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How to Get 10,000 Organic Blog Visitors to a Startup Website? (The OSISR Blog Technique)

Updated: May 20

How to Get 10,000 Organic Blog Visitors to a Startup Website? (The OSISR Blog Technique)

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How do I bring 10000 visitors monthly to my blog?

This guide will walk you through the step-by-step process I used to promote a b2b blog post and get it to 10,000 organic blog visitors in weeks. This strategy can work for new bloggers, startups, and agencies looking to grow search rankings and traffic.

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Let’s face the truth, today, people barely click links on Twitter. 

It’s the same for Facebook. Facebook keeps bringing new policies that make it tougher for your content to thrive.

What’s my unique blog content plan?
I call it the "OSISR" technique.
It simply stands for 'Outbound links', 'Similar Post Sharers', 'Influencers', 'Social Media Scheduling' and 'Reach Community Networks'.

I’ve used this same OSISR technique to get 5,000 visits to this blog with just my very first blog post which did over 1,000 social shares within 7 days of publishing.

The goal?

The target I’ve set for this blog guide is to create an enormous article that will help 10 people go from zero traffic to 10,000 blog visitors in the next 30 to 60 days.

The "OSISR" Technique: How to Get 10,000 Organic Blog Visitors to a Startup Website?

Here’s what the "OSISR" technique stands for:

  1. Outbound links. 

  2. Similar post sharers. 

  3. Influencers. 

  4. Social media scheduling.

  5. Reach Community Networks. 

I believe there’s nothing new here but I’m going to show you a different approach to each step in this newfound technique of mine.

How to Get 10,000 Organic Blog Visitors to a Startup Website? (The OSISR Blog Technique)
How to Get 10,000 Organic Blog Visitors to a Startup Website? (The OSISR Blog Technique)

Every step in this technique will focus on achieving a specific goal for every content you promote.

Outbound links will help take your content to a wider audience (yes, I’ll explain) strategically, similar post sharers will get you in front of people who’ve read similar articles, and social scheduling will ensure old and new content pieces stay fresh on your social media feed. 

I’ve strategically broken down each step for easier understanding so that you can begin implementing these steps immediately after reading this guide.

The First OSISR Technique for Blog Promotion: 'Outbound Links' (O).

The first step in the technique is “O” which represents ‘Outbound Links’.

It is one of the earliest things I do on every blog post to get better marketing results for my posts. Unlike what most blogs teach about outbound links, I use this strategy to get similar content creators in my industry to read my content.

If I can get other content creators to read my content, then I can get a lot more eyeballs on my content pieces.

Content creators usually have at least a small audience under their name.

If they read your blog post and think it is a good piece, then you win social shares automatically.

Blog content creators get more than enough emails daily to check one content piece or the other, don’t add to that mess. Think of something different but better.

Think of something creative that gets them to share your posts fast.

It’s Outbound Links.

Yes, I simply link to content pieces by similar content creators in my space and send them a link asking them for their honest opinions. 

The emails won’t ask for shares. The emails won’t ask for backlinks or any direct favors. 

Rather, you’re emailing to hear their opinion on a particular piece and as a bonus, you’ve linked to their content in the same article. 

Get an idea?

There are 3 steps to doing this;

  1. Write your blog post.

  2. Find 10 to 20 organic keywords or so phrases (depending on blog post length) suitable for outbound links that would add genuine value. 

  3. Use social networks (I use Pinterest and search engines) to find content pieces for each keyword or phrase sourced in step 2 and link to them. 

After writing a blog post, (before publishing), I move on to strategically select keywords and phrases for outbound links within the (unpublished) blog post.

For 2000 to 3500-word blog articles, I select between 10 to 20 keywords to add links from. The longer your blog article, the more outbound links it can have. 

Try to pick a number that averages and spreads out within the article naturally. Don’t add 20 outbound links to a 1000 words long blog article, that’ll only hurt your SEO. 

Pick organic keywords and phrases naturally and don’t force the links. 

Next, I use social media networks to find content pieces suitable for each keyword or phrase. For example, if there are 3 selected phrases within my article (below), here’s what I’ll do;

  • Blog post length”

  • “Blog content planner”

  • “Editorial calendar”

I’ll go on Pinterest and run these phrases on the search bar. Pinterest would bring out numerous content pieces related to each post phrase you search for.

I look through a few and select a pretty good content piece that deserves a link. When doing these, I put the following into consideration:

  1. The post must add value to everyone who clicks it. That is, it must either be in-depth or helps readers solve a problem or answer a bothersome question.