Hey ladies, I was wondering about how much traffic you all get and how long it took for you to get good, consistent traffic. Could you please post here how many hits you get (on average) a day, how long you have had your blog up and running and what kind of marketing and SEO you do.

I have had my blog up for about a month and I am getting about 200 visitors a day, between 2-300 hits a day. I think that's pretty good for a start, but I would like to compare to others and see how I am doing and what else I can do to get more traffic!

I currently have joined Twitter, entrecard, adoptic, blogcatalog, zimbio, blogher, work it mom, type a mom and have listed in tons of directories. I haven't done any SEO and that is one thing I am interested in learning about.

Can't wait to hear what you ladies have to say! Thanks!

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pretty much for a day...I have 3 blogs and 2 blogs is get visitor around 150 a day.. I got traffic from EC and also join photography meme...
I really don't know how many per day but I have 15k+ visitors so far this year. I need to do more to put my blog out there, but I blog mainly for fun, so in good time, I will. I am on technorati, entrecard, blogged, fuel my blog, etc.
I've had both my blogs up for just over a month and get about 50-75 (though it's gone as high as 140) a day on Un Mom and usually around 40 a day on Letter to Xander. I get a lot through Entrecard, though it seems like a lot of them are drop-n-runs because the average time people spend on that blog is WAY lower than on the other one. I've no idea how other bloggers manage to maintain all those promotional dealies...I'm trying very hard to keep it about the writing, and the reading of OTHER people's writing, and not let it take away from the rest of my life.
I actually just created mine last month so I don't get hardly any hits yet :( But I am starting to join more groups and meet new people so hopefully I will get more visitors soon :)
I have added you as a friend on Stumbleupon...I am PoshPointofView

Julie maloney said:
Okay, I just took part in some discussions on TwitterMom's about this. It was suggested that everyone who is a member of Stumbleupon and Technorati list their screen names and or websites so we can all add each other as friends and give each other's sites love. If you're not familiar with these sites, message me and I'll explain. I'm cool-mom-guide at Stumbleupon if anyone wants to friends me and with technorati, I've just been going to my friends websites and favoriting the site. I figure everyone is so supportive and we all want the hits. From what I've been told, those are the 2 big sites that will draw traffic, but you have to get a boost from friends since you can't rate yourself :)
200 a day after a month? *hangs head in shame* I've been blogging about 18 months and I've got nothing close. Once I got 250 hits one day and it was b/c a popular blogger linked to me. That was my brush with fame :)
I get about 500 visitors a day.  I have found that I get more visitors when I leave comments on other blogs!  Good luck

Hi Petra,

Thats a good start.. I am only getting that much after blogging for 3 years! lol... good work you are doing now.. keep it up!

 

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