehow, something will come up and the post I intended to create is put off for another day. Thanks for the reminder.

  10. Joon Reply

    How do I see the previous months on google analytic pageview? Mine only shows 1 month. Plus this has been my main focus thesedays. I’ve been creating contents for 6 months and haven’t made any sale yet and I think I created enough contents…averaging 3 to 4 posts per week. But I feel like my traffic is still pretty low. I’m getting about 5 visitors when I’m not active.

    • SJB Reply

      Hello and thank you for your comment. Of course, creating traffic takes time. Google has to recognize your content as being valuable ( and I am most certainly not saying that it doesn’t already) but before this can happen, no matter how valuable each post is, it’s going to take some time. Keep writing 5-6 posts per week and you will see, your traffic will increase for sure. Getting someone to buy on our site is a totally different story. It doesn’t mean that because they visit, that they will purchase right away. Keep up the great work and don’t give up. You will get there. 🙂

  11. Chris Towers Reply

    Excellent information here thanks..

    With my website I try to post new material once every 4 days.

    I work full time and I know I cannot keep in on a consistent time frame any less than that! I think 1 every 4 days is better than 1 here and there sporadically.

    Do you think one every four days is enough?



    • SJB Reply

      Hello Chris,

      Like you said, 1 every four days is better than being inconsistent. That is the worst and Google doesn’t like inconsistency. I think that you are on the right track. Keep it up and your site will do wonderfully.

  12. Nate Reply

    Hi SJB,

    This is a really interesting post, consistently adding posts is something that I have struggled with, as I very much go through peaks & troughs of adding content.

    I’m going to test this out on one of my sites and see how I get on, if it works I’ll roll it out to my other sites. Thanks for this!

  13. Rebecca Reply

    I LOVE the idea of a content schedule. I try to publish regularly, but sometimes get off track. I think I’m going to implement the schedule tactic. I have to admit, though, I didn’t quite follow your math. Are you assuming 2,000 page views per post for the example, and each new post adds 2,000 more?

    • SJB Reply

      Hello Rebecca,

      Yes, I am assuming 2000 page views per post if I follow my math. If I post that many posts per week, then yes, I should get 2000 extra visitors per post. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  14. Netta Reply

    Hey Sonia:

    Bookmarked the article, subscribed to your newsletter. Girl, you sound most authoritative and I sure need all the help I can get in navigating this new-to-me venue.

    Thank you for the Google-traffic post. Building content (and traffic) is cumulative. I get it. I got into the habit of scheduling the posts because, you’re right, it IS the only way I’ll ever be able to make room in a busy life to do it.

    I am very glad to have a how-to for interpreting the Google graphs and numbers. Once I get enough stuff on the thing, I’ll actually be able to use it to figure out what I do next….

    • SJB Reply

      Hello and welcome to the Internet and blogging world! I am so happy that you stopped by. Thank you for taking the time to read my article. I am really happy to help in any way that I can. Never hesitate to write. Regards, Sonia.

  15. Andrew Reply

    Thanks for this little tip. That is indeed a very logical way to determine how many post is needed to achieve a certain traffic target. Following a consistent schedule is very important and you’ve got to consistently put out high quality content. Don’t let the need for quantity destroy the quality.

    How many posts per week do you recommend? Is 2 enough?

    • SJB Reply

      Hello again Andrew and thank you for reading me. Yes, you are so right, constant high quality content is the key here! I recommend at least 3 posts per week. If you can do one every day…even better! 🙂

  16. Jeff Reply

    Oki 🙂

    I like it ! An easy way to get more traffic, plus a way to hire writers…a smart stategy. Thanks for this cool way to increase your traffic on google without fail article.

    Best Regards du pays des bleuets 🙂 Jeff

    • SJB Reply

      Hello Jeff,

      Well, in reality, it sounds easy and for most, it is easy. However, you need to be disciplined and believe in your web site in order to make this work. It’s all about being contant. If you believe, you can achieve! Best regards back at you from le pays du traffic! 😉

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


CommentLuv badge