Today I would like to show you a really interesting strategy on how to get more internet traffic to your blog or website. This traffic generation method takes only a few minutes to implement and is completely free.
Here are the simple steps on how to get more internet traffic by converting your blog RSS feed into an audio podcast feed:
- Go to http://www.odiogo.com/ – that’s a website that allows you to convert all your blog posts into mp3 audio files. This service is absolutely free and your audio files (the podcast version of your blog) is available almost instanteanously.
- On Odiogo, simply provide the RSS feed of your blog – something like: http://www.myWordPressBlog.com/feed and a valid email address and click the “Go” button.
- Shortly after you will receive an email from Odiogo with a link to your audio-enriched RSS feed, your Odiogo control page and some other details.
- Now you can submit your audio-enriched RSS feed to Podcast directories, like: http://www.podcast.com/submit.php ; http://www.ipodder.org/hints/new ; http://www.podcasting-station.com/submitrss.php – and you can find hundreds of additional Podcast directories at: http://www.podcast411.com/page2.html
That’s all – a simple way to get more web traffic to your site. I was actually surprised by the high quality of the audio files and the almost instant delivery of the audio enriched RSS feed with all the mp3 audio files.
Podcasts are a huge traffic source – studies reveal that nearly 20% of all Internet users listen to audio podcasts on a regular basis. And as I already mentioned, converting your blog into an audio podcast and submitting to some podcast directories only takes a few minutes of your time and is absolutely free – so, there is no reason not to take advantage of this fantastic internet traffic source.
I learned about this traffic strategy from Craig Mako’s FastAttackTraffic. There are also many other creative and less known traffic strategies in this traffic generation course.
You can take a closer look at FastAttackTraffic on the WarriorForum – I can’t remember exactly, but I think the product costs either $7 or $9.