You can get lots of traffic from Google Trends?

Michael Arrington from TechCrunch has an interesting post today and he revealed something that has been discussed in secret in many private forums. Thanks to him, now we know the secrets that would enable blogs to get loads of traffic from Google Trends, secrets that were previously known only to some high-ranking blogs!

Google Trends, Hot Trends, Traffic Secrets

How to get lots of traffic from Google Trends
  1. Visit Google Trends’s Hot Trends and look for hot topics or keywords that are making waves according to Google Trends.
  2. Once you have found something that is hot and comfortable to blog about, blog it and make sure that the chosen hot topics or keywords are in the title of your blog post. Don’t forget to use headlines in your blog post too.
  3. If you are happy with what you have done, publish it and let Google do the rest for you. :-)

Okay, that was the good news and now for some bad news. If I understand Michael’s post correctly, the steps mentioned earlier will only work on authority sites or blogs that have high pageranks, but let’s not give up just yet. I would encourage you folks to test this out nonetheless. If you are lucky, you just might end up with loads of traffic that would give you instant stardom in the blogosphere. :-)

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Anonymous said...

Wow, tq for the info, glad that i read my twit page and found this entry. No wonder they make such up to date post trend :(

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