How to increase PV with SBM and Twitter

There are 2 blog posts that write about increasing number of bookmarks and page views of your blog.

Reference:

The first one explains how he increased the PV from 3,000 to 30,000 in one month. Second one is written how he earned 30,000 yen by advertisement as the result of increasing PV.

Both of them focus how to increase number of bookmarks in Social Bookmark Service – Haneta Bookmark.

In Japan, there are some popular blogs that introduce and translate poplar English blog articles in Design category. The former blog author noticed and tried to create similar blog by the following way.

  1. Create twitter account and get a lot of follower
    To increase your follower, look for articles that is similar as your blog in social bookmark service. And then find twitter account of them (they may use the same user name as profile), and follow them. They would follow you if you’re lucky. (He got 50 followers in this way.)
  2. Post articles
    Write blog posts and you should refer the title in popular articles like ‘10 ways to doing…’ or ’20 important things…’
  3. Post notification of your new posts to twitter
    Some of your followers will bookmark your post and your post might appears popular bookmarks, and then get more pv.

From the scond article, I pick up the point for writing blog post.

  1. Use exaggerating title to get interested
    This is the same as the above. It seems to be good to imitate title of popular articles in social bookmark service.
  2. Review your post if the most important thing of the post comes through
  3. Delete digressional matters
  4. Use graphics and bullet points so that readers won’t get tired to read through
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How to increase PV with SBM and Twitter

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