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How to increase traffic to my language blog?

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by cardiganlover, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. Hello everyone,
    I have a blog I've had going for a little while that I was simply using to post updates about my business but I have changed it into a more general languages blog, specifically for very young learners and their families.
    I'm a bit of a novice, does anyone know how to maximise the number of visitors? Are there any MFL blogs out there I should be linking to?
    Thank you!
  2. Geekie

    Geekie Occasional commenter

    When you've posted a new blogpost, let Twitter know, and hopefully you'll get readers that way and some retweets too. If, as you say, you will be including things about teaching under 5s, I'll certainly add you to my Google Reader and my blogroll, as I teach nursery and reception.
  3. spsmith45

    spsmith45 New commenter

    It takes a while for a blog to build up followers. Yes, Twitter is good. Regular posting is good because you may get faithful readers. Being a bit controversial may help, if you feel that way inclined.
    You could post links to your blog with mflresources Yahoo group as well as here at TES.
    By the way, I'll happily add your blog to my list at www.frenchteacher.net.
  4. I've added your blog to my bloglist. You may get some occasional visits from there.

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